Bluefin continues to impress the heck out of me with the toys they are importing from companies overseas, and the new Bruce Lee action figure is definitely something on my want list.

Renowned Japanese collectibles label, Tamashii Nations, integrates its advanced S.H. Figuarts articulation technology to reproduce all of Bruce Lee’s powerful martial arts moves! For this latest release, Tamashii Nations also utilized cutting edge digital facial coloring technology to achieve a stunning level of realism and collectors will be impressed by the incredible level of overall quality.

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The figure is only five inches tall, but all of the articulation gives fans the ability to pose Bruce Lee in his iconic stances.

The figure also comes with nunchaku, two bo staffs, and several face parts.

If you want to get the Bruce Lee action figure (and really, why wouldn’t you?), you can get it in February for $49.99.

via Bluefin

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  1. January 28, 2016 at 10:34 am — Reply

    One thing I have noticed in my collecting is that Japanese companies have generally excellent quality to price ratio.

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