The battle for coolest ninja ever can be played out in your own home. Following the Snake Eyes Collectible Figure, Hot Toys has shared images of Storm Shadow on their Facebook page.
Following the firstly launched character of the Snake Eyes Collectible Figure from the upcoming G.I. Joe Retaliation movie, Hot Toys is thrilled to present the white ninja – the Storm Shadow Collectible Figure who comes from the villainous Cobra organization.
The movie-accurate collectible is specially crafted based on the image of Lee Byung Hun as Storm Shadow in his white ninja bodysuit in the movie, highlighting the new developed heads, highly detailed costume and weapons.
Let’s continue the ninja battle between Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow in this sequel!
Check after the jump for more images and details.
I have to admit it, I am a sucker when films advertise in an unusual fashion. Take this video for G.I. Joe: Retaliation. They managed to get Keith David (or a sound-alike) to do the voice-over. That is brilliant!
When movies take this kind of imagination and apply it to their advertising it encourages me that the movie will be good. It isn’t a guarantee, but it certainly helps.
You can also join Cobra at their recruitment site!
International poster via Omelete.
Comingsoon.net has just revealed the exclusive, final poster for G.I. Joe: Retaliation. Click on the image for a larger view.
Byung-hun Lee continues his dominance of G.I. Joe promotional material throughout the world.
Apparently, in much of the world, Storm Shadow is the greatest threat the Joes face and Cobra is really just a small distraction. Or maybe Byun-hun Lee is just pretty popular. One of those two, I’m sure.
Firefly is totally Drama.
If HBO made this a show I would be hooked. It would be even cooler if Cobra Commander had Vince assassinated.
Sequels are usually anticipated because audiences enjoyed the first movie so much. And yet that doesn’t appear to be the case with G.I. Joe: Retaliation. now, I should own up right here. I never saw the first one. Then again I never had to put my hand in fire to know it burns. It was just instinctive, like my aversion to the first Joe movie.
I have seen one or two trailers so far of the sequel and it is simply intoxicating. Can you name any other sequels that have surpassed their original with just the trailer? Seriously, give it a shot!
Here are the banners.