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!
Hot Toys has revealed their latest license for cool – G.I. Joe: Retaliation!
Their first figure is Snake Eyes, naturally.
In view of the popularity of the G.I. Joe series and the launch of the G.I. Joe Retaliation movie in early 2013, Hot Toys is proud to present the Snake Eyes Collectible Figure from the G.I. Joe Retaliation movie as the first collaboration with Hasbro. The movie-accurate collectible is specially crafted based on the image of Snake Eyes in his black “military ninja” bodysuit in the movie, highlighting the character’s image, highly detailed costume and weapons.
Don’t worry, there are plans for more:
After our launch of the Snake Eyes collectible last week, some fans may wish to have more collectibles of different characters from the upcoming G.I. Joe Retaliation movie. Good news for fans – we are going to launch the collectible figures of Joe Colton, Roadblock and Storm Shadow featuring the likeness of talents. More collectibles from this movie are coming soon! Stay tuned!
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It was a bit of a disappointment that G.I. Joe: Retaliation didn’t come out last year. It looked good, especially to someone who refused to see the first one. Like me.
Anyway, see if you can spot the difference between the new poster and the old one after the jump. Enjoy the semi-new trailer as well. Continue Reading
Dusty Abell loves the Seventies. I mean seriously loves the Seventies. And rightly so! This was when we rode bikes without helmets, laughed at seat belts, sat in the back of pick-ups, built go-carts and, most perhaps most importantly, we watched insane cartoons, played with action figures that actually performed actions and had shows that taught us lesson about life and Big Foot!
Dusty has put together an awesome homage to his fondest memories of being a kid in the seventies and the rise of pop culture. All of these influences have prepared Dusty for a career in illustration, whether animation or comic books. He has worked on King of The Hill, Ben 10 and Warner Brothers animation. His comic book work includes Marvel, DC, Dark horse and Image.
My first introduction to his work was the Official handbook to the Invincible Universe. Working with the characters from Robert Kirkman’s (Walking Dead) superhero universe, Dusty put together a collection of biographies, power definitions and character images by the industries best that lived up to the original Marvel Handbook in every sense.
Be sure to check out his artwork on Deviant Art.
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Here are a couple more. These are the last ones until more come out. See, I’m learning!
Comingsoon.net has just revealed the exclusive, final poster for G.I. Joe: Retaliation. Click on the image for a larger view.