Sideshow Collectibles is proud to bring you the latest in Hot Toys' Movie Masterpiece series, the King Leonidas 12-inch Figure from the blockbuster film 300. Complete with a film-accurate costume and detailed accessories, this 1:6 scale Spartan warrior figure is an outstanding addition to any collection.
The King Leonidas 12 inch Figure features:
* Over 26 points of articulation
* Authentic likeness of Gerard Butler as King Leonidas
* Real fabric cape with harness
* Faux-leather belt, vambraces and greaves
* Helmet features a realistic faux-horsehair crest
* Realistic wolf's tooth necklace
* Sword and faux-leather scabbard
* Battle damaged Spartan shield with faux-leather handle and removable broken arrows
* Two (2) pairs of Interchangeable hands
* Figure stand with 300 movie logo and King Leonidas nameplate
Product Type: 12 inch Figure
Product Size: 12" H (304.8mm)*
Product Weight: 4.00 lbs (1.81 kg)*
Box Size: 17.00" H (431.8mm) x 9.00" W (228.6mm) x 6.00" L (152.4mm)*
Est. Shipping Weight: 4.00 lbs (1.81 kg)*
* Product size and weight are approximate values. Est. Ship Weight is an estimated value for U.S. shipping calculated by item, box and shipping materials. International (non-EU) shipping costs are based on dimensional weight, click here for more information.
* Head Sculpt by GOX (Jae Sung Eom)
* Head Paint by JC. Hong
Manufactured by: Hot Toys
When a messenger arrives in Sparta with word from Xerxes of Persia, commanding the Spartans to surrender or die, King Leonidas makes the bold decision to defend his homeland against the tyrant lord. Despite the ominous premonitions of the Oracle, King Leonidas leads a small band of 300 soldiers to the gates of Thermopylae to ward off the Persian armies that threaten his people. The 300 are vastly outnumbered, but fight with great strength and bravery against the hordes of the Persian King. At the close of battle, though the 300 are defeated, the Persian numbers dwindle, their spirits greatly diminished. Word of the battle is sent ahead to Sparta, and forces are gathered, enough to defeat the remains of the Persian army. Fulfilling the Oracle's prophecy, King Leonidas sacrificed himself for Sparta, saving his people from Xerxes rule.