G.I.Joe Snake Eyes 12" Figure
: Jay Cochran - 2008.06.12
Item Number: 26101
Manufactured by: Sideshow Collectibles
Est. Ship Date: 1st Qtr 2009
Limited Edition: TBD
Product Summary Sideshow Exclusive
The Sideshow Exclusive version of the Snake Eyes 12 inch Figure includes a unique feature available nowhere else: Additional switch-out gloved right hand with punch dagger, separate punch dagger and punch dagger sheath!
The Snake Eyes 12 inch Figure features:
- Fully articulated male body with 30+ points of articulation
- SPIE Rig harness and Pistol Belt
- Utility Pouches x2
- MK-18 Smoke Grenade Sub-load Pouch
- MK-23 Pistol Holster w/ Suppressor pouch
- Special Ops LAV (Light Assault Vest)
- Small Utility Pouch
- Ninjato Scabbard
- Tanto Scabbard w/ Boot ties
- Tanto Fighting Knife
- Two Pairs of Tactical Boots w/ Alternate Pose (Flexed or Neutral)
- Special Ops Wrist Bands
- Knee Pads
- Three sets of interchangeable gloved hands
- Exclusive: Additional gloved right hand with punch dagger, separate punch dagger and punch dagger sheath
- 9mm Sub-Machine Gun with Single Point Sling and Carabineer
- Suppressor for 9mm Sub-Machine Gun
- 30 Round Magazines x4
- Mk-18 Smoke Grenade x2
- M-48 Stun Grenade x2
- M-67 Fragmentation Grenade x2
- Mk-23 Pistol
- Mk-23 Pistol Suppressor
- AN/PEQ-6 Laser Sight
- Mk-23 Pistol Magazines x2
- 12-inch display base with G.I. Joe logo
Sideshow Exclusive: Additional switch-out gloved right hand with punch dagger, separate punch dagger and punch dagger sheath!
License: G.I. Joe
Product Type: 12 inch Figure
Product Size: 12" H (304.8mm)*
Product Weight: 2.00 lbs (0.91 kg)*
Box Size: 14.00" H (355.6mm) x 7.00" W (177.8mm) x 5.00" L (127mm)*
Est. Shipping Weight: 3.00 lbs (1.36 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.
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Manufactured by: Sideshow Collectibles
Code Name: SNAKE EYES
Ninja, Commando, deadly force of nature...
These terms merely scratch the surface of the enigma known as Snake Eyes.
Arguably one of the greatest assets to the GI Joe team, Snake Eyes' record of honor and valor cause even the most evil enemies to tremble with fear.
In his early military career, Snake Eyes proved himself time and again in combat, most notably during the rescue of his allies, wherein he sustained injuries to his face and vocal cords, costing him his voice. Donning a mask and face shield only added to the mystery of this silent soldier, known by many of his peers as "Classified." Later in life he would find himself fighting side by side with very the soldiers that he saved, as a member of America's Elite Fighting Force, G.I. Joe.
Snake Eyes has been trained by the very best of the best. The most elite of military specialists have molded him into the soldier he is today, making him proficient in almost all manner of small arms weaponry. Adding to his repertoire, he has fashioned his body into a living weapon under the watchful eye of some of the world's greatest martial artists, including the ninjitsu masters of the Arashikage Clan.
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|I got my snake eyes today from sideshow. I'ts pretty damn cool.
|Well, I put in a pre-order, decided to just put it on the Visa and pay it off later!
Doing that a lot lately...
|[quote name='Darren' post='16472632' date='Jun 14 2008, 12:43 PM']A lot of you are probably unfamiliar with the 12'' figure field.
It is not all about Hasbro and what Mattel and all them put out there. The 12'' figure realm has grown by leaps and bounds in popularity, detail ... read more
|Just some info for everyone:
A friend of mine who does reviews directly for Sideshow has passed along to me that only about 6000-8000 of these figures ( per character) are getting made, which accounts for the price point.
Hasbro routinely has runs in excess of 100,000 per for their cheaper price... read more
|A kitbash with a sword and visor a 7 year-old can sculpt, all for $120. Sideshow is not Hot Toys, or Medicom, and upping their price to try to put themselves on their level is false posturing and laughable.
What Snake Eyes is this supposed to be? A weird combination of the first and second... read more
|Well I think you can rationalize it several ways, but the bottom line is that $120 is $120.
I do think Snake Eyes has the ability to have that "wow" factor when seen in person. That's something true of many things - collectible or otherwise. Seeing it in person tells the t... read more
|Well no doubt about that ARROW.
If I didn't have the knowledge and insight into the 1:6 high-end figure field that I had then I probably would've balked at the price as well. Like I mentioned before, that focus is like seeing a far, distant island from TNI. You can see it, you sometimes... read more
|[quote]I was referring more to the items in terms of "collector popularity" and what I've seen throughout my experience in the field. I have seen a jump in popularity for those items that I collect and I know at its price point and target audience, they will NEVER be a Wal-Mart selling... read more
|The reason why you'll find so few forums that discuss 1/6th scale stuff is two-fold: the toys are expensive, and collectors in forums like TNI are cheapskates.
Now, that's not a slur against anyone, its just a supportable observation. Hearing people talk about spending more than $50 fo... read more
|[quote name='ARROW' post='16472856' date='Jun 15 2008, 01:40 PM'][quote]Now it terms of popularity, there's no chart or whatever we can pull up to look at that. However, I've been in the 1:6 figure realm more recently and I've seen a certain up-hill trend. Yet that may be a matter of... read more
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