McFarlane Toys Shows Of Their 7" Doom Slayer Figure At E3

by Jay Cochran
June 11, 2019
McFarlane Toys today unveiled the prototype for their upcoming 7" Doom Slayer figure at the E3 convention which you can check out below.

The Doom Slayer (also known by the UAC as DM1-5, DOOM Marine or The Slayer, the Demons of Hell as the Doom Slayer, the Unchained Predator, the Hell Walker or to the fandom DOOM Guy) has been the main protagonist for most the series and playable character in Doom franchise and in the upcom-ing Doom Eternal. His origin is intentionally vague, but he wears his iconic green Space Marine armor and slaughters through countless demons and monsters on a perpetual war against hell. The 7" figure from McFarlane Toys will include Base, Super shotgun, Extended arm blade and Sheathed arm blade. Look for it to be released in September. You can pre-order the figure now at BigBadToyStore.com.
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EvilHayato - 2019-06-21 @ 5:47 pm
13 hours ago, Arkana99 said:

To bad they don't include and unmasked head since his face is on-screen the whole game in the firts entries.

That was the old games, where he literally just looked like duke nukem without his sunglasses. The new game is essentially a different character altogether and this is based on that version. He never shows his face or even really speaks in the new game.

Arkana99 - 2019-06-21 @ 4:32 am

To bad they don't include and unmasked head since his face is on-screen the whole game in the firts entries.

EvilHayato - 2019-06-18 @ 4:37 pm
20 hours ago, Aaykaramba said:

Thanks for the info ,still had no clue .

Thats very surprising. I take it you dont play too many video games?

Sprunt - 2019-06-18 @ 2:02 pm

Looks great but waiting for reviews before purchase. It's not new for McFarlane to make great looking stuff but articulation and posing in the game room display will be the deciding factor.

abnuggler - 2019-06-18 @ 7:17 am
On 6/13/2019 at 8:42 PM, Satam said:

I fail to see the point of armor that covers everything but one's biceps.

its a fashion choise in order to show his "big guns" jajajaja

Aaykaramba - 2019-06-17 @ 8:14 pm
On 6/13/2019 at 4:15 AM, EvilHayato said:

wut. Doom was one of the first first person shooters ever made.. and has been around for like 30 years. This one is based on its newest iteration.

Thanks for the info ,still had no clue .

EvilHayato - 2019-06-14 @ 2:49 am
1 hour ago, Satam said:

I fail to see the point of armor that covers everything but one's biceps.

It gets hot in hell, duh.

Satam - 2019-06-14 @ 1:42 am

I fail to see the point of armor that covers everything but one's biceps.

JayC - 2019-06-14 @ 1:35 am

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EvilHayato - 2019-06-13 @ 2:15 am
9 hours ago, Aaykaramba said:

I dont know this game but i get a strong Halo vibe from the figure .

wut. Doom was one of the first first person shooters ever made.. and has been around for like 30 years. This one is based on its newest iteration.

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