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Battle at the Docks Gipsy Danger (Action Figure)
Battle At the Docks Gipsy Danger-12
Product Information
Type Action Figure
Series Miscellaneous Figures
Release July 2016[1]
Height 7″
Item no. B01J6RWGV8
UPC 0634482319963
Manufactured NECA
Cost

Battle at the Docks Gipsy Danger is a figurine in the Pacific Rim action figure series developed by NECA. The figure made its debut at the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con[2][3] and was later promoted as a Loot Crate exclusive action figure.[1] It was released July 2016.

Official Description

"This is the Loot Crate version, which has exclusive accessories! The figure is highly detailed and super articulated and it will do just about any pose. The back is more detailed than the front. One of the year's most anticipated films is Guillermo del Toro's epic sci-fi action movie PACIFIC RIM, opening July 12. When an alien attack threatens the Earth's existence, giant robots piloted by humans are deployed to fight off the menace. Series 1 will have a full line of poseable action figures directly from the film. Characters include Gipsy Danger, Crimson Typhoon, and Knifehead. Figures stand roughly 6" - 8" tall and are created directly from the digital files used by ILM in the making of the movie."
—Official Description[1]

Articulation

This figure featured a ball joint for movement in the head, shoulders, waist and feet with hinged elbows and knees, which allows for a wide range of posable movement specifically around the arm and leg joins of the figure.[4] In addition the figure features detachable hands that come with a grip feature and small crate props, and removable flame prop to emulate Gipsy Danger's "Elbow Rocket" attack that can be attached to the arm's ball join after the forearm is removed.[4]

Gallery

Comic-Con 2015

External Links

References

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