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Buffy The Vampire SlayerSubway Spike 12 Inch Figure - Sideshow Exclusive - Limited Edition of 650
Thursday 12 May 2005, by Webmaster
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer
(Item No. 20171)
12 inch Figure
Limited Edition of 650
Est. to ship 3rd Qtr 2005
Your Price: US $45.00
SIDESHOW EXCLUSIVE EDITION
The first 650 customers who order directly from www.SideshowCollectibles.com receive a bonus accessory available nowhere else, the boom box Spike keeps in his subterranean Sunnydale lair.
Diving back into Spike’s brutal past, this 12-inch figure captures Spike’s earlier ventures as a British punk-vampire from his appearance in the episode entitled "Fool For Love".
This new version of an old Buffy favorite includes the following accessories:
An authentic portrait of James Marsters as Spike 30+ point articulated body
Punk garb complete with with safety pin studded vest, real metal necklaces with padlock, denim jeans with studded belts, metal rings, and combat boots.
Accessories include the subway train car metal handrail and 12" figure display stand with a print of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer logo EXCLUSIVE ACCESSORY: Boom Box
Evil, brash, brutal and clever, Spike (a.k.a. William the Bloody) was one of the most infamous vampires ever documented by the Council of Watchers. A slayer of two Slayers, Spike terrorized Europe and beyond with Angelus, Darla and his sire, Drusilla for more than a century. In the episode "Fool For Love", Buffy is thrown by an injury she receives from a normal vampire, so she seeks Spike’s council on how he was able to kill two Slayers. Spike agrees to share his history, for a price. What is revealed to the audience is the surprising tale of William, a shy, 1800s poet that, on the heels of a devastating romantic rejection, ended up in the arms of Drusilla and his ultimate vampiric salvation.
New York City, 1977 - Spike confronts the Vampire Slayer Nikki on the subway transit system. In their epic confrontation, Spike was revealed for the first time in his punk garb. Dressed in ripped jeans, a safety-pin studded leather vest, sporting his trademark platinum hair and menacing eyeliner, Spike was shown to be a ruthless adversary on a mission to have himself "one good day."
Artist(s): Oluf W. Hartvigson
© 2004 Fox
Product Type: 12 inch Figure
Product Size: 12" H (304mm)*
Est. Box Size: 14” H (356mm) x 9” W (229mm) x 3” D (76mm)*
Product Weight: 3.00 lbs (1.30 Kg) *
* Product size and weight are approximate values. Weight is an estimated value calculated by item, box and shipping materials.
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