BLUEFIN OPENS PRE-ORDERS FOR STUNNINGLY LIFELIFE 1/12 SCALE MIKE TYSON “THE TATTOO” FIGURE FROM STORM COLLECTIBLES

Fully Poseable 7-Inch Figure Features 30 Points Of Articulation And Interchangeable Lifelike Facial Sculpts Depicting The Boxing Icon’s Trademark Tribal Tattoo Bluefin, the leading North American distributor of toys, collectibles, […]

Fully Poseable 7-Inch Figure Features 30 Points Of Articulation And Interchangeable Lifelike Facial Sculpts Depicting The Boxing Icon’s Trademark Tribal Tattoo

Bluefin, the leading North American distributor of toys, collectibles, and hobby merchandise from Japan and Asia, has announced the latest addition to its line of 1/12 scale action figures from Storm Collectibles with the opening of pre-orders for the Mike Tyson “The Tattoo” figure.

The final release of Storm’s Collectibles line of Mike Tyson collectible action figures. Mike Tyson is considered one of the greatest and most controversial heavyweights of all time, and he has been inducted into the International Boxing and World Boxing Hall of Fame. From the era of “Kid Dynamite,” “The Baddest Man on the Planet,” and “Iron Mike,” to the ultimate culmination of Tyson’s professional boxing career with his signature face tattoo, which became one of the most iconic in sports history. This stunningly lifelike 7-inch tall release is fully poseable and features 3 interchangeable facial sculpts as well as Tyson’s trademark Everlast black boxing trunks and red boxing gloves.

Each Storm Collectibles action figure features a lifelike, extremely accurate facial design, capturing all the nuances and expressions of these legendary pop culture personalities. The 1/12 scale figures are also fully poseable with 30 points of articulation and include additional accessories to create endless posing possibilities.

The Storm Collectibles’ Mike Tyson “The Tattoo” figure will be available for purchase in April, 2019 from authorized Bluefin retailers nationwide. Pre-orders are available now. MSRP for the figure will be $60.00.

 

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