Toy Review: Bruce Lee (Yellow Jumpsuit) (Diamond Select Toys)

My style? You can call it “the art of fighting without fighting”. The Iconic yellow jumpsuit was worn by Bruce Lee in 1979’s Game Of Death(His last movie before his […]

My style? You can call it “the art of fighting without fighting”.

The Iconic yellow jumpsuit was worn by Bruce Lee in 1979’s Game Of Death(His last movie before his death)  which also starred Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Chuck Norris. The Yellow Jumpsuit was picked over the black one for a simple reason. When Jabbar kicks Bruce they wanted his shoe to dirty the suit so everyone could see the size of the footprint. Bruce Lee is one of the most remembered Kung Fu Icons even to this day.

 Diamond Select Toys Captures his likeness in a new 7inch scaled figure. Along with his signature tracksuit, he also includes 4 sets of hands two head sculpts one regular one screaming, and three nunchucks Spinning, action posed and regular.  The figure is super articulated for multiple kung fu action poses.  Everything is spot on to his likeness.  The figure held up well to posing and play.

Overall another great figure by DST. I’ve always been a fan of Bruce Lee Kung Fu movies and Game of Death was one of my Favorites including the epic battle between Chuck Norris and Bruce Lee. The fact that we get the character straight off the screen and because of its impressive likeness it would have made Bruce himself proud. Bruce strived to be one of the best and he is now forever immortalized in plastic.  If you have a chance to get this guy don’t pass it up he is one of the best DST figures to date.

Thank You Diamond Select Toys for allowing us to review this great figure. Please keep this line going.

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