Storm Collectibles rocked the Javits Center this past weekend at the New York Comic Con 2015 with their display of some major pop icons and its upcoming Mortal Kombat line.
Storm Collectibles is putting out some very high quality, 12″ figures that look to rival Hot Toys for options for premium figure options.
The Mike Tyson figures are pretty spectacular. If I cared about boxing just a little more, I’d probably be all over this and if Storm Collectibles makes a Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray Leonard figure, I may have to track this one down.
Mike Tyson won gold medals at the 1981 and 1982 Junior Olympic Games and holds the Junior Olympic record for quickest knockout (8 seconds). Tyson also won every bout at the Junior Olympic Games by knockout. This figure features Mike Tyson’s outfit as he wore it at the games and he comes with a variety of accessories to recreate all of his iconic moments.
For wrestling fans like me, definitely one of the highlights was the Dennis Rodman Bad Boy Special Edition 1/6th Figure (150pcs only) complete with a shirt Rodman rocked during his second stint with the nWo while teaming with “Hollywood” Hogan. Making it even more valuable, the figure will be the last and very limited Rodman edition from Storm sold in different exhibitions over the world.
Martial art aficionados will likely be all over this Tony Jaa figure from Ong Bak.
You can order the Tony Jaa Ong Bak figure from Big Bad Toy Store
On the Mortal Kombat front, on display were mortal rivals Sub-Zero and Scorpion and the very impressive Goro. No details were available in terms of when they’ll be available for purchase, but Storm Collectibles posted on Facebook that the figures are only 50% finished. Geesh, 100% is going to be really impressive then!