Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Incoming: Brother Production Presents 1/6 scale "A Good Day To Die (hard) Johnny" 12" Figure

"Yippee Ki-Yay Mother Russia!"

A Good Day to Die Hard is a 2013 American action film directed by John Moore and written by Skip Woods. The title itself sounds like it could be something out of porn LOL Featuring the John McClane character that was based on the protagonist of Nothing Lasts Forever by Roderick Thorp, it is the fifth installment in the Die Hard film series. Bruce Willis reprises the lead role of John McClane, who travels to Russia to help his estranged son, Jack (Jai Courtney), out of prison, but is soon caught in the crossfire of a terrorist plot.

Brother Production has a knack for releasing 1:6 scale Bruce Willis as John McClane figures and there have been so many I actually lost count LOL The one 12-inch John McClane 12-inch figure I have that I really like was released by Brother Production (check out the review in my toy blog post HERE with lots of pictures)

Brother Production Presents 1/6 scale Custom Hand Made "A Good Day To Die (hard) Johnny" 12-inch Figure will come with two 1/6 scale head sculpts, NORMAL version and Side looking "Battle-DAMAGE" version. It will be limited to just 150 pieces.

Also included: White tee with Dirty Effect, Long Sleeve Pattern Shirt, Black Nylon Jacket, Real Leather Like Brown Jacket (with zipper), Sand Pants with Dirty Effect, Belt, Military Boots, Glasses (made of PVC), Handgun (made of PVC), FN SCAR-H CQC rifle with Sling (made of PVC) + 3 pairs of Hands

The figure will also come with Brother Production New 12-inch Muscular Base body

There have been so many 1:6 scale Bruce Willis 12-inch figures released that I actually created a "Bruce Willis" label for them :) Check it out if your like.

1 comment:

rudeboy said...

Haw! That's a pretty good likeness!

And that side-eye head sculpt is unusual, but interesting.

Funny you mentioned how many Bruce Willis figures Brother alone has released. I'm beginning to lose track f how many I have in my own collection, myself.

Still...can one ever have too much Willis?