Saturday, August 16, 2014

Threezero reveals LMS: Last Man Standing 1/6th scale Gabriel Paladin 13.5-inch tall action figure

Threezero has been working for a while now with artist Dan LuVisi to create a Gabriel sixth scale figure based on his graphic novel LMS: Last Man Standing: Killbook of a Bounty Hunter. Threezero has officially announced they would be making figures based on the graphic novel, and as promised they have revealed some details and images of the figure.

Gabriel — last of a genetically engineered breed of supersoldiers known as the Paladin, genetically created and designed to be physically perfect, Gabriel is the closest to a God we’d ever see. Highly intelligent, fast, powerful and not to mention nearly invincible, Gabriel had one purpose, and one only: to help win a war that the humans of earth could not.

Threezero’s take on Gabriel stands about 13.5″ tall and comes with several god-like accessories. He comes with a triple-barreled gatling gun, a katana, a hunting knife, 2 Python semi-automatic pistols, grenades, a killer book, utility bags, a road sign shield, and an American flag. Oh yeah, and he also comes with a static model of a the robotic cat Gizmo.

The images below feature the unpainted prototype of the Gabriel sixth scale figure. Threezero hasn’t announced a pre-order date, price, or other information yet. Stay tuned for future updates.

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Some other images I found of Last Man Standing Gabriel on the internet

I am excited about this! Let's hope the price is within reach. Only time will tell. Glad to see a variety of 1/6 scale figures being offered other then military and movie-related figures.


humanbeingill said...

This is very interesting, Judge Dredd meets Robocop meets Terminator Lol. Love the little vary 'Gizmo'

Kirito said...

Looks cool!

Michel R. Gramond said...

Mmm, I'm still waiting for their's Robocop 2014 pre-order yet -_-

humanbeingill said...

*cat "Gizmo"....

Kaido said...

Oooh, I love the look of this! I will have to check out the LMS book as well.