I bet the Play Arts Kai Predator doesn’t bleed

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Chances are, I’m going to be horribly murdered by a Hollywood monster one of these days. And really, I’d like some say in the matter. I don’t want to be offed by the likes of Jason Voorhees or a Xenomorph. I want to go down with a sporting chance. And by sporting chance, I mean legging it and tripping anyone who happens to be near me so that I can increase my odds at not having my spine ripped out. I am of course, talking about the infamous Yautja native, the Predator.

And to be even more specific, I’m talking about the Play Arts Kai Predator. Now decked out in nightmare fuel armour, the Predator is once again ready to test the old adage of “if it bleeds, we can kill it”. Here’s the full description and spec list from Sideshow Collectibles, below:

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Sideshow Collectibles and Square Enix are excited to present the latest in the Variant Play Arts KAI series – Predator! Designed with armor that mimics bones and a mask that is reminiscent of a Japanese ogre, called oni, the Predator inspires terror and brutal horror in its prey. Artists at Square Enix put great detail into the texture and paintwork of this collectible figure. The Predator’s skin has a fleshy look, while his armor has a more sinister and impressive bone look. He features weapons and accessories to help recreate the many ominous poses of the Predator!

  • Product size – 11″ H (279.4mm) x 5.1″ W (129.54mm) x 3.5″ L (88.9mm)
  • Predator figure designed by Hitoshi Kondo
  • Stands approximately 11″ tall
  • Three (3) additional interchangeable hands
  • One (1) razor claw
  • One (1) club weapon
  • One (1) helmet
  • One (1) open mandible
  • One (1) figure base
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The only thing more frightening than this Predator? A Predator on a motorcycle. This fella will cost you $149 when he arrives later this year.

Last Updated: June 8, 2015

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