New Friday the 13th Part 3 Jason Voorhees Toy Unveiled by Mezco

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New Friday the 13th Part 3 Jason Voorhees Toy Unveiled by Mezco

New Friday the 13th Part 3 Jason Voorhees toy unveiled by Mezco

Campers beware! Jason Voorhees from Friday The 13th Part 3 joins the One:12 Collective. Check out the new Jason Voorhees toy in our Mezco Toyz gallery below!

The One:12 Collective Jason Voorhees figure includes two menacingly detailed head portraits and two removable hockey masks. Jason’s axe accessory fits neatly into the gash on his wounded head as well as the crack in his hockey mask, recreating the iconic finale from Friday The 13th Part 3. The infamous Crystal Lake killer is outfitted authentically from the film. Jason comes complete with every weapon he used in the film: an axe, a machete, a cleaver, a wrench, a fireplace poker, a knife, and a spear gun.

Having recovered from the events of Friday The 13th Part 2, Jason Voorhees relocates to the Higgins Haven campsite where a group of unsuspecting teenagers are enjoying an amiable weekend – that is, until Jason shows up and continues his deadly rampage.

THE ONE:12 COLLECTIVE JASON VOORHEES FIGURE FEATURES:
One:12 Collective body with over 28 points of articulation
Two (2) head portraits
Hand painted authentic detailing
Approximately 16cm tall
Six (6) interchangeable handsOne (1) pair of holding hands (L&R)
One (1) pair of relaxed hands (L&R)
One (1) spear gun holding hand (R)
One (1) grabbing hand (R)

COSTUME:
Two (2) hockey masks (damaged & undamaged)
Button-down workmen’s shirt
Workmen’s pants
Work boots

ACCESSORIES:
One (1) axe (fits into gash on wounded head or can be held)
One (1) machete
One (1) cleaver
One (1) wrench
One (1) fireplace poker
One (1) knife
One (1) spear gun

Each One:12 Collective Jason Voorhees figure is packaged in a collector friendly box, designed with collectors in mind.

The One:12 Collective Jason Voorhees from Friday The 13th Part 3 is available for pre-order by clicking here and will slash his way into stores October – December 2018.