“StarCraft II” is the sequel to Blizzard’s award winning video game, “StarCraft.” In “StarCraft II” After being betrayed by Arcturus Mengsk, Jim Raynor is a bitter merc who is going up against the autocratic Terran Dominion. Raynor enlists the considerable talents of ex-con/ marine Tychus Findlay, and together with their new crew, they wreak havoc on those that have wronged them.
Sideshow Collectibles has just released two stunning sixth scale figures for Raynor and Tychus and they are pure awesome. Feast your eyes on vengeance personafide. Let’s begin with Raynor. (CLICK HERE TO ORDER)
From the hit Blizzard Entertainment title, Starcraft II, Sideshow Collectibles is proud to introduce Jim Raynor -Terran Space Marine. Confederate marshal turned outlaw rebel, Jim Raynor does not back down from a fight. Equipped with technologically advanced armor and weaponry, the Raynor – Terran Space Marine was assembled from over 525 individually engineered components, making it one of Sideshow’s most ambitious Sixth Scale projects to date.
The detailed armor features light up elements in the chest and engine vents, an impressive cache of weapons includes a C-14 Impaler Gauss rifle, a massive sniper rifle, and Jim’s signature revolver.
Here is a close up look at the bad-ass known as “Tychus.”
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While not even Jim Raynor can be certain of the truth behind his past, or just where his loyalties lie, one thing is for sure: Tychus Findlay always goes big. Always. Assembled from over 525 individually engineered components, Findlay gears up in Sideshow’s Sixth Scale Terran Space Marine armor with an incredible range of articulation, multiple light-up features, and a colorful array of unique decals that suit him just fine – including snarky quips, tally marks and a pin-up of Kyla Velassi.
Known for his big ego and even bigger guns, there’s no job in the whole universe too dangerous for this outlaw when he’s got a couple of flash grenades and a light-up C-14 Impaler Gauss rifle with bayonet attachment and removable clip. A born survivor, Tychus bears his ‘New Folsom Prison blues’ with true grit thanks to two interchangeable portraits: one with a scathing scowl, and one simply enjoying one of the best cigars in the Koprulu sector.