Universal Monsters The Mummy 9-Inch Action Figure


Universal Monsters The Mummy 9-Inch Action Figure:


Order one for $24.99

Buried beneath the sands of time he rested, until he was awoken by Mezco's award-winning design team. Now, Mezco proudly presents... The Mummy! This Universal Monsters The Mummy 9-Inch Action Figure features the iconic terror from the beneath the sand standing 9-inches tall and captured with intricate detail of each ancient bandage: from his mysterious eyes, to his legendary scarab ring. Looking just like he did as portrayed by Boris Karloff in the 1932 The Mummy film, this awesome action figure has 11 points of articulation, and he'll be able to take out any explorer who dares to come between him and his tana leaves. He is packaged in a full color, collector-friendly window box.


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