- Los Angeles Lakers NBA legend Kobe Bryant!
- Museum-like action figure from Enterbay's Real Masterpiece NBA Collection.
- Standing 13-inches tall, Kobe features 40 points of articulation.
- Includes 2 heads, 5 pairs of interchangeable hands, a 1:6 scale basketball, and more!
No Lakers fan should be without this remarkable Kobe Bryant Real Masterpiece 1:6 Scale Action Figure from Enterbay. Standing about 13-inches tall, it boasts an NBA-KB body (complete with Kobe's trademark tattoos!), 2 head sculpts of museum-like representations of Kobe in authentic likenesses (each with a different facial expression), and 40 points of articulation so you can pose him to replicate in-game NBA action! The head sculpts are hand painted with a multilayer paint application, and the figure height is scaled to Bryant's actual height. So, instead of the usual 12-inches in 1:6 scale, this action figure stands about 13-inches tall! Ages 15 and up.
Kobe Bryant comes with official NBA Lakers team jerseys with shorts, a pair of white socks, 5 pairs of interchangeable hands (including 2 pairs with magnets to hold the included basketball), a purple elbow pad and knee pad, a 1:6 scale Spalding basketball with a magnet inside, and a display stand featuring the Lakers' team logo.
Head sculpted by SCUDERIA.
Sculpt art and paint art directed by YJ.
Enterbay proudly presents the Real Masterpiece NBA Collection and introduces the first player in this high-end collectible figurine assemblage: Kobe Bryant. The NBA Collection includes 6 players in all: Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Derrick Rose, Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin, and Jeremy Lin. Collect them all!
Kobe Bean Bryant is an American professional basketball player who plays for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Kobe is one of the most popular players, enjoying a reputation as a high flyer and fan favorite since the 1997 Slam Dunk Contest. Bryant has led the Lakers to the NBA championships and been awarded the Most Valuable Player Award (MVP) four times. He's been selected to start every NBA All-Star Game since his second year in the league.