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Are you ready for a samurai showdown? This guy certainly is! Samurai Shodown has enjoyed worldwide success as a blade-wielding fighting-game series since its first release in 1993. Haohmaru is the main protagonist of the series and one of its best known characters. Here, he's portrayed as an action-packed Samurai Shodown Haohmaru 1:12 Scale Action Figure that stands about 8-inches tall and features 3 head sculpts, 4 pairs of hands, Fugudoku (Haohmaru's sword), and a slashing attack effect. Bring home some 18th-century Japan with this fantastic figure!
Company: Storm Collectibles
Theme: Video Games
Product Type: Action Figures

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