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The deadly assassin, Storm Shadow is the newest member of Sideshow Collectibles COBRA Sixth Scale figure collection. Highly skilled, this silent and efficient killer wields his weapon of choice, an impressive compound bow and arrow set, along with a few other tools of his trade, including a razor sharp katana, shuriken, and a pair of ninja tonfas. Outfitted in a winter camouflage suit and assault vest, Storm Shadow carries a fully equipped pack with detailed harnesses. Whether he's aligned with the vile terrorist organization COBRA, or carrying out a special mission for an old friend, Storm Shadow is always ready to strike!
Cobra Head Katana Sword
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Mat Brouillard (Sculpt), Jon Neil (Sculpt), Bernardo Esquivel (Paint), Justin Volpe (Costume Fabrication), Kevin Ellis (Costume Fabrication), Joe Allard (Design), The Sideshow Collectibles Design and Development Team
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Stormy is B.A! Head sculpt is fantastic and made of 3 separate pieces. Eyes are translucent. Sideshow definitely upped their game here. Swords are metal! Hood has wiring in it so you adjust how it drapes over his head...Overall fantastic! Goes well with S.E. and Timber figure. Excellent job!
— Paulie D.
New York, NY
First off, yes, the throwing star is permanently in the hand. But it actually makes sense in a way, and the figure is overall right on!! The eyes are super detailed in a new way. The costume is the same great colors as the promo pics, and THE SWORDS ARE METAL!!!! :) I love it!
— Jeremy S.
An extraordinary piece with great attention to detail as expected from Sideshow Collectibles!
— Orlando Gonzalez-Rivera
Aguas Buenas, PR
This is a great example of Sideshow bringing back some of the old magic in the line. This comes in the form of quality multiple accessories and some great uniform configurations. 2 sword holding hands (YES) a better method of attaching the sword to his back. And the sexiest swords in the line so far
— Paul Loubser