About This Sixth Scale Figure
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.
What's in the Box?
- Fully Articulated Figure Body with highly detailed, fully articulated armor
- Removable Helmet with retractble visor
- C-14 Impaler Gauss Rifle
- Pistol with fabric holster
- Sniper Rifle
- Light up effects in chest, engine vents, and rifle (images of finalzied light-up effects coming soon)
Additional Details & Dimensions
- Product Size
- 15.5" H (393.7mm) x 9.5" W (241.3mm) x 6.75" L (171.45mm)*
- Box Size
- 9.00" H (228.6mm) x 17.00" W (431.8mm) x 19.00" L (482.6mm)*
- Dimensional Weight
- 13.0000 lbs*
- Int'l Dim. Weight
- 18.0000 lbs*
* Size and weight are approximate values.
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A truly remarkable piece. Will look amazing next to Tychus. I hope a Sixth scale Kerrigan is made.
It is worth the one year wait. Beautiful and very detail piece. The weak ankle can be made sturdy by putting something between the feet plates. Mine still standing even with the rifle pointing forward. Hoping for a ghost Kerrigan or Nova and maybe Zeratul.
Worth the wait!!!
Beautiful figure. Perfectly crafted. A must for any starcraft 2 fans. Hope they make a kerrigan figure as well
Los Angeles, CA
Beautiful crafted and awesome to behold. The only drawback is that it doesn't stand on it's own at all. You can get it to sit still but it doesn't feel safe and can be knocked over way too easily. A themed stand would have been an awesome addition to this piece.
— A Viewer