Deadite Ash has over fifteen points of articulation and is one of the most detailed pieces I've seen. His face sculpt is absolutely perfect for the character and the details on his deadite hands are incredible for as small as they are. The paint job on this figure is spectacular, too. The sweat stains on his clothes look perfect on his shirt. But even better than that is his face, the mouth specifically, the gnarled teeth and glossy blood on his gums and tongue are unparalleled.
Even if you don't think you would want Deadite Ash (why you wouldn't is beyond me) you're going to want it after you hear what accessories it has. Deadite Ash comes with the Necronomicon, the severed head of his girlfriend Linda and the dreaded tape deck that got the ball rolling. All of these are just as detailed as the figure itself and look stellar.
Farewell to Arms Ash is even better. While his body sculpt and paint job is almost the same as the Deadite Ash figure, the head sculpt is brand new and looks great. Bruce Campbell has never looked better in toy form. He comes with one of Ash's popular facial expressions and features some pretty great blood spatter all over.
This figure also comes with great accessories. Including double barrel shotgun, axe, severed possessed hand, and two interchangeable arms, one the possessed hand still attached, the other the wrap upped stump post chainsaw amputation. The arms change over very well between the two and both look great. The only problem with this figure is posing him, it's hard to get him in a good position holding the shotgun and bracing it on his stump like in the pictures.
These figures are great. They are must-owns for any Evil Dead fans and are very welcome additions to my desk. These two figures are available now and series two of the Evil Dead 2 line should be around in a few months. That wave? It features “Hero Ash” and demon “Henrietta."
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