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Movie Maniacs Series 7 Figure: Colonial Marine Hicks
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The Corporal Hicks figure from McFarlane Toys catches the character of the target perfectly. Every detail is there - from a motion tracker and pulse rifle complete with shoulder straps, to the welder hanging from the belt to the shoulder lamp to the heart painted on the armor, every detail is there. You have to see the figure to appreciate all these details, I can't explain them all in a short review! For any fan of Aliens or the Colonial Marines this figure is a must have at any price.
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Fantastic perfect for any collector of aliens figures exactly as pictured great detailPublished 9 months ago by Amanda Stricker
Arrived in excellent condition and within the estimated timeframe quoted. Item works perfectly. Thank you!!!Published 22 months ago by Van
This is a great figure to add to any Aliens fan collection. Very detailed down to the color and paint especially on his tactical suit. Read morePublished on February 27, 2013 by Alex P
I bought this thing about a month ago and it has held up pretty well...until today. I tried to move the arm with the trigger finger that holds the pulse rifle a little and the arm... Read morePublished on February 25, 2008 by Christopher Vegvary