T.Hawk - Action Figure Gallery
Being of native-American decent T Hawk fights in the style of his for fathers. T Hawk fights for the honor of his people but more importantly for his missing sister Juli. He will soon discover that his sister has been altered and brainwashed into one of Bison minions.
- 4 swappable hands
- Hawk (looks more like an eagle, can mount to right shoulder)
5.00 stars from Dr Nightmare
T.Hawk is scary. Even when someone tells you the giant sour-faced monster is really a kind and friendly soul, he's still scary.
Hawk stands a hair under 8 inches, which is still heaps taller then the other SF figures. It's too tall, I know someone will argue this point, but I think 7.5 inches would look better. The other figs just look so puny next to him. The clothes are painted to look like denim (well done) and the shoes look like real wood. The detail is meticulous and fine. Belt buckle has an embossed hawk and the word "HAWK" on it, wrinkles on the fingers and clothes, flexible tassels on the jacket and boots, feathered eyebrows, finger-nails, golden arm-bands, the list goes on. I am shocked that there are no major paint-flaws on this. . . Read More
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