NECA Announces NEW F13 – Part 6 Jason Figure For Dec. 2015!

Great News from NECA today! They will be releasing a brand new Jason Voorhees action figure that is set for a December 2015 release!

2016 Marks the 30th Anniversary of the 6th installment of the franchise, and this action figure is how NECA plans to celebrate!

The new action figure will be 7″ scale!

A snippet from the NECA website:

This deluxe 7” scale action figure features a gruesome, freshly unearthed sculpt and over 25 points of articulation. It’s loaded with accessories, too: removable mask, a machete and a knife that both fit into sheaths on his belt, the fence post that reanimated him and his tombstone. Packaged in a collector-friendly Deluxe 30th Anniversary window box.

More here, including pictures: NECA Announces F13 – Part 6 Jason Voorhees action figure!

Here is a sneak peek of the up coming F13 part 6 Jason action figure:


I strongly recommend you snatch one of these up! NECA collectibles are known to sell out pretty quick depending on what the item is.

In 2013, NECA released Friday the 13th NES 8-Bit Nintendo Video Game Jason Voorhees action figure. It was an exclusive for Comic Con. These came up missing pretty fast. Now they sell on eBay for crazy prices of course! I did spot one on Amazon for just under $100!

Here is a glimpse of what you may have missed:


But don’t worry! You are in LUCK!

NECA has announced on July 9, 2015, that they will be releasing this again, with a few extras / changes! Release date is set for sometime in October 2015!

Snippet from NECA:

Previously available only as a convention exclusive, Jason is back and better than ever, with different deco, a new accessory and special packaging that plays theme music from the original video game.

Based on his appearance in the classic Friday the 13th video game, released in 1989 for the popular 8-bit home console, Jason stands 7” and has over 25 points of articulation for great poses. The figure comes with machete, axe, harpoon gun and removable mask, plus new “floating” mother’s head accessory. New paint deco reproduces the game’s pixilated look.

And not only does the window box packaging re-create the look and feel of the classic video game cartridge box, lift the front flap and it plays music from the game, too!

Check it out here: NECA’s NES 8-bit video game action figure of Jason Voorhees get’s another release!

This one will sure to become a huge collectible and fan favorite as it’s original predecessor!





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