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Classic Karate Kid figures coming up from Icon Heroes

Fans of Cobra Kai and the classic Karate Kid series alike should have a look at the upcoming figures from Icon Heroes.

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Cobra Kai is pretty easily YouTube Red’s biggest hit, and a legitimately great show too. And I don’t mean that only for the nostalgia either. The sequel series to the original movies, Cobra Kai has terrific writing and some great acting from the original stars too. It’s brought Karate Kid back into the entertainment landscape in a big way.

Oddly enough, there’s not much in the way of merch from the show. What has happened however, is a resurgence of licensed items from the original movie. That’s also what Icon Heroes plays off of here for these two new figures.

If you’re wondering, yes this seems to be a relatively new endeavor for the company. IH is much better known for their statues, and I don’t actually think they’ve made figures before.

For a first effort, these look great. More than that, they’re super-posable with some 29 points of articulation. Both figures will run $39.99 USD a piece, and should be on shelves by year’s end.

Here’s the official rundown:

  • The Karate Kid Daniel Larusso Action FigureIcon Heroes presents the 6-inch scale Daniel Larusso action figure from the classic film The Karate Kid.  This fully poseable action figure features 29 points of articulation and includes three interchangeable heads and six hands.  Relive the excitement of the All-Valley Tournament!
  • The Karate Kid Johnny Lawrence Action FigureIcon Heroes presents the 6-inch scale Johnny Lawrence action figure from the classic film The Karate Kid.  This fully poseable action figure features 29 points of articulation and includes three interchangeable heads and six hands.  Relive the excitement of the All-Valley Tournament!

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