First 4 Figures' Knuckles gets a few videos! - tomopop

First 4 Figures' Knuckles gets a few videos!

8:00 AM on 08.14.2012

Rio McCarthy

Reviews Editor

Well now, I'd say Knuckles has been playing in the cloning machine a bit too much! I'm kidding, of course. First 4 Figures has shared a few videos on their blog showing the process of getting Knuckles finished up and ready to be heading to your homes toward the end of August. The exclusive version of Knuckles is limited to 500 pieces, while the regular version is a run of 1,500 pieces.

You can still get your pre-orders in for either the exclusive or regular versions for US$189.99 and US$169.99 respectively. The exclusive version is a sight to behold though, and I sure wish I could add it to my collection. Be sure to hit the jump to check out the other videos of Knuckles, including where they reenact the finest in home delivery skills.


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First 4 Figures' Knuckles - Part 1 - The Dreaded Drop Test

First 4 Figures' Knuckles - Part 2 - The Opening!

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