The late great Sir Christopher Lee had his hand in many a pop-culture pot. He was a Sith Lord. He was an evil wizard. He was even a Bond villain. However, horror is where he made his name for himself as the lord of the vampires, Dracula.
Thanks to Star Ace, fans can now celebrate Lee’s rendition of the Count with this 1/6 scale figure based on the 1970 film, Scars of Dracula, the sixth in the Hammer Films Dracula saga. It is part of Star Ace’s My Favorite Legends series.
This highly detailed figure stands 30cm tall and has 30 points of articulation. It also comes with two head sculpts. One is scary and one is horrifying, so good luck choosing which one to display when your family visits. My favorite part of them is the bloodshot eyes. With each head sculpt hand-painted, it only exemplifies the amount of hard work put into this figure.
Also included with the figure are four sets of interchangeable hands, a knife, a sword, and a bat. Remember back in the day when Dracula was supposed to be the embodiment of evil? This figure can help bring back those memories.
You can check out more pictures of this awesome figure in the gallery below.
So what do you think? Is this figure worthy of a horror fan’s collection? Is it just me, or does the 1970 Christopher Lee look like the perfect person to play Ra’s al Ghul? Let me know on Twitter or sound off in the comments below.
Images: Star Ace