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Chow Yun-Fat’s Mark Lee Is A BETTER TOMORROW Deluxe Action Figure

Chow Yun-Fat’s Mark Lee Is A BETTER TOMORROW Deluxe Action Figure

If you love Hong Kong action movies, A Better Tomorrow is probably still one of your favorites. Back in 1986, director John Woo‘s action epic turned out to be a massive success and highly influential on Hong Kong cinema. It was also the movie that transformed Chow Yun-Fat into an international action icon. Now, Enterbay is paying tribute to Chow’s most famous character with a new deluxe action figure of Mark Lee, the character that Chow portrayed in the film.

The A Better Tomorrow Real Masterpiece Mark Lee figure is 12 inches tall, and it has 30 points of articulation; which should allow fans to recreate some Chow’s famous poses from the film. The figure comes with two interchangeable heads, which depict Mark’s earlier appearance in the movie and his facial injury and bandage from late in the story. Additionally, the figure has interchangeable hands, sunglasses, cigarettes and matches, as well as two different outfits, including both black and blue versions of his distinctive long coat.

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But the accessories that really impressed us were the water buckets, the magnetic computer tape, and the metal trolly which Mark used as cover during one of the film’s signature shoot outs. Of course, Mark also comes with a few guns and a hilariously oversized 1986 cellphone.

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You can view the rest of the pictures in our gallery below. If you want to add Mark Lee to your A Better Tomorrow collection, it’s available for pre-order here and it’s expected to arrive this month. Fair warning; it’s not cheap! You’re gonna need $259.99 to cover it, plus shipping. But for this 1/6 recreation of one of the all-time greats, we’re okay with that!

What do you think about the Mark Lee action figure? Break out your best Gun fu movies and share your thoughts in the comment section below!

Images: Enterbay

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