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Mezco has released a preview image for their upcoming One:12 Collective John Wick figure. John Wick will be on display at Mezco's booth during the New York Toy Fair which begins this Saturday, February 17th.

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Mezco Previews The One: 12 Collective John Wick

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Mezco has released a preview image for their upcoming One:12 Collective John Wick figure. John Wick will be on display at Mezco’s booth during the New York Toy Fair which begins this Saturday, February 17th.

An attempt to resume a quiet civilian life is cut short for John Wick when Italian gangster, Santino D’Antonio, shows up on his doorstep and compels him to repay past favors. Chaos unfolds as John soon realizes there is a bounty on his head. Highly skilled in hand-to-hand combat, John Wick is also a master tactician and marksman who will do what he needs to survive.

Approximately 17cm tall and featuring 28 points of articulation, John Wick sports his signature all-black outfit and comes complete with a variety of comprehensively designed accessories, including a head sculpt featuring the likeness of actor Keanu Reeves.

 

Mezco has released a preview image for their upcoming One:12 Collective John Wick figure. John Wick will be on display at Mezco's booth during the New York Toy Fair which begins this Saturday, February 17th.

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