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3A Toys Will Also Make 1:12 Scale Judge Dredd on Lawmaster Bike, for $100 Less Than Mezco

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This battle just heated up like the surface temperature of the Cursed Earth. Yes, 3A’s Lawmaster is a more primitive, less-streamlined version of Dredd’s main ride, but check out the features on both the figure and the bike:

JUDGE DREDD
Created by John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra
●  Design inspired by Carlos Ezquerra, Brian Bolland, and Mike McMahon
●  Figure Stands 6.2 Inches (15.75cm) Tall
●  Fully Articulated including
●  Newly Designed 1/12th Scale Body
●  Highly-Detailed Sculpt and Faux-Leather Tailored Outfit
●  Weapons Include:
○  Lawgiver Mk1
○  Lawgiver Mk2
○  Daystick
●  Interchangeable Hands: Open, Clenched Fists, 2x Weapon Holding
●  Weathered Modern Black Leather Look

LAWMASTER MK1

●  3A Modified Classic Lawmaster Design
●  Features Mike McMahon inspired Bike Cannons
●  Length 9.45inches (24cm)
●  Fits 1/12th Scale Collectible Figures
●  Rubberized Soft Vinyl Tires
●  6 LED illuminated Lights:
○  1 x Main Headlamp
○  4 x Secondary Side Lights
○  1 x On-board Computer Display
●  Weathered Black Modern Look
ADDITIONAL INFO
●  Materials Used – ABS, PVC, POM
●  Requires AG1 x 7 Button Cell Batteries (Batteries Not Included)

Just to remind you what the Mezco one in the same scale looks like, here you go.

I’m not sure what to make of this. Mezco has better distribution, and should be less limited and thus cheaper. But now we have a new challenger. And if anyone can ever get the legit rights to Karl Urban, maybe one day there will be a third.

Throw down your wallets and prepare to be judged. The 3A version goes up for preorder Nov. 26th, for $160. Mezco’s still carries an SRP of $259.99.

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