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Shown below is the new Good Smile Company Jaws Nendoroid Jaws Figure are available for pre-order from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com with a suggested retail price of $40.99.

Jaws appears in the Nendoroid lineup!

Jaws, the shark that terrified audiences all over the world, is now a Nendoroid! This figure has several points of articulation so you can display it in a wide variety of poses.

Alongside interchangeable parts for posing, the following accessories are included for additional display opportunities: movie poster background sheet, base for reenacting the movie poster, splash effect, scuba tank, and a dedicated Nendoroid stand.

Other figures shown not included

Product Features

5.51 inches tall (14cm)
Made of plastic
Based on Jaws
Part of the Nendoroid series
Several points of articulation
Interchangeable parts and accessories

Box Contents

Jaws figure
Splash effect
Scuba tank
Movie poster background sheet
Base for reenacting movie poster
Base

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This is cute and fine. I’m surprised Neca hasn’t tried to do a 7 inch scale screen accurate shark

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18 hours ago, TheMikeSnyder said:

This is cute and fine. I’m surprised Neca hasn’t tried to do a 7 inch scale screen accurate shark

Is it that much of a surprise? "Bruce" was 25 feet long. In 7 inch scale, it'd be around 3 feet.

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3 minutes ago, Satam said:

Is it that much of a surprise? "Bruce" was 25 feet long. In 7 inch scale, it'd be around 3 feet.

IIRC there was a tease way back of the sculpt of the massive shark. I don't know why they didn't move on with production because it looked beautiful. I'm guessing the cost was gonna be too high (I kinda wish they could at least do one like Mattel's super colossal dinos eventually)

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9 minutes ago, memocromatico said:

IIRC there was a tease way back of the sculpt of the massive shark. I don't know why they didn't move on with production because it looked beautiful. I'm guessing the cost was gonna be too high (I kinda wish they could at least do one like Mattel's super colossal dinos eventually)

There was and you're probably guessing correctly as to why it didn't make it to production.

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