Resident Evil : Jill Valentine

Jill Valentine is all legs as a 13-inch statue from Hollywood collectibles.

A Resident Evil favorite, Jill was recruited into S.T.A.R.S. (Special Tactics And Rescue Service) for her already well-developed fighting skills. She is one of the few surviving S.T.A.R.S. members of the infamous Mansion incident, and long time partner and close friend of Chris Redfield.

This awesome 1:6 statue is a polystone masterpiece painted with some amazing detail. Standing on a Raccoon City base, it’s limited to a paltry 500 pieces so get on it!.

Resident Evil’s Jill Valentine and The Walking Dead, Comic-to-TV

A new figure has been released by Hot Toys, known for their absolutely incredible collectibles, and it’s one that is sure to please fans of the horror video game franchise RESIDENT EVIL. In collaboration with Capcom, Hot Toys gives you…Jill Valentine:

As with most Hot Toys figures, you can expect a heck of a lot of accessories and features, so check out this list for the info:

* Hand-painted and Detailed likeness of Jill Valentine in the video game Biohazard 5 (Resident Evil) in her B.S.A.A. Version
* Approximately 28 cm tall
* Newly developed female TrueType body with over 30 points of articulations
* Realistic hair sculpture with ponytail
* Three (3) pieces of interchangeable posing palms with black gloves, including:
* + One (1) pair of left and right palm for holding gun
* + One (1) piece of right palm for holding knife
* One (1) set of real fabric B.S.A.A. uniform including: blue shirt, black tactical vest, grey pants, leather-like grey and black boots
* Dark-blue colored cap
* Headset
* Radio with pouch
* Shoulder holsters with (2) holster pouches
* Belt with two (2) pouches in the front, one (1) back pouch and one (1) aid spray pouch
* Holster
* Magazine pouch
* Knife pocket
* Handgun
* Sniper
* Two (2) machine guns
* Knife
* Flash grenade
* Aid spray
* Ammo pack
* Figure stand with Jill Valentine (B.S.A.A. Version) nameplate and video game logo

And if that isn’t enough zombie action for you, maybe it’s time to turn to one of the latest entries in zombie lore: the television adaptation of THE WALKING DEAD. If you’re a fan of the comics upon which the show is based, you might already know that there have a bunch of changes made as well as a number of elements that have been faithfully reproduced. A great break-down of comparisons and contrasts is available on Ugo.com. Click the pic below to give it a look!

Three Upcoming Resident Evil Figures

Action figures have improved dramatically over the years, going from simple, 3-inch toys that only vaguely resembled who they were supposed to be to fully-articulated, highly-detailed mini-sculptures of everything from real-life baseball players to mythical creatures to superheroes. But even in the modern age, certain little details can still get lost, subtle things like tears in clothing, birthmarks and hairstyles. There’s one new figure on its way though, that I have to really congratulate for getting it right. It’s The Hunter from Resident Evil Archives and it features drool:

Loving it. He’s part of the second series of Resident Evil Archives toys, flanked by a Labcoat Zombie and Jill Valentine in this grouping and following Chris Redfield, Zombie with Dock and a creepy creature known only as a Licker.

You can check out the whole line of figures over in our Resident Evil section over at CmdStore.com.