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Jesus Action Figure
|CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.|
Everyone has a different take on Jesus. Muslims saw him as a prophet. Buddhists say he was enlightened. Hindus consider him an avatar (the incarnation of a deity in human form), while Christians hail him as the Son of God. But, wherever your theological compass points, you will agree that this is the coolest action ?gure ever made. Each hard vinyl Jesus Action Figure stands 5" (12.7 cm) tall with posable arms to reach toward the heavens and wheels in his base for smooth gliding action!
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8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Its miraculous gift to giveOct 13, 2012
I also got the canned Unicorn meat.
And we used the Jesus Christ Action Figure to bring the UniCorn back to life.
It was awesome.
Fun for the whole family.
Everyone loves Jesus.
Way better than GIJoe.
Jesus can walk across water and everything.
Highly recomend it.
10 of 11 found the following review helpful:
don't expect quality, expect a great gagDec 10, 2008
By James Perry
"that one guy"
with only four points of articulation and a less than functional set of wheels on the bottom of this figurine, it's a pretty clumsy work of craftsmanship, but the redeeming quality is pretty obvious - it's Jesus! Basically, Jesus can only do two poses: loving outstretched arms, and TOUCHDOWN!!!
the packaging is pretty great, placing Jesus in front of a Jerusalem landscape and highlighting the glorious tackiness of the product. This will make a great present for the atheist on your list.
14 of 17 found the following review helpful:
Not a Good Toy.Aug 20, 2006
For an action figure that is supposed to be a resemblance of the Son of God, this toy is lame. Granted, it's kind of cool to have a toy Jesus, but it's not a very good toy. Other than his arms, the figure has no flexibilty whatsoever: his legs are permanently hidden beneath a robe of hard plastic and his head is fixed in a frozen forward gaze. Even though his arms can move, they are only capable of forward and backward motion. Finally, the gliding action feature of the toy (meaning little wheels on the figure's base) is more of an annoyance than anything else. The toy has a coolness factor of a ten (It's Jesus, man), but as a toy it resembles something a kid can get out of one of those claw games.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Jesus action figureApr 06, 2010
By A. Maclean
This piece is different. I thought it was going to look better than it did. The paint on it seemed smudged and it looked like what ever painted it couldn't stay in the lines. It does roll okay and my smaller cousin likes it, she is 4, but my older one just looks at it funny. I say for younger kids, not too young of course it is nice and they will probably enjoy it since kids don't normally look at how detailed something is or how well the paint is done on a toy, but for older kids, the box has some good stuff on it, educational, but other than that, they won't think it is too cool. If it looked a little better over all, I think they would think it is cool but not the way it is.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Great Little Gag Gift for a Minister. They seem to like itNov 19, 2014
By Edmond Garrett
I am a Chaplain Assistant in the Navy and I love giving these to the Chaplain's as Gag gifts.
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