Your next door neighbor Jerry looks weird and smells funny, but what's really annoying is his insistence that he has an action figure collection. He doesn't have an action figure collection. He has one action figure - a Star Wars: Heroes of the Force Jek Porkins action figure. Sure it's mint on mint card and sure, he's built an enormous shrine to it in his living room, but that does not constitute a collection.
It's time to let Jerry know what the score is. By buying a Castle Crashers set, you get all four Castle Crashers knights, each with his own base and display case. Each one comes with a set of four weapons - a sword, mace, axe, and a fish. What does Porkins have? A big fat belly full of sadness and regret. Buy a set of Castle Crashers and show Jerry what a real action figure collection looks like. Then he'll kill himself in despair and you can finally put the moves on his mom.
Figurine ©2007 The Behemoth, all rights reserved. | Made in China by animal orbs. | Assembled and packaged in the USA - "Git r done." | Warning: Ages 7+. Seriously kids, watch Hellraiser if you want to see what happens if you play with toys you're not supposed to. | Choking Hazard: Small Parts. Also, don't try to eat the actual action figure itself. You could probably put it into a lubricated condom and try to swallow that, but it's not a good idea. | Not for children under 3 years. Unless your children enjoy eating plastic. If they're able to eat a lot of plastic, be sure to notify the Guinness Book of World Records.