I Must Have It: Amazing 1/6 Scale Jack Burton Action Figure From Big Trouble In Little China

June 28, 2017


This is the absolutely stunning Jack Burton collectible action figure available exclusively from Sideshow Toys. The 1/6 scale figure stands 12-inches tall, comes with David Lopan's eyeball guardian (golden dragon dogs not included), plus four differently molded hands and a knife. Jack Burton is limited to 1,500 pieces, will ship early next year, and costs, dammit, $240. Why does everything so cool have to be so expensive? Thankfully, they also offer a payment plan for as little as $54/month, which is still a little steep for me. I did just add one to my birthday list though with the hopes a rich relative I've never heard of before hooks me up. You know I've actually wanted to be Jack Burton on Halloween for several years now, I just don't have the-- "Muscular build or rugged good looks?" What? No -- I was going to say that tank top, but thanks.

Keep going for a bunch of worthwhile closeups while I pray for a Porkchop Express playset.












Thanks to Jody, who agrees Big Trouble In Little China is easily one of the most quotable movies in history.

  • Looks realer than CGI young Jeff Bridges from TRON Legacy

  • Thinger

    *more realer

  • Paul Atreides

    You go to all of this trouble to make a realistic Jack Burton, you even give him a knife yet you FAIL to allow it to go into his boot. Are people seriously this fucking retarded?

  • WhiteEagle2

    I bet you can't even take his pants off and play with his dick... What a waste...

  • bluecheesedressing

    In fairness to muad'dib, they really went into extra efforts on everything else- the Gerber Tac II is serrated on both sides and the tec-9 looks great. I also think the "guardian" scale is a bit on the small side. I need a set with Snake Pliskin, Captain Ron, and an R J MacReady.

  • FearlessFarris

    They picked a perfect facial expression for him, too!

  • palpable ovaltine

    Man, I really want that. But I don't think I could justify the price for something that serves no practical function.

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