The all new Cobra Kai Funko Pop! Vinyl's are here! Daniel La Russo is here to join your collection! I know. But you're never gonna find balance that way. You can't let that bad blood change who you are. - Daniel La RussoThe legendary Danny LaRusso has finally been given the Pop! Treatment. In Cobra Kai, he takes up his former role from the Karate Kid movies of the 80s. Only 30 years on and living a successful life as a car salesman.Figure measures about 3 3/4 inches tall and comes packaged in a window display box, please note images shown are artwork and final product produced may vary.
The One:12 Collective Iron Fist figure is presented in a fitted suit with dragon insignia. The master of martial arts comes complete with two head portraits and a range of chi effects including a Shou-Lao fist effect that is affixed to his interchangeable hand. Iron Fist is well-equipped with a three-section staff that is connected by a real chain. Trained in the ways of martial arts at K’un-Lun, Danny Rand is given the chance to attain the power of the Iron Fist by defeating Shou-Lao the Undying, a dragon who guards the molten heart that had been torn from its body. After doing so, Danny becomes the immortal Iron First and learns how to harness his immense power to save others and fight honourable battles. THE ONE:12 COLLECTIVE IRON FIST FIGURE FEATURES: One:12 Collective body with over 28 points of articulation Two (2) head portraits Hand painted authentic detailing Approximately 17cm tall Ten (10) interchangeable hands including One (1) pair of fists (L & R) One (1) pair of holding hands (L & R) One (1) pair of karate chop hands (L & R) One (1) pair of grabbing hands (L & R) One (1) pair of posing hands (L & R) COSTUME: Fitted suit with dragon insignia Wrist wraps (permanently affixed to wrists) Shin wraps (permanently affixed to shins) Tabi-style sandals
The third instalment in the Ultimate Knockouts series brings you even more hard hitting action. Picking up right where Ultimate Knockouts 2 left off, Ultimate Knockouts 3 features all the best knockouts from 2002 and 2003. Includes UFC superstars Chuck Liddell, Vitor Belfort, Ken Shamrock, Tim Sylvia and Andrei Arlovski.,The UFC is the worlds premier mixed martial arts sport company, bringing together various disciples including karate, Jiu Jitsu, kickboxing, boxing and sumo. Ultimate Knockouts 3 features more of the most extreme knockouts in the UFC!Special Features:Behind The Scenes ActionMotion Menus
The brainchild of Charlie Brooker and Chris Morris, Nathan Barley is their latest comedy assault on society; a satirical parody of the Hoxton-finned, style obsessed world of the new media.Nathan Barley is 26. He is a webmaster, guerrilla filmmaker, screenwriter, DJ and in his own words, a self-facilitating media node . He is convinced he is the epitome of urban cool and therefore secretly terrified he might not be, which is why he reads Sugar Ape Magazine - his bible of cool.Episode 1: Baffled human wreck Dan Ashcroft (columnist on Sugar Ape) watches in horror as his world is over-run with 24 carat berks, led by a strutting, brainless c***-of-the-walk called Nathan Barley, who, distressingly, has designs on Dan's sister Claire.Episode 2: Dan is canonised against his will, while Nathan throws a party for his God-defeatingly rubbish website and oozes closer to Claire.Episode 3: While Dan is plagued by a shrieking twit of a photographer called 15Peter20, Nathan grooms Claire with alcohol and unsolicited breast massage.Episode 4: Dan accidentally creates a new hairstyle by sleeping in paint. Nathan needs a new look to impress glamorous TV chick Dajve 'dave' Bikinus. Something is killed.Episode 5: Editor Jonatton Yeah? wants Dan to take part in some straight-on-straight gay action. A coke-blasted model proves an irresistible lure for Nathan.Episode 6: In the final episode, Nathan piggybacks his way into Claire's meeting with a TV commissioner, Pingu is broken like a rag doll and Dan finally discovers a way to destroy Nathan.Special Features:48 page booklet of Nathan Barley's works An option to view an entire episode redubbed with the wrong voicesDeleted scenesExtensive hi-res gallery of stills and programme graphics on DVD-RomHidden extrasNewly recorded excerpts from Barley's internet radio showOriginal pilot episodeOriginal tvgohome compilation
Missing In Action:American servicemen are still being held captive in Vietnam - and it's up to one man to bring them home in this blistering, fast-paced action/adventure starring martial arts superstar Chuck Norris. Following a daring escape from a Vietnamese POW camp, Special Forces Colonel James Braddock (Norris) is on a mission to locate and save remaining MIAs. Aided by beautiful State Department official (Lenore Kasdorf) and a former Army buddy (M. Emmet Walsh), Braddock amasses top-secret information and state-of-the-art weaponry. Now this one-man army is prepared to blast his way into Vietnam...but will he be able to blast his way back out?Code Of Silence:From the director of The Fugitive comes a riveting, turbo-charged crime thriller starring international action star Chuck Norris (The Delta Force). Exploding with heart-stopping chases and lethal martial arts confrontations, it's a daring and suspenseful adventure that pits an honest cop against two vicious crime lords - and his own department. Eddie Cusack (Norris) is a Chicago detective who plays by his own rules - a dangerous habit, especially when he breaks the force's code of silence to blow the lid off a deadly police cover-up. Now an outcast, he receives little help from his embittered fellow officers when he's hurled into a blistering battle against rival drug kingpins. But Cusack is a one-man army, waging war on the criminals with razor-sharp wits, lightning-fast Karate moves and a special surprise: Prowler , a remote-controlled, rocket-equipped tank!Lone Wolf McQuade:Martial arts master Chuck Norris (The Delta Force) takes on kung fu king David Carradine (Kung Fu) in this modern-day western/action adventure that packs a wallop. An unabashedly action-oriented and skillfully crafted film, Lone Wolf McQuade is simply one great thrill ride. Legendary renegade Texas Ranger J.J. McQuade (Norris) is fierce with his gun but lethal with his black belt! When his teenage daughter's life is threatened by hijackers attempting to steal a truck full of weapons and ammunition, the job becomes personal for McQuade. Uncovering a colossal arms-smuggling outfit that is selling guns and ammo to terrorists all over the world, McQuade comes face to face with its kingpin, Rawley Wilkies (Carradine) - a world-renowned martial arts expert who has never lost a battle! Does the Ranger have what it takes to save his daughter and his honour - or has he finally met his match, and ultimately ...his demise?Special Features:Code of Silence:Lone Wolf McQuade:Missing in Action:
After the massive success of The Street Fighter, the Toei Company decided to build a new karate series around a female lead, and cast a young actress who had appeared in a cameo role alongside her mentor Sonny Chiba. Still a teenager at the time, Etsuko Shihomi exploded onscreen in her first leading role and created a new character type: a tough fighter who was fierce, fearless, good-hearted, and decidedly non-sexualised, a departure from Toei’s typical formula. In 1974’s Sister Street Fighter, Shihomi is the half-Chinese, half-Japanese Li Koryu, who travels to Yokohama to investigate the disappearance of her brother, an undercover cop. Li discovers a smuggling ring run by a drug lord with his own personal army of deadly fighters, and must penetrate his evil lair with the help of a fellow karate master (played by Chiba). Shihomi and director Kazuhiko Yamaguchi (Wolf Guy) made two additional films based on the same character over the next year, Sister Street Fighter: Hanging By A Thread and Return Of The Sister Street Fighter, with a final unrelated follow-up (Sister Street Fighter: Fifth Level Fist) helmed by original Street Fighter director Shigehiro Ozawa appearing in 1976. Genre entertainment of the highest order, the Sister Street Fighter films are a wild ride through some of the best exploitation cinema Japan produced in the 1970s. Funky and over-the-top, filled with wall-to-wall action, and featuring some of the craziest villains ever depicted onscreen, the series embodies female power in a male-dominated genre and is a magnificent showcase for the physical presence and martial arts skills of its lead star. SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS: High Definition digital transfers of all four films High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentations Original uncompressed Japanese mono audio Original English dubbed audio for Sister Street Fighter New optional English subtitle translation for all four films English SDH subtitles for the English dub for Sister Street Fighter New video interviews with actor Shinichi “Sonny” Chiba, director Kazuhiko Yamaguchi, and screenwriter Masahiro Kakefuda Original Japanese theatrical trailers for all four films Original U.S. theatrical trailer for Sister Street Fighter, plus original English opening titles to the film Original German theatrical trailer for Sister Street Fighter, plus original German opening titles to the film Stills and poster gallery Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Kungfubob O’Brien FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated booklet featuring writing on the series by Patrick Macias and a new essay on the U.S. release of Toei’s karate films by Chris Poggiali
Shinichi Sonny Chiba is a martial arts manimal in the ultra-70's, 100% bizarre mixture of horror, action and sci-fi that is Wolf Guy, one of the rarest and most sought-after cult films produced by Japan's Toei Studio. Based on a manga by Kazumasa Hirai (creator of 8 Man), and never before released outside of Japan, it's a genre film classic waiting to be discovered and a completely unclassifiable trip into phantasmagoric funk. Chiba stars as Akira Inugami, the only survivor of a clan of ancient werewolves who relies on his supernatural powers to solve mysterious crimes. After a series of bloody killings perpetrated by an unseen force, Inugami uncovers a conspiracy involving a murdered cabaret singer, corrupt politicians, and a plot by the J-CIA to harvest his blood in order to steal his lycanthropic powers! At the same time, Inugami also discovers the truth behind his family heritage, and that he may not be the last of his kind. Directed by B-movie genius Kazuhiko Yamaguchi (Sister Streetfighter, Wandering Ginza Butterfly, Karate Bear Fighter), Wolf Guy truly is one-of-a-kind, with Chiba in full effect as the part-man, part-wolf, all-karate action hero and a collection of familiar 1970's Toei actors in support. Violence, action, nudity, real surgical footage, and a psychedelic musical score all work together to create an unforgettable trip to the heights of Japanese cinematic weirdness. SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS: High Definition digital transfer High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentations Original uncompressed mono audio New optional English subtitle translation New video interview with actor Shinichi Sonny Chiba New video interview with director Kazuhiko Yamaguchi New video interview with producer Tatsu Yoshida Trailer Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Wes Benscoter FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by Patrick Macias and a history of Japanese monster movie mashups by Jasper Sharp