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The Sparrow and Barbossa figures stand roughly 7â tall, and are honed to exacting, decaying pirate-zombie likenesses. They come complete with environmental bases that can be interlocked and joined by the Mayan treasure chest, and are compatible with the other figures from the same line. Having deftly palmed one of the cursed golden coins in the hopes of fighting Barbossa at his own game, Sparrow is exposed to moonlight and reduced to a skeleton with his all his brocaded pirate finery dangling from his exposed bones in moth-eaten ribbons. He stands with his cutlass in hand, his eyes shining outwards from blackened sockets. Barbossa, of course, has a little more experience with the coinsâTM death curse. He looks slightly more accustomed to the general condition. Grey and decaying, with maybe just a little more semblance of his former expression, he remains a skeleton festooned noxiously in patches of grey moldering flesh. On his shoulder sits his zombie monkey mascot.
Neca Pirates Of The Caribbean Cursed Sparrow Vs. Cursed Barbossa Box
pros: cursed versions of our favorite pirates, plus a giant chest of gold
cons: not zombie-fied enough
A moonlit cave? Quelle romantique!
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