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Solid Snake McFarlane Toys, 1998
Solid Snake

A good hero is what every good toy line needs. And when a toy line has only one or two good heroes and a half dozen villains, it becomes a great toy line. With Solid Snake, McFarlane has created one of the truly great hero action figures. After all, he has a holster for his pistol... if that doesn't make a figure great, nothing does.

Solid Snake features 12 points of articulation. While not as posable as Ninja, this particular plastic man has plenty of accessories to make up for it, including masks, goggles, weapons, and yes, explosives. What more could you ask for out of a special agent action figure? If you like good toys, this one's a keeper.

A clear, "cloaked" variation was made available in later assortments. We have no images of this figure at this time.

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Solid Snake
6.25 inches
McFarlane Toys
1999

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