COMING SOON: Marvel's Jessica Jones Minimates - 4 Figure Set Includes David Tennant's Kilgrave



Coming soon from Diamond Select Toys is a four-figure set featuring characters from the top-rated Netflix TV series Marvel's Jessica Jones.

On a recent visit to Marvel HQ, David Tennant was keen to show off his new 2" high figurine which will be included in the Minimates box set. David played the villainous Kilgrave in the show, the former tormentor of retired superhero Jessica Jones played by Krysten Ritter, who is back to pick up where he left off. 



The Minimates set comprises of figures of Jessica and Kilgrave along with Luke Cage and Trish Walker, as played by Mike Colter and Rachael Taylor respectively. Each 2" character boasts 14 points of articulation and comes with removable jackets and alternate parts, including arms and a screaming Kilgrave head, as well as accessories like smartphones, a laptop and Chinese takeout. The set includes four display stands and is packaged in a full-colour window box. 

The Marvel's Jessica Jones TV series 1 box set is expected to hit stores in the USA from late summer to autumn 2016. In the UK the sets are expected to ship from 10th November.

USA: Pre-order from Diamond Select Toys here - price $24.99
UK: Pre-order from Forbidden Planet here - price £22.50

Both vendors will ship to other countries.

Marvel's Jessica Jones is available to stream wordwide on Netflix. 


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