The 2008 Conan The Barbarian Series 01: War Paint Conan is derived from the original Conan the Barbarian film. The Conan figure include theme-specific weapons/accessories and environmental display bases.
War Paint Conan is equipped with a sword and is accompanied by a diorama-style display base. This is the camo version of Conan as he appears during the stealthy infiltration of one of Thulsa Doom’s demonic fortresses. Joined by Valeria and Subotai, Conan inadvertently witnesses a narcotic sacrificial ceremony in the process of looting the opulent premises and brazenly stealing the fabled gargantuan jewel known as the Eye of the Serpent. Conan is forced to kill the jewel’s sentinel, a gigantic serpent, which is a pet belonging to Thulsa Doom’s lieutenant, Thorgrim.
Unopened in original sealed packaging, Condition Show in picture. Package shows normal shelf-life ware. This figure is the rarest and hardest to find out of the Neca Conan series.
This version of Conan the Barbarian has his iconic sword strike pose with biceps flexed. Amazingly lifelike re-creation of this classic character comes complete with sword and is poseable at the neck, wrists, waist and boots.
Thief. Warrior. Gladiator. King. He is… Conan the Barbarian! Each of these detailed figures is entirely accurate to specific scenes from the classic sword-and-sorcery movie. Sold into slavery as a child, Conan was forced to push a human-powered mill known as the Wheel of Pain. Upon reaching adulthood, he gained incredible strength and was trained to fight as a gladiator.
NECA: CONAN THE BARBARIAN SERIES 1 WAR PAINT ACTION FIGURE Conan the Barbarian, Robert E. Howard's brutal, take-no-prisoners Cimmerian hero, was unleashed onto screens in 1982, portrayed by a little-known Austrian actor.
NECA has already gone on the record on Twitter saying that they will not be re-visiting the Conan line so these are the only Conan figures they will ever produce.