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The Baphomet From Slayer’s Show No Mercy Album Is Now An Action Figure

The very metal Baphomet from the cover of Slayer’s Show No Mercy has been turned into an action figure

The snarling Baphomet from Slayer’s album Show No Mercy has been transformed into an action figure.7

Slayer’s thrashing debut was released in 1983 and (as well as featuring the iconic Black Magic) stars a demonic half-man/half-beast on the album sleeve, brandishing a longsword and wearing a flaming crown – what could be more metal than that?

We’ll tell you what – a smaller, plastic version that you can keep!

Super7 have teamed up with Slayer to produce this 3.75-inch ReAction Figure which, according to the product description, comes with “a cape and sword accessories”. And it only costs $15!

This isn’t the first music collab Super7 have been involved in, having also worked with Iron Maiden and Misfits.

You can order your minotaur figure now from Super7.

Slayer currently on their farewell tour and will play their final ever UK show at Download festival this June. Get your tickets now.

Posted on February 14th 2019, 10:27am
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