* She-Spawn is rocking some asymmetrical boots (long a McFarlane staple) and even more spikes. She's got a spiked collar on her right thigh and a seriously long thigh high boot on her left. Nifty.
* She-Spawn comes with two left hands you can swap in and out. It's a pain (literally) due to the spikes but they swap in and out OK. One is a standard grip and the other is more of a cradling hand for holding the various rifles.
* She-Spawn comes with some really cool weapons and first we'll check out this sword. It's a pretty cool weapon with a wicked looking blade, spikes on the knuckle guard, and a skull cracking spike on the bottom. There's a lot of neat detail on the hilt and the paintwork is impressive.
* Next up is a giant...spear axe thing? I have no idea what you'd call something like this. Metal. Epic? Who knows. It's taller than her, though, at 8 3/4ths inches. The blade is elaborate as is the base. It has what looks like a spiked mace on the bottom, sort of like a pugil stick designed to maim. There's even some sort of electronics box on there with wires, so maybe there's some extra features hidden away inside the device?
* Next up is a really long sniper rifle. At 7 1/4ths inches it's as tall as Jessica! Again, you'll see elements of real world weapons here (maybe bits of a Dragunov) but the idea is just to look cool. Three side mounted scopes? Yup. An absolutely massive magazine. Indeed. Some sort of barrel mounted under the main barrel? Why not? There's some cool, more realistic stuff here, too, like the elaborate stock and the muzzle break, but this thing overall is pure 1990s goodness.
* Here's a look at the other side of this incredibly detailed weapon. I love the little pistol tied on the back. Sure, why not, right? I guess if all of the other magazines run dry it's a weapon of last resort.
* She-Spawn also comes with a length of metal chain that is intended to be wrapped around one of her weapons. It looks great wrapped around the massively crazy amalgamation of firearms, especially because there are so many places the chain can wrap around.
* McFarlane has been including a simple plastic disk stand with all of the Spawn figures and you probably need it with She-Spawn. Because of the heels on her boots she can be difficult to keep standing in certain poses, so this simple stand really helps.
I'm really impressed with She-Spawn. She's sold as a deluxe figure which off the bat might seem a bit strange she's a regular sized Spawn figure rather than a massive character like the Violator or Cygor, but she does come with quite a few weapons. And these aren't puny little weapons, either. They're incredibly well sculpted and painted weapons, two of which are the same size or larger than Jessica Priest herself. She's really cool and tons of fun to mess around with. She-Spawn is an Epic figure who is well worth picking up if you're a fan of the character, the brand, or just love cool toys that are awesome in a 1990s comics sort of way. In the recent interview with the Toddfather that I mentioned above, you really get how much McFarlane loves doing things his own way. Spawn is a line that's just so different than most other lines these days but it's definitely resonating with fans.
If you're looking for more of She-Spawn/ Jessica Priest I've also reviewed the Jessica Priest figure from the vintage Spawn: The Movie line.