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Jayne - Serenity Little Damn Heroes Animated Maquette #3
Jayne - Serenity Little Damn Heroes Animated Maquette #3
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Time for Some Thrilling Heroics

Third in QMx's hit series of Serenity Little Damn Heroes™ limited-edition animated maquettes, "Thrilling Heroics" stars none other than the man they call Jayne (Cobb) himself. Standing 4.5 inches tall, the Jayne maquette is cast in resin, hand painted and comes holding Jayne's very favorite gun, Vera. He's sculpted wearing the cunning hat knitted by his ma and wearing his Blue Sun T-shirt. The one what got River so riled.

Offered in an edition of just 1,000 individually numbered statues and priced at $49.95 each, you best get Jayne before he's gone. We hear he's got a crappy town named after him and that he's skilled at the public relations. Sounds like it's good to have Jayne on your side. Just remember: The living legend needs eggs!

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It's good to have Jayne on your side 4/23/2012
Reviewed by: Brichard from Travelin' the 'verse.
Ever since I found him at a convention years back, Little Jayne's been part of my crew. He's been to farms, camps, ranches, and nearly every place I've called home. Glad to have him with me, though he sometimes has to go without smokin'.
Hero of Canton 8/2/2010
Reviewed by: Alyssa Northover from Australia.
Very pleased with this purchase. Speedy delivery considering I live on the other side of the world. A little bit dwarfed by my Dr. Horrible maquette but otherwise perfect!
Shiny! 4/20/2010
Reviewed by: Calum Doyle from UK.
Wow did I get lucky! My edition number is 945/1000 so just nipped in there! He arrived in the same shipment as Mal. I actually worked out that the arm came off for assembly without snapping it! The only small gripe is that his cigar is a little difficult to balance but once it's in he looks so cool! Very happy!
A man called Jayne 11/2/2009
Reviewed by: Andrew Matner from Staffordshire UK.
Thanks for the warning Nathan. Sorry to hear your broke. This is a great little collectable to stand next to Kaylee (still trying to track down Mal here in the UK) Would love to see Inara next. Great work QMX, but should included an assembly note for future pieces
Lookin' Good! 10/14/2009
Reviewed by: Gary Diana from Terre Haute, IN.
I would add to the above that those of you who live where you maquette will arrive very cold should allow it to warm to room temp before attempting assembly. Mine is unbroken but maybe this will help someone out too, resin becomes brittle when it is cold. I wish I could post the picture I sent in of all my little guys on my shelf of Serenity. I CAN'T WAIT FOR THE NEXT ONE. I only wish I could afford the ship... B^(
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