From their pioneering mid-80s material (Powerslave, Somewhere in Time) to Y2K's Brave New World, Iron Maiden is classic British heavy metal. And their skeletal sidekick Eddie has been along for the entire ride. Maiden fans have been screaming for an Eddie action figure and their wishes were granted in 2002. McFarlane and Maiden: the real number of the Beast. This legendary metal mascot has graced Iron Maiden's album covers since the beginning. This figure, the second in the Iron Maiden series, is based on the artwork that accompanied the Trooper single from the "Piece Of Mind" album.
Eddie the Trooper stands 5 5/8 inches tall in his hunched position. He features 10 points of articulation (neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, waist, ankles). Eddie includes a bloody sword with scabbard, a tattered Union Jack flag and a full custom Iron Maiden base to stand on.