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Hot Toys drops some hot Jill Valentine action on us


8:00 AM on 04.24.2010
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As cool as it it to pretend I'd rather have modern art adorning my shelves and intelligent looking coffee table books scattered across my apartment, the truth of the matter is I'd much rather have a large collection of Hot Toys toys all over the place. As Tomopop editor and all around badass Colette Bennett notes, they make great things, and their new Jill Valentine toy is no different.

You can check out a slew of images for this upcoming masterpiece, which features plenty of extra goodies along with it, over at Tomopop. Sadly, you can't get your hands on Jill until the third quarter of 2010 and there is no price on her yet either. Those in the know (read: Colette) are guessing the price to be between $100 and $200, however.

Hot Toys announces theBiohazard 5 Jill Valentine [Tomopop]






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