In her first season as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Sarah Michelle Gellar slayed, quipped and romanced her way into television history. The show and the role were uncharted territory on television, but Sarah was able traverse the cliches of the genre and make Buffy a genuine original that became an icon of female empowerment. Vunerable, funny, and sexy, yet able to kick butt at the drop of a dime, "Prophecy Girl" was the episode that showed all the sides to Buffy and solidified the audience's love for this new breed of hero.
The "Prophecy Girl" Buffy figure features over 30 points of articulation, for full range of motion. Buffy is ready for her second round with the Master, although looking a little beaten and bedraggled after round one, with a fresh bite mark on her neck and scratches on her chest, and a dress looking slightly the worse for wear. Buffy is equipped with her cross necklace, stake, crossbow, and Vampyre book, and a 12 inch 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' figure stand.
boxed, by Sideshow Collectibles, 2004.
SAFETY WARNING: Time and Space Toys, markets and sells all products on this website as collectible and decorative items. These products include toy items that are sold as collectibles or decor items to be used by teenagers and adults. All purchases on the website must be made by an adult 18 years and over, and such purchase constitutes as an agreement that the purchased item will be used only by persons over the age of 13 years.*Please click "About Us" button for Pre-Order policy.
© Time & Space Toys, 2012.