Take Captain Tight Pants home: New Mal Reynolds 'Firefly' figure

Nathan Fillion can be yours thanks to this action figure of Malcolm Reynolds from Joss Whedon's "Firefly" and "Serenity."

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Now everyone can pretend Nathan Fillion lives with them. Entertainment Earth

Shiny! The antihero Captain Malcolm Reynolds (played by Nathan Fillion) from the TV series "Firefly" and movie "Serenity" is now a screen-accurate articulated action figure available for pre-order from Entertainment Earth.

"Every nuance, from Mal's pistol to his suspenders, was taken directly from screen-used costume and prop references," Entertainment Earth says on its website. "This attention to detail is topped off by one of the most realistic renderings of actor Nathan Fillion ever done."

This highly articulated figure of Captain Malcolm Reynolds, which stands 12 inches tall, includes 38 points of articulation and interchangeable hands.

The figure wears microsuede clothes, with brass buckles on the Browncoat, which is designed to move realistically. Mal comes with an "authentically tailored button-down shirt fit to the articulated body like a real shirt; tight pants with 'solo' stripes on the side; real fabric and simulated leather suspenders; high-quality boots made to mimic heavy-grain and weathered leather; multiple interchangeable hands; and a display base," Entertainment Earth says on its website, adding, "This is the definitive figure of Malcolm Reynolds!"

Just imagine all the fun you can have with your own figure of Captain Tight Pants -- as he's affectionately nicknamed -- as you pretend he's yelling "I swear by my pretty floral bonnet, I will end you!" at your other collectibles.

The figure costs $179.99 and is available for pre-order now. Captain Mal ships in October 2014.

 

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