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Super7 Reveals ODB Hip-Hop Reaction Figure

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Ol’ Dirty Bastard is being made into an action figure under the new deal from Super7.

Super7 is bringing hip-hop to its world of ReAction Figures with the release of Ol’ Dirty Bastard, a founding member of the rap group the Wu-Tang Clan.

This 3.75" articulated figure of O.D.B. comes on a card back featuring art based on the cover of his platinum-selling debut solo album, Return to the 36 Chambers.

“It is hard to overstate the influence of the Wu-Tang Clan across pop-culture, and the unfortunate early passing of Ol’ Dirty Bastard,” says Brian Flynn, founder and owner, Super7. “As we have been able to make ReAction Figures of our favorite punk and metal heroes over the years, as soon as we could get into Hip-Hop, ODB was the clear first choice. I can still hear the rhymes in my head.”

ReAction Figures celebrate the iconic action figure of our childhood. The unique size and sculpting style was simple while allowing the imagination to go all in on daily adventures. With ReAction Figures, Super7 continues the classic action figure style while making the figures they wished they had while growing up.

“The estate of Ol’ Dirty Bastard is so excited to be working with Super7,” says Nicole Beckett,

creative director, Four Screens Management. “Helping create this ReAction Figure of Ol’

Dirty Bastard with Super7 was an exciting and detailed process. We all were committed to preserving ODB’s legacy by creating the most authentic, 3.75” version of him possible, with his signature braids, grill and mic. Now everyone can have a little ODB in their life!”

The O.D.B. ReAction Figure will be available on and from other retailers on

November 30, 2020.

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