A blast from Billy Peltzer and Kate Beringer's past, Mohawk brought back manic memories for the Kingston Falls couple when he led a Mogwai revolt at Clamp Enterprises as a reincarnated version of Stripe from 1984's Gremlins. Nintendo gamers also had their hands full taking on the clever creature in 1990's Gremlins 2: The New Batch video game, and now NECA is giving collectors the chance to relive their pixelated pasts with their 7-inch scale Mohawk video game action figure.

Due out this June from NECA, the Mohawk video game action figure stands over six inches tall, has a hinged jaw, and comes with his machine gun from the game. We have full details and a look at the figure below (courtesy of NECA):

"NECA’s line of classic video game tribute figures welcomes the most evil Gremlin of them all! Mohawk gets the 8-bit treatment based on his 1990 Gremlins video game appearance.

The figures stands over 6″ tall and is fully articulated, including a hinged jaw. Special paint deco reproduces the game’s pixilated look, and it comes with a machine gun accessory. Special window box packaging re-creates the look and feel of the classic video game cartridge box."

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Source: NECA via Figures.com
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