Jason Voorhees is the main antagonist and center piece of the Friday the 13thfranchise and one of the two main antagonists of the crossover film Freddy vs. Jason, along with Freddy Krueger. He was an almost completely silent, undead, and seemingly unstoppable killing machine. Jason was an iconic madman who haunts Camp Crystal Lake and the surrounding area, driven to slaughter anyone he encounters by a burning need to avenge the death of his beloved mother, Pamela Voorhees.
Jason Voorhees has killed (around) 151 people. This counts Andy’s and Debbie’s unborn child, twenty of the people he killed during his body possession spree, Creighton Duke’s girlfriend, and, in two deleted scenes, an unnamed man in a bathroom, and Vicki’s boyfriend (which some of them are completely off-screen) over the years.
From Kotobukiya. You’ve never seen your favorite horror movie icons like this! Kotobukiya brings a bold new direction to their popular series of Bishoujo Statues with the Freddy vs. Jason pair up and following after Freddy is a new character interpretation by Shunya Yamashita of the slasher JASON VOORHEES! The Friday the 13th series began in 1980 with murders at Camp Crystal Lake, though it wasn’t until the sequel that Jason put on the famous mask and took matters into his own hands. Through successive sequels, Voorhees would leave a trail of bodies from Crystal Lake to Manhattan, hell, and even the future before coming into conflict with Krueger in Freddy vs. Jason. Yamashita and Kotobukiya’s version of the slasher takes its inspiration from Jason’s on-screen look but mixes in a beautiful girl in the bishoujo style. Voorhees stands in a relaxed pose in her tattered pants, top, and jacket with the iconic machete in one hand and an axe held over her shoulder. The scraps of her clothing reveal quite a bit of skin and her muscular physique, while her cute face is partly obscured by the nightmarish hockey mask strapped to the side of her head! Sculpted by Takaboku Busujima (Busujimax), Jason stands over 8 1/2 Inches tall (1/7 scale).
“Ah, what are you gonna do?”