Here’s undeniable proof that Mortal Kombat and Enter the Dragon are indeed one in the same.
As we’ve established, when it comes to small-scale figures, Figmas are the best. Especially when they leave fictional series behind and recreate actual historical badasses like Bruce Lee.
You might like Bruce Lee. You might love him. But can you do this?
This is 20 year-old Abbas Alizada. He totally looks like Bruce Lee, from his physical features to his ability to pull off martial arts moves. It's no surprise that the Kabul native's nickname is "Afghan Bruce Lee."
Bruce Lee's been in video games before. But his latest appearance as a playable character—in EA's upcoming UFC game—just feels weird.
And it's definitely not safe for children, either—these action figures of famous celebrities and characters are troublemakers. The real Toy Story looks so wholesome by comparison!
Bruce Lee is gone, but his movies live on. That, and memorabilia, including his most iconic outfits, which are up for auction in Hong Kong,.
Yearned for, yes. But swoon? It takes a rare figure - and a rare subject matter - to do that. Something Enterbay's Bruce Lee piece does with ease.
Martial arts superstar Bruce Lee is the latest deceased celebrity to re-appear in CG form to sell you things.
In Sleeping Dogs, you could get a outfit that was basically what Bruce Lee wore in Game of Death. And lead character Wei Shen kicked ass in a way that paid homage to the martial arts icon. Now, the next big add-on for Square Enix' open-world hit goes even further into the funky world of 1970s kung-fu cinema with the…
In 1972, Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris faced off in Way of the Dragon. Here, that fight has been reimagined as a Shenmue style quick time event.