PRESENTING 'LOST' SERIES 2
Photos of the New Figures, Plus Series 3 Lineup
Friday, February 16, 2007
We're proud to bring you photos of LOST Series 2. These hotly anticipated characters join our Series 1 castaways.
MR. EKO - Inspired by LOST Season 2, Episode10, "The 23rd Psalm."
One of the survivors from the tail section, Mr. Eko is a man of few words. He sees that Charlie has a familiar statue of the Virgin Mary, and is led to the wreckage of a small plane that holds the remains of his younger brother, killed in Africa a year before.
PROP: Includes a full-scale replica of the DHARMA ORIENTATION FILM FRAME. Eko finds a missing portion of the Dharma Initiative orientation film hidden within a Bible. When spliced into the portion of the film that Locke has found in the hatch, it reveals vital information to the survivors of Flight 815.
SOUND: "And tell your friends I let you live. That Mr. Eko let you live." - "I understand that you live in a world where righteousness and evil seem very far apart, but that is not the real world." - "Hello, I am Mr. Eko."
>> MR. EKO PROTOTYPE PHOTO 1
>> MR. EKO PROTOTYPE PHOTO 2
JIN - Inspired by LOST Season 2, Episode 2, "Adrift."
Jin is a non-English-speaking Korean who helps build the doomed raft at the conclusion of LOST Season 1. When the voyage meets with disaster he goes missing, later found to be a prisoner of the Others. In a frantic attempt to escape, Jin runs from his captors, warning Sawyer and Michael of their imminent danger.
PROP: Includes a full-scale replica of PAGES FROM SUN'S TRANSLATION BOOK. At the conclusion of Season 1, Jin's wife Sun gives him a booklet of Korean-to-English translation so that he can communicate with Sawyer, Michael and Walt while on the raft.
SOUND: "Others! Others! Others! Others!" - "I love you." - Spoken in Korean: "I can't talk to anyone. I can't understand them. I need you, Sun." - "Everything is going to change" - Spoken in Korean: "Bahlie!" ("Hurry!")
>> JIN PROTOTYPE PHOTO 1
>> JIN PROTOTYPE PHOTO 2
SAWYER - Inspired by LOST Season 1, Episode 20, "Born to Run."
Always on the lookout for No. 1, Sawyer agrees to help build the rescue raft, provided that he is one of its passengers. The voyage does not go as planned, and he finds himself back on the island he is so desperate to escape.
PROP: Includes a full-scale replica of SAWYER'S LETTER. The ultimate conman, James "Sawyer" Ford boards Oceanic Flight 815 after being arrested and deported from Sydney. Among his only possessions is the never-mailed letter he wrote as a child addressed to "Mr. Sawyer," the man who swindled James' parents out of their life savings, which led to their deaths.
SOUND: "I'm a complex guy, sweetheart." - "There are nicer ways to wake a man up, Freckles." - "There's a new sheriff in town boys, y'all best get used to it." - "Fun time is over, Bongo. Why don't you go hit the buffet."
>> SAWYER PROTOTYPE PHOTO
SUN - Inspired by LOST Season 1, Episode 15, "...In Translation."
When Oceanic Flight 815 crashes on a seemingly deserted island, Sun and her husband Jin must face the problems of their crumbling marriage. She gradually finds her independence, and in the conclusion of this pivotal episode, sheds her restrictive clothing in an act of defiance and newfound freedom.
PROP: Includes a full-scale replica of Sun's OCEANIC BOARDING PASS SLEEVE. Every passenger aboard doomed Flight 815 carried a boarding pass. This exact reproduction of the Oceanic boarding pass sleeve is available for the first time exclusively from McFarlane Toys!
SOUND: "Have you never lied to a man you've loved " - "I was going to leave you..... I was going to get away" - "My wedding ring ... it's gone!" - Spoken in Korean: "I'm not saying you should go alone. I'm coming with you."
>> SUN PROTOTYPE PHOTO 1
>> SUN PROTOTYPE PHOTO 2
Look for LOST Series 2 figures to arrive in stores in July.
LOST SERIES 3 FIGURE ANNOUNCEMENT
We're excited to announce the figure lineup for LOST Series 3 - four more central characters scheduled to be in stores in October.
- Henry Gale
Stay tuned to SPAWN.com for complete photography as it becomes available.
To see photos of our Series 1 figures, visit our online LOST feature here.