Steve Jobs Action Figure Bypasses Cool, Goes Straight To Creepy

By: Shaylin Clark - January 3, 2012

Steve Jobs’ death a few months ago was greeted with a huge outpouring of emotion. Displays of grief were many and varied, and lots of people looked for ways to commemorate the man they saw as another Thomas Edison. Now, a company called In Icons has found a… unique way to commemorate Jobs: a 12-inch poseable action figure. G.I. Jobs, as no one is calling it, has not been authorized by Jobs’ family, so it probably won’t ever actually be released. For now, however, you can pre-order it for $99. It’s scheduled for a late February release. I’m guessing that means February 24th, which would have been Jobs’ 57th birthday.

Here are some images of the figure, which is incredibly realistic – bordering on too realistic, if you ask me:

G.I. Jobs

What do you think? Coolest thing ever, or creepiest? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Chad Humphrey

    is this for real? I have to go with creepy.

  • Jawad

    Its hellarious, that guy shouldn’t be remembered in that creepy way!
    It deserve a place in Maddam Rusoo Musium instead.
    I’m going with Creepy

  • Whatsizface

    The only creepy part is the ball-joint that his hand is sitting on.

    Other than that, I like it.