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Creepy Steve Jobs Action Figure Will Be a Real Collector's Item Apple expected to take action against toy company

Steve Jobs left us in 2011, but you'll still hear more about him than most living CEOs in the coming year. Here, the Apple founder gets the superhero treatment in the form of a new action figure, courtesy of a Chinese toy company. Its "realistic head sculpt" and "highly articulated body" come with two pairs of glasses, three pairs of hands (?), and the familiar black turtleneck and jeans. The figure costs $99, but it appears Apple has already begun legal proceedings against the company—having squashed similar dolls in the past. Thus, the doll itself seems way more realistic than its chances of actually getting sold. More images after the jump.











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