NECA Toys Friday The 13th – Ultimate Part 2 Jason Voorhees Figure Review


Friday The 13th Part 2 follows where the first film left off, and focuses on a new group of counselors converging on Camp Crystal Lake for training, and unknowingly cross paths with Jason Voorhees, This is the first time that Jason is the killer, as the first film his mother was the killer. The film is a cult classic that was released in 1981. Jason features a brand new figure sculpt, along with new interchangeable heads, weapons as described below, a campfire, and a Mrs. Voorhees severed head.

Thank you to NECA Toys for providing their Friday The 13th – Ultimate Part 2 Jason Voorhees Figure for review. 

Availability: July 2018


Jason Voorhees first appeared like this in in the sequel to Friday The 13th, which was the first time fans were introduced to the character. In this initial introduction, Jason had not yet put the iconic hockey mask on, and instead used a sack and tied it around his neck, with one eye looking through it. To most people, this version of Jason isn’t recognizable as the hockey mask versions that appeared in the following sequels. In addition, the clothing that he wore in this film was unique to this film only, as in later sequels he had worn clothing that would become cult classics and much more recognizable.



This figure takes homage to Friday the 13th Part 2, which introduced Jason to audiences and he would become the killer at Camp Crystal Lake. Jason stands at 7 1/2″ tall and features a realistic likeness to the film. This outfit includes blue overalls that are covered in dirt with a paint wash over several parts including the lower legs, buttocks, knees and hips, and a blue plaid shirt with white stripes and black squares. The overalls include copper buttons in the front, and a white patch in the back. The plaid shirt includes white buttons going down and a collar. Jason includes two head sculpts, one with a sack over his head, and the other showing his head and long blonde hair. In every other version of Jason Voorhees, Jason is bald, so it’s unusual to see him with hair. The head sculpt with a sack over it is nicely detailed and painted in an off white with dirt on it, and sculpted with realistic folds and textures. The sack is also covered in dirt, and the detailed paint applications here, including the eye ball poking through look amazing. The sack is tied in place using a brown string, which goes around the upper part of his neck. The head sculpt with his facial details really looks incredible, with nicely sculpted and painted eyes, nose, and a mouth. The hair is blonde with a dark wash over it, and parts of the hair are falling off revealing bald spots and showcasing his deformed head. The head has a rough and bumpy look as seen in the film, with a dark paint wash painted over parts of the head.



Included with Jason is a machete, a pitch fork, a spear, a shovel, a pick axe, , a knife, as well as his mother’s severed head. There is also a campfire with a detachable flame. The camp figure looks incredible and the rocks around it and sticks come loaded with sculpted details and realistic paint applications. The flame is made of orange and yellow translucent plastic, and looks great. Mrs. Voorhees severed head has as much detail as Jason’s, and the flesh clearly looks to be decomposing, but not as fast as it should given the fact that its been five years since the events of the first film. The head includes blood and intestines coming out of the neck, detailed hair with great paint applications, and nicely detailed facial details.

Jason’s articulation includes a ball jointed head, swivel-hinged shoulders, swivel-hinged elbows, ball jointed wrists, ab crunch, swivel waist with limited range of motion because of the overalls, ball jointed hips, swivel-hinged knees, and ball jointed ankles.

Overall, Jason Voorhees is an excellent figure with great detail, paint and sculpting, and fans are sure to love this one.


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