Super7 has announced a new action figure rendition of Wu-Tang Clan rapper Ghostface Killah. Designed to look like figures from the ’70s and ’80s, the new Ghostface ReAction Figure is inspired by the cover of his debut solo LP, 1996’s Ironman, and comes with a microphone and gold chain. It stands 3.75″ tall with multiple points of articulation, and you can order yours HERE.
In other Wu-Tang-related news, a new podcast, ODB: A Son Unique, will tell Ol’ Dirty Bastard‘s life story. The eight-party series is hosted by photographer and filmmaker Khalik Allah, who says, “To me, Ol’ Dirty Bastard is a legend and a prophet of Hip Hop. To lend my voice as a host to this podcast has been a true honor and a way of praising the life of one of the most unique geniuses in music. Our lives intersected in many ways, from having mutual friends to both having been enrolled in the curriculum of the Five Percent Nation. Working on this podcast has been a privilege and now I hope the world gains a new perspective on the short but profound life of Ason Unique, also known as the Ol’ Dirty Bastard; the Brooklyn emcee stormed the 1998 Grammy stage and said ‘Wu-Tang is for the children.'”
The series features archival interviews with ODB and Allah’s mentor Popa Wu, as well as new interviews with Buddha Monk, Raekwon, detective Derrick Parker, ODB’s brother Ramsey Jones, biographer Jamie Lowe, lawyer Peter Frankel, Hanif Abdurraqib, and more. The first three episodes are out now, and you can stream them below; three more will be released on subsequent Tuesdays.