The Beastie Boys are now selling the G.I. Joe versions of themselves featured in their most recent Spike Jonze-directed video, Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win. After battling for their plastic lives throughout the clip, the group now sets its sights on a new foe--childhood cancer.
Produced by Nowhere Ltd. And Bathing Ape the action figures are being sold on the Beastie Boys official website for $750 and will include three doll stands, numerous accessories and even extra hand attachments. The proceeds will be split between the Pablove Foundation and Alex's Lemonade Stand. Both organizations raise money and awareness for the fight against childhood cancer.
The purchase of these limited edition action figures will also include a two-disk deluxe version of Beastie Boys Anthology: The Sound of Science, which includes an 88-page book with photographs and lyrics. "These are some real limited edition, explicit, bottle service/v.i.p. type items.," says the website.