Norman Reedus, who plays the badass crossbow-wielding Daryl Dixon on the AMC hit television series The Walking Dead, posed for McFarlane Toys in a 3D printer for this highly-detailed 10-inch Daryl action figure, so it actually bears an uncanny likeness to the actor. The figure features Daryl in his angel wings stitched biker vest with removable poncho, hunting knife, and crossbow, all in a deluxe boxed packaging.
Check out photos of the Daryl Dixon action figure here below, and be sure to pre-order yours now! The item will be released on November 18, 2013.
DC Entertainment announced on Wednesday that it would be altering its DC Direct action figure and collectibles line by rebranding as DC Collectibles.
DC Collectibles is doing a lot to expand its online presence most importantly by offering all of its products online through their official website, which launches in May. One reason why this is significant is that in its prior incarnation, DC Direct offered nothing as far as purchasing on the site. Customers were either to be redirected to separate sites, or given a list of retailers that carried DC Direct statues and action figures.
There are any number of things to pick up at this year’s San Diego Comic Con, but the ones everyone looks for are the SDCC Exclusives.
So, here is a list of the top five things that will be surfacing on eBay in the next few hours.
1. AFX Transformers Battle Damage Jetfire Bust
One of the coolest characters from Transformers 2 returns in his original form from the cartoon. Not only is this a really cool looking bust, but it also comes with a variant head to give it it’s original Macross/Robotech look. This is too cool for words, but I guess only if you’re like me and are both a Transformers and Robotech fan.
2. Gentle Giant Studios Darth Vader Helmet – Pink Edition
For that special lady in your life who’s as big of a Star Wars nerd as you are, pick up this unique paint job of one of film’s greatest villains. Not only can you pick up the weirdest looking item at the Con, you can feel better about your SDCC trip, since $6.00 of every purchase (up to $10,000) will go towards funding breast cancer research.