That’s right, we’re once again dutifully heading to San Diego Comic Con, July 22-26, and we’re bringing our best convention exclusives yet!
Feast your eyes and behold!
Street Fighter 4 Guile in Charlie Costume
Based on the DLC Classic Costume Pack from Street Fighter 4, Guile pays tribute to his war buddy Charlie by donning his classic costume. This figure features over 30 points of articulation, interchangeable hands, and a newly sculpted torso and vest.
Dead Space Isaac Clarke in Unitology Suit
Isaac comes with LED Lights on the mask and spine, more than 20 points of articulation and the Unitology version of the Cutter weapon (not pictured). He features unique deco to recreate his Unitology Suit from the Dead Space video game.
Gears of War Lambent Locust Grenadier
An exclusive version of the Locust, mutated from prolonged exposure to Imulsion. The convention special Lambent Grenadier features a translucent head, torso and upper arms, with all new deco to recreate the Lambent ranks of the Locust and the Gnasher shotgun.
TMNT April O’Neil with Mousers
NECA proudly presents this special edition April O’Neil action figure, based on the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics created by Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman. April is fully poseable and comes with two menacing Mouser villains with articulated jaws. Celebrate 25 years of TMNT with this exclusive set.
Coraline in Star Spangled Sweater
This special edition figure of Coraline from Henry Selick and Neil Gaiman‘s hit stop motion film features a brand new outfit and facial expression not available anywhere else. Coraline also sports a fully poseable bendable doll body and articulation at the neck, wrists and boots, and comes with a doll stand for display.
Note: In light of the economic situation and in gratitude to collectors and fans, NECA is proud to announce that for the sixth consecutive year the prices for our Exclusives will remain the same at the low price of $20 each.
Due to the increased costs of freight and storage at the convention site itself, we’re bringing in smaller edition sizes on all of our exclusives. For those unable to attend the San Diego Comic Con, we will be offering limited quantities online through the NECA store on Amazon.com. Watch for more details closer to the event.
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