Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s The Walking Dead character Negan has been quite a favorite among the fans. The actor played an iconic villain that will be remembered by the viewers for a long time even after the Season 8 finale featured a massive defeat for Negan and his gang of Survivors.
Fans know that when the show returns for Season 9 things will not be the same. Negan will be gone and Rick Grimes, Daryl Dixon, Maggie and other will be moving on to a new adventure. For those hardcore fans of Negan, McFarlane Toys is set to launch a fully-detailed resin statue of Negan. The collectible will be available in the store, later this year.
Comicbook has all the details about the toy. By the look of it, one can say the statue is a close resemblance to Morgan’s television character. The toy company has not missed out on Negan’s iconic weapon, the baseball bat, he lovingly called Lucille and used to smash his enemies.
He named the bat after his wife, who died during the apocalypse. Fans will remember Negan using the bat throughout the season but is notably known for using Lucille to kill Glenn Rhee and Abraham Ford.
The image of the toy shows Negan smashing the brains of one of three walkers crawling over him. While one of the walkers is trying to bite his back, the other one is wrapped around his leg and Negan has smashed the head of the third walker.
As per the publication, the toy is 12.5 inches tall and 12.5 inches deep. It a limited edition, hand-painted cold-cast resin statue with alternate interchangeable heads. These are one of a kind and fans must hurry to grab them as the toy company is launching only a 1,000 statues. Other features include magnetic assembly and rotating base. Every statue has its own number, certificate of authenticity and signature of Todd McFarlane, the comic book creator and the owner of McFarlane toys.
The statue will be made available for $329 in stores in October when The Walking Dead Season 9 premieres.
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