NECA Doesn't Care If You've Been Naughty or Nice
As long as you buy their latest Silent Night, Deadly Night figure.
As if horror fans needed another reason to proclaim their love for NECA, the collectible toy company has once again announced another must-have action figure. This time, however, collectors are getting something a bit more unique as opposed to another Jason Voorhees or Freddy Krueger variant. In fact, NECA is taking on a new franchise altogether, releasing the first-ever figure of Billy Chapman from 1984's holiday-themed slasher film Silent Night, Deadly Night.
He knows when you’ve been naughty!
From the 1984 holiday slasher, this Billy Chapman action figure is dressed in a fabric Santa suit with removable sculpted hat and features the authorized likeness of actor Robert Brian Wilson. The fully poseable figure stands 8 inches tall and comes with hammer and axe accessories.
Re-sealable clamshell packaging with modern artwork.
The Santa Billy figure will be part of NECA's throw-back "Mego-style" line featuring a real cloth outfit and is set to release in September with an MSRP of $29.99 USD.
Were you surprised to see a cult-classic movie such as Silent Night, Deadly Night receive a release from NECA? What other horror movie figures would you like to see them take on? Share your thoughts and ideas in the comments.
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