Skybound Celebrates 15 Years of Rick Grimes with SDCC Exclusive Box Set
Skybound unveils a box set of 4 special Rick Grimes figures.
San Diego Comic Con is right around the corner and, as such, numerous companies are beginning to announce the con-exclusive collectibles that they will be bringing for sale at their booths. Skybound Entertainment, Robert Kirkman's company responsible for all things based on The Walking Dead comic series, has its own special offering for SDCC attendees: The Rick Grimes 15th Anniversary Box Set.
The set will contain four 5" action figures by McFarlane toys featuring the evolution of Rick from his days as a Sheriff in the early apocalypse to the middle of the popular "All Out War" story line, and finally starting over with "A New Beginning." However, a 4th figure will also be included in the box set, a brand-new Rick dressed as Negan from the issue 163 alternative cover by Charlie Adlard.[blockquote-0]
Luckily for collectors, Skybound usually has an abundance of their SDCC figures and makes them available for sale online afterwards. Even though I personally stopped seriously collecting The Walking Dead figures following the switch of the TV show line to the 7" size, that "Rick as Negan" figure is something I've just got to have for my shelf.
Will you be grabbing yourself this box set? Which of the four action figures excites you the most? Let us know in the comments.
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