NECA Invites You to Visit Pennywise's Well House
Beep beep, Ritchie.
NECA strikes again, releasing another disturbing version of Pennywise the Dancing Clown as portrayed by Bill Skarsgård in 2017's It. This time around, we are getting our favorite creepy clown as he appeared during The Loser Club's investigation of his home, the Well House.
Ultimate Well House Pennywise features four different head sculpts, one of which collectors can put a fence post through, just as Beverly did, as well as numerous different hands that enable a recreation of pretty much any attack from that scene.
From the acclaimed 2017 horror film IT, drawn from the pages of Stephen King’s original novel, NECA presents Pennywise the Dancing Clown!
Based on Bill Skarsgård’s portrayal of the nightmare-inducing clown, this 7” scale figure has been painstakingly detailed to be as accurate to Pennywise’s ornate costume as possible. To recreate even more of the most terrifying scenes from the movie, this version features 4 all-new head sculpts, a fencepost that can be inserted into one of the heads, a new monster right hand, new grabbing hands, and an additional new left hand.
This edition comes in collector-friendly deluxe window box packaging with opening flap.
Ultimate Well House Pennywise is available for pre-order now with a release set for the first quarter of 2019. This figure will only set you back $26.99.
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