NECA’s It: Chapter Two Ultimate Pennywise Action Figure Returns to Derry
This figure features four different interchangeable heads to recreate all of your favorite moments from the movie.
Pennywise the Dancing Clown is back, this time as an action figure based on his appearance, as portrayed by Bill Skarsgård, in It: Chapter Two.
This Ultimate Pennywise features a new body sculpt as well as interchangeable hands and four different heads. One of the heads in particular is quite the nice addition, allowing collectors to recreate the memorable “Bob Gray” transformation scene from the film, as witnessed by Bev.
From the newly released It: Chapter Two, the nightmarish clown returns! It’s been 27 years and the Losers Club must find a way to defeat it once and for all.
Based on Bill Skarsgård’s portrayal of the shape-shifting creature, this 7″ scale figure features an all-new body to showcase Pennywise’s costume change in the second movie. To recreate the most terrifying scenes from the film, the fully articulated figure has four interchangeable heads, plus interchangeable hands and red balloon.
Comes in collector-friendly deluxe window box packaging with opening flap.
The It: Chapter Two Ultimate Pennywise is set to release in March 2020 with a suggested retail price of $32.99. Is there enough variation here to get you to buy another Pennywise or will you skip out on this return trip to Derry, Maine? Let us know which of NECA’s Pennywise figures you enjoy the most.
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