NECA’s Third Wave of Toony Terrors Announced, Including Evil Dead’s Ash Williams
The set also includes figures based on The Nun and horror classic Nosferatu.
Collectible company NECA has announced the third wave of its ongoing Toony Terrors series of 6-inch tall figures, each giving off a distinct Saturday morning cartoon vibe.
Ash Williams from Evil Dead 2, Valak from The Conjuring spin-off The Nun, and the classic vampire Nosferatu will all be joining the likes of Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger, Pinhead, and more from the previous waves. Check out the full details and production images below.
Series 3 of the adorably creepy Toony Terrors line will bring more stylized horror icons into the mix!
Standing approximately 6 inches tall, the action figure assortment includes Ash (Evil Dead 2) with shotgun accessory, The Nun (The Conjuring Universe) with painting accessory, and Count Orlok (Nosferatu) with rat accessory.
The third wave of Toony Terrors figures will be available in March 2020 at a retail price of $13.99 each, or in a three-piece set for $46.99. What is your opinion on these latest cartoon-esque figures from NECA? Which, if any, of these horror icons will you be adding to your collection? Sound off in the comments below or on social media.
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