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    The Walking Dead TV Series 1 - PACKAGED

    Plus, new bloody black & white Rick Grimes exclusive...
















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    Following the release of the comic assortment last month comes McFarlane's first series of The Walking Dead action figures pulled from the hit AMC televeision series. This 6-inch assortment, slated for release this December, will include full-color versions of Rick Grimes and Daryl Dixon, along with a Zombie Walker and Biter. McFarlane also reveals that a bloody black & white Rick Grimes will be available exclusively at Toys"R"Us. Check out the new packaged photos above and below.








    Source: Spawn.com


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    Re: The Walking Dead TV Series 1 - PACKAGED

    I'm really surprised that they didn't do that bicycle girl zombie. Next to Rick riding down the freeway on the horse its probably the most iconic shot from season 1. And a wind up crawling mechanism would really have fit their M.O. for this series

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    Re: The Walking Dead TV Series 1 - PACKAGED

    OHHHHHHHHHHH BABY!

    Articulation. . . . sweet articulation!

    I need a moment. . . . AHHHHHHHHHH

    James

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    Re: The Walking Dead TV Series 1 - PACKAGED

    Articulation. . . . sweet articulation!
    LOL! I guess between these and Todd's Halo figures, folks can stop calling their product "McStatues" now.

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    Re: The Walking Dead TV Series 1 - PACKAGED

    Quote Originally Posted by JeffSaylor View Post
    LOL! I guess between these and Todd's Halo figures, folks can stop calling their product "McStatues" now.


    McStatus ???????????????????????

    That is funny right there!

    James


    CRAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Are these Halo size or Marvel Legend size?

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    Re: The Walking Dead TV Series 1 - PACKAGED

    Ugly looking articulation though.

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    Re: The Walking Dead TV Series 1 - PACKAGED

    Ugly looking articulation though.
    I'd have to agree, especially on poor Daryl. But hey, if it makes fans happy, more power to 'em.

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    Re: The Walking Dead TV Series 1 - PACKAGED

    God this whole line blows. Too small, ugly articulation points, crap sculpts, overpriced and overall boring figures. They are really blowing it with this series and it's a shame being that it's such a good show, the fans deserve better.

    I mean how do you screw up zombie figures? I won't even touch these.

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesandyori View Post
    Are these Halo size or Marvel Legend size?
    Neither, these are smaller than both series. With Halo Reach and ML being about 6 inches tall and Halo 3 being about 5 to 5 1/2 these figures are puny at around 4 inches. Seriously in person they are quite pitifully small.

    And the reason they were dubbed as makers of McStatues is because in their hayday they produced some amazing figures that were extremely high quality, but smaller than normal statues and lacking articulation; especially with the Spawn line. Hence the nickname. Man those were the good ol' days.

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    Re: The Walking Dead TV Series 1 - PACKAGED

    " Why didnt someone tell me my ***** was this big? " it sure looks like they messed up Daryl , is it just me or did they put his waist on backwards ?
    it sure looks that way.( sorry about the Spaceballs quote )
    Yeah i agree with ZombieSlayer909 , Mcfarlane toys have gone downhill in the last couple years . I was hoping these and series one comic figures would be six inches , but was sadly disappointed to see they are itty bitty little zombies. I really wish we could get some more 6 inch zombies again , like Mezco's Attack of the living dead ...I am sad series 2 was cancelled or disappeared.

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    Re: The Walking Dead TV Series 1 - PACKAGED

    I was so overjoyed when they first announced this license and thought it was really the first step in bringing back McFarlane to their glory days. But then they went and pulled pulled this shrunken scale crap again.

    I would have been all over these and buying a small army of zombies if they had only made them in scale with my collection of hundreds of other 6"~7" scale McFarlane (and other) figures.

    Oh well, I'm sure they're sick of hearing "sore losers" like me ranting so all I can say is "good luck with that, McFarlane" and let them go reap the fruits of their (what I feel were mistaken) decisions.

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