TFNY: NECA Ultimate and Clothed Figures

New York Toy Fair keeps on giving, my wallet is crying and I blame NECA. So let’s talk about some figures, some ultimate and clothed horror figures.

Ultimate Figures

First up we have IT and don’t worry there is a figure for the always beloved Tim Curry – Pennywise and the new Bill Skarsgård version.

IT (1990) – 7″ Scale Action Figure – Ultimate Pennywise v.2

From the revered 1990 horror mini-series Stephen King’s IT, Pennywise the killer clown is back in a new Ultimate figure!

Based on Tim Curry’s portrayal of the terrifying clown, this 7″ scale figure is faithful to his on-screen appearance and packed with detail and accessories. Pennywise is fully articulated and features a total of three all new interchangeable heads, plus interchangeable hands (including a massive monster hand), “Turn Back Now” balloon and 3-D “emerging hand” book.

Comes in collector-friendly deluxe window box packaging with opening flap.

Release Date: Q3 2019

IT – 7″ Scale Action Figure – Ultimate “Dancing Clown” Pennywise

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, and is presented in an Ultimate format with special packaging and LED lights inside one of the heads. This version features 4 head sculpts, 3 of which are all-new heads: “Judith” Painting Head, “Emerging Arms” Head, and Light-Up “Deadlights” Head with LED light inside the mouth. The figure also includes interchangeable articulated insect arms, interchangeable forearms, and 2 pairs of hands.

The special window box packaging has a fold down flap in homage to the Dancing Clown scene from the film. Uses button cell batteries, included.

Release Date: Q2 2019
We also have a new Jason but not Jason figure. You know what I’m talking about, A New Beginning.

Friday the 13th – 7″ Scale Action Figure – Ultimate Part 5 Roy Burns

NECA presents the definitive collector’s version of Roy Burns, the deranged impostor Jason from Friday the 13th: A New Beginning!

This deluxe 7″ scale action figure features over 25 points of articulation and comes with tons of accessories—removable mask with blue chevrons that were unique to Part 5, cleaver, hunting knife, machete, garden shears, road flare, railroad spike, and much more.

Comes in a display-friendly deluxe window box with opening flap.

Release Date: Q2 2019

We have one other figure that hasn’t officially been said to be an Ultimate figure but judging by the pic I believe it is and it’s probably by far my favorite mostly because I never thought it would become a figure of any kind.

The Crooked Man

We haven’t seen any packaging for this or heard of any release date so far but this has me hoping we’ll see Insidious figures like the Lipstick-Face Demon and Parker Crane

Clothed Figures

NECA is bringing out some exciting clothed figures. Now we don’t have alot of info about these, none of them have been uploaded to NECA’s website except for one.
Halloween (2018) – 8” Clothed Action Figure – Michael Myers

The newest Michael Myers joins NECA’s clothed action figure line!

Based on his appearance in the thrilling new Halloween movie, Michael stands 8″ tall, is fully articulated and includes knife and hammer accessories.

Comes in window box packaging.

 

They Live – Reporters

Trick ‘r Treat – Sam

And my personal favorite of the Clothed Figures

Halloween 3 – Trick or Treaters

That is all the Ultimate and Clothed horror figures revealed from New York Toy Fair Day 1 readers but maybe NECA will have some more in store for us tomorrow.

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I was born and raised in West Virginia (insert WV movie cliches here). Growing up life was boring back in the sticks. I had no friends nearby, and nothing to do. However, the living room was like a cinema library. All the DVDs, and VHS towering to the ceiling. So while my school friends were hanging out or playing games online together, I was at home studying, memorizing, and falling in love with movies. Around the age of five or six the earliest horror movie I remember watching was Evil Dead II: Death By Dawn, it was roughly recorded off TV on to VHS along with The Labyrinth and a few others that weren't rememberable. I just recall being blown away at what I was seeing, especially when Linda's head is tightened in the vice, and Ash slowly carves into her skull with his chainsaw. There my addiction began, so I started gathering up every horror movie I could find in the house. Finding titles like The Thing, The Stuff, Halloween and if we didn't have it, off to Blockbusters I went (Good lord I miss Blockbusters). After that I was hooked, horror became my first love of cinema and every other genre got back seat. My Top 5 Favorites of Horror Evil Dead II: Death By Dawn (1987) Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988) Alien (1979) Creepshow (1982) Dead Alive (1992)