NECA Kicks Off 2014 SDCC Friday Reveals with a Pacific Rim 3-pack!
May 16, 2014

The following news was posted today over on the official NECA website announcing another of their 2014 SDCC exclusives:

TGISDCCFF!

We’re kicking off a new series of features spotlighting this year’s San Diego Comic-Con action figure exclusives! Summer’s just around the corner — it won’t be long until you can snag one these limited edition beauties at our booth.

If you can’t attend Comic-Con, we will be making LIMITED QUANTITIES available both inside and outside the US. Specifics will be announced shortly before the convention begins.

SDCC Exclusive #2: Pacific Rim “End Titles” Jaeger Action Figure 3-Pack!

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This special edition 3-pack is a deluxe recreation of the end credits for the hit film Pacific Rim! It contains black-colored, high-gloss-finish action figures of Gipsy Danger, Crimson Typhoon, and Striker Eureka, packaged and positioned in the same formation seen in the credits. The 7″ Jaegers also have glow-in-the-dark paint effects on their “visors” (or conn-pod windows).

The background insert and printing on the acetate window utilize the same graphics created by Imaginary Forces in rendering this scene for the film. The window box is covered with a protective slipcover featuring an embossed foil-printed insignia of the Pan Pacific Defense Corps.

Details

  • –Limited to 5,000 pieces worldwide
  • –Price will be $60
  • –Visor areas glow in the dark
  • –Collectible packaging with embossed, foil-printed slipcase

See you next week 
for another SDCC reveal!

 

Read more: http://necaonline.com/48121/blog/san-diego-comic-con/sdcc-feature-friday-2-exclusive-end-titles-pacific-rim-action-figure-3-pack/#ixzz31tm7fPWC

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