Neca has just announced some new Halloween II (1981) joining their line of retro-styled collectible figures in 2020, including Michael Myers and, even more exciting, a two-pack featuring Dr. Loomis and Laurie Strode.
These eight-inch scale figures will be part of Neca’s “clothed action figure” retro line.
Based on his appearance in the classic 1981 sequel, Michael Myers comes complete with a knife, scalpel, syringe, hammer, as well as an alternate hand and bloody tears head, all highly detailed and fully poseable with multiple points of articulation and a tailored coveralls costume. It will come in clamshell packaging with brand new art by Jason Edmiston.
The Laurie and Loomis figures come with pistols and an interchangeable hand (with lighter), and are highly detailed and fully poseable, featuring the authorized likenesses of Donald Pleasence and Jamie Lee Curtis. This is the first time an officially licensed Laurie Strode figure from the original Halloween continuity has ever been released, and only the second officially licensed Loomis figure ever produced.
The two-pack also comes with a pumpkin accessory depicting the opening credits skull-jackolantern from Halloween II., and will arrive in window box packaging that recreates the look of Haddonfield Memorial Hospital.
The new figures are scheduled for release in May 2020. And we are expected an updated release date on Neca’s Halloween III: Season of the Witch trick or treat figures
this quarter too. UPDATE: Neca tweeted today that the H3 figures are “probably” arriving in late February.
You can see a a gallery of photos of the new figures below.
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