We’ve started a master post for all of NECA’s SDCC exclusives for 2013, and we’ll update as soon as we get information on any additions.
[UPDATE JUNE 23]
We thought they were all done, but NECA had one more SDCC exclusive to announce, the Kick-Ass 2 Betsy Ross Prop Replica.
Modeled after the “big stick” that Colonel Stars and Stripes (Jim Carrey), this was directly copied from the screen prop used in the movie.
Betsy Ross was directly copied from the screen-used prop used by Jim Carrey in Kick-Ass 2 and is made of wood with metal stars on one end and a detailed grip tape handle on the other. This hand painted replica of Colonel Stars & Stripes’ ax handle is 28 inches long and 8 inches in diameter at its thickest end.
The Betsy Ross replica will be available exclusively at the NECA booth at San Diego Comic-Con 2013 and limited to 2000 pieces. It will sell for $50.
[UPDATE MAY 31]
NECA’s Kick Ass 2 Series 1 action figures will hit retail shelves this August but they will be branded in a “PG” manner safe for the masses. “KA2″ will be the title on the packaging and the character names will be sanitized accordingly – KA and MF’er for example.
However at SDCC you will be able to purchase all three of the Series 1 figures first and most importantly in “R” Rated Uncensored Packaging. Sold as a set of all three individually packaged figures, Kick Ass, Hit Girl and The Motherfucker will be available at the NECA booth for $75 for the set.
Please note that the actual figures and accessories contained within will be the same as the retail releases, but the “R” Rated Explicit packaging will only be available at SDCC.
Figures.com has the scoop on NECA’s Friday the 13th Jason (1989 Video Game Appearance) Comic-Con Exclusive figure and packaging. And yes, it is as awesome as it sounds. It’ll go for $25.
Action Figure Insider had the exclusive reveal on that SDCC-exclusive Predator we mentioned a few weeks back. NECA will be selling the Albino Predator figure exclusively at Comic-Con this year. You might remember this pretty fella from the Batman vs. Predator fan film Dead End, which not coincidentally, also made its debut at SDCC ten years ago.