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NEW: Back To The Future - 7" Scale Action Figure - Ultimate Doc Brown From NECA


Back To The Future - 7" Scale Action Figure - Ultimate Doc Brown From NECA

NECA really do push the boat out when it comes to their action figures.  This latest figure, Doc Brown from Back to the Future is no exception.  Coming in at 7" and with interchangeable hands and head it really is a thing of beauty!  I particularly like the head of shock which is either from the scene where the clockwork car catches fire or I suspect because there is a wrench included with the figure, it's where the electric mains cable detaches just before the lightning strike.  But wait!  He's wearing goggles so it has to be with the clockwork car right?  I guess that's why there are two heads.  Wish there was a little model car too.



The figure is out in November and here is the product page on NECA's website.  Here's their small press release about the figure:

Great Scott! Doctor Emmett Brown, the genius behind the first time machine and one of the greatest movie characters of all time, is joining NECA's Ultimate line.

Using the official licensed likness of actor Christopher Lloyd, Ultimate Doc Brown is based on his 1955 appearance in Back to the Future with 2 interchangeable heads portraying a generic expression and the iconic shocked expression. To help Marty get back to 1985, Doc Brown also comes with a wrench, drawing of the flux capacitor, interchangeable hands, a blueprint of his house, and a letter from Marty!

Comes in window box packaging




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