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Nightmare On Elm Street 5 Dream Child Freddy Krueger 7" Figure Sdcc

  • $ 5998

A Nightmare
on Elm Street 5


Freddy Krueger
7" action figure
NECA / Reel Toys

San Diego Comic Con 2012 Exclusive
Black & White Comic Book Freddy Krueger

There’s never been a better argument in favor of insomnia than A Nightmare on Elm Street and for the latest in NECA's series of San Diego Comic Con exclusive items, they've got the gloved one himself, Freddy Krueger. As he appeared in the fifth installment of the franchise, The Dream Child. The movie, which came out in 1989 has a cult within the cult of the larger series and what really matters it features some of Freddy’s best kills ever. This special edition Freddy figure re-creates the 'Nightmares From Hell' comic book dream sequence as seen in The Dream Child. Figure is highly detailed and well sculpted.

Best of all might be Mark Gray. A comic book geek before it was cool to be a comic book geek. Mark fantasized about getting the girl, being the hero, etc. So what did Freddy do? Freddy sucked him into a comic book world to live out his worst nightmare of course. He is the dream master after all. Mark, brave and hopeless soul that he was fought back by turning himself into his own superhero, The Phantom Prowler and blowing Freddy to tiny little bits. *Spoiler alert*: It didn’t work. Freddy came back to life, turned Mark into paper and sliced him to shreds with his always-terrifying glove. My favorite moment from the film.

But, to honor Mark’s efforts and to honor the series as NECA always does, they've included an actual foldable, sliceable paper recreation of Mark Gray with this gray-scale 7″ Freddy action figure, which captures the look of that death scene and the comic book world. What could be more perfect for SDCC than a superhero-destroying Freddy Krueger? NECA is the first to give us this moment immortalized in plastic. Freddy features black & white deco and rides a specially modified skateboard w/ blades on the tail. Accessories include custom skateboard, removable hat and paper doll of Mark Grey.

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