Wrestling's Heels and Faces® NYCC Exclusive Sabu
Regular price $40.00
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The price of this listing will increase following the pre-order window (Thursday, October 6, 2022 at 12:00pm ET–Saturday, October 22, 2022 at 12:00pm ET). Lock in the lowest price now to reserve your figure and get it first before everyone else!
Recreate key in-ring moments and memorable main-event matches from the past and present with the Wrestling’s Heels and Faces® vintage-style action figures! These officially licensed, premium-quality, 4.5-inch scale figures come in a stylized form factor signature to early 1990s wrestling action figures, positioned in a dynamic pose. Each uniquely hand-sculpted, highly-detailed, fully-posable figure features realistic likeness, authentic ring attire, and nostalgic, blister-card packaging. Collectors can add their favorite wrestlers from yesterday and today to their collection. Each figure sold separately, subject to availability. Colors and decorations may vary. For ages 18 and up.
“The Death-Defying Maniac” Sabu has undergone a makeover with refreshed deco and new features! Limited to 2,500 worldwide and exclusively available during the week of New York Comic Con (NYCC) 2022! Sabu directly receives a percentage of each and every sale.
- Removable keffiyeh entrance accessory
- Individually-sculpted scars across body
- Soft-goods, hand-tied sash around waist
- Metallic pink pants
- 4 points of articulation
Figures are packaged and shipped with the utmost care.
All international orders are responsible for any import fees.
Estimated Ship Date: Q1 2023 (January–March)
If you order any other in-stock items with this NYCC Exclusive Sabu pre-order item, everything will ship together once the NYCC Exclusive Sabu begins shipping.
Direction/Development: Zombie Sailor
Blueprint Design: Ron Rudat
Sculpt: Alex Heinke
Prototypes: Jeremy Monz
Paint and Fabrication: Jennifer Johnson
Packaging: John Lucas Reyes
Photograph: George Tahinos
Illustration: Rich Davies