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Posted May 30, 2014 by Nick Lenihan in News
 
 

SDCC 2014: NECA Reveals ‘Fire and Stone’ Ahab Predator as an Exclusive

Fans that were expecting NECA Toys to bring a whole slew of exclusives to San Diego Comic-Con this year may be slightly disappointed. NECA has just announced the ‘Fire and Stone’ Ahab Predator as their final exclusive for 2014.

The Ahab Predator is a brand new character from the upcoming Dark Horse comic series, Fire and Stone, which is going to be released in October 2014. In his prime, Ahab took deadly trophies from countless worlds, his scars a proud record of glorious battle. Now an elder of his tribe, he leaves small game to the next generation as he looks to his final hunt. Following a lifelong obsession, Ahab searches for a creature more formidable than any Predator has ever faced before.

He stands about 7″ tall and features over 25 points of articulation. For accessories, he comes with a removable backpack, removable mask, and spear staff accessory. He’s limited to just 5,000 pieces worldwide and will be priced at $30.

Like last year, NECA is going to be offering this figure in their booth, #3145. If you are unable to make it to the show, NECA is also going to be offering the figure online in limited quantities. Watch NECA’s social media pages just before Comic-Con for the announcement of the sale.

Are you not excited about the Marvel and DC Scalers, Super Freddy, or the Pacific Rim ‘End Titles’ box set? Why don’t you check out what other manufacturers are bringing to San Diego on our SDCC 2014 Exclusives List?

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via NECA


Nick Lenihan

 
Nick is toy fan, geek, and action figure collector. When not geeking out about action figures and keeping up with the latest Toy News, he likes to pretend to play guitar. He's just another one of those pop culture fanatics that likes to share his passion with the world.


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