Mezco expands their ever-growing line of hit Chucky collectibles with one of the most frequently requested items: “Good Guy” Chucky.
Unlike the scarred and battle-damaged look Chucky normally displays, people have tried to destroy him in 6 films so far, this version represents the cleaner, earlier Chucky. His trademark outfit is un-slashed, his face is not yet mauled. Just as he did in his films, Chucky has lots to say, from his trademark “My name is Chucky” to far more sinister phrases.
The star of the Child’s Play films, Chucky stands 15″ tall and features real cloth Good Guys clothing, 11 points of articulation and his trademark orange hair and realistic glass-like eyes.
Each Chucky comes packaged in his own collector friendly window box based on the original box design seen in the films.
Also announced by Mezco is Chucky and Tiffany 16 inch plush figures. Not since Bonnie and Clyde has a couple left such a path of destruction in their wake.
Chucky, the homicidal doll who contains the spirit of Charles Lee Ray, a serial killer better known as “The Lakeshore Strangler”, is joined by his beloved Tiffany, the doll who contains the soul of his longtime paramour, a misguided and equally homicidal aspiring actress.
Chucky and Tiffany are not only one of the most deadly onscreen couples; they are one of the most talkative as well! Both Chucky and Tiffany each speak 7 terrifying phrases, direct from their films.
Both plush figures feature real cloth clothing; Chucky in his well known coveralls and sneakers, and Tiffany in her fashion forward wedding gown. Tiffany also sports her trademark tattoo.
Each plush figure stands 16 inches tall and comes with an informative hang tag.
Chucky and Tiffany are each old separately, but even death couldn’t keep them apart.
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