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Mezco brings Walter White to Toy Fair with an exclusive figure

You won’t find this particular version of Walt anywhere but the Toy Fair International in NYC and in super-small quantities on Mezco’s website.

Walter White: chemistry genius turned science teacher turned kingpin; the central character of Sony Picture Television’s critically acclaimed, award-winning, hit series Breaking Bad, is now one of the most rare and sought after items at Toy Fair.

Relive the tense, edge of your seat excitement as Mezco’s Breaking Bad action figure stares at you from inside his collector friendly clamshell package, he dares you to make your move.

Figure stands approx 6 inches tall.

All Hail The King!

I think it’s pretty safe to call Sony Pictures series about the fall of a chemistry teacher and the drug trade in the American west a phenomenon at this point. The show has wrapped up with it’s final episode running on AMC last year, but fan fervor and internet chatter has in no way calmed down about it.

Love him or hate him, the main character Walter White is a big reason why. The ever increasingly ruthless family man who became a drug kingpin was a stunningly original character brought to life beautifully by actor Brian Cranston and really propelled Cranston (a longtime actor) into some big time notoriety.

This particular version of White is a Toy Fair exclusive item from Mezco Toyz, which means that only trade (read:people in the biz) will be able to get their hands on him at next week’s Toy Fair in New York at booth #4931. Now that doesn’t mean that the only safe haven will be eBay for BB fans who want one though. The toy-maker will be making a small quantity of the TFNY ’14 figures available on their website here. The price is a cool $80.00 USD, so this guy ain’t cheap, but what would expect from a figure that includes a bag of cash and a sack of blue crystals?

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