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Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Super7’s Comic-Con Exclusive “Ash” Packaged on Japanese ‘Army of Darkness’ Cardback; Glow-in-the-Dark Deadites!

Super7 is bringing the San Diego Comic-Con home this July with several must-own exclusives from the company’s “Spectacular Kinda Sorta Still at Home-ic-Con” event!

The coolest of all of the reveals is the “Supermarket Ash” that comes packaged on a cardback that pays homage to the awesome original Japanese movie poster for Sam Raimi’s Army of Darkness!

For those adding to their army, also available are glow-in-the-dark figures of the “Pit Witch” and the “Deadite Scout”.

All three will set you back $20 plus shipping.

There are several other cool new items from Godzilla toys to t-shirts, all of which are detailed on the Super7 blog. Pre-orders go live today at 12 pm pst.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/toys/3672915/super7s-comic-con-exclusive-ash-packaged-japanese-army-darkness-cardback-glow-dark-deadites/

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