San Diego Comic-Con 2013: First Look at Bif Bang Pow’s SDCC Exclusive Dexter 3-3/4-Inch Figure in Tin Tote

It may be a little over a month away, but plans are already under way for the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con. Today we have a look at what Bif Bang Pow! has in store for “Dexter” fans at the big show: an Entertainment Earth exclusive 3-3/4-inch figure in tin tote.

Below are the details; click here to pre-order.

Product Description:
Entertainment Earth Convention Exclusive! Bif Bang Pow! had to do something special for the last season of “Dexter” on Showtime. If you’ve collected Bif Bang Pow!’s Dexter action figure line over the years, you know that each figure comes with a unique blood slide featuring one of Dexter’s victims.

Stepping it up this year, this cool set includes a Dexter Blood Spatter Analyst 3-3/4-inch Action Figure Exclusive sporting his camera, ID badge, and a little extra blood. The set also contains not 1, but 6 blood slides to help you complete your victim collection! Store your blood slides in the included 7-1/2-inch long x 4-1/4-inch wide x 2-inch tall wooden blood slide box replica, and hide them inside this air-conditioner-themed tin tote that measures approximately 8-5/8 inches wide x 6-3/4 inches tall x 4 inches deep.

A bonus talking key chain is also included! This is a must-have item for fans and completists alike.

The blood slides include:
1x Alex Timmons (Dexter’s first-ever blood slide)
1x Mike Donovan (Dexter’s first kill from Season 1)
1x Travis Marshall (Dexter’s final slide)
3x Blank blood slides

 

San Diego Comic-Con 2013: First Look at Bif Bang Pow's SDCC Exclusive Dexter 3-3/4-Inch Figure in Tin Tote

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