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The Walking Dead TV Series 9 Grave Digger Daryl Dixon Dirt Version Action Figure

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The Walking Dead TV Series 9 Grave Digger Daryl Dixon Dirt Version Action Figure:

If the apocalypse has taught us anything, it's that you are never safe...even from the flu. This Walking Dead Series TV 9 Grave Digger Daryl Dirt Version action figure depicts a dirt-covered Daryl from the Season 4, wearing his gloves and bandanna while digging the grave for another fallen companion. Standing at about 5-inches tall, the figure also includes approximately 22 points of articulation, wooden cross/grave marker, and shovel. Daryl Dixon, a long-time survivor within Rick's group, has become a pillar of support for those who came to rely on him. If that means burying the dead, then so be it. Ages 12 and up.
Company: McFarlane Toys
Theme: Walking Dead
Product Type: Action Figures
Character: Daryl Dixon
Celebrity: Norman Reedus
Age: 12 +
Country of Origin: China
Packaging Height: 2.00
Packaging Width: 5.00
Packaging Length: 11.00
Weight: 0.200
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WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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