McFarlane Toys Teaming with Walmart on Limited Autographed Spawn Figures

Collectors better get those wallets ready as Walmart will be releasing a limited amount of Mortal Kombat Spawn action figures hand-signed by the man himself, Todd McFarlane. This figure will come with a certification of authenticity sticker showing only 1000 pieces have been signed by McFarlane. Spawn will be in his default skin as seen in Mortal Kombat 11 Kombat Pack DLC.

Pre-orders for the figures start at 2PM EST on 8/7/20 at Walmart.com – best of luck trying to get one before me!

Specifics:

  • Action Figure hand signed by SPAWN Creator Todd McFarlane and comes with a certification of authenticity sticker and is highly limited to only 1,000 signed figures.
  • Incredibly detailed 7″ scale figures based off the Mortal Kombat Franchise
  • SPAWN is featured in his Default skin as seen in Mortal Kombat 11 Kombat Pack DLC
  • Figure is showcased in Mortal Kombat SPAWN themed window box packaging
  • MSRP $59.99

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