The company's intricately detailed Deadpool model arrives in November, complete with the merc's trademark quizzical stare and an impressive arsenal of accessory weapons for your garden variety murder and mayhem.
Per the official NECA press release: "Possibly the most skilled mercenary in the world... and definitely the most annoying. The joke-cracking, reference-making, fourth-wall-breaking, taco-eating funnyman of the cold-blooded killer set, Deadpool has long skirted the line between hero and villain, between maniac and genius, between ugly and smelly. This incredibly detailed 18" figure has over 30 points of articulation for great action poses. Accessories include katanas, sai, machine guns, pistol and knife accessories, all with working holsters and sheaths."
NECA should do well if sales of the figure achieve only a fraction of this year's film adaptation. After being released on February 12, "Deadpool" went on to become not only the second-highest grossing R-rated film of all time (after "Passion of the Christ," ironically), but the most lucrative film of the year so far, raking in $361.9 million dollars domestically, soundly beating "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," which took in $326 million.