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"Saga" Action Figures Anchor New Wave Of Skybound SDCC Exclusives

Following the reveal last week of their first wave of Comic-Con International exclusives, Skybound Entertainment has added three more items to the list of products that will only be available at the San Diego comic-con. The announcement comes via ComicBook.com and sees new collections of "Outcast" and "The Walking Dead" paired with the first-ever action figures based on the Image comic "Saga."

McFarlane Toys has crafted action figures based on the two lead characters from Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' award-winning series "Saga." The two-pack comes with Alana and Marko, who wield their mace and sword, respectively.

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Additionally, a new "Outcast" hardcover offered at the Skybound Booth (Booth #2729) will collect issues #7-12, marking the first time that batch of issues has been collected in that format. And the third "Walking Dead" compendium will be available, and it will collect issues #97-144 of the long-running series. "The Walking Dead Compendium Three" will come with a gold foil adornment on the cover.

Saga Figure Alana and Marko 2-Pack- $50

Skybound is proud to present Alana and Marko from Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staple's groundbreaking series Saga, available in action figure form for the first time! Each figure stands 5 inches and is paired with iconic weapons, like Alana's mace and Marko's sword. These figures were designed by McFarlane Toys and will be available at our Saga Shop booth #2629B.

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Outcast by Kirkman and Azaceta Volume 2 Hardcover ($30)

This convention exclusive edition collects OUTCAST BY KIRKMAN & AZACETA issues #7-12 in hardcover for the first time!

The Walking Dead Compendium Three: Hardcover with Gold Foil ($100):

Issues 97-144.

The "Saga" two-pack will be available for purchase at the Saga Shop (Booth #2629B). The hardcover and compendium, as well as the previously announced "Walking Dead" figure set and "Outcast" watch, will be available at the Skybound Booth (Booth #2729) at Comic-Con. San Diego's Comic-Con International takes place from July 21-24.

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