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The Twilight Zone Doctor and Henry Bemis Action Figures:
Fully articulated, 8-inch tall Doctor Bernardi and 8-inch tall Henry Bemis Action Figures!
Based on Rod Serling's enduring The Twilight Zone TV series.
Real fabric clothing and a 1970s retro style.
They make excellent collectibles and appreciated gifts!
Entertainment Earth Comic-Con Debut! Bif Bang Pow!'s incredible line of fully articulated action figures grounded in Rod Serling's enduring The Twilight Zone TV series rolls on with this extraordinary assortment. Each 1970s-style figure stands 8-inches tall in black and white, and features episode-specific fabric clothing, in addition to multiple points of articulation. They make excellent collectibles and appreciated gifts for any Twilight Zone aficionado! Each figure comes individually carded in blister packaging. Limited edition of 1,704 pieces each.
This Series 4 set includes 2 individually packaged action figures (subject to change):
1x Doctor Bernardi
1x Henry Bemis
Note: This item will first be available to purchase in person at San Diego Comic-Con. Online orders will ship after San Diego Comic-Con, while supplies last.
The Doctor comes from the surprising "Eye of the Beholder" episode that aired in 1960. Maybe he can operate at your house?
Henry Bemis is a nearsighted bank clerk who finds himself in the post-apocalyptic world following a nuclear attack in the intriguing 1959 episode "Time Enough at Last." He's ready to explore his new environs at your place!
"You're traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That's the signpost up ahead. Your next stop… the Twilight Zone." (Spoken by Rod Serling at the beginning of each The Twilight Zone episode.)
Size: 8-inches tall
Edition Size: 1,704
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