A lot of guys are having fun today at the San Diego Comic Con. So, in honor of this stupendous international convention where all things fantastical and entertaining are celebrated, I’m posting an action figure available from Entertainment Earth: drug kingpin Heisenberg (aka Walter White) from the television series Breaking Bad.
This 6-inch action figure shows Walt in one of his more badass moments and features a removable hat and glasses. It comes with a sack of cash and a bag of blue crystals — Heisenberg’s famous “product.”
If you’re a fan of the show Breaking Bad, then you know that the final episodes of the groundbreaking AMC series are going to begin in August. Of course, it will be interesting to see to what end Walt and his cronies and family members come to. I have a feeling it won’t be a pretty picture.
But even after the series ends, you can pose this Walter White action figure on your desk and take inspiration from it. Establish your own empire. Not a drug empire, mind you. Most drug dealers don’t receive any sort of sweet retirement deal. But some sort of empire nonetheless.
Or use it to remind yourself that it pays to be badass every once in awhile.
This Heisenberg action figure from Breaking Bad is available from Entertainment Earth, the one-stop site that celebrates all things entertainment-related even more extensively than Comic Con. And they do it year-round.
If you happen to be at Comic Con right now, you might like to know that the Breaking Bad panel is being held on Sunday, July 21 at 11:15 a.m. in Hall H. I’m sure it will be fascinating to see all the show’s principal people discussing the series and its upcoming wrap-up. Slated to be part of the panel are the show’s creator, Vince Gilligan, along with cast members Bryan Cranston (who plays Walter White), Aaron Paul (Jessie), Anna Gunn (Skyler, Walt’s wife), Dean Norris (DEA agent Hank Schrader), Betsy Brandt (Marie, Hanks’ wife), R. J. Mitte (Walt Jr.), and Bob Odenkirk (Saul Goodman, the most unhypocritical lawyer on television). The panel will be moderated by Chris Hardwick, who you may have seen hosting the Talking Dead show that follows each episode of The Walking Dead.
Meanwhile, get yourself this collectible Walter White action figure and celebrate the many career opportunities of high school chemistry teachers.