SLAYER announces action figures from Super7 with Live Undead 3-Pack!

SLAYER announces action figures from the ‘Super7‘ toy company with Live Undead 3-Pack. This set inspired by the band’s 1984 ‘Live Undead‘ EP, also includes ReAction figures.

Thrash metal legends made a farewell tour last year. After this farewell tour, the band resting for a while, and now somethings recreates again like albums, EPs, live-performance records, and toys. Now, Super7 and SLAYER collaborate together for the band’s action figures. Super7 also is the pop-culture design house and producer of lifestyle-oriented collectibles, toys, and apparel based in San Francisco, USA. This company is also run by designer Brian Flynn.

Today, Super7 posted on their official Instagram account for SLAYER figures:

They also wrote this:

“Emerging this Wednesday (8/19): SLAAAYEER! The collaboration of Super7 with heavy metal legends @slayerbandofficial continues with the Live Undead 3-Pack! Inspired by the band’s 1984 “live” EP it features the undead band members as 3.75″ ReAction Figures with the bleeding headstone right out of the record’s cover art. The set comes with 2 guitar accessories packaged in a graveyard window box. ”

https://www.instagram.com/p/CD_iCf5A9SG/?utm_source=chaospin.com

They also have SLAYER‘s Show No Mercy-inspired Minotaur Reaction figures, in both regular and glow-in-the-dark versions.

Slayer x Super7 collaboration “Live Undead” three-pack will be available on August 19th, 2020 on here.

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