It’s cook time for Walter White, aka Heisenberg, and Jesse Pinkman. The Breaking Bad Heisenberg and Jesse Hazmat Suit 1:6 Scale Action Figure 2-Pack both feature the unlikely business partners in their yellow hazmat suits. Heisenberg stnads about 12 1/4-inches tall while Jesse stands slightly over 11 1/2-inches. The set includes a wide array of clothing and interchangeable hands such as:
2x Yellow hazmat suit
1x Glasses, undershirt, pants, and shoes (for Heisenberg)
1x Undershirt, pants, and shoes (for Jesse)
5x Pairs of hands with protective gloves (2x relaxed, 1x gripping, 1x holding, 1x fists)
2x Gas mask
1x Lab desk
1x Round chemical container
3x Chemical glass bottle (with water)
1x Steel tray
1x Beaker (with water)
1x Measuring glass (with water)
1x Flask (with water)
1x Test tube rack
3x Test tube
3x Test tube (with water)
1x Mortar and pestle
1x Graduated cylinder
All Hail The King! This unforgettable figure features Walter White as his alter ego of Heisenberg in 12-inch action figure format with tailored cloth clothing! Featureing a head sculpt with realistic likeness, Heisenberg comes complete with exchangeable hands for holding gun, glasses, sunglasses, pork-pie hat, black windbreaker, pistol, and 5 stacks of blood money. Relive the tense, edge of your seat excitement of Breaking Bad with this 12-inch action figure that stares at you from inside his collector friendly package, as he dares you to make your move!
- 1:6 scale of Heisenberg!
- Fat stacks of money included!
- Real cloth and extreme likeness to actor Bryan Cranston!
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Walter White’s iconic alter ego comes to life and is perfect for the collectors and fans alike! This Breaking Bad Heisenberg Talking Figure stands 17-inches tall with bendable arms and legs! Walter says more than 15 phrases pulled straight from the show! Requires 3x “AAA” batteries (included).
The Breaking Bad Heisenberg 17-Inch Talking Figure says the following phrases (subject to change):
“Stay out of my territory.”
“Are you familiar, with my product?”
“Help me out, professor.”
“Should I not worry that my drug addicted partner doesn’t seem to care whether he lives or dies?”
“Who are you talking to right now? Who is it, you think you see?”
“You clearly, don’t know who you’re talking to so let me clue you in.”
“I am the one who knocks.”
“I am the danger.”
“Put a bullet, in my head, and kill me right now.”
We’re done, when I say we’re done.”
“I’m in the empire business. “
“Say my name.”
“If you believe that there’s a hell, we’re already pretty much going, but I’m not going to lie down until I get there. “
“If you don’t know who I am, maybe your best course would be to tread lightly.”
“If we’re gonna go that way, you’ll need a bigger knife.”
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AMC’s “The Walking Dead” returned with monster — though not quite record-breaking — ratings on Sunday and also helped lead-out “Better Call Saul” to the best-ever cable premiere delivery in key demos.
According to Nielsen estimates, “Walking Dead” averaged an 8.0 rating in adults 18-49 (about 10.1 million) and 15.6 million viewers overall, the third best scores for the show to date behind only its season premieres in 2014 (8.65 demo rating, 17.29 million viewers overall) and 2013 (8.2 demo rating, 16.11 million viewers overall).
This marks the first time the zombie drama hasn’t set a series record in 18-49 with a season or midseason premiere: 2.7, 3.8, 4.2, 5.8, 6.1, 8.2, 8.6 and now 8.0.
Sunday’s midseason return of “Dead” is the top-rated regularly scheduled entertainment series telecast of 2015 in the demo (close behind only the special post-Super Bowl episode of NBC’s “The Blacklist”). It held up well to the Grammys, too, with the CBS music awards show beating it in 18-49 by a close margin (8.5 to 8.0).
“Better Call Saul,” which shifts to its regular Monday timeslot tonight, debuted with 6.9 million viewers and 4.4 million adults 18-49. The previous high for a cable premiere in the demo was USA’s “The Dead Zone” in 2002 with 4 million viewers in the demo.