New Release: More Mascot Zombies

 

The New VFM Zombie Mascot figures are now available.

 

The Figures: Liberty Lady who comes out in April to terrorize the public, Puppy Dog usually found outside of pet stores, and Honey Dripper the mascot of a local Honey Farm.

These figures represent some unfortunate storefront costumed greeters that became victims to the Zombie Plague.

Now they wander the streets ready to greet those who make the mistake of approaching them, with a bite instead of a smile and a wave.

These figures can be used as Zombie Sports Mascots, Trick or Treaters, Costumed Partygoers, Storefront Greeters, Conventioneers, or whatever you desire in your Zombie World.

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Find them in the Creatures Section of the Victory Store.

 

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