We are all waiting on the next entry of SAW franchise with Spiral. With so many film delays, fans will now have to wait an entire year before we can get to see into the mind of the Jigsaw Killer once again. As the SAW legacy continues to live another iconic figure makes himself know with Mezco Toyz. The one and only, Billy the Puppet, is back and ready for some new games. Best known for his role as telling "contestants" the instructions and rules that they had to survive the games. Mezco Toyz has announced Billy is their newest addition to their growing Living Dead Dolls line. Billy the Puppet will be 10" tall and will feature 5 points of articulation. The puppet will be wearing his iconic cloths with the tuxedo, bow tie, and shoes. Mezco did incorporate a new head mold to give him more doll features like protruding spiral cheeks to enhance his creepy grin.
Billy the Puppet is a great addition to the Living Dead Dolls line from Mezco Toyz. For once it is an actual puppet to get the puppet treatment and even with some new modification they did right by the character. They added their own new flair and they still manage to make it more creepy. The SAW Puppet will also come in a window box so inbox collectors can display him without even taking him out. Billy the Puppet Living Dead Doll from Mezco Toyz is priced at $46. Pre-orders are located here and are supposed to ship out between October and December 2020. Don't forget to check out other Living Dead Dolls also coming from Mezco Toyz like the creepy Owl Man and gruesome Leatherface.
"Let the game begin… Often used by John Kramer, better known as the Jigsaw Killer, Billy would inform Jigsaw's victims about the rules and instructions they had to follow in order to survive his deadly games. Billy wears his signature tuxedo, bowtie, and red shoes. His all-new head sculpt features protruding cheeks with spiral detailing and red lips that form a maniacal grim. His dark eyes and red irises see every move you make. The LDD Presents Saw: Billy stands 10" tall and features 5 points of articulation. He is packaged in a die-cut window box, perfect for display."