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Misfits to debut deliciously dark Kill Kat figure just in time for Halloween

Posted On October 30, 2019 at 1:03 am by / Comments Off on Misfits to debut deliciously dark Kill Kat figure just in time for Halloween

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This Halloween, Misfits Records are making sure you get both a trick and a treat with the debut of a special Misfits themed Kill Kat vinyl figure.

Putting an evil twist on a classic KitKat, this evil wafers vinyl figure variant will be limited to just 666 pieces.

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Teaming up with Dead Zebra Inc and the O-No Food Company, this Misfit Records online exclusive brings you Andrew Bell’s popular Kill Kat figure with a deliciously evil new twist.

Check out the item’s description below.

“This sweet and psychotic conjoined candy from the dark lord of licorice stands 6-inches tall and comes in a fiendish candy wrapper style package. The deadly devilock clad Fiend Skull confection is vitamin 138 fortified with pure evil, plenty of attitude, 45g skulls, screams and the perfect way to kick off Halloween. 666 calories per serving*
*DO NOT EAT. Seriously.” 

The new Kill Kat Misfits figure is limited to 666 pieces worldwide and will only be available online via Misfits Records’ website. There is a limit of two per household.

The item will be sold on a first come first serve basis while supplies last. You can snag yours Oct. 30 at noon EST.

Check out some images of the evil wafer vinyl figure below!

Misfits, Kit Kat

Misfits Kill Kat

Misfits Kill Kat

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You can catch the original Misfits with special guests Dropkick Murphys and Agnostic Front during a special nightmare before Christmas performance Dec. 14.

The show will take place at the Well Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Tickets are on sale now and you can snag a pair for yourself, here.

Misfits Xmas Show

Will you be snagging an exclusive Kill Kat vinyl figure this Halloween? Sound off in the comments below!

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