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It’s not often that I see something pop up in a show where I feel the immediate need to own such an item. And I’m not talking about the ’66 Batmobile or Kit from Knight Rider. I’m referring to more realistically obtainable fare, like Mac’s “BEER” shirt from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia or Negan’s bat Lucille from The Walking Dead.

Well, last season of Ash vs. Evil Dead gifted us one such item. While in Baal’s therapy, Ash met Ashy Slashy, a puppet that represented all of the worst stuff about his supposed past, who with a mind of its own, immediately started hitting on Kelly.

The fine folks over at NECA saw this too, and they’re making our desire reality. Announced way back in February ahead of the Toy Fair, Ashy Slashy is finally available to order.

Demented play with Ashy Slashy! Every day can be demented play day with your very own Ashy Slashy puppet from Season 2 of Ash vs. Evil Dead! The Ash vs. Evil Dead Ashy Slashy Puppet Prop Replica faithfully replicates Ash’s potty-mouthed little doppelganger from the asylum episodes for your (hopefully G-rated) entertainment. This is a working puppet – insert your hand and you can move the mouth, plus the arms are poseable thanks to inner articulation. Ashy Slashy is measures approximately 15-inches tall.

The Ash vs. Evil Dead Ashy Slashy Puppet Prop Replica is currently available for pre-order ahead of it’s January 2018 release, and it retails for $49.99. This would make a great addition to any Evil Dead collection and would look pretty sweet on a shelf with that last round of AvED action figures NECA put out…


Images: Starz, NECA, FX

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Ash vs. Evil Dead: NECA’s “Ashy Slashy” Puppet is Finally Here!

The Evil Dead collectible to rule all collectibles is finally here!

By Brian Kronner | 11/15/2017 10:30 AM PT | Updated 01/25/2018 02:22 PM PT

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It’s not often that I see something pop up in a show where I feel the immediate need to own such an item. And I’m not talking about the ’66 Batmobile or Kit from Knight Rider. I’m referring to more realistically obtainable fare, like Mac’s “BEER” shirt from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia or Negan’s bat Lucille from The Walking Dead.

Well, last season of Ash vs. Evil Dead gifted us one such item. While in Baal’s therapy, Ash met Ashy Slashy, a puppet that represented all of the worst stuff about his supposed past, who with a mind of its own, immediately started hitting on Kelly.

The fine folks over at NECA saw this too, and they’re making our desire reality. Announced way back in February ahead of the Toy Fair, Ashy Slashy is finally available to order.

Demented play with Ashy Slashy! Every day can be demented play day with your very own Ashy Slashy puppet from Season 2 of Ash vs. Evil Dead! The Ash vs. Evil Dead Ashy Slashy Puppet Prop Replica faithfully replicates Ash’s potty-mouthed little doppelganger from the asylum episodes for your (hopefully G-rated) entertainment. This is a working puppet – insert your hand and you can move the mouth, plus the arms are poseable thanks to inner articulation. Ashy Slashy is measures approximately 15-inches tall.

The Ash vs. Evil Dead Ashy Slashy Puppet Prop Replica is currently available for pre-order ahead of it’s January 2018 release, and it retails for $49.99. This would make a great addition to any Evil Dead collection and would look pretty sweet on a shelf with that last round of AvED action figures NECA put out…


Images: Starz, NECA, FX

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An editor at GeekExhange and Portal13, Kronner also co-hosts a horror podcast called "Every Town Has An Elm Street" and owns the site GrizzlyBomb.com - He's been part of the Geek Magazine family since 2011, and before that wrote and edited for the now-defunct BamKampow.com