Left 4 Dead Boomer figure is brilliantly grizzly

17 Dec 2011 by Paul Younger
Very how fickle we can be sometimes. Only yesterday I was attacking the prevalence of special editions and how their contents are both pointless and wildly overpriced. And yet, here I am finding myself drawn to a bit of moulded, painted plastic.  This figurine of Left 4 Dead's bile projecting 'Boomer' (produced by NECA) is noteworthy because of the attention to detail. The distorted skin, neck boils, bloodshot eye and swollen hands combine to form a disturbingly accurate recreation of one of the game's more memorable adversaries. Unfortunately, this Boomer (as well as other examples from Left 4 Dead's cast) won't be available until next Spring. 


Very how fickle we can be sometimes. Only yesterday I was attacking the prevalence of special editions and how their contents are both pointless and wildly overpriced. And yet, here I am finding myself drawn to a bit of moulded, painted plastic. 
This figurine of Left 4 Dead’s bile projecting ‘Boomer’ (produced by NECA) is noteworthy because of the attention to detail. The distorted skin, neck boils, bloodshot eye and swollen hands combine to form a disturbingly accurate recreation of one of the game’s more memorable adversaries.
Unfortunately, this Boomer (as well as other examples from Left 4 Dead’s cast) won’t be available until next Spring. 

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