Clementine The Walking Dead McFarlane Action Figure Announced By Telltale Games At NYCC- You Better Remember This

By Alex Riviello , Updated Oct 13, 2014 10:52 AM EDT

Clem, everyone's favorite character from both seasons of Telltale Games' The Walking Dead, is getting her own action figure. At a Walking Dead panel at the New York Comic Con this weekend it was revealed that one (with two variants!) was being developed by Skybound, Telltale Games, and McFarlane Toys, and will be coming very soon.

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Clem is the young girl you've seen grow up in this awful, zombie-filled world. You first find her while playing as the protagonist Lee in the very first episode, a six year-old hiding in a treehouse after her parents never returned. You take her with you and the relationship between this unlikely duo is the strongest part of the entire first season, as you try to do your best to protect this child from this insane new world. Whether that's by toughening her up to the realities of living in a zombie apocalypse or by protecting her and trying to retain her childhood innocense is up to you, but either way, she grows up.

The second season sees you controlling the tougher, more independant Clementine. Now she's on her own and has to decide herself who she wants to be, getting her hands dirty regardless and ending up treated almost as one of the adults by her group at the end.

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This older, second-season Clem is the version they've gone with for the action figure. She's got her iconic hat and cute backpack but she's also got a pistol and a hammer, two tools that are more useful than any others in her life. The Clem figure will be available in both Full Color and Blood Splattered Color versions.

Check them both out below.

More details regarding price and availability will be hitting soon.

 Let us know in the comments below- will you take Clem into your house?

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