For those of you who want your own Megan Fox to play with all day and all night, WizKids/NECA have you covered as Jonah Hex HeroClix come to the gaming table.

The movie themed Battle Pack contains three brand new, figures: Jonah Hex, Lilah, and Turnbull!  The 3 fig Battle Pack is 100% HeroClix compatible and will be available mid-August.  Check your local game or comic store this fall.

I haven’t played HeroClix in years, but with these new figures coming out, I have a feeling a few more people will be picking the game back up.

via WizKids/NECA

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  1. Brian G.
    June 2, 2010 at 2:10 pm — Reply

    Went to Toys ‘R’ Us the other day and saw her figure and Brolin’s for Hex. I was half tempted to buy them but think i’ll wait to see the movie first.

  2. Jacin B
    June 2, 2010 at 2:31 pm — Reply

    I’d be more likely to continue playing HeroClix if their production quality hadn’t fallen off a cliff, particularly when compared to where they were in their heyday back around the release of Fantastic Forces and Collateral Damage.

    Their sculpts and their paint jobs are just horrible nowadays (Jonah Hex, for example, has hands that look bigger than his tiny, tiny head).

  3. seneca
    June 2, 2010 at 5:23 pm — Reply

    I dont understand why anyone plays this game since thier figures look like a 5 year old sculpted them from kindergarden clay amd slapped paint on them with fingerpaints. You might as well just put the base on the table with the name of the character on top.

    • tidge
      June 2, 2010 at 5:57 pm — Reply

      For some of us, that’s good enough.

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