Pre-order Available for GPK x WWE The Loyal Subjects Figures

The Loyal Subjects Garbage Paul Kids x WWE figures that have been teased for a few weeks now, are available to preorder on Walmart’s website. There are four figures in the collection. Savage Randy, Gigantic Andre, Seething Steve, and Unraveled Warrior are each available for $16.99. The company used previous artwork from Joe Simko and Brent Engstrom and turned that into full figures. The figures will only be available in Walmart stores and online. Walmart’s website lists 7/1/21 as the live date for the figures.

The Loyal Subjects Shares Images of Upcoming GPK x WWE Figures

The Loyal Subjects shared images of their upcoming figures for their GPK x WWE mashup on their Instagram account. The figures are shows in their packaging, and include a display within the box. The company is releasing four figures, Steve Austin, Randy Savage, Ultimate Warrior, and Andre the Giant. The figures will be sold at Wal-Mart only. While a release date hasn’t been announced, the company’s Instagram say they would be released very soon.

Images of GPK x WWE Figures from The Loyal Subjects

The Loyal Subjects, via their Instagram account, posted sneak peaks of the Garbage Pail Kids x WWE figures they will soon be offering. The figures will stand approximately 5.5 inches tall. So far figures for Randy Savage, Ultimate Warrior, and Andre the Giant have been shown. The company mentioned these figures will be exclusive to Wal-Mart, and will be available this spring.

The Loyal Subjects Teases Topps x WWE Figures

Today on their Instagram Stories feed, The Loyal Subjects posted packaging for what appears to be an upcoming product. Thanks to GPK collector Ray Demarco for first finding the story. The Loyal Subjects is a company that makes vinyl action figures for many different brands. There were no details around the product posted by the company. The picture showed what appears to be packaging for a Topps x WWE figure line. With a “Coming Soon” banner. The packaging does display a small parts warning on the front, further leading to the assumption it’s for figures. The figures are based on previously used art for an online WWE x Topps set. GPKNews reached out to Topps for comment on the set, if they share an info this post will be updated.