Perhaps the most wrong prediction I ever made in the realm of entertainment was that since toy company NECA made such a great, definitive action figure of It’s Pennywise the Clown right out of the gate, they’d be hard-pressed to make any more, since he stays in the same outfit for the entirety of the $700 million worldwide grossing horror movie. Then they just went ahead and made six. And with the exception of the upcoming Comic-Con variant that’s painted to look like a drawing, the final two are the ones you’ve really wanted all along. Naturally, they’re both a little pricier. The Pennywise accessory set, which is sort-of and sort-of not an action figure, depicts the single most iconic moment for Stephen King’s evil clown, when his face pops up in the storm drain. NECA has developed a drain diorama piece big enough to put a Pennywise articulated bust underneath — there’s no bottom, so you’ll need to display it on a flat surface to work properly. Pennywise’s head and shoulders are painted to look like sewer lighting, and yes, you can pop the head off and switch it with any of the other multiple Pennywise heads packed with pri...