Until now, we've only had computer generated sculpts to view on these figures, but now we're finally getting a look at the actual sculpts.
Granted, these are still prototypes and not production figures, so don't expect the paint apps to be this clean and nice. (Sadly McFarlane figures can be pretty sloppily painted.) It's these detailed paint jobs that gives the figures such accurate likenesses. If I could get a figure that looked that close to Lauren Cohan I'd be a pretty happy man, but I'm not holding my breath.
The real gem of these pics though is the Daryl. He's a thousand time better than the original version from Series 1, no doubt about that. And the addition of his "chopper" is an excellent idea on McFarlane's part.
Look for them in February for $14.99 each (except the over-priced Toys R Us), with the Daryl boxed set coming in at $32.99 in March.