DENVER/EWORLDWIRE/Sep. 24, 2013 --- Just one hour before the "Breaking Bad" final episode, one eBay auction bidder will gain possession of the eerily realistic Walter White mask worn by actor Bryan Cranston as he strolled unrecognized as his own Breaking Bad character through crowds during the recent San Diego Comic-Con event.
The mask being auctioned off is the same one that resulted in media frenzy and fame after Cranston's prank culminated in a memorable appearance on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon."
To the audience's delight, Fallon wore the mask and interviewed Cranston, as he posed as Walter White. Cranston later returned the mask to its creator Landon Meier, after signing the work with his personal autograph.
The prank has been a point of discussion during Cranston's recent appearances on "Late Night With David Letterman," "The Colbert Report," and "LIVE with Kelly and Michael."
"It was the most fun I've ever had walking the (Comic-Con) floor!" said Cranston.
According to creator and Denver artist Landon Meier of hyperflesh.com, "This mask could be the most coveted one this Halloween season."
Meier has garnered international media attention for his outrageously realistic Charlie Sheen mask and several unique giant baby head masks.
The eBay auction for the signed Walter White mask is in progress and will conclude one hour before the Breaking Bad final episode, September 29 at 5:00 pm PST. Current bid is at $13,000.
MEDIA: To view the auction, complete with photos, on eBay, visit http://www.ebay.com/itm/121180069177.
ONLINE NEWSROOM: http://www.eworldwire.com/newsroom/320169.htm
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