A 8½ x 10 inch mini-poster released to promote the trading cards.
It’s been awhile since I posted an entire trading card collection, and as I’m still in the mood to post some pretty pictures, I’m going to spend the next few weeks taking a closer look at The Brothers Hildebrandt Collector Cards, released by Comic Images in 1994. Continue reading The Brothers Hildebrandt Collector Cards, cards #1-15 (1994)
After spending the last few months looking at various action figures, toys and statues I’m now in the mood to post some pretty pictures. So with that goal in mind I’m going take a closer look at the Frazetta Calendar from 1980.
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Fresh from vinyl toy maker Unbox Industries comes this superb statue featuring future lawman Judge Dredd‘s arch nemesis, Judge Death! Continue reading Judge Death Statue (2018)
Over the last few weeks I’ve been taking a closer look at some of my favourite action figures, namely the
collection released by Sideshow Toy between 1999 and 2001. The series featured 15 figures that paid homage to many of Universal’s iconic movie monsters — Universal Studios Monsters and , Frankenstein The Wolf Man to name few — as well as the actors who portrayed them. This week it’s the turn of Claude Rains’ memorable performance as , The Mummy The Invisible Man, from the Universal film released in 1933. Continue reading Universal Studios Monsters: The Invisible Man action figure by Sideshow Toy (2000)
Gene Belcher — the fart-obsessed middle child from animated hit Bob’s Burgers – received the coveted oversized vinyl figure treatment from Kidrobot in 2017. Behold: Beefsquatch! Continue reading Beefsquatch! (Kidrobot, 2017)
Released by Universal Studios in 1956
The Mole People was one of the company’s less successful B-movies, and is all but forgotten today. However, it technically did feature a Universal movie monster so in 2000 it received the action figure treatment by Sideshow Toy. Continue reading Universal Studios Monsters: The Mole People action figure by Sideshow Toy (2000)
was a collection of posable action figures released by Sideshow Toy between 1999 and 2001. The 15 figures in the collection featured realistic interpretations of some of Universal’s most iconic movie monsters, and the actors who portrayed them. Over the last few weeks I’ve been taking a closer look at the collection, and this week it’s the turn of Lon Chaney’s classic interpretation of Universal Studios Monsters The Phantom of the Opera, based on the film released by Universal in 1925. Continue reading Universal Studios Monsters: The Phantom of The Opera action figure by Sideshow Toy (1999)