Each Week We Feature a Drool-Worthy Lycanthrope Collectible
This week, we’ve found an original 1960’s Mani-Yack Wolfman transfer set featuring our favorite wolf person of them all, Lon Chaney Jr. as the Wolf Man! Check it out in the MilestonesInMem Shop at Etsy.com
At the height of the 1960s Monster Mania, Mani-Yack released a collection of t-shirt iron on transfers featuring the classic Universal Monsters. It’s great 60s pop art and this guy is still in package – pretty impressive piece!
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Rebel Frankenstein 9′ Action Figure from Mezco Toyz
Looks like Entertainment Earth is doing a bit of inventory clean-up and to the benefit of all us Monster Kids.
Today’s ‘Daily Deal’ is 40% off Mezco Toyz Rebel Frankenstein
- Retail: $44.99 / Today Only: $27.00
- 500 Piece Limited edition
- 2014 Con Exclusive
- 10 points of articulation
- 9 inches tall
Rebel Frankenstein 9-Inch Figure San Diego Comic Con 2014 Exclusive
Frankie has attitude! Under the full moon on a quiet yet treacherous mountain pass, a single headlight pierces the inky darkness. An engine roars. Tires squeal. A solitary figure speeds past; all the girls want him, all the guys want to be him, and one scientist wants him to get back to the lab ASAP.
He is the Rebel Frankenstein! Assembled on the wrong side of the lab, this Frankenstein has attitude! He stands a monstrous 9-inches tall and features a sleeveless leather vest with his insignia, a real metal wallet chain on his belt, and a tattoo on his bicep.
This limited edition monster is cast in a mysteriously translucent green plastic and features ten points of articulation.
This Mezco Summer Exclusive is a limited edition of only 500 pieces! Ages 15 and up.
And this week, we’re going hormonal with the Teenage Monster in a really cool reason bust from Executive Replicas — this thing is 3/4 scale and stands 18 inches tall!!
- Height: 18-inches
- 200 piece Limited edition
- 3/4 Scale
- MSRP: $249.99
Expand your classic horror film collection! From I Was a Teenage Frankestein (1957) and How to Make a Monster (1958), it’s the one-and-only Teenage Frankenstein.
This resin I Was a Teenage Frankenstein from Executive Replicas offers the misunderstood monster in incredible life-like detail and scale.
Order I Was a Teenage Frankenstein Bust from Entertainment Earth!