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Welcome to TOYS OF TERROR, Fango’s weekly feature exhibiting the coolest horror accessories across the web. Whether you’re a collector, connoisseur or simply making your love of horror a family affair, these petrifying playthings are likely to impress even the most heartless horror fan. So if you’re searching for a ghoulish gift, look no further…
Our first Toy of Terror this week is an entry from the good folks at Medicom, offering an impressive Sofubi vinyl replica of the “God of Fire” Souzankou! Standing at approximately 10-inches tall, this detailed kaiju figure was crafted by emerging artist Ren Ishimori in a metallic finish! A pricey, limited edition import, you can grab this sordid statue HERE.
Next up this week is another offering for EVIL DEAD fans, offering up the Funko POP! Edition of Kelly from ASH VS. EVIL DEAD! Standing at 3-and-¾-inches tall, this vinyl figure features a unique POP! decor of Dana DeLorenzo as the series’ badass female lead, complete with a battle-ready bloodied ax! Perfect for EVIL DEAD die-hards and POP! completists, you can pick up this frightening figure HERE.
Coming in at number three is a highly-anticipated offering from Greenlight Collectibles: a 1:64 scale replica of Dale’s Winnebago from THE WALKING DEAD! Measuring in at 7-inches long, this die-cast figure comes with real rubber tires and chrome accents! With screen-accurate details in the design, you can order this creepy collectible HERE.
Our fourth Toy of Terror this week comes from the people at Trick or Treat Studios as they bring the Ravelli mask from Rob Zombie’s HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES to life! Sculpted by Pete Infelise, this mask of Captain Spaulding’s sinister sidekick is based on countless behind-the-scenes pictures and comes officially licensed from Zombie himself. For those intent on taking their Halloween to the next level, you can order this petrifying plaything HERE.
Last but not least is an exciting new release from Sideshow Collectibles, with a new addition to their COURT OF THE DEAD originals: Death! Standing at approximately 30-inches tall, this incredible sculpt comes with a real metal scythe replica as well as custom tailored and embroidered clothing! With the Exclusive edition featuring an alternate face mask, you can order this brutal bust HERE.