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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 a new entry from Mezco Toyz, as we feature the Living Dead Dolls Series 31 Collection! Featuring 5 of the 10-inch Living Dead Dolls, including Umbral, Kreek, The Dark, Bea Neath and Thump, this set comes with individual customized coffin display cases and death certificates. Whether you’re a longtime LDD collector or are looking to build one from the ground up, you can get this creepy collection HERE.
Coming in at number two this week is the latest from NECA, who offer the very first replica of the side-scrolling video game version of Leatherface! Standing at 7-inches tall, this figure features 25 points of articulation as well as a brand new deco to reflect the portrayal of this chainsaw-wielding maniac in his 1983 game visage. With a vinyl apron as well as a commemorative, game-accurate box art, you can grab this freaky figure HERE.
Next up this week is a collectible from the Funko POP! Series, who offer their specific spin on a character from the highly anticipated PRIDE & PREJUDICE & ZOMBIES, Miss Featherstone! Made of vinyl and standing at 3-and-¾-inches tall, this POP! figure gives fright fans a three-dimensional look at a zombified villain from the upcoming horror offering. So whether you’re a Funko completist or a P&P&Z die-hard, you can pick up this figure HERE.
Our fourth Toy of Terror this week comes from the people at Gentle Giant as they bring THE WALKING DEAD’s Morgan Jones in a screen-accurate mini-bust! Standing at 6-inches tall and featuring the visage of the ass-kicking survivor, this statue is 3D-scanned and digitally sculpted of hand-painted polystone. Individually numbered with a matching certificate of authenticity, this 1:6 scale statue can lead any WALKING DEAD fan’s collection HERE.
Last but not least is an entry from Hollywood Collectibles, and features Skelly from the Trick or Treat Hot Chicks Squad! Standing at a massive 20-inches tall, this stunning 1:4 statue is made out of heavyweight polystone and is hand-painted to capture the most miniscule details. Limited to only 300 pieces worldwide, you can add this bat-wielding badass to your collection (for a heavy chunk of change) HERE.