Toys of Terror #9Columns,Fearful Features,Game and Toy Reviews,Movies/TV,News Ken W. Hanley
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…
The first Toy of Terror this week is a two-pack of fan favorites, a double dose of Dixon from THE WALKING DEAD. That’s right, both Daryl and Merle Dixon are available in 5-inch replicas, based on 3D renders of actors Norman Reedus and Michael Rooker themselves. With 20 points of articulation each and a slew of weapon accessories, you can add the Dixon Brothers to your collection for only $27.99 here.
Next up is something special for Hammer hoarders, as collectors can finally own Peter Cushing’s iconic take on Abraham Van Helsing! Extremely detailed and with a 3/4-length sculpt, this 8-inch bust of Hammer’s Van Helsing shows Cushing in all of his glory, as seen throughout HORROR OF DRACULA. Hitting shelves this September, you can pre-order this limited edition bust for $89.99 here.
Our third Toy of Terror might be a specialty for those who celebrate Halloween every day, and that’s a latex replica of Leatherface’s mask from TEXAS CHAINSAW 3D! Yes, now you can bring Leatherface into the third dimension with this 3/4 mask, complete with hair, rotting teeth and stitches. So stock up on a chainsaw before October 31st and you can get this mask for a mere $19.99 here.
This Toy of Terror may appeal to fans of an as of late unfortunately absent horror icon: THE MUMMY! This plastic replica of Boris Karloff’s interpretation of the Universal Monster stands at 7-inches tall, complete with a sarcophagus and removable lid. You can move his final resting place to your domestic resting place for $29.95 here.
Last but certainly not least comes X-Plus Japan’s reproduction of Mecha-Godzilla, straight from 1975’s TERROR OF MECHA-GODZILLA! Standing at 10.5 inches tall and created with stunning detail, this limited edition run is fully finished and in high demand. Take advantage of GODZILLA fever and get yours while they still last for $154.99 here!