As if you needed any more reasons to be glad you're a fan of The Walking Dead comics, today at Toy Fair, Diamond Select unveiled its new "Michonne's Pet" bank, which will become available this summer. Start saving your pennies!
Diamond Select Toys and Skybound have announced the prison-based The Walking Dead Minimates Series 3 debuting this spring along with a contest to make your own mini-movie starring the two earlier series of The Walking Dead Minimates to be judged by Robert Kirkman.
The Munsters were one of the more unusual families in American television history, and their family car was just as unusual as they were! While the Munsters fused Transylvania with suburbia, the Munster Koach fused a hearse with a hot rod.
The third set of Universal Monsters Minimates has arrived from Diamond Select Toys featuring The Mummy and The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and we've got a look at everything DST put together for these two fine specimens.
The first series of Minimates based on The Walking Dead comic book by Robert Kirkman is scheduled to hit in September, and Diamond Select Toys is already hard at work on the second series, slated for a November release.
Just because someone is dead and walking around doesn't mean that we cannot find practical uses for them. Case in point: this really nifty new bank inspired by The Walking Dead! Check it out and get your change ready!
Aside from all that nasty rigor mortis business, it's fun and easy to play with the dead. Now Diamond Select has made it even easier with Wave One of their Walking Dead Minimates! Check 'em out!
Seriously, man. When something dies, why not play with it? You can make it do anything you want! We should be taking advantage of situations like this!
The first wave of "Munsters" figures was a collector's dream with each one capturing the essence of the character perfectly. In addition to these fantastic representations of Grampa, Herman and Lily, you also got a killer collection of accessories AND a Build-A-Electric Chair!! Now Diamond Select looks to finish off its "Munsters" family portrait with a two-pack of Marilyn and little Eddie!
The New York Comic Con, which runs October 13-16 at the Javits Center in Midtown Manhattan, is quickly approaching so look for updates on panels and other events taking place during the con over the coming days. First on tap we have news about one of the things Dread Central and its readers like best: freebies! And not just any old freebie either. We're talking zombie freebies!
Ah ... Ariel Chylde. I've spent many, many lonely nights in the quiet confines of Doctor Gash's secret laboratory admiring your…ahem…courage. But we all know Ariel has assets far beyond her courage and the beautiful character will be on display in all her glory in an amazing upcoming figure.
The Wolfman and the Creature have had their day in the sun, and now it's Dracula and Frankenstein's turn! Granted, the sun may not be the best place for Dracula, but you'll want to check out his upcoming Minimates set in a good light as well as the series he'll share with Frankenstein's famous monster.
The gorgeous Ariel Chylde has been tempting comic book readers with her beauty for 15 years, and our friends at Image Comics and Diamond Select Toys are doing the celebration right with some all new Ariel for you to enjoy.
This October the Universal Monsters return to the pegs of a toy store near you, courtesy of Diamond Select Toys. Your favorite fiends will be released in all new, completely original lines from the MEGO-esque retro cloth series to your basic action figure format to the little, itty bitty block figures known as Minimates. Here's a quick rundown of what is on the way along with some new in-package pictures of the basic action figure line as well as the Minimate four-pack figure sets.
The US Toy Fair is an insane rush of interviews and images of THOUSANDS of the newest toys hitting our happy shores, most of which we can shoot pictures of so you, at home, can drool to your heart's content and plant printed pictures around the house like a young Ralphie hinting at his lust for a Red Rider BB gun. But some, no matter how much we beg, we cannot photograph, most often due to approvals needed by a licensor.