Gentle Giant Studios
Another 2012 San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive from Gentle Giant: Blade II Blu-ray with Bonus Reaper Figure
What better way to wrap up the week than with another 2012 San Diego Comic-Con exclusive heading our way? This one's from Gentle Giant Studios (click here for the rest of what they'll have at the show), and fans of the Blade series will want to take note.
Gentle Giant's 2012 San Diego Comic-Con Exclusives: The Pale Man Statue from Pan's Labyrinth and Mars Attacks Mini-Bust
And another toy company has provided a look at its exclusive offerings during the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con: Check out Gentle Giant's The Pale Man Statue from Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth and a Mars Attacks Mini-Bust.
It's been some time since we talked about Death Troopers, the novel by Joe Schreiber where the worlds of horror and the pop culture phenomenon called Star Wars collide. The idea was instantly applauded, though, at the time, it was shocking that Lucas would allow such liberties to be taken with his creations.
Gentle Giant is in command of the New Line Cinema House of Horrors license for statues and busts, and so far they've gone from ultra realistic to Tex Avery cartoony in 3.2 seconds. Now...we get a somber piece. Jason sits in his childhood bed, clutching a doll that reminds him of his lost innocence while his subconscious has him stabbing the hat of Freddy Krueger, the man that epitomizes the rape of children's dreams. DEEP! Let's read the propaganda ...
Man, Gentle Giant just has a knack for creating collectibles that it’s very, very hard to not spend your money on. Of course, that’s their intention, isn’t it? On your right you’ll see the lastest example of Gentle temptation, the Animaquette of Freddy Krueger!
The guys at Gentle Giant have proven yet again why the have the best busts in the business. Wait, that didn’t mean what it sounded like; what I meant was that they make the best busts in the business. Just take a look at the new Freddy Krueger bust, which we’re just teasing you with below.
Halloween is just around the corner, and chances are you’re going to wake up one morning in the not too distant future and say to yourself, “I need more cool horror collectibles or all my friends will think I’m lame!” Have no fear; the last thing anyone here at Dread Central wants is lame readers, so here are some ideas to make yourself just a bit cooler…
All right, it took longer than any of us would’ve liked, thanks in no small part to various sicknesses, Tribeca and other conspiring factors, but I’m proud to announce that our massive toy gallery from New York Comic Con is now online!
Gentle Giant Studios has been floating around out with the other toy companies for a while now, slowly building a reputation as one of the best when it comes to their design and photo-realistic quality sculpts. So how cool is it that they’re finally getting into horror?
Hitting the 2007 San Diego Comic Con is always a psychotic ride for any reporter. For someone covering horror toys for Dread Central, to borrow a line from Slither, it’s like finding a needle in a fuck-stack!