For several years now Mezco Toyz has been releasing some of the coolest horror collectibles to hit the market. The best part? They're not showing any signs of slowing down. Child's Play fans... get ready to feel your wallet rumble.
Mezco's Stylized Roto Figures are among our favorite horror collectibles, and this latest announcement that the line is expanding to include our friend to the end fills us with much joy... even if we do have to wait until next summer to play with him!
Fans of both J-horror and Living Dead Dolls will want to pay attention to this story coming out of Comic-Con as Mezco Toyz has revealed one of the most terrifying Living Dead Dolls ever: Sadako.
October is never far from our thoughts, and this year we have a new Living Dead Doll to look forward to during our most hallowed month as the one and only king of the vampires, Count Dracula, joins Mezco's Living Dead Dolls line.
Ready for a peek at the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Living Dead Dolls style? Then you're in luck as Mezco Toyz has unveiled War, Famine, Death, and Pestilence as you've never seen them before!
The "Creepy Cute" craze will never die, and Mezco is making sure you get your fill of it! We last teased you with blackened outlines of Living Dead Dolls Series 24, and now we are ready for the reveal!!
As a lover of the Universal Monsters, there are few people on the planet more excited for the release of Mezco's 9" take on the Frankenstein monster than I am. It's glorious. Just glorious. How about another look?
We are full swing into Toy Fair time now with the festivities under way in the UK this week. We caught up with Mezco for a peek at their creepy plastics for 2012 and got an eyeful of Living Dead Dolls art! On tap we have...
Who doesn't love playing with the dead? Sure, they can be a little stiff, but if you keep those limbs moving, you should be pretty okay. As for the smell? Well, there's not much that can be done in that department. Small price to pay for all that macabre fun though, dontcha think? From the Press Release:
Living as close to Mexico as we do, next to Halloween, many Dread Central staffers' favorite holiday is the Day of the Dead (or El Día de los Muertos) so you can bet we'll be first in line to order the super badass Living Dead Dolls Series 20, which is based around the festivities.
Nomad has picked up some more goods for you to dig on, this time coming out of The Wolfman's camp! What better way is there to celebrate the resurgence of everyone's favorite furry night creature?
And the Toy Fair goodies keep rolling in, this time taking us to Texas for a little plastic inspired barbecue with one of our dearest cannibalistic inbred cousins -- the one and only Leatherface from The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and for the first time ever Leatherface from Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III!
Toy Fair is in full swing, and we'll be bringing you all the horror in plastic goods from the show floor for the next few days. And who better to kick things off with other than Michael Myers, or should we say Rob Zombie's vision of Michael Myers?
With record snowfall to keep him locked inside with his toys and a new The Wolfman opening in theatres today, of course Nomad turned to his blog to celebrate werewolves by taking a look back at some of the best werewolf figures of the past several years. Nomad's Idle Hands Blog jogs the memory banks with mentions of these furry friends in their non furry format:
Join the Living Dead Dolls as they journey down the rabbit hole into Wonderland. Fans have eagerly been awaiting info on the release of the Cheshire Cat, and now the wait is over!