It won't be released until the second quarter of 2012, but pre-orders are now being taken by Sideshow for the latest entry in their Alien collectibles line - Big Chap. And a big chap he is, too, measuring approx. 16" H x 7.5" W x 6.5" L.
The folks at Sideshow Collectibles, big teases that they are are, today offered up a sneak peek at a couple of upcoming "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" collectibles in their weekly newsletter. Curious as to which characters will be getting the Statue treatment from Sideshow?
There's no doubt Sideshow Collectibles knows how to do the undead better than just about anyone out there when it comes to what horror fans love to line their shelves with. And their latest Specimen looks like he's gone quite a few rounds with Victor Crowley himself!
I don't know about your house, but ours is full of horror collectibles, and even so we're always on the lookout for new additions. Hell, we've got at least half a dozen Jason Voorheeses alone ... but there's always room for one more. And thanks to Sideshow Collectibles we'll soon have a new Premium Format Figure from Friday the 13th Part 3 to bring home. Read on for a sneak peek.
There's badass, and then there's badass Sideshow Collectibles style. Their 16-inch Jason Voorhees "Terror of Crystal Lake" polystone statue is now available for pre-order, and we've got a look at both the Sideshow exclusive and regular versions for you here.
Every year Sideshow Collectibles offers an assortment of exclusive items at the San Diego Comic-Con, and today they provided a sneak peek at their four 2010 SDCC Exclusives. Will there be something from the Star Wars universe? Perhaps a new The Dead piece will rise? We can only hope!
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:
One of Dread Central's favorite corpse-themed collectibles is Sideshow Toys' line of The Dead figures, and today they provided their newsletter subscribers with a first look at "Undying Carcass", the next Premium Format Figure in the series.
It's been a while since we've gotten any new figures from the venerable Buffy the Vampire Slayer line of collectibles, but thanks to Sideshow, that's about to change as they've just announced a new maquette entitled "Throne of the Slayer".
If there's a horror icon who's been memorialized in resin, vinyl, and plastic more often than Friday the 13th's Jason Voorhees, I certainly can't think of it. And now, thanks to Sideshow, we're about to get yet another incarnation of the hockey-masked killer!
It could be argued that Terminator 2: Judgment Day is the best of the series; certainly Arnold never looked better than he did in his portrayal of the T-800 sent to protect young John Connor. And thanks to Hot Toys and Sideshow Collectibles, soon you'll be able to add a brand new version of Arnie's T-800 to your collection.
And do they ever! One of Dread Central's favorite corpse-themed collectibles is Sideshow Toys' line of The Dead figures. Standing in at twelve inches tall, these shambling badasses pack a lot of bite. But now ... there's a whole new way to enjoy them!
As part of its "Live by the Sword" line, Sideshow Collectibles has a new Premium Format Figure to tempt you to whip out your charge cards: Vlad the Impaler! Vlad, who is sculpted in stunning 1:4 scale, comes in both standard and exclusive versions with an estimated ship date of 3rd Quarter 2010.
In keeping with the spirit of Friday the 13th, everyone's favorite maker of super-expensive yet completely badass collectibles, Sideshow Toys, has unveiled an exclusive teaser for their upcoming Jason figure.
Medicom has held a Disney license for some time now ... sometimes creating beautiful vinyl figures capturing every inch of your favorite characters and sometimes taking that character to extremes we never expected!