DST's Mad Monster Party Series 1 - NEW PHOTOS
After 45 Years, The Action Figures Are Finally Here...
Watch your back, Rudolph -- the Mad Monster Party has begun! Released in 1967 by stop-motion magnates Rankin-Bass, Mad Monster Party is the horror buff's bedtime story, the Halloween equivalent of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, and a benchmark in the grand tradition of stop-motion animation. Now, 45 years later, Diamond Sleect Toys is giving the film the toys it so richly deserved.
The first series includes Baron Boris Von Frankenstein, the Baron's creation Fang and the vampiric Count Dracula. Sculpted in a 7-inch scale (the creature is over 9 inches tall) by Tony Cipriano, each figure comes with a display base and a variety of accessories. Check out the new atmospheric photos from DST.
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Re: DST's Mad Monster Party Series 1 - NEW PHOTOS
These are great!
I'll be heading to the comic shop this weekend to pick them all up!
Can't wait for series 2.
And after they're done with these, for my next monster fix how about some Groovy Goolies figs, Diamond? Frankie, Wolfie, Drac, Mummy, Bela LaGhostly, Ratso & Fatso, Hagatha -- I'd buy 'em all!
Or how about figs of the classic 70s-style Monster Cereals characters (not the lame 90s redesigns): Count Chocula, Frankenberry, Booberry, Fruit Brute and Yummy Mummy? Hell yeah I want!!