DST's Universal Monsters Series 3 Unleashed (New Minimates Too)
New Photos Inside...
The season of the witch is upon us, and the classic monsters of Universal Studios have emerged from their cardboard crypts. The third series of Universal Monsters 7-inch action figures are in comic shops and Toys"R"Us stores now, and 2-inch Minimates are currently making their way to stores across the land.
For full details on the Universal Monsters Series 3 figures, CLICK HERE.
For full details on the Universal Monster Minimates, CLICK HERE.
Check out the new photos - courtesy of Diamond Select Toys - below.
All Photos by DST
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Re: DST's Universal Monsters Series 3 Unleashed (New Minimates Too)
Hey Diamond, when you're done with the Universal Monsters
(by the way I still want:
John Carradine as Dracula from "House of Dracula"
Dr. Praetorius & Dr. Frankenstein from "Bride of Frankenstein"
Fritz the lab assistant from the original "Frankenstein"
Marya Ouspenskaya as the old gyspy woman from all the Wolfman movies)
howsabout throwing in a couple of non-Universal classic monsters into the series too, like
Luna from "Mark of the Vampire" (MGM 1935)
Lon Chaney from "London After Midnight" (MGM 1927)