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Mezco Teases One:12 Collective The Crow, Bill And Ted, Michael Myers And Superman Figures


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Mezco today showed off some virtual Toy Fair reveals for their One:12 Collective line. No details but we got our first looks at their One:12 figures of The Crow, Halloween II Michael Myers, Comic Book Superman, Fantastic Four and Rumble Society. The Bill And Ted from Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure figures are for their 5 Points line. Check out the images below and stay-tuned for more details when they become available.

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Bill and Ted look better than the other figures from Incendium or Figbiz or whoever they are, plus there's Rufus! 
Even though the figure is currently missing Shelly's ring (for now), and the neutral head sculpt doesn't look all that great, the smiling head sculpt on that Eric Draven Crow figure looks on par with the Hot Toys figure, and Mezco remembered the scar across the nose and didn't give him #$@%ing stupid red lips (for now). Jacket's probably not so great, though, but I am intrigued and hoping to see more. I'm also hoping this guy isn't an exclusive.
Something about the sculpt on that Michael Myers made me think it was a Living Dead Doll for a moment, and that's really not great for One:12 Collective.
Couldn't care less about the others so far.

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The Bill and Ted are from the 5 points line.

Since I'm not too excited about superheroes lately, I'll say the Michael Myers and the Crow One:12 figs are the reveals from mezco that got my attention this day. But, I wonder who the old bearded man is.

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Im liking the Bill & Ted figures...look better than Incedium's and no doubt will be cheaper too. It's a little odd that they chose to depict the tear in Bill's shirt as a paint splotch though. And some kind of deco on Ted's shirt would've been cool...I realize they couldn't do the OU812 graphic but maybe something simulating it would've worked fine.

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16 hours ago, deecee4 said:

It's a little odd that they chose to depict the tear in Bill's shirt as a paint splotch though.

Didn't notice that before, and yes that's odd.  It's actually more than "a little odd," since the paint splotch is a different color than Bill's skin tone.

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I like those Bill & Ted figures, would have been nicer if they were not simply 5 POA, with some better articulation they'd be figures to get, also thet tear in Bill's shirt is bothersome to look at, why didn't they figure that one out, should have been skin tone.

I also love those FF, I don't collect Mezco but they are great to see.

I also must ask what am I missing? why all of a sudden are so many companies making Crow figures?

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Today Mezco has another round of virtual Toy Fair reveals which included a MDS The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974): Leatherface, LDD Presents Silent Hill 2: Bubble Head Nurse, 14" Grub, One:12 Collective Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972), One:12 Collective Tiger-Stripe Wolverine, another Rumble Society figure and One:12 Collective Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: Green Ranger

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Hmm...yesterday's reveals were more interesting, at least to me, though nothing that yells "instant buy" at me yet. A year without a Toy Fair is less exciting

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Today Mezco had a final round of virtual Toy Fair reveals which included MDS Mega Scale IT (1990): Talking Pennywise, LDD Presents The Addams Family: Fester & It, One:12 Collective Ghost Spider, One:12 Collective Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, One:12 Collective Ultraman, a third Rumble Society figure and Destro from G.I. Joe.

Other reveals from the weekend included MDS The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974): Leatherface, LDD Presents Silent Hill 2: Bubble Head Nurse, 14" Grub, One:12 Collective Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972), One:12 Collective Tiger-Stripe Wolverine, 2 other Rumble Society figure, One:12 Collective Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: Green Ranger, The Crow, Halloween II Michael Myers, Comic Book Superman and

 

Fantastic Four.

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No doubt that Destro was the most interesting reveal today, looks nice but I highly doubt that we will see an extensive number of One:12 Joe's or Cobra members beyond the big names we already know. But who would have imagined that all these different companies would be making GI Joe stuff at the same time, some even better than Hasbro itself.

😉(Yeah, feel free to discern with the last paragraph, especially you, you know who.)😉

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Those are all some pretty good looking figures. The Planet of the Apes looks particularly interesting. They were some of my favorite Mego figures back in the day. I remember a friend of mine fell right on the Tree House the day I got it. Fortunately nothing a little glue couldn't fix.

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I love Ultraman! I grew up with the original 1966 series that played on American television in the 70's and 80's. I'm turning 49 tomorrow and Ultraman has been my favorite "super-hero". Not Spider-Man, Not Superman. Not Batman. It's ULTRAMAN!! 😀

Original 1966 Ultraman English dubbed introduction

I've already got Mezco's Ultraman vs Red King 5 Points figures paid in full via pre-order. Hoping that set ships soon.

Since it's Ultraman's 55th Anniversary this year(July 16, 1966 to July 16, 2021) I'm hoping Mezco will announce more monsters/aliens for their Ultraman line.

I'd also love to see the Science Patrol vehicles and Headquarters if possible.

First post here btw, cheers and thanks for having me!

-Ultrazilla

 

 

 

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Mezco today announced that the G.I. Joe One:12 Collective Destro figure they first announced last month will be going up for pre-order tomorrow (3/17). Check back then for more details and images.

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I hate you Mezco. I still haven’t gotten my mitts on the GI Joe Classified Destro and here you are teasing me with your version; which looks a lot cooler by the way, especially with the ton of accessories. May be I’ll start saving and get it when it retails in 2022. 

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