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  1. It's Wednesday, and you know what that means: ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the first two Universal Monsters Accessory sets from NECA, for Frankenstein and The Mummy. Continuing the NECA month, I had those accessory sets on my pile of unopened toys for a while, and it was time to set them free. They come with a cardboard background and end up being pretty great little dioramas. The Universal Monsters Frankenstein Accessory set comes with Dr. Frankenstein laboratory table, a laboratory cardboard background, a plastic towel to add to it, a piece of white cloth, an alternate bandaged head for the Frankenstein's monster and a flaming torch to scare it (Frankenstein's Monster figure not included). The box art on those accessory sets looks gorgeous, as usual with NECA. I had heard that the table cannot be undone once assembled, and that is very true, the pieces snap together and you'd need to break it in pieces if you want to store it back in the box. It's a pretty great looking table, though! The table and the laboratory background make for a decent diorama, and the extra accessories add nicely to your Frankenstein's Monster figure. The Mummy Accessory set is pretty great too, as it includes the long awaited sarcophagus, an Egyptian themed background, and a chest (The Mummy figure not included). When I got the Mummy figure, I kinda wished it came with a sarcophagus, since it had been teased on the pictures... Well, that's how you sell people an extra accessory set! The sarcophagus looks really great, with tons of details in the paint apps. The chest can open in order to store the smaller Egyptian chest that came with the Mummy figure (which hid a scroll). The Dracula Accessory set is already out (and on its way!), along with Carfax Abbey version of the Dracula figure (black and white). I'm looking forward to check those out too! More news at 11:00... It's alive... ALIIIIVE!
  2. It's Wednesday and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the Frankenstein's Monster from the NECA Universal Monsters line, the black and white version! I've always loved those old classic movies, so when NECA announced they were going to dive into that line, I was ecstatic. Then, they announced they would do black and white AND colored versions of them, and I was torn! Shoud I get them in black and white, or should i get the colored versions... the movies were in black and white, so it would make sense to get those... but the colored ones look great too... OH, THE DILEMMA! (First world problems, am i right?). I decided to go with the black and white ones, and so far they have announced only the Mummy in black and white... There's also an accessory pack for it, but that is only colored... Oh well. The Frankenstein monster, as portrayed by Boris Karloff with the iconic make-up and bolts in his neck, is a fantastic looking figure. He comes with 2 extra heads, 4 extra hands, a chain and a couple of flowers. Let's switch to black and white photos! Articulation-wise, it's the usual NECA offering. The big jacket is rubbery and does hinder a bit of movement, but then again, that is one character that is supposed to be stiff. Don't expect a lot of Spider-man poses with this one (Oh, that would have been super funny actually...) So far, the Werewolf (colored) and the Mummy (both colored AND black and white) are the only other 2 officially announced, and Dracula was teased. An accessory pack for the Mummy, complete with Sarcophagus and chest is also available for pre-order. Now, if someone could just tease the Phantom of the Opera and the Creature from the Black Lagoon... More news at 11:00... It's alive... ALIIIVE!
  3. NECA today released this preview image for their upcoming 7" Classic Universal Monsters Frankenstein’s Monster figure. Stay-tuned for more details on this one in the coming days.
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