NECA has unveiled a full image gallery for its upcoming Universal Monsters collection featuring Boris Karloff’s iconic Frankenstein’s Monster
A few weeks ago, NECA teased us with an image of Boris Karloff’s iconic Frankenstein’s Monster. And today, they have finally peeled back the curtain and announced an all-new Universal Monster Ultimates Collection.
The first to release is Frankenstein’s Monster. And pre-orders are already open. Needless to say, the figure is based on Karloff’s legendary debut appearance in the 1931 classic movie. And it will include three interchangeable portraits, multiple swap-out hands, shackles, and daisies. Read on for full details and a superb image gallery.
To celebrate the 90th anniversary of the acclaimed silver-screen classic Frankenstein, NECA announces the triumphant debut of Universal Monsters in its Ultimate action figure line!
The sculpt captures Boris Karloff’s poignant portrayal of the misunderstood monster in authentic black-and-white just like the movie. Standing in a 7” scale, the figure comes in premium anniversary packaging with plenty of accessories: 3 interchangeable heads, 6 interchangeable hands, shackles, and daisies.
In conclusion, this figure looks exceptional. Boris Karloff’s unmistakable facial features can often be tricky to replicate. But NECA has gone above and beyond with this figure. Because it looks incredible. And the figure looks breathtaking set against the classic black and white backdrop. Now, pre-orders are already open for US collectors at Entertainment Earth. UK collectors should watch their favorite vendors for links. The figure will release between June and July.
But I’d recommend you get in early. Because I have a feeling this one is going to sell fast. (I’ll be first in line!) And let’s face it, who wouldn’t want to add Boris Karloff’s iconic monster to their collection?
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