The Universal Monsters Retro Cloth Action Figures Wave 3 stand 8-inches tall, with over 14 points of articulation and authentically detailed full-cloth outfits, packaged in re-sealable clamshell packaging…with the Bride in her cloth gown and the Creature all green and scaly.
Who wouldn’t love that around Halloween?
The Bride of Frankenstein
One of the greatest sequels of all time, and a true delight for the fans of Frankenstein. Sadly, she made no future appearances in the classic Universal Monster films, though her look and idea has become iconic…and is a favorite among female horror fans (and the male fans who adore them!).
Phyllis Diller even took on the role for the 1967 Mad Monster Party (and she was quite the fright!).
The Creature From The Black Lagoon
With wave one of Frankenstein and the Wolfman, and wave two with Dracula and the Mummy, the majority of the early Universal Monsters have been translated into Mego-like figures. Who will be next? Can we hope to see the Invisible Man? Dare we dream of the Phantom of the Opera?