NECA – Halloween (2018 Movie) – 7″ Scale Action Figure – Ultimate Michael Myers

Michael Myers returns to NECA’s action figure line! Based on his appearance in the thrilling new Halloween movie, this all new Michael stands over 7” tall and has received the Ultimate treatment, with over 25 points of articulation and tons of accessories. The Ultimate Michael Myers figure comes with 2 heads, knife, hammer, jack o’ lantern, interchangeable hands and more. Comes in display-friendly deluxe window box packaging with opening flap.

Product Features

  • Based on the 2018 film Halloween
  • Michael Myers stands about 7 inches tall with over 25 points of articulation
  • Accessories included: 2 heads, knife, hammer, jack o’ lantern, interchangeable hands and more
  • Deluxe window box packaging with opening flap

Gold Tatto by Michael Lau for {AR+OY} Taipei

Here’s a closer look at the GOLD TATTO that was released for {AR+OY} Taipei featuring Michael Lau’s arguably most iconic character being in shiny chrome-gold finish! As previously blogged each 12-inch tall gold plated Tatto had a SRP of NT$15,500 (US$500+???) and is in an edition of 30pcs, produced by How2Work … and I reckon it’s made of resin, as there’s this insert-right image of someone’

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Rumor – Michael Bay To Pass On Directing Transformers 5?

We’ve been here before, back after Dark of the Moon wrapped – but Michael Bay has again said that he wants to move on to different kinds of movies and possibly not direct Transformers 5. He recently renewed his contract with Paramount so presumably there will be great pressure for him to continue- but it’s very likely that both Bay and Transformers could benefit from a fresh perspective on the property. Keep reading for a link to the article and details.

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Transformers 4 Lost Age of Extinction – Japan Times Talks to Michael Bay, Kelsey Grammer, Nicole Peltz, and Mark Wahlberg

The Japan Times has published an article about Age of Extinction, its Japanese connections, and the samurai-inspired changes to the character designs. Bay also reveals that despite vowing that Dark of the Moon was his last Transformers film he was “prevailed upon, expertly” by a group or person he does not name to direct TF4. Will the same be true of TF5? We’ll see. Keep reading for a link and selected quotes!

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Michael Lau garden(palm)er Series 2

Continuing their line of 1:12 gardener figures, Crazysmiles is about to release Michael Lau’s garden(palm)er series 2, produced by How2work. Series 2 features nine regular figures (Prodig, Miss in Wakeboard, Young B/W, Young Fatwest, Colorz, Lazy B/W, Mono, Detective, German F) + a bonus figure. As with Series 1, each…

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Michael Lau — remember-disc time-travel exhibition

Michael Lau’s ‘remember-disc time-travel’ exhibition opened last night (5.15) in HK at his pop-up gallery in Causeway Bay, to coincide with Art Basel HK. As we mentioned before, the show pieces were based on quotes that inspired or resonated with the artist. Lau created forty-four pieces for the exhibition matching…

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Transformers 4: Age of Extinction – Images of Michael Bay and Architect Chad Oppenheim at Harvard University

Michael Bay has posted some images from his discussions on the origins, inspirations, and herculean efforts required to complete some of the largest, most technical complex films ever made. See some images of the Transformers: Age of Extinction director with Architect Chad Oppenheim and students from the event that took place tosay at Harvard Universitys Graduate School Of Design in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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