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

BREAKING: NECA to buy Kidrobot

In news that comes as a surprise, Kidrobot has an agreement in place to be purchased by NECA. The designer toy maker — especially known for its Dunny line and blind-boxed figures — will become an “artist-run company,” according to NECA’s press release, and Frank Kozik will become its creative director.

Kidrobot will remain in its Boulder, Colorado, offices, according to NECA. It’ll be interesting to see where the company goes now; for a while, they appeared to be shifting away from the artist market and much more toward licensing, but at the same time were closing up their retail outlets and seemed to be a less dominant player in the designer toy scene.  

Any thoughts on what the news of being bought by NECA might have for Kidrobot, Tomopop readers?

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NECA’s NYCC display included a lot of previously unveiled collectibles as well as showing off NECA’s NYCC-exclusives which included the Ahab Predator, a Pacific Rim boxed set featuring all-black Jaeger variants, and some Scalers. Also on display was Dante and a NECA convention exclusive version of The Simpsons 25th anniversary Bret “the Hitman” Hart (who cameo’d in “The Old Man and the Lisa”) figure.

Alas, no new Mogwais (except the SDCC ones) or Gremlins were apparently on display. However, NECA showed off a new Burning Godzilla figure, a Festivus pole (Seinfield), a lot of upcoming Body Knockers, and there were a ton of Pacific Rim figures on display (once again reminding me that I haven’t even picked up one so far).

Be sure to check out the gallery.

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NECA is making a figure for NES Rambo

NECA’s NES figure line is still going strong. Who doesn’t love classic figures pulled from old school games? So they recently revealed that their next figure in this line will be Rambo.

Yes, in 1988 there was a Rambo video game by Acclaim. I have no idea how it was because it was a little before my time, but I’m sure it was as good as any movie-based video game. The Rambo figure shows John Rambo shirtless and wearing red pants.

The colors are very bright and his body lines are heavily inked. He will also come with his bazooka, knife, and bow and arrow. There is no price or release date yet, so let’s just look and admire his body.

[via Toyark]

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NECA Axehead Pacific Rim 7″ Ultra Deluxe Action Figure

From the epic Pacific Rim movie! Following the success of the recently released deluxe Scunner, Trespasser and Knifehead v.2 comes the next HUGE Kaiju – Axe head! Axe head was originally a concept model for Trespasser, the first Kaiju to emerge from the breach. This massive, fully articulated figure has a newly sculpted head and all new deco and detail.

Product Features

  • About 7″ tall
  • Fully articulated
  • Features newly sculpted head and deco

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NECA Rocky – Rocky (Sweatsuit) 8″ Clothed Action Figure

This is a brand new version of Rocky in his grey sweat suit. This pose able 8″ figure is dressed in tailored fabric clothing similar to the retro toy lines that helped define the licensed action figure market in the 70’s. Rocky is based on his iconic run through the streets of Philadelphia. He comes complete with layered swear suit with hood and newly sculpted hands and feet with a photo-realistic portrait.

Product Features

  • 8 Inches Tall
  • Fully pose able figure
  • Tailored fabric clothes

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NECA Rocky – Classic Video Games Appearance – 7″ Action Figure

Rocky is the fifth figure in our highly successful line of classic 8 bit video game tributes. Released in 1987 for the super popular 8-bit home console, the video game Rocky is an 80’s classic. He is 7 Inch tall with removable American flag that can be draped over his shoulders. Painted if a stylized approach with a hint of cell shading.

Product Features

  • Classic 8-Bit video Game Tribute
  • 7 Inch tall
  • Over 20 points of articulation

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NECA shows first look at 8-bit classic video game Rocky

Yesterday on Twitter, NECA showed off a picture of their next figure in their 8-bit classic video game line. So far, they’ve released Jason, Freddy Kruegar, Predator, and RoboCop. So now their newest figure added to this line will be Rocky Balboa.

Yes, Rocky also had a video game made for SEGA in 1987. This figure has on Rocky’s red, white, and blue trunks and has the American flag draped over him. I guess to show he’s a video game character they did some heavy shading in his body lines. No other details have been released? Could this be a SDCC exclusive? We’ll have to wait around and see. 

[via NECA’s Twitter]

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NECA 10-inch ED-209 and McFarlane 7-inch Robocop action figure: two peas in a pod

continued from previous post

Having reviewed the pretty awesome NECA Robocop 10-inch tall ED-209 Robot Action Figure (with Sound Effects & Dialogue) in the previous post, here are pictures of NECA 10-inch ED-209 and McFarlane 7-inch Robocop action figure standing together for a comparison of size. 7-inch RoboCop and 10-inch ED-209 seems to be of the right scale and height.

RoboCop and ED-209 seems to be made for each other. I don’t think you can have one without the other. RoboCop was made possible because of the disastrous malfunctioning of ED-209 during it’s first introduction. And RoboCop got to meet ED-209 in the office of OCP Senior President Richard “Dick” Jones when RoboCop goes to arrest Dick. All these happened in the 1987 science fiction action film “RoboCop” directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Peter Weller as Officer Alex Murphy / RoboCop, not the 2014 remake of RoboCop, directed by José Padilha, with Joel Kinnaman playing the title role of Alex Murphy and Gary Oldman as a new character named Norton, the scientist who creates RoboCop and finds himself torn between the ideals of the machine trying to rediscover its humanity and the callous needs of a corporation.

The McFarlane Robocop action figure is a surprisingly good figure. Along with having a fantastic sculpt, it also features some nice articulation. It can move its head forward and back and side to side; the shoulders had swivel-hinges, allowing for some ball joint-like range of motion; it had ball jointed hips; a swivel at the waists and swivels at the wrists; and hinges at the elbows, knees and ankles.
The McFarlane 7-inch Robocop action figure has a smooth, glossy shine applied to its armor body, with a blueish gleam. We all know that Robocop was technically silver in the first film and blueish-silver in Robocop 2, but the touch of blue gives it a nice look and feel and I’m not particularly picky about it.
Scroll down to see the rest of the pictures of NECA 10-inch ED-209 and McFarlane 7-inch Robocop action figure, including side profile comparisons. These two certainly make quite the pairing.
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And here’s NECA 10-inch ED-209 robot action figure from the 1987 RoboCop film standing with its other counterparts. To see all the figures in the display behind it, you can check out my toy blog post HERE titled “Just some RoboCop and RoboCop movie-related figures on display, including ED-209 & RoboCain”

Related posts:
March 23, 2009 – 1988 Kenner RoboCop Ultra Police ED-260 (ED-209) Cap Firing Robot figure (pictures HERE)
March 24, 2009 – Kotobukiya ED-209 mini-figure posted HERE
March 31, 2009 – Hot Toys 2006 released 1/6 scale ED-209 Full Review HERE
April 2, 2009 – Mez-Itz RoboCop Figures posted in my toy blog HERE
June 12, 2013 – Just some RoboCop and RoboCop movie-related figures on display, including ED-209 & RoboCain (pictures HERE)

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