Lincoln Monsters Resurrects Dime Store Action Figures

A partnership between Plaid Stallions, White Elephant Toyz, and Absolutely Retro resurrects the Lincoln International brand of dime-store action figures through the newly established Lincoln Monsters line of collectibles.

The Creature from the Black Lagoon Mystery Game from Hasbro (1963)

Released in 1963 from Hasbro, The Creature from the Black Lagoon Mystery Game immersed players in a cardboard version of the murky habitat that was home to the same amphibious entity that frightened moviegoers in the 1954 movie.

Liam Robinson, Horror Collectibles

Liam Robinson collects horror movie memorabilia. In this edition of Collector Spotlight, Liam shares his approach to creating a one-of-a-kind collection and discloses the 1981 horror classic that unexpectedly introduced him to the genre.

Them Bones from Mego (1976)

Released in 1976 from Mego, Them Bones drew gameplay inspiration from Milton Bradley’s Operation, albeit in a spookier setting.

Masters of the Universe Deluxe Latex Masks from NECA

NECA announces a collection of Masters of the Universe latex masks in recognition of the franchise’s 40-year legacy.

Monster Dash from Whitman (1975)

Published in 1975 by Whitman, the Monster Dash board game is a spin-and-move race to be the first monster to traverse the trail and make it to the finish line.

Mystic Skull: The Game of Voodoo from Ideal (1964)

Released in 1964 by Ideal Mystic Skull: The Game of Voodoo saw players take on the role of a “witch doctor” and cast hexes on their opponents.

Scooby-Doo Friends & Foes Deluxe Boxed Set from Mezco Toyz

Mezco Toyz 5 Point series of collectable figures now includes the Scooby-Doo Friends & Foes Deluxe Boxed Set.

Aurora Movie Monsters (1964)

The first of Aurora’s 19-inch monster-themed kits came out in 1962 in partnership with Universal Studios and quickly became fan favourites.

Toho ULTIMATES! from Super7

Super7 readies its new Toho ULTIMATES! Godzilla and Biollante figures for launch in summer 2023.

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial from Atari (1982)

“The video game that lets you help E.T. get home, just in time for Christmas.”