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Creature From The Black Lagoon - Quite A Collection

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    Luwana Sabean

    Very nice collection.

Creatures from the Black Lagoon

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Mab Graves

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Image detail for -Al Lewis actor biografia en Series Web

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The Creature from the Black Lagoon

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BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN

GreGGory's SHOCK! THEATER, samhiti: BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN

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Frankenstein - By Daniel R. Horne

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Bride of Frankenstein

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Universal Super Fiends

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The Invisible Man - Profile

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Bruce Timm

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Mezco proudly presents one of the world’s most famous Monsters…Frankenstein! Constructed by the infamous Dr Frankenstein from corpses, and resurrected by curious machines powered by a bolt of lightning, he terrorized the countryside. Now he is brought to life by Mezco’s award-winning design team. This 9inch scale Frankenstein features a real cloth coat and shirt. His finely detailed body boasts ten points of articulation and is covered with scars from his assembly. Sold out. :(

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Thanks to Facebook fan Kevin Cornell for posting this werewolf art!

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One more week until Werewolf: The Beast Among Us arrives on Blu-ray & DVD!

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Who is going to be a werewolf for Halloween?

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Thanks to Joann Rinaldi Alvarado for sharing this great werewolf art!

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(1954) Creature From The Black Lagoon

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(1931) Frankenstein

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The Wolfman

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Monster Squad

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Frankenstein

Frankenstein by Tom Carlton

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The Universal Monsters by GREG STAPLES | ARTIST AND ILLUSTRATOR

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Vinyl Decals: Frankenstein's Monster

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No longer were Universal's greatest monsters appearing on cookie boxes, Doritos bags, and Pepsi cans. Instead they were getting the respect they deserved with United States Postal Service Stamps. Overall, the early 90s was an odd time for horror toys, just look at the failed Nightmare On Elm Street and Friday the 13th toy lines (another article for another time) but at least some good came out of these mistakes as the mid-to-late 90s proved.

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By 1998 Sideshow Toys were releasing a line of spectacular figures that proudly boasted the likeness of the monsters screen counterparts, in favor of the early 90s bland, generic designs.

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