Monday, July 19, 2010

Monster Monday!

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This time around, Monster Monday is probably all about Frankenstein, beginning with this 3-D card from Aurora, utilizing one of their Frankenstein models! More after the jump!

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Next up, it's Frankenstein's Bank! Apparently it was similar to the "skeleton hand" bank...

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Here's AHI's Frankenstein bendy on a mint card, showing the very cool artwork on that card!

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A Frankenstein glow-in-the-dark (?!?) candle that was obviously too cool to burn!

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The 1960s Cragstan Creeping Crawling Hand is obviously supposed to make you think of the Frankenstein Monster!

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Not sure who manufactured this Frankenstein dangler, could've been Ben Cooper!

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Lincoln International's Frankenstein Action Figure!

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Marx Toys made this walking Frankenstein that I'm pretty sure showed up on an episode of The Munsters!

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Frankenstein Monster Men troll doll!

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Here's the Monster-Niks Frankenstein troll!

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I really, really wish I could show you better photos of this Pencil Paint set!

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And we'll wrap up this week's installment with a half-dozen superb stills from Frankenstein!

Next: Some more Frankenstein, and maybe some non-Frankenstein stuff!

3 comments:

  1. Very cool assortment of Frankenstein monster items! It makes me pine for all my discarded Aurora model kits.

    And I think your right about that robotic monster being on the episode of the Munsters where Herman thinks its his son.

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  2. Is that a (W.T.) GRANTS price tag on the AHI Frankenstein Bendy package?

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  3. Blacknick Sculpture - I'm glad you enjoyed it!

    T.V. Barnum - I'm not sure, the photo isn't large enough for me to tell, and I'm not familiar with Grants enough to identify it at this size.

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