Our Toy Fair 2005 coverage continues as we’ve got a complete list of NECA’s line-up for 18″ inch figures for 2005. One figure in particular had me shaking in excitement! Finally a bad ass 18″ Endoskeleton from Terminator 2 is coming our way, along with a stack of other surprises like the 19″ Jason Voorhees from Freddy vs Jason. Read on for the story or click here for more Toy Fair coverage…
At the 2005 American International Toy Fair, NECA/REEL Toys is unveiling our latest crop of large scale action figures. From all walks of life come our 18″ Scale Action Figures. For characters bigger than life itself you need action figures bigger than the average toy. Ranging from horror, to sci-fi, to fantasy, and even musical mascots, NECA/Reel Toys presents the top of the line in special electronic features. Whether it’s motion activated sound, featuring sound clips direct from the motion pictures, or light up features and moving parts, each 18″ figure is brought to life with stunning detail and realism.
Iron Maiden: 18″ “Somewhere In Time” Eddie
Features a motorized right arm and light up eye. Available Now
House of 1000 Corpses: 18″ Captain Spaulding
Features motion activated sound along with interchangeable hands, gun, and more. Available April 2005
Frank Miller’s Sin City: 18″ Marv
Features motion activated sound and movie accurate accessories. Available in both color and black and white versions.
Available April 2005
Terminator 2: 18″ Endoskeleton
Features light up eyes and is NECA’s most articulated 18″ figure ever! Available May 2005
American Psycho: 18″ Patrick Bateman
Features motion activated sound, with our longest sound chip ever! Available May 2005
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: Willy Wonka
Features motion activated sound along with removable hat and cane. Available June 2005
Freddy VS. Jason: 19″ Jason
Our biggest, most massive 1/4 scale figure yet! Features removable mask and machete accessories. Available September 2005
Robocop: 18″ Robocop
Features motion activated sound and movie accurate gun.
Available September 2005