Before the Internet (yes, we’re going there), the only way I could imagine all of the toys I wanted was to get my spoiled little hands on was to nab department store’s annual gift guides (shout out to Sears!) or to pick up each month’s new issue of “Wizard” (I still have issue #1). I remembering pining over Kenner’s “Super Powers” line, while “Wizard” had the first ever shots of the new “X-Men” toys, including the first “Logan” action figure (the “Super Powers” line was already collectible at the time), that I stared at for months in agony. Point is, there’s something special about gazing upon shots of well-crafted toys that, even if you can’t afford or don’t have room for, you dream of one day having.
NECA is getting into the spirit of the holidays with their annual “12 Days of Downloads” – and while they’re mostly just shots of their products…wait, yeah, that’s exactly what’s cool about them!
Below are some of the gifts we’ve opened thus far, which include full visual guides for their “Ultimate” line, as well as Aliens, Predator and all of their clothed figures!
Ultimate 7″ Scale Action Figure Visual Guide
We’ve created a brand new visual guide for our Ultimate 7″ scale action figures! (Film licenses only, excludes Video Game Appearance and Expanded Universe Ultimates).
Predators 7″ Scale Action Figure Visual Guides – 2 Versions
We’ve updated two different versions of our Predators action figure visual guide to be completely current! Both include all our Predator action figures to date, and one version additionally features a gallery of card backer art.
Aliens Action Figure Visual Guide – 2 Versions
We’ve updated two different versions of our Aliens action figure visual guide to be completely current! Both include all our Aliens action figures to date, and one version additionally features a gallery of card backer art.
Retro 8″ Clothed Action Figure Visual Guides – 2 Versions (Clamshell and Boxed)
We’ve updated two different versions of our retro 8″ clothed action figure visual guides to be completely current! One covers the clamshell-packaged figures, and the other covers the boxed figures.