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We Totally Want to Play with These Awesome ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Toys

The biggest Kong EVER is headed to the toy shelf.

This year’s Toy Fair takes over the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York from February 18th through the 21st, and we cannot wait to see all the new horror toys and collectibles that are going to be shown off at the event. We expect companies like NECA and Funko to impress the hell out of us, as they always do, and we’ve already got your first little sneak peek today.

We thank Idle Hands for the below images of Lanard’s first wave of Kong: Skull Island figures, set to hit toy shelves next month – the film arrives in theaters on March 10th, so that gives you plenty of time to play before Kong tears up the big screen once more. The wave of toys, subtitled “Battle for Survival: Creature Contact,” includes all sorts of vehicle playsets such as a jeep, a helicopter, and a boat, and most of the sets come with cool monster toys depicting everything from a Dino Monster to a massive spider. Looks like the film will be HEAVY on the creatures.

Coolest of all, the wave will be highlight by a gargantuan 18″ poseable “mega-figure” of the new Kong, which absolutely towers over the rest of the toys in the collection. We kinda need it.

Check out the images below and see many more over on Idle Hands!

Join the Monarch expedition to Skull Island and prepare to discover the most deadly creatures on planet Earth.







  • Rohan Sorensen

    The human figures are garbage! You can find those at a dollar store! Seems like the only people making an effort to improve their toys are the people behind GIJoe. Even Star Wars figures are getting worse.

    • PaulNomad

      Did they even make any GIJoe figures in the last year?

      • Rohan Sorensen

        Yes, and they were fantastic.

        • PaulNomad

          Well damn. I don’t think my local TRU got a single one.

  • J Jett

    i like the spider creature!

  • Randy Moses

    Hmmm… I think the human figures might be re-purposed figures from Lanards’ The CORPS line.

  • Mike

    I really wanted NECA to do these but apparently the studio wanted a more mass produced kid friendly line.

  • Satanzilla

    Not a fan of the skull headed dino creatures.

  • Ryan Walkner

    Kong and the monsters look awesome! I wanna get the set with that guy who looks like Samuel L Jackson.

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