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Tag Archive: Planet of the Apes action figures


Super7 is returning to San Diego Comic-Con in two weeks with more great new products for 2018.  And you can find new releases not only in the main dealer area at SDCC (Booth #4945), but at two events at the Super7 downtown store at 701 8th Avenue (a 10-minute walk from the San Diego Convention Center)–with some items only available at the store.  For the first offsite sale, Hordak’s Lair from Masters of the Universe is the theme of the first event Wednesday, July 18, from 9 p.m. to Midnight and Thursday, July 19, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.  It will feature the latest Super7 MOTU releases as well as exclusives and debuts created specifically for the event, like an exclusive 5.5-inch Laughing Prince Adam figure.  Limited quantities will be available only at the Super7 store, with another opportunity to order for October delivery being announced at the Super7 website soon.  Hordak’s Lair will also offer an exclusive site-only sale of a new She-Ra & Hordak 3.75-inch ReAction figure 2-pack with new, original card art by Jason Edmiston.  Super7 will also premiere its new blind box assortment of She-Ra Keshi 1.75-inch Figures.

Then the Super7 switches gears for a Universal Monsters “Boodega Corner Monstore” Friday, July 20, from 9 p.m. to Midnight, Saturday, July 21, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sunday, July 22, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  That will be the only place to score four Universal Monsters on these new cardbacks:

Other exclusives at the Boodega only include four Universal Monsters 7″ x 21″ felt pennants and enamel pins.  So what’s available at the actual convention?

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At New York Toy Fair 2017 Super 7–formerly partnered with Funko–proved yet again that no other toy company compares when it comes down to sheer volume of licenses it holds, and the company continues to venture into the obscure and retro as shown in its line of ReAction, classic 3 3/4-inch Kenner-inspired action figures we have covered here at borg.com since day one.  We’ve seen Alien, Arrow, Back to the Future, Big Trouble in Little China, Breaking Bad, The Bride of Frankenstein, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Creature from the Black Lagoon, The Crow, The Dark Crystal, Dracula, E.T., the Extra-Terrestrial, Escape from New York, The Fifth Element, Fight Club, Firefly, The Flash, Frankenstein, Friday the 13th, The Golden Girls, The Goonies, Gremlins, Halloween, Hellraiser III, The Invisible Man, Jaws, The Karate Kid, Masters of the Universe, The Mummy, The Nightmare Before Christmas, A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Phantom of the Opera, Predator, Pulp Fiction, The Rocketeer, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Scarface, Scream, Star Trek, Suicide Squad, Taxi Driver, The Terminator, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Tomorrowland, Trick or Treat, and The Wolfman.  

What more could you want?

How about Planet of the Apes, Hellboy, Shogun, Robotech, the classic Batman 1966 TV series, Iron Maiden, Heavy Metal, The Toxic Avenger, Street Fighter 2, Nosferatu, Alfred Hitchcock, and more Alien, plus figures from the sequel Aliens, more Masters of the Universe, and more of those ultimate retro action figures that never were: The Worst. (Follow the links to learn more and order available figures from Entertainment Earth).

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With Planet of the Apes you’ll see Cornelius, Zira, Taylor, an Ape Soldier, and General Ursus.  With Robotech, at least six VF series robots, six Shogun figures, Batman, Robin, Batgirl, and several villains from Batman ’66, as well as the classic Batmobile.  Hellboy features Hellboy, Abe Sapien, Liz, and Lobster Johnson.

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