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Pickman’s Vinyls Has You Covered For Miniature Horror Figures For The Holidays

Thursday, November 28, 2019 | Collectibles

Joshua Allen Hibbard a.k.a. “Professor Pickman” and Mike Alvarez’ Pickman’s Vinyls are back in a big way with several new releases ready to stuff those holiday stockings.

Hot on the heels of the wildly popular JOHN CARPENTER’S THE THING MINIATURE FIGURE COLLECTION (which still has one final release scheduled to drop December 6th – MAC 2.0 a.k.a. “Fuck You Too, Mac”), is a newfangled version of MacReady (Kurt Russell) which also happens to include the “final” piece of the “Blair Build-a-Thing” character.
Price: $16 USD

Keeping with characters from classic cult films comes the George A. Romero 1978 Dawn of the Dead-inspired  MONROEVILLE MINIS (Wave one), which showcase The Plaid Shirt Zombie (released this month) to be followed by Swat Peter (December), Flyboy Zombie (January), and Swat Roger (February). Collect all four in Wave One and get a “free* George Romero minifigure! Each Minifigure stands between 2 and 2.5 inches tall, and is cast in solid resin with a paint wash. All releases will come bagged with header tag and a character art print.

Price: $16 USD


Monroeville Minis
Concept and Creative Director- Michael O’May, @tinmask
Design and Character Art-
Mike Alvarez, @zaracis
Sculpt, Cast and Production- Pickman, @pickmansvinyls

Sticking with cult horror comes WEREWOLF VICTIM MINIFIGURE which is inspired by Jon Landis classic An American Werewolf in London (1981). The film itself mixed dark comedy and humor together perfectly and even had some of the most groundbreaking and impressive award-winning transformation effects to date. Get your commemorative Werewolf Victim (Jack Goodman) resin figure that stands around 2 inches now for the low price of $15 USD.

Way before James Gunn jumped on board the Marvel Universe juggernaut, he was making a nice little name for himself directing horror films. One of those particular films which still sits well with fans is the 2006 horror/comedy Slither. One of the more notable characters from that film is the giant mutated man creature known as Grant, as portrayed by Michael Rooker. Pick’s Vinyls has decided to immortalize this character with a LIMITED GRANT GRANT RUBBER MINIFIGURE.  Get all the gruesome goodness with this 2.5 inch tall figure with a cost of $20 USD (this figure is very limited).

The next two are beyond impressive. First let’s take a look at this delightful little dame, HENRIETTA DELUXE RESIN MINIFIGURE SET preorder . Get one of the most memorable Deadites from the The Evil Dead films, complete with a two-piece ball joint Deadite neck and head, the Necronomican (book of the dead) accessory, an interchangeable human head, cellar door and original art from Mike Alvarez. Get this hand-painted premium figure set for that Evil Dead collector among you for only $40 USD. Look for this item to start shipping early/mid-December.   

The ’80s saw a handful of notable remakes, from the Tobe Hooper-directed Invaders from Mars to the 1988 Chuck Russell directed The Blob. Pre-order  THE BLOB MINIFIGURE SET and get consuming victims. Each set will include one semi-translucent rubber minifigure, one set of victim legs, one victim torso, and one ultra-cool “melting” victim torso. The Blob is cast with a hollow bottom, so that it can “absorb” all your 1-1.5 inch minifigures, how snazzy!. Look for this pre-order set to sell for $28 USD and start shipping in early December.

2019 has been an amazing year for Pickman’s Vinyls and many horror fans and collectors have reaped the rewards, Here’s looking to many new and exciting creations coming in 2020, please take a look at all the different collectible figures available on the Pickman’s Vinyls website.

Chris Hammond
The Curator of the Creepy collectibles. I've been an avid horror fan for over 3 decades. Meeting and writing about some of the finest artists from all over the world is a pure joy. I've written for multiple websites on the art and collectible front. The horror bug that lives inside me is well cared for and has been going strong since I watched my first introduction to horror through a grainy VHS copy of John Carpenter's 1978 classic film Halloween.