These pics show off the Kong Of Skull Island figures by Mezco, while we know the smaller one has already been put up for pre-order we now have a timetable on the larger one which looks to hit next year, hopefully that means it will be also up for pre-order in the near future. Pics via Toyark.
Mezco Toys has shown a couple of Kong figures a while back now the first has been officially announced, the King Kong Of Skull Island 7 Inch Figure. The figure stands 17.78cm tall (approx 7 inches), is highly detailed King Kong with 28 points of articulation. It comes with two interchangeable heads, five interchangeable hands including a holding hand for figurine accessory, one set of shackles with real chains and one scaled Ann Darrow figurine. The figure comes packaged in a collector-friendly window box, perfect for display. It will retail for $40 US and can be pre-ordered now from Mezco with release scheduled between Nov 2018 to Jan 2019. (Note this is not the same Kong as in Kong: Skull Island.)
Mezco is releasing to King Kong figures based on the BOOM Studios comic book series King Kong Of Skull Island. There is a 7 inch and 18 inch versions, the 7 features an open muth and the 18 inch features a closed mouth. No release date or price was revealed but they should be released this year. More in info as we get it.
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Chronicle Collectibles made an announcement of new licenses and figure reveals at SDCC, the license announcement includes Godzilla, and Kong: Skull Island. No word yet on what may be released for them but they did reveal two new statues for their Jurassic Park/World line, the 1:5 Scale Female T-Rex, and the 1:20 Scale Indominous Rex. The T-Rex is quite big approx 3 feet tall (waist high), Indominous was hinted at being part of a Indominous Vs. T-Rex setup (possibly two separate statues or two piece set). Both of those like quite amazing. More info as we get it including release dates, prices, etc. Update: a few extra pics added including the Indominus Vs. T-Rex set, and a separate T-Rex statue, additional pics via ToyArk.
Lanard Toys has provided Kaiju Battle with hi-res pics (including a cool progression pic of a Samuel Jackson figure) and more info on their Kong: Skull Island toys. Their goal is an exciting action figure line that’s fun and priced right so that every kid can afford to collect them all. The line is going to be exclusively sold at Walmart stores in the USA and Smyths in the UK. Check out the pics above and below and read below what Lanard's line is all about.
"It’s an action-packed series where you can actually take control of KONG- Playout the battles and decide how Kong becomes King! The military plays an important role in the film and we at Lanard are one of the industry top military action figure creators. We have been in the business a long time and keep stepping up our game with high detail sculpts and new sku’s in our military line “The Corps!” so we were a natural fit for handling the Kong Toy line. It’s an incredible toy range and film based on a character that could not be more captivating- Kong has captured kids and audience imaginations for decades.
Get ready for the toys to be hitting the shelves now! We hope kids and collectors alike will love the line. So get out there and take control of the mighty monster as he protects our world from the most powerful creatures on Skull Island. Follow us on Instagram @kongskullislandtoys for other Kong announcements."
A bunch of Kong: Skull Island t-shirts have hit the web, most on ebay but they are listed as "official licensed" so they seem legit. Most are in sizes S- 5XL and retail for under $20. Check out all, or at least all we could find, they include all over print and a long sleeve one as well.