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Last year, NECA released a line of Ultimates action figures based on Disney’s 90s Gargoyles animated series featuring a spectacular 7-inch-scale Goliath. NECA followed that number up with Thailog, a preview of their upcoming Demona figure, and Hudson with the promise that many new figures were on their way to the Gargoyles line. Today they took Brooklyn off the list.
Gargoyles Ultimate Brooklyn 7-Inch Scale Action Figure ($37.99 – October release): Pre-order from Entertainment Earth: “Although at times cynical and hot-headed, Brooklyn has become a level-headed leader who puts his clan above all else. This Ultimate Brooklyn figure is fully articulated, and comes with interchangeable heads, hands, broadsword, torn pages, and sunglasses (because they’re cool).
Gargoyles Ultimate Hudson 7-Inch Scale Articulated Figure ($37.99 – October release) – Pre-order from Entertainment Earth: “Hudson was once the leader of this group of gargoyles, until he chose Goliath as his replacement. Although blind from one eye, Hudson is still a cunning fighter and a source of much wisdom (especially when it comes to Celebrity Hockey).The figure is fully posable, including poseable wings and tail, and comes with a roaring head, sword and several interchangeable hands.Comes in an easy to display window box with opening flap.
As for the Thailog figure, it stands 8 inches tall with a whopping 16-inch wingspan. He’s fully articulated down to the wings and tail, and comes with accessories like a briefcase with detachable money, flare gun, flare firing effect and 3 sets of interchangeable hands. order here from Entertainment Earth for $37.99 with a release date set for March The Goliath figure is in stock now and available to order from Entertainment Earth for $32.99.
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Disney’s Gargoyles animated series about ancient stone creatures that come to life at night and protect modern-day New York City only lasted a few seasons, but that was enough to earn it solid classic status. worship. The show available on Disney+ has brought it to a new legion of fans, and there are many who would love to see it brought back to life in some way. This includes Moon Knight writer Beau DeMayo:
“I was probably more excited, and this is probably going to get me fired, I was more excited watching Gargoyles when Disney+ dropped than any other show out there,” DeMayo said. “I was like, oh, I watch Gargoyles as soon as it drops. But that was my thing growing up. It’s weird, I’m a fanboy and I just go where the winds take me. Because the thing it’s like, from an outside perspective, yes, what I’m doing is really cool and awesome. But at the end of the day, it’s a job and there are bills to pay. So I had the chance to get this thing that pays the bills, which I love.”
All three seasons of Gargoyles are now streaming on Disney+.