Go Hero has a pair of1/6th scale Catwoman figures currently up for pre-order. Well...they're actually based on a pair of actresses who each portrayed Catwoman back in the 1960's. The collaboration between Go Hero, Executive Replicas, and Phicen LTD has given collectors the Eartha Kitt - Femme Fatale figure and The Secret Lives of Julie Newmarfigure. Each 1/6th scale figure can be pre-order for $149.99 and you can use the discount code "plasticandplush" to get $5 off on orders $50 or more.
The Eartha Kitt - Femme Fatale 1/6th scale figure features the following:
Phicen seamless female figure body with plastic armature
Three pairs of interchangeable claw hands
Base for the figure
The Secret Lives of Julie Newmar 1/6th scale figure includes the following:
Phicen seamless female figure body with plastic armature
Go Hero has announced that a number of 2001: A Space Odyssey items (from Executive Replicas) will be landing on our shores and starting to ship out to customers next week. They include Dr. Dave Bowman, Dr. Frank Poole, and the Blue Space Suit (all shown above).
In addition, there are several newly announced 2001 pieces available over at the Go Hero shop. You have a number of different Space Suit colors (Blue, Black, Green, Violet, and White) with each one retailing for $299.99. Also, there's the iconic Monolith with Moon Base in 1/6th scale form. It's also available for $299.99. And remember that you can use the discount code plasticandplush to get $5 off on orders $50 or more from Go Hero.
The Go Hero ExclusiveSteve Reeves is Hercules 1/6th scale figure is currently available and limited to only 50 sets. From Go Hero, Executive Replicas Inc., and Phicen Ltd, this is the first-ever licensed 1/6 scale collectible figure of Reeves. It can currently be pre-ordered for $199.99 (you can use discount code plasticandplush to get $5 off).
This limited edition comparative set includes the following:
Book containing rare behind-the-scenes color photos, illustrations, poster art and lobby cards, and NEVER BEFORE SEEN images from the private collection of Steve Reeves.
Steve Reeves t-shirt. Silk screen on Gilden Softstyle. Please include size, gray or red color, in the notes field. Special sizes may result in an additional charge.
Steve Reeves International Society Certificate of Authenticity. COAs are hand signed and numbered.
The Steve Reeves is Hercules 1/6th scale figure features the following:
Authorized Likeness of Steve Reeves
New Phicen 1:6 scale Seamless Muscle Body modeled after Steve Reeves
Go Hero is currently taking pre-orders for the 1/6th scale Death Dealer collectible figure. Officially licensed and authorized by Frazetta Jr. Enterprises, LLC and produced by Executive Replicas and Phicen LTD, the figure is slated to begin shipping in Q2 of 2016.
A massive 50 ft wall of stone and wrought iron that separated a land of evil and the unholy was constructed by an ancient civilization thousands of years ago. No one knows exactly when it was built, but its intent was to keep the evil that lurks within separate from the good and holy outside its perimeters. Behind this wall are thousands of acres of swamp and mountain ranges that are forbidden to be visited by mankind; anyone who entered was never heard from again. An ancient tribe spoke of a demonic figure that lived among the dead. He was called The Death Dealer. He had eyes of fire, and was the embodiment of darkness. During the time of the Norsemen around 1200 A.D., there was a kingdom miles from the gated entrance to this evil place. It was ruled by a powerful king named Jaro, who feared no man and used this land as a sacrificial place to deal with men that committed brutal and violent crimes; if one would be found guilty of murder, they would be sentenced to the Bad Lands, left behind the towering walls, never to be seen again. The land inside the walls were not to be visited by those who were good and lawful, and everyone knew that if they crossed over into the Death Dealer's domain they would never return. The Death Dealer rode atop a large, black horse, and would execute any who visited this place with one fell swoop of his axe. He was even so powerful that he had an army of the living dead at his command. The Death Dealer stands enormous, draped with a chain-link skirt, a dark cloak, and a horned helmet. His eyes burn like fire and no one is certain of his origin. It is told that he is as old as time itself.
The Death Dealer figure can currently be pre-ordered for $189.99. Also, you can use the discount code plasticandplush to get $5 off on orders $50 or more
The 1/6th scale Death Dealer collectible figure features the following:
Pair of natural hands
Pair of gloved hands
Breastplate with toothed accessories
Black sleeveless robe
Pair of briefs
Pair of shoulder guards
Shread to fasten on one arm
Pair of wrist guards
Midsection armor skull plate & belt
Pair of lower leg guards
Chainmail-like leg shirt with thigh guards attached
Go Hero has announced that they're currently taking pre-orders for The Spider 1/6th scale collectible figure. For the first time ever, Executive Replicas, Phicen Ltd., and Go Hero (officially licensed and authorized by Argosy Communications) are bringing The Spider to 1/6th scale action figure form.
THE SPIDER, foremost action hero in pulp fiction, was created by Harry Steeger as an avenging knight in a black cape. First appearing in THE SPIDER magazine in 118 epic novels mainly written by the legendary Norvell W. Page, of whom the LIBRARY JOURNAL said, "...just may have inspired the Iron Man franchise." Adventures packed with danger, impending doom, fantastic villains, and breathtaking action, The Spider went on to star in two Columbia Pictures action serials.
The Spider figure can currently be pre-ordered for $169.99. Also, you can use the discount code plasticandplush to get $5 off on orders $50 or more
The 1/6th scale The Spider collectible figure features the following:
Go Hero is currently taking pre-orders for their 1/6th scale Vincent Price collectible figure. The figure is a joint venture between Go Hero, Executive Replicas, and Phicen LTD (along with Storm Entertainment).
Born 1911, Vincent Leonard Price Jr., was also known as the Renaissance Man and the King of the Grand Guignol. He began his acting career in 1931 starting in minor roles but it wasn’t until the 1950’s that Price began achieving success for his role in the House of Wax. He went on to star in many horror films which included The Masque if the Red Death, The Fly, The Tingler. House on Haunted Hill, Return of the Fly, The Tomb of Ligela, The Raven, The Last Man on Earth, The Pit and the Pendulum, The Abominable Dr. Phibes, and Dr. Phibes Rises Again. Price is renowned for his distinctive low pitched atmospheric voice still recognizable today. Price also did television and radio and was a writer and gourmet, presenting many cooking shows for television.
The Vincent Price figure can currently be pre-ordered for $169.99. Also, you can use the discount code plasticandplush to get $5 off on orders $50 or more
The 1/6th scale Vincent Price collectible figure features the following:
Go Hero is currently taking pre-orders for the 1/6th scale Boris Karloff as Mord The Executioner figure. The figure is a joint production from Go Hero, Executive Replicas, and Phicen LTD.
Boris Karloff, real name William Henry Pratt, starred in hundreds of film, television and radio sows through hi career which started in 1909 and lasted up into the early 1970’s. Considered one of the true icon of horror cinema, Executive Replicas, Phicen Ltd., and Go Hero are proud to re-create one of Boris Karloff’s memorable characters – Mord The Executioner from the 1939 film The Tower of London in this very limited 1:6th scale action figure.
The Mord The Executioner figure can currently be pre-ordered for $169.99. Also, you can use the discount code plasticandplush to get $5 off on orders $50 or more
The 1/6th scale Mord The Executioner figure features the following:
If you hadn't noticed, Go Hero announced the branding of the Keir Dullea and Gary Lockwood figures (produced by Phicen and Executive Replicas) to being officially licensed (by Warner Brothers) 2001: A Space Odyssey 1/6th scale figures. While it probably won't have much of an impact on the figure itself, the figures can now be named after the characters in the film. Dulles played Dr. Dave Bowman and Lockwood played Dr. Frank Poole.
In addition to that tidbit being announced at New York Comic Con 2015, we also got our first peek at an additional spacesuit. The Blue Discovery Astronaut suit is available to pre-order (in addition to the two figures) for $279.99. The figures, which each include their own spacesuit, can be pre-ordered for $379.99 each. Of course, you can use the discount code plasticandplush to get $5.00 off your order from the Go Hero Shop.
Wilma Deering "Heroine of the 25th Century" is now shipping and available to order from Go Hero. The 1/6th scale figure is available to purchase for $159.99 (you can get $5.00 off with the code: plasticandplush).
Wilma is smart, tough, and doesn't take any guff. This daring dame fights to protect earth from the evil aliens, rogue robots, and dastardly villains. Her world of tomorrow is turned upside down when she meets a stranger from the distant past...a man named Buck Rogers! As the original "space girl", Wilma is the archetype for the many heroines of science-fiction and fantasy. With her clever mind, adventurous spirit and trusty “rocket pistol”, Wilma Deering has defied gravity and the stereotypical “damsel in distress” since the 1920s.
The 1/6th scale Wilma Deering includes the following:
Go Hero has announced all of the pertinent details regarding the upcoming Sheena, Queen of the Jungle 1/6th scale collectible figure. Along with Go Hero, Executive Replicas, and Phicen Ltd have collaborated to produce this first-ever figure of the original Queen of the Jungle. It's slated to retail for $149.99, when it goes up for pre-order later this month.
As beautiful as she is dangerous, Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, fiercely defends the rain forest and its denizens from all those who would do them harm. Originally conceived to be a counterpart to Burroughs' Tarzan, Sheena leapt off the pages of Fiction House comics in 1937 to become the very first female character to have her own title, four years before Wonder Woman. Since then, Sheena has been featured in comics, graphic novels, TV shows, and her own feature film. Although there have been many imitators, there will only ever be one jungle queen.
The 1/6th scale Sheena, Queen of the Jungle features the following: