Halloween Retro-Inspired Action Figures Are Available Now!

These will be available for a very limited time. The fine folks over at Plastic Meatball have created a collection of three retro-styled action figures based on John Carpenter’s classic Halloween.

The trio of available figures includes Michael Myers, Laurie Strode, and PJ Soles! I mean, Lynda Van der Klok. Yes, Lynda is wearing clothes, but I’d totally buy a post-coital Lynda action figure. Each 3.75″ tall action figure comes with accessories and is attached to a unique retro-styled card back featuring artwork of the accompanying character.

The toys are $20 a piece and are expected to ship out ASAP. However, from personal experience, it’s usually about a week or so between ordering from Plastic Meatball and the figure being shipped.


Plastic Meatball
Plastic Meatball

Six-year-old Michael Myers murdered his sister on Halloween night.  He was locked away in Smith’s Grove-Warren County Sanitarium for 15 years.  On Halloween night in 1978 he escaped and returned home to Haddonfield to continue his murderous rampage!

Plastic Meatball
Plastic Meatball

Your average, wholesome 17-year-old high school student, Laurie Strode spends her time with friends and many night babysitting.  It was on Halloween night in 1978, however, that she experienced the horrific happenings known as the “Babysitter Murders!”

Plastic Meatball
Plastic Meatball

An 18-year-old high school student and cheerleader, Lynda Van der Klok prefers to pay more attention to the boys than her studies.  It was on Halloween night in 1978 that she experienced the horrific happenings known as the “Babysitter Murders.”

Plastic Meatball is the same company that gave us the first ever Time Bandits figures. I ordered Randall, and he goes great with my replica of The Map. I highly suggest picking this trio of figures up if you’re a John Carpenter or Halloween fan.

What do you think of these figures? Let us know below!

[Source: Plastic Meatball]

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Mike Phalin
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Longtime problematic entertainment journalist. The former workhorse for Dread Central, ScienceFiction.com, and Fanbolt.

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