I Knew It! Judge Caligula Is Next For Hiya Toys’ 2000 AD Toyline!

If you give a man a little bit of power, sometimes it goes to his head. Such was the case with one Deputy Chief Judge, Caligula. Once he was part of the Justice Department responsible for monitoring and judging Street Judges. Then, thanks to the power of hypnotism, he created his own army of Judges. With only two Judges unaffected by the scheme, they waged war to save Mega-City One from the tyrannical madman.
Not too long ago, I wondered if Caligula would be part of the line, and here he is! Hiya Toys is producing a Judge Caligula figure in scale with the rest of the company’s 2000 AD figures. Judge Caligula was possibly one of the most entertaining of all the memorable villains in the world of 2000 AD comics. Hiya Toys took all the iconic things about the character and put them into toy form. He even comes with Judge Fish!
Judge Cal is available for pre-order now at the Big Bad Toy Store. He’s priced at $19.99 and has an expected release date set for February 2023. Other figures in the 2000 AD series are also available, including an upcoming set with Judge Dredd and his Lawmaster. This PX Previews Exclusive is going for $69.99 and will come out in March.

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Hiya Toys
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The figure’s face looks a little rough, but this is just a prototype. I hope the clear plastic on Judge Fish’s bowl is more translucent in the final product.
Judge Caligula was based on the perverted Roman ruler and the actor who portrayed him in the 1979 raunchy Tinto Brass movie. The figure’s appearance doesn’t bear much in common with Malcolm McDowell, but you can quickly tell that this is Judge Cal. OK, the giant crest he wears around his chest is a dead giveaway.
[Source: Hiya Toys] [Source: Big Bad Toy Store]

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

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