‘Men In Black’ Neuralyzer Replicas Are Coming Back!

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The Neuralyzers had been previously available via Master Replicas and SD Studios in the 2000s. These versions had lights, sounds, and a bright flash, similar to what you’d find on a camera. Unfortunately, the replicas have long since been out of production and fetch over $1k on eBay. Eventually, Factory Entertainment released its version, but they were limited to only 1,500 pieces. That was until today.

FE will release the MIB and MIIB style Neuralyzers by the end of next year. Regardless of your choice, they’re both priced at $599.99. Or you can pre-order both as a set for $1,199.98. Personally, I prefer the ones seen in the first film. The red light looked better on this shiny prop, and it also comes with an LED-lit year display that can be set to whatever you like.

Regardless of which one you pick, both have several screen-accurate features and a wooden display box with individually numbered plaques:

MIB Neuralyzer:

  • Spring-loaded pop-up action.
  • LED-lit year display, which can be manually adjusted to display any year.
  • Red standby light.
  • Ultra-bright LED flash.
  • Movie accurate sound effects.
  • Screen accurate time setting dials.

MIIB Neuralyzer:

  • Spring-loaded pop-up action.
  • Blue standby light.
  • Ultra-bright LED flash.
  • Movie accurate sound effects.
  • Screen accurate time setting dials.
Factory Entertainment
Factory Entertainment
Factory Entertainment
Factory Entertainment
Factory Entertainment
Factory Entertainment
Factory Entertainment

Sometimes, despite the best efforts by agents of a shadowy and semi-menacing government organization, people witness things they shouldn’t. Inter-dimensional rifts in space/time, tentacled hellbeasts from Ventrusian Nine and more! In those moments, it’s always a good idea to have a Neuralyzer on hand to wipe away those pesky memories!

I’d be interested to see side-by-side comparisons between all three companies’ replicas to see what, if any, variations there are. I used to collect Icons and Master Replicas lightsabers, and it amazed me the vast differences each studio had in their “screen accurate” hilts.

[Source: Factory Entertainment]

Mike Phalin

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