Super7 Reveals Supersized Reptar and Classic Monsters Ultimates!


Super7 has made a couple of big announcements this week. First up, we’re getting a supersized Reptar from the classic Nickelodeon cartoon Rugrats. He’s 16″ tall and $295.


Just ask Tommy Pickles or any of the Rugrats kids, Reptar is the bestest hero ever! This Supersize Reptar designer vinyl figure measures 16” tall and 13” long from snoot to tail, and features a poseable head, arms, legs, and tail. With bright green skin, big teeth, purple tongue, orange eyes, and blue spikes all along its back and tail, Supersize Reptar includes all the details that make him larger than life in the eyes of the Rugrats!

There’s not a whole lot to say about Reptar as a character. The Godzilla stand-in was more of a commentary on consumerism regarding horror movie monsters. Like when Freddy Krueger was on everything from kids’ lunchboxes to pajamas. These were things we weren’t supposed to be watching as small kids, yet most of the merchandise was aimed directly at us.

Will Super7 release a Ultimates figure based on Reptar On Ice? It better!

Speaking of horror icons being made into toys, Super7 is expanding the Ultimates line of premium action figures to now include an MST3K classic and one of the earliest cinematic vampires. Nosferatu, as portrayed by Max Schreck in the 1922 silent film and the B-Movie Metaluna Mutant, are Super7’s first wave of classic monsters not associated with Universal.

Each figure is $55



It’s been 100 years since the classic horror film Nosferatu was released and Count Orlok looks none the worse for wear, which is to say, still super creepy! Super7 is proud to introduce the 7” scale Nosferatu ULTIMATES! figure of the ageless vampire Count Orlok, icon of early cinema horror!

Count Orlok comes with the following accessories:

  • 3x interchangeable heads
    • 1x Hypnosis head
    • 1x Night Cap head
    • 1x Neutral head
  • 8x interchangeable hands
    • 2x Expressive hands
    • 2x Fist hands
    • 2x Gripping hands
    • 2x Open palm hands
  • 1x Rat
  • 1x Key Ring

The Zagons have destroyed Metaluna and only one of their Mutant worker drones has managed to escape fiery death!

The Metaluna Mutant is light on accessories, which is to be expected since the creatures didn’t interact with many props in the film:

  • 2x interchangeable heads
    • 1x Neutral head
    • 1x Wounded head
  • 4x interchangeable hands
    • 2x Open claw hands
    • 2x Closed claw hands

The Metaluna mutant is from the 1950s This Island Earth. The film was the featured experiment in Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie. This Island Earth is mostly unremarkable except for the Metaluna mutants’ design, which has gone on to be B Movie icons and still appears as Halloween masks every year.

Let us know what you think about these new figures in the comments below.

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