A Diamond Select Release! Designed and Sculpted by Gabriel Marquez, Rudy Garcia and Jean St. Jean! Between 1923 and 1958, Universal Studios released over 60 different monster movies, all in black-and-white, that gave the film world some of its most iconic characters. In honor of that legacy, this deluxe collectors' box set presents three of the most famous Universal Monsters -- Dracula, Frankenstein and the Bride of Frankenstein -- in their original-black and-white appearances! These exclusive 7-inch scale figures will only be available as part of this set, and come in a display-quality window box.
Dracula: Count Dracula departs from his castle in the Carpathian Mountains under the pretense of leasing the site of Carfax Abbey in London. During the voyage to England Dracula gradually preys upon the crew of the Vesta. He is later introduced to Dr. Seward, along with the doctor’s daughter, Mina, and Mina’s friend, Lucy. Converting Lucy into one of his vampire-brides, Dracula ultimately bites Mina, prompting Seward and Mina’s fiancée, John Harker, to enlist the aid of Professor Van Helsing.
Frankenstein: A patchwork creation of stolen body parts and resurrected by electric current, Frankenstein’s Monster is mistakenly issued an unstable, violent criminal’s brain. Created by Henry Frankenstein, the terrifically-powerful, nearly indestructible Monster is deemed uncontrollable and is imprisoned in a dungeon. Later, drugged for examination, the Monster kills one of Frankenstein’s colleagues and escapes, exploring the countryside. After unintentionally killing a little girl, the Monster becomes the fixation of an outraged lynch mob, and schemes to revenge himself against his selfish and irresponsible creator.
Bride of Frankenstein: In Bride of Frankenstein it is revealed that both Henry Frankenstein and the Monster have survived the incident with the windmill. Frankenstein is reunited with his mentor, Doctor Septimus Pretorius, the latter wishing to collaborate with Frankenstein, creating a mate for the Monster. Teaming up with the Monster, Pretorius arranges the kidnapping of Frankenstein’s new bride, Elizabeth, forcing Frankenstein to create the Monster’s Bride. Unfortunately, the Bride is repelled by the heart-broken Monster, convincing the latter that he, the Bride, and Pretorius should all be destroyed along with Frankenstein’s laboratory.