It’s been two years since Guillermo Del Toro’s “giant robots vs giant monsters” movie ‘Pacific Rim‘ hit theaters and forever changed how people viewed class big monster beat-em-up movies. Well okay, not forever changed, but hey it was pretty darn cool right?! Either way, it’s been two years since the film first blew our minds and it comes as no surprise that NECA’s ‘Pacific Rim’ toyline is still going strong!
This week at San Diego Comic Con 2015 NECA premiered two all new figures in their ever popular ‘Pacific Rim’ toyline, the 7″ Ultimate Striker Eureka Jaeger, and the 7″ Ultra Deluxe Mutavore Kaiju! These figures are both due out this November, so you’ve got plenty of time to make room for them on your ‘Pacific Rim’ shelf by then!
From the sci-fi movie Pacific Rim, we present the definitive collector’s version of Striker Eureka!
The towering mech from Down Under gets the “Ultimate” treatment, with an all-new body and new articulation. Its open chest of rockets is actually an interchangeable piece that swaps out to show a fiery missile launch! There’s even a nuclear payload that attaches to the back of the figure.
The 7” scale Australian mech is made from the actual digital files utilized by ILM in the creation of Pacific Rim for exacting accuracy and detail. Comes in collector-friendly deluxe window box packaging with opening flap.
From the epic Pacific Rim movie, our newest boxed, ultra-deluxe kaiju action figure is Mutavore!
Just when the world thought that the alien invasion was over, this Category IV kaiju emerged from the breach and easily broke through Sydney’s Anti-Kaiju Wall. At over 8” tall and over 6” wide, Mutavore is massive – larger than the previously released Trespasser, Scunner and Knifehead! This movie-accurate figure utilizes 100% new tooling, features over 30 points of articulation, and is to scale with our Jaeger action figures.
With figures like these hitting, it makes the long wait for ‘Pacific Rim 2‘ even harder to cope with! Be sure to stay tuned to ScienceFiction.com for all the latest NECA ‘Pacific Rim’ updates from SDCC 2015!