Shocker Toys has been working closely with independent comic book creators to bring a new line of action figures to the market.

Indie Spotlight Comic Book Heroes: Series 1
Series 1 (Maxx Series) features Jim Valentino’s ShadowHawk, Rob Schrab’s Scud the disposable assassin, Terry Moore’s Katchoo of ‘Strangers in Paradise’, David Mack’s Kabuki and MTV’s The Maxx in 8”. Made of sturdy plastics and hyper-articulated joints, these figures can be posed in many ways. Each comes with extra hands, accessories, comics or posters and an Isz from the Maxx’s world. Collect all 7 figures and their UPC’s to mail away for a Mr. Gone figure, the sinister dark enemy of The Maxx.

Take the jump for a more detailed breakdown, larger images of the figures, and a preview of Series 2.

Series 1 breakdown:

  • The Maxx: MSRP $14.95 1 Figure, 1 Headress, 1 Poster, 1 Pink fairy isz, 1 Black Isz, 1 White Isz, Diamond order code: JUL084781 (Order codes good through December)
  • Kabuki: MSRP $13.95 1 Figure, 2 Hands w/sickles, 1 Poster, 1 Pink fairy Isz, Diamond order code: JUL084782 (Order codes good through December)
  • Katchoo: MSRP $13.95 1 Figure, 2 Hands w/9mm, 1 Poster, 1 Pink fairy Isz, Diamond order code: OCT084800
  • Scud: MSRP $13.95 1 Figure, 2 Hands w/11mm, 1 Poster, 1 White Isz, Diamond order code: JUL084780 (Order codes good through December)
  • ShadowHawk: MSRP $13.95 1 Figure, Grapple hook, 1 Poster, 1 White Isz, Diamond order code: JUL084779 (Order codes good through December)
  • SOL (Scud Variant): MSRP $13.95 1 Figure, 1 Poster, 1 Black Isz, Diamond order code: OCT084799
  • ShadowHawk (Variant Black Costume): MSRP $13.95 1 Figure, Grapple hook, 1 Poster, 1 Black Isz , Diamond order code: OCT084798

Series 2: The Tick, Dick Tracy, Ignacia (WildGuard), Jack Staff and Zombie King (Deadworld) The mail away for this line will be the Tick’s sidekick Arthur. Also featured in the series will be posters, comics, great accessories and Tick themed accessories spread out through each figure in the assortment.


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