Press Release Shocker Toys LLP were pleased to celebrate their 8th showing at the International Toy Fair in New York City (Booth 4947) on February 13-16, 2011 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. This year was the continuation of the 6 inch scaled Indie Spotlight action figure series, new characters coming to the posable vinyl figure series Mallows and a brand new 6 inch action figure series!
Press Release The old saying goes, “If a door closes, a window opens.” Well, Shocker Toys’ latest announcement is living proof of that adage. The ‘Closed Door’: Shocker’s Indie Spotlight Series One (The Maxx Series) is being retired. Several big retailers like Hastings and Toys R Us have bought almost all of the entire remaining product and no more of Series One will be produced. What’s the good news? Shocker has slashed prices on the little inventory they have left. Check out http://www.shockertoys.com/store.php for deep discounts and last chance sales.
Shocker Toys has announced that it is bringing The Maxx to Wizard World Philly June 19th through the 21st. Sam Keithâ€™s MTV The Maxx Exclusive will be ready to throw down at the Wizard show, and he ain’t no push over. Shocker Toys will have on hand MTVâ€™s the Maxx fully poseable action figure with all painted highlights and his suit cast in translucent purple plastic. The Maxx will be featured with translucent purple suit parts and come with 2 heads and 3 Isz. These are limited edition figures with only 250 each produced and once gone will only become
Itâ€™s not often we review action figures on this site (we really need to do more of â€˜em), but when a company sends us one for possible review, weâ€™ll go ahead and give it workout. Shocker Toys has had its Indie Spotlight series out for a while, and its Maxx series includes the SCUD: The Disposable Assassin Sol variant figure.Â Since it is in our hands, and out of the protective packaging, it’s up for review today.
Shocker Toys sent Major Spoilers one of the figures from its Indie Spotlight Comic Book Heroes Series 1 figure (look for review soon), and they are already cranking out the Series 2 figures that features the Tick, Dick Tracy, Jack Staff and more. The figures are well made, and if you are looking for an indie hero to fight alongside your DC or Marvel figures, then you might want to check out Shocker Toys. The Tick Jack Staff Ignacia Dick Tracy (& Trench Coat w/Tommy Gun Variant) King Zombie (& King Zombie Variant) All Series 2 figures are packed with
Shocker Toys will show up at the 2009 New York COmic Con with SCUD the Disposable Assassin and The Maxx action figures. Very pleased will be the fans of Rob Schrab’s Scud and Sam Keith’s The Maxx. Shocker Toys LLP will have on hand SCUD the Disposable Assassin and MTV’s the Maxx in a translucent fully poseable action figure form. Each figure will come packaged with their regular Indie Spotlight accessories. Scud will be featured in a smokey translucent yellow with a translucent yellow Isz and interchangeable hands with 11mm guns. The Maxx will be featured in smokey translucent purple
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 Valentinoâ€™s ShadowHawk, Rob Schrabâ€™s Scud the disposable assassin, Terry Moore’s Katchoo of â€˜Strangers in Paradiseâ€™, David Mackâ€™s Kabuki and MTVâ€™s The Maxx in 8â€. 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 Maxxâ€™s world. Collect all 7 figures and their UPC’s to mail away