- Mego Topps Exclusive Horror Hammer Phantom of the Opera 8” Action Figure
- Item #63134
- Official Edition Action Figure with Original Detail and Quality!
- 8-Inch Figure.
- 26 Point Articulation.
- Ages 17+ This is not a toy. This is not intended for children.
- Damaged Package.
All damaged-package figures can only ship with in-stock items. We reserve the right to either hold or cancel any order that contains both damaged-package figures and pre-order figures.
“Out of the hell-fire of horror unimaginable rises the figure of terror incarnate!” Mego proudly presents Hammer Horror’s The Phantom of the Opera! The Phantom is making an auspicious return to the Megoverse with the all-new version of this timeless Horror icon!
“Driven by HATE to live behind a mask of horror. Driven by LOVE to steal the beauty the world denied him!” His life’s work stolen … the composer is horribly disfigured by fire trying to reclaim what is his! Now the Phantom lives out his days beneath the opera house in a subterranean cavern - looking for his next inspiration … “And when you sing, Christine, you will be singing only... for me.”
Mego and Hammer Horror fans can now play out the Phantom’s journey of love and revenge with the all-new 8” classically styled action figure! The Phantom is outfitted with screen accurate attire and sculpting as seen in the 1962 Hammer Horror film. “The most unusual tale of terror - and love - ever told!”
About MEGO Corporation
Originally founded in 1954 by Dave Abrams, Marty Abrams, now commonly known as 'the father of action figures,' took the helm of the company in 1971 and shifted the direction to licensed action figures. He included the 'World’s Greatest Super Heroes' line), celebrity dolls, and the Micronauts toy line. Mego became famous for its 8-inch scale figures with interchangeable bodies. Eventually, this became an industry standard.
Mego Corporation re-launched in 2018 with a partnership between Marty Abrams and Joel Rosenzweig, focusing on 8-inch Action figures and launching with popular licenses from CBS, Warner Brothers, Sony, and Epic.