I guess that gets around licensing from Universal? Makes sense, I would bet their licensing fees are high as absurd as that is. I would really like to see you do some of the 50s scifi creatures such as the Mole Men, the Fly, Metaluna Mutant, etc. But those get into licensing issues with which ever studio produced them.The Lugosi Dracula is Not a Universal monster...
It's Bella Lugosi as Dracula from the broadway Play...
Lol, that's a terrific legal work-around.It was one of those things that really didn't have much to do with who it was licensed through. We knew we wanted to do a Drac at some point, and by coincidence, someone suggested to Bela Jr that we might be a good fit for a kit of his Father. He mentioned that he owned all rights to likeness, and the Broadway play could be done with the single license through him. So here we are! Hopefully some images soon!
You can count on "not," I'm sure1 - SpinDrift in 1/35 scale
2 - 1/6 scale B9
3 - 1/6 scale Robby
4 - seaweed monster as display for smaller Seaview
5. Full Figure sets for all the larger scale models
6. a line of hobbiest clothing.