Mezco’s One:12 Collective line of 6″ scale figures has seen a wide mix of licenses since its inception. While the majority of releases seem to focus on Marvel and DC Comics releases, they have been mixing in other genres for fans of the line. Horror themed releases have been a part of Mezco for as long as I can remember. From Cinema of Fear, to Vinyl Figures, to their long running Living Dead Doll line up, Mezco is one of a few mainstream companies that has consistently kept horror collectibles on the market. Their One:12 Collective line of figures has been slowly gaining more and more cult and horror licenses. From Frankenstein, to Evil Dead, to Friday the 13th and Dawn of the Dead, there’s a nice assortment of Horror figures in this fan favorite style.
One of the biggest surprises was when Mezco debuted their Halloween – Michael Myers Figure back at San Diego Comic-Con 2017. It had been some time since a classic style Michael Myers had been on the market, and horror fans were starved for anything they could get their hands on. The figure initially went up for pre-order on Halloween 2017, and has long since been sold out. The figure, though, has now been released and we have a full photo shoot and review. We picked up the figure from sponsor Dorkside Toys. See the photos and more after the jump.