A fan-favorite at San Diego Comic-Con, The Twilight Zone 3 ¾-inch Action Figures Series 4 in Color captured the attention of collectors new and old at the show this year. And although we’ve sold out of the colored convention exclusives, you can still complement your collection with Don Carter, Hansen, Jerry and Willie, Alicia, and Marsha White “as seen on TV” in black and white – now available for pre-order at Entertainment Earth.
Designed similar to the action figures released in the ’70s, each retro-styled figure features 5 points of articulation (neck, shoulders, and hips) and showcases a classic character with episode-specific accessories.
The Twilight Zone Don Carter 3 3/4-Inch Action Figure celebrates The Twilight Zone episode “Nick of Time” – featuring William Shatner as Don Carter. This unique figure comes complete with a miniature Mystic Seer inspired by the same fortune-telling machine shown inside the famous Busy Bee Cafe.
The Twilight Zone Jerry and Willie 3 3/4-Inch Action Figure pays homage to The Twilight Zone episode “The Dummy”. This rare figure of the persecuted ventriloquist appropriately comes with his deranged dummy – which also includes 5 points of articulation. But that’s not all… Willie also features a hand slot in the back, so you can pose Jerry and Willie together!
The Twilight Zone Hansen 3 3/4-Inch Action Figure salutes The Twilight Zone episode “A Quality of Mercy” – featuring Leonard Nimoy as Hansen, the radio operator. This exclusive show-inspired figure of the World War II character comes complete with his battlefield accessories: removable helmet, rifle, and field radio that opens to reveal a pull-out phone.
The Twilight Zone Alicia 3 3/4-Inch Action Figure showcases the female robot companion in the heart-wrenching episode “The Lonely.” This rare, limited figure showcases Alicia in her worst moment, after being shot leaving her mechanical facial wiring exposed. Is she just machine or something more? Only you can decide.
The Twilight Zone Marsha White 3 3/4-Inch Action Figure pays tribute to the well-known department store episode “The After Hours” starring Anne Francis. Complete with a stand accessory, you will have to look closely to see if this figure celebrates the female shopper, mannequin… or both!