The Twilight Zone comes to life with these phenomenal action figures based on the most memorable characters from fan-favorite episodes! With these The Twilight Zone action figures, there is no limit on how to relive your favorite and most fearful moments from the cult classic television series! These 8 inch scale action figures are done in the retro Mego style.
“You’re traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That’s the signpost up ahead. Your next stop… the Twilight Zone.” – Rod Serling
Check out this amazing Entertainment Earth Comic-Con Exclusive Bob Wilson / Don Carter Deluxe Action Figures Set! True to William Shatner’s performance in the captivating “Nick of Time” episode from November of 1960, this Don Carter Action Figure sports accurate fabric clothing (including his watch) and a miniature Mystic Seer fortune-telling machine accessory! Based on the spine-chilling episode “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet” that featured William Shatner and the ultra-creepy Gremlin, this terrific action figure presents former mental patient Bob Wilson with handgun and newspaper accessories, just like in the show.
The Talky Tina & Willie Figures SDCC Exclusive features authentic fabric clothing and a retro design that’s sure to please fans of the most popular action figures of the 1970s. Long before Chucky, there was Talky Tina, star of one of the most spine-chilling episodes of The Twilight Zone ever aired. Based on the ultra-eerie 1962 The Twilight Zone episode titled “The Dummy” that starred Cliff Robertson, this almost-too-real rendering of Willie may make your skin crawl.
Bif Bang Pow!’s incredible line of fully articulated action figures rolls on with this extraordinary Alien and Nurse Action Figures Set. 1962’s hilarious “Hocus-Pocus and Frisby” episode starred Andy Devine as habitual liar Frisby and this guy… an alien. Perhaps, like Frisby, you’ll come up with a way of keeping this gullible extraterrestrial in line in your collection. On the other hand, you might end up as a specimen in his zoo! “The Eye of the Beholder” features Jennifer Howard as a nurse, brought to retro-life again in this hideous action figure from Bif Bang Pow!
The Cyclops and Alicia Action Figures Set introduces Cyclops and Alicia at 8-inches tall in shades of black and white. He may not be 500 feet tall, but this frightful Cyclops Action Figure from “The Fear,” the penultimate episode of the The Twilight Zone, certainly grabs your attention. Emulating the overblown one-eyed monster except in stature, he’s one tricky alien you’ll actually want to invade your collection! This unique Alicia action figure from “The Lonely,” one of the first The Twilight Zone episodes to be produced, brings you the beautiful android played by actress Jane Marsh… complete with rooted hair and an unforgettable face.
Last, but certainly not least, comes the Gremlin and Jason Foster Action Figures Set. The Gremlin is from that terrifying “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet” episode of The Twilight Zone. You’ll be having nightmares yourself if you let this creepy character get away from you! An eerie robe-clad visage right out of the 1964 episode entitled “The Masks,” this spine-chilling action figure of Jason Foster is sure to set the proper mood for your next Mardi Gras eve get-together!
These Mego-style The Twilight Zone action figures and more are currently available at Entertainment Earth.