Super7 Toys is sharing their Holliday Collections of toys for their Super 7-Days of Christmas, with sales on different product lines until December 17th. They have shared their brand new Glow in The Dark Slayer “Show No Mercy” Wall Decoration, following their Paper People series which includes monsters, pop culture icons and band images, such as the Mistifs infamous Red Ghost mascot. Slayer may be retiredand gone, but we still have the musician fun stuff like this to keep the flame burning! There is also a sale on their Slayer ReAction Figures too! Hail Satan, hail Santa, and hail Slayer!
Super7 is at it again! After recently releasing King Diamond, Ozzy, Megadeth, Motorhead, Misfits ReAction figures and the already sold out Slayer Minitour from Show No Mercy, the toy brand is releasing a “Black Magic” Slayer figure! The figure celebrates Show No Mercy and Jeff Hanneman who passed away six years ago today. The figure release next week via the link below. Continue reading
As we previously reported Slayer partnered up with retro toy specialists Super7 to create a “Show No Mercy” ReAction figure, based on Slayer’s 1983 debut album Show No Mercy (Metal Blade). Global Merchandising Services, Slayer’s worldwide agent, brokered the deal. The Minotaur from the artwork has been reimagined as a 3.75-inch debuted at this month’s ToyFar convention in New York City. The figure was such a hit that it totally sold out the first run of product. Super7 is working fast to restock but goes to show the power of Slayer and Super7’s quality and genius. The brand also recently released new figures for Ozzy Osbourne, Ghost, Motorhead and Megadeth. Continue reading
Slayer has entered an agreement with Super7, maker of Toys and Apparel to create a “Show No Mercy” ReAction figure, based on Slayer’s 1983 debut album Show No Mercy (Metal Blade). Global Merchandising Services, their worldwide agent, brokered the deal. The Minotaur from the artwork has been reimagined as a 3.75-inch toy. The “Show No Mercy ReAction Figure” will be released this month at New York Toy Fair. Super7 is owned by Brian Lew, a fixture of the Bay Area Thrash scene, and world-renowned photographer with his book (co-authored by Harald Oimoen) Murder In the Front Row (Bazillion Points).Continue reading
The Ghost Cult album round up is back in town, for your vulgar delectation…Continue reading