Two reasons why Mezco is likely doing 6 inch figures

By |February 18th, 2015|

As previously reported here we have high hopes that Mezco Toyz, who holds the licensing rights to do ThunderCats figures in their One:12 Collective scale (roughly 6 inch) will produce a line. At their Toy Fair preview and during our interview they wouldn’t confirm plans for the brand in this scale, but did say that […]

UPDATE: ThunderCats LJN vintage style Lunataks custom action figures

By |February 16th, 2015|

Since our last story ran detailing the high quality LJN style customs being produced in the Lulu Berlu / Barbarossa Art partnership, a number of the figures have been sold, and the ThunderCats Museum has been fortunate enough receive one (Chilla) as a donation.

Now that I’ve had the chance to enjoy one of these in […]

Our Q&A with Mezco – Tygra and beyond

By |February 11th, 2015|

Fans of Mezco’s Mega Scale ThunderCats action figures had long since given up hope of completing the core character line-up, given the conspicuous absence of Tygra, the Thunderian architect. The last character released was Cheetara, back in the summer of 2013, and it was looking like this would be yet another line to meet a […]

Wizz-Ra custom commission for ThunderCats Museum

By |January 28th, 2015|

I’m very pleased to share this work in progress update of a very special commission that Hunter Knight Customs (HKC) is creating for the ThunderCats Museum. Chris Diaz, owner of HKC is a big ThunderCats fan and when I contacted him to tell him about the Museum and our desire to assemble some of the […]

Chilla by Barbarossa Art donated to ThunderCats Museum

By |December 16th, 2014|

I’d like to take this chance to thank Reg at LuluBerlu.com and Peter at Barbarossa Art for their kind donation of a custom Chilla figure to the ThunderCats Museum. Peter is the custom figure designer behind this extremely high quality line of LJN styled ThunderCats figures, and Reg runs the store that is distributing the […]

ThunderCats appearance on The Big Bang Theory

By |November 27th, 2014|

Did you know that the TV show, The Big Bang Theory, has featured some original ThunderCats artwork by legendary illustrator, Jim Lee? Back in 2011 Leonard meets a woman at a comic book shop, and later shows her the pencilled rendering of himself drawn as Lion-O. The producers of the show actually got original artwork […]

Elite’s ThunderCats – a vintage video game tale

By |October 29th, 2014|

ThunderCats fans have been treated to a massive amount of toys and merchandise, both in the 1980s, and again during the 2011 reboot. Every imaginable item a kid could want had a ThunderCats logo slapped on it. That is, except for video games, a product that has been appallingly neglected by ThunderCats licensees for almost […]

Icon Heroes Section Updated

By |September 25th, 2014|

The 6 inch station line and the awesome Cats’ Lair polystone environment by Icon Heroes explored a very interesting niche in the ThunderCats collectibles market. Sadly the line ended after only two characters, the Cats’ Lair and the ThunderTank were produced. There was a lot of promising work being done on PVC characters and it […]

Pop Culture Shock – Statues revisited

By |September 16th, 2014|

The massive 30 inch mixed media statues that now form the centerpieces of many ThunderCats collections. We’ve completely overhauled this section to include all the information currently known about the statue line.

We’ve included a gallery of images and videos reviews and unboxings. We also have a flashback of our original interview with Jerry Macaluso (owner) […]