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NECA teases new creature pack for classic King Kong toyline

NECA appears to be ramping up a toyline based on the creatures/dinosaurs from the original 1933 ‘King Kong’ film.

On Friday, NECA posted a photo to their Facebook page that seemed to hint at an upcoming creature/dinosaur pack to go along with their classic King Kong figure.

NECA Kong Creatures

In case you think those beasts look a bit wonky, it’s because they are based on their appearance in the original 1933 King Kong film.

Although the first creature is often mislabeled as a pterodactyl, it was actually a pteranodon that tormented Kong back on Skull Island.

NECA Pteranodon

Pteranodon (King Kong 1933)

The other creature appears to be a Pit Lizard, which only made a brief appearance in the 1933 film and later served as inspiration for the skull crawlers we saw in 2017’s Kong: Skull Island.

NECA teases new creature pack for classic King Kong toyline

Pit Lizard (King Kong 1933)

NECA has yet to make an official announcement detailing what these items will be called and if they’re part of a larger line or just an accessory pack.

If they decide to make a series of toys based on the 1933 Skull Island creatures, however, then NECA will be getting a lot more of my money in the future.

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