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 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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