The Creature's Crypt in Fort Mill, SC. There are quite a few figures in the set so I've been "scarefully" selecting the ones that I find the creepiest and the spookiest to show off for my little October toy marathon. Of course, since these are generic minifigures I'm having to give them names, too, but I'm trying to be as generic as possible so anyone searching for information on these minifigures can find them. Today I'm looking at one of the pieces from this series that really caught my eye: A simple wooden cross marking a grave with a skeletal hand popping out of the ground. It's a cool concept and quite different in composition from what we usually see with most minifigures. Let's take a closer look at this neat minifigure mini-diorama that I'm calling "Restless Ghoul." More spooky fun after the break...
Height: 1 1/2 inches
* I love that this is more of a mini-diorama rather than a traditional minifigure. It's very cool to be able to set this down with a group of minifigures to add some more mood to the scene. The dirt is pretty simple but the wood grain texture on the cross is pretty nice for a figure this small. The plastic on these is very solid and firm.
* From the back you can see the skeletal hand better. You can even see a bit of the torn sleeve that the Restless Ghoul was buried in.
I've also reviewed Dracula from the Big Bucket of Monsters.
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