Killer Collectibles highlights five of the most exciting new horror products released each and every week, from toys and apparel to artwork, records, and much more.

Here are the coolest horror collectibles unveiled this week!


‘Friday the 13th’ Shirt from Terror Threads

It’s Friday the 13th, so of course I have to show some love for my boy Jason Voorhees — every incarnation, in fact. Terror Threads has a design depicting the iconic slasher as he has appeared in each of the 12 Friday the 13th movies. T-shirts are $29.99 and long-sleeve shirts are $41.99. Scheduled to ship the week of June 12, pre-orders are open through Sunday, May 15.


‘The Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ Print from Sideshow Art Prints

One of the most iconic scenes from The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is the finale, in which Leatherface chases after Sally at dawn. It’s been immortalized as a grainy, black-and-white promo shot, which artist Jason Edmiston — no stranger to painting the Sawyer family — used as a basis for his new artwork. With its vibrant detail, you can practically feel the sweltering Texas heat.

As a companion to their new Leatherface 1:6 scale figure, Sideshow Collectibles commissioned Edmiston to create the piece, titled The Butcher. 24×18 giclee prints, limited to 400, can be purchased unframed for $95 or framed for $280. 26×18 framed canvas prints, limited to 74 (in tribute to the film’s release in 1974) are also available for $360. They’ll ship this summer.


‘The Toxic Avenger’ Shirt from Fright-Rags

Fright-Rags is stepping in to help stuntman/actor David “Big Dave” Mattey — who made his debut as the monstrous hero in Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV and went on to work on the likes of The Book of Boba Fett, Thor, Hancock, Bright, and American Horror Story — in his fight.

A Troma-approved Toxic Avenger design by Zachary Jackson Brown is available on T-shirts for $28 and zip-up hoodies for $48 now through Monday, May 16. 100% of profits will be donated to Mattey to help cover medical expenses. Products will ship the week of June 17.


April O’Neil as ‘The Bride of Frankenstein’ Figure from NECA

April O’Neil as The Bride of Frankenstein will join NECA’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles X Universal Monsters toy line in October. Featuring Judith Hoag’s likeness from the 1990 Ninja Turtles movie, the 7” scale action figure comes with two interchangeable heads, four interchangeable hands, microphone, handbag, lightning bolt sai, spider, and two mutated rats. It’s packaged in a window box with opening flap featuring art by Daniel Horne.

This is the fourth figure in NECA’s TMNT X Universal Monsters series, following Raphael as Frankenstein, Leonardo as Ygor, and Michelangelo as The Mummy. They retail for $34.99.


‘The Mummy’ Shirt from Uglie Kids Club

Disney+’s Moon Knight made me want to revisit The Mummy starring Brendan Fraser, so it’s serendipitous that Ugly Kids Club just unleashed a shirt for the film. Hollie Matney designed the artwork, inspired by Drew Struzen’s unmistakable Indiana Jones posters.

It comes on black or gold shirts for $28 plus four limited edition tie-die variants (Crypt, Plague, Oasis, and Wrong Side of the River) for $32. Pre-orders close this Sunday, May 15, and will ship in 4-5 weeks.


“Enjoy the Show” Shirt from Mixtape Massacre

We’re getting a bonus item featured this week, which isn’t directly movie related but benefits a killer cause. The folks behind the horror board game Mixtape Massacre have teamed up with Gayly Dreadful to give their “Enjoy the Show” shirt — which channels classic movie theater advertisements with a horror twist — a Pride-themed rainbow makeover.

It’s available for $24.99, with 100% of profits being donated to the Transgender Law Center, the largest national trans-led organization advocating self-determination for all people. A Pride enamel pin is also available. Pre-orders are open until Friday, May 20, and will be fulfilled 2-3 weeks after.


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