McFarlane Toysa subsidiary of Todd McFarlane Productions, is Mcfarlane toys wizard of oz company founded by comics creator Todd McFarlane which makes highly detailed model figurines of characters from movies, comics, popular music, video games and various sporting genres. In Todd McFarlane was working with Mattel to produce action figures based on his comic book characters.
When the two could not decide on how to make the toys to McFarlane's satisfaction, he reclaimed the toy rights to his characters and started his own toy company. Originally dubbed "Todd's Toys," the name was changed in following pressure from Mattel, who feared that the new company's name would be confused with that of Barbie's younger brother. Production began with action figures based upon "Mcfarlane toys wizard of oz" McFarlane's Spawn comic series and has since grown to feature a large number of licensed property lines including The Simpsons and "Movie Maniacs" which features numerous famous horror icons such as Freddy KruegerJason VoorheesMichael MyersThe TerminatorLeatherfaceand The Thingas well as other characters and lines like basketball, hockey and baseball legends, along with characters from video games such as SoulcaliburOnimushaand Metal Gear Solid.
Other media such as story book characters from Where the Wild Things Are have been represented. The company has produced original works, giving a grotesque twist to fairy tale stories such as The Wonderful Wizard of Ozand historical figures.
McFarlane has collaborated with artists like Clive Barker and H. Giger to produce other original figures. The first line of Spawn toys ever produced was released in and consisted of six figures, the hero Spawn and his medieval counterpart aptly named Medieval Spawn with Tremor and the villains ViolatorOvert-Killand Clown, as well as a Spawn Alley Playset, the Spawnmobile and the Violator Monster Rig. They were notably different from the toys common on shelves at the time because of their level of detail in both sculpting and painting.
Other toys utilized only a few colors painted in general areas a single "flesh tone" for the face, etc. McFarlane's figures had individual items such as spikes, teeth, claws, and buttons painted individually and packaged encased by hard plastic which surrounded both the figure and blister card, making them more suitable collectors items.
Each toy in the first line came with a regular-sized comic although with fewer pages than the standard 22which were individualized to the character. The series would include alternate timeframes and different takes on the classic characters with Series 10, 20  and 30  showing homage Mcfarlane toys wizard of oz the core characters of the books. These figures were released biannually.
This set features several highly detailed six inch dragon action figures and a slightly larger and more expansive "boxed set" figure. For the first five series, the figures were broken into these clans: Series Six includes new clans: In addition to these highly detailed McFarlane released a part of the dragon's history with each dragon set; some had a piece of the story with each dragon, and some had whole chunks of the story in one boxed set.
McFarlane had been a long-time fan of the horror genre and decided to produce his own perspective on the classic monsters with the "Todd McFarlane's Monsters Playsets" line in McFarlane continued the idea of generating new versions of classic stories and "Mcfarlane toys wizard of oz," releasing a shocking line subtitled "Twisted Land of Oz" inwhich featured vicious or sadistic versions of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz characters created by L.
Inthe third series, subtitled 6 Faces of Madness, used historical killers and madmen as its theme, generating vividly detailed figurines of the 5th-century conqueror Attila the HunAmerican "Wild West" gunslinger Billy the Kidthe "mad monk" Rasputinthe British serial killer Jack the Ripperthe Hungarian "Blood Queen" Elizabeth Bathoryand the real-life inspiration for DraculaVlad the Impaler.
The fourth series featured Twisted Fairy Tales. Series 5 featured McFarlane's Twisted Christmas. Like the previous series, the figures all are twisted variations of Christmas, including a hunchback and obese Santa Claus who hides a lifeless skull under a gasmask-like headpiece and wears contraptions on his hands similar to the glove of Freddy Krueger.
In McFarlane introduced the Movie Maniacs line of figures. Series One began as a line of horror and science fiction based figures that had been licensed from influential and financially successful horror films such as A Nightmare on Elm StreetThe Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Friday the 13th.
The second series of figures expanded the character
Mcfarlane toys wizard of oz for the line into the realms of cult and action cinema with a figure based on the title character to The Crow. These conventions would continue, with character selections in future series frequently containing a mix of many, or even all of these various film genresmuch to the chagrin of a small section of fans and collectors who, incorrectly, saw the line as being meant to be horror specific.
Rather it branched out into other forms of media, capitalizing on the popularity of famous rock musicians with the release of figures based on the rock legends KISS in The number of music figures produced by the company continued to grow in number, diversity, and quality in the following years as they acquired the action figure rights to famous properties such as the BeatlesRob ZombieAlice CooperOzzy OsbourneMetallicaSlashIron Maiden 's mascot EddieJimi HendrixFreddie Mercury and Elvis Presley.
Inaction figures were part of an overall marketing deal between McFarlane Toys and the rock band KISSwith both toys and comic books based on their album Psycho Circus.
Originally portrayed by Rick Moranis and Dave Thomasrespectively. The figures were sold separately and each came with half of the diorama from the Great White North set. Each had a sound chip with famous lines from the film and various extras to complete the scene.
The company launched a "toy soldier" range in with McFarlane's Military. The figures did not depict actual people so much as it did their professions, named simply by their job descriptions, such as "Army Ranger" or "Navy SEAL. McFarlane Toys reflects Todd McFarlane's love of sports in its creations of popular figures from all five major North American sports baseballfootballbasketballhockey and stock car racing.
The company has official licensing rights to the major professional leagues of all of these sports, and began this line, officially known as McFarlane Sports Picksin In JanuaryMcFarlane Toys announced plans for a line of 24 action figures. A number of McFarlane's figures have attracted criticism and led to boycotts for the subject matter they depict, such as Death Row Marv, which depicts the central character from the graphic novel Sin City in the electric chair, which includes a toggle switch that allows the user to "execute" the character, who shakes and speaks as if being electrocuted when the switch is flipped.
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