Creature From The Black Lagoon - Model Kit - Universal Monsters - Moebius Models


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Universal Monsters Creature from the Black Lagoon Model Kit:

The Creature from the Black Lagoon!
Re-issue of the 1970's Aurora kit!
Don't mess with the Creature…but he prefers to be painted!

Brought back to life from original 1970s Aurora model kit comes this 1:12 scale Monsters of the Movies Creature from the Black Lagoon model kit! This snap-together kit is considered to be one of the best sculpts that Bill Lemon produced. Includes moveable head and arms! No glue needed!

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  1. That is a great looking kit! The gillman was always one of my favorite Universal movie monsters.

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