The artists at Super7 sure do know how to scratch that itch for those of us who love ’60s Universal Monsters memorabilia. The Wolfman, Dracula, Frankenstein’s Monster, and others were undergoing a bit of a resurgence during the 1960s and 1970s. This period in history led to a slew of now highly valued toys hitting the market.
The Creature From the Black Lagoon, Frankenstein [sic], the Metaluna Mutant, and the Wolf Man are ready to help you have a childish good time. Not only do these little figures glow in the dark, but they are also filled with a soap solution and bubble wand. Yes, you can have a bit of adolescent fun by blowing bubbles with these novelties.
For me, though, I’d keep them on a shelf after emptying the soap. They glow in the dark! Put that gimmick on anything retro, and I’ll buy it. Each Super Soapie monster is priced at $20 and stands at 10″ tall.
It escaped the Zagon bombardment of Metaluna, and the Metaluna Mutant is bringing you some nostalgic bubbly goodness! Modeled after the novelty bubble bath bottles of the 1960s, this 10” glow-in-the-dark Metaluna Mutant Super Soapies bottle holds 15oz of soapy solution for blowing bubbles using the wand attached to the screw-off top. Add the glow of classic sci-fi nostalgia to your home with Metaluna Mutant Super Soapies!
Now emerging from the depths of the Amazon: the glow-in-the-dark The Creature from the Black Lagoon Super Soapies!
You won’t have to be reminded to clean behind your neck-bolts… er… ears when you’re bathing by the light of the glow-in-the-dark Frankenstein Super Soapies!
You won’t have to wait for the glow of a full moon to enjoy the glow-in-the-dark Wolf Man Super Soapies!
What do you think of the return of the Super Soapies? Let us know in the comments section below.
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