Fantasy Flight Games announces pre-painted Arkham Horror Monsters

By TGN Ross
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Jan 18th, 2012
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Fantasy Flight Games announces their premium painted Arkham Horror Monster Figures are now available.

From their website:

It seemed to be a sort of monster […] of a form which only a diseased fancy could conceive. […] A pulpy, tentacled head surmounted a grotesque and scaly body with rudimentary wings; but it was the general outline of the whole which made it most shockingly frightful.
– H.P. Lovecraft, The Call of Cthulhu

Otherworldly horrors tear at the thin fabric of reality, seeking to intrude on our dimension for their own inscrutable purposes. To look upon their terrifying forms is to risk insanity, for these shapeless beasts have a strange, almost mesmerizing beauty. Those unfortunate individuals who lay eyes on such cosmic abominations are often drawn inexplicably toward them, and into their own merciful demise.

Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce that the first wave of premium Arkham Horror Monster Figures is now available for sale through our webstore ! Joining the already complete lineup of Arkham Horror Investigators, these stunning hand-painted figures will further enhance the visual impact of your favorite Lovecraftian board game. What’s more, each monster’s base is designed with a slot to accommodate its monster token from Arkham Horror or Mansions of Madness!

First through the gate

Wave One, the harbingers of a far greater invasion, includes eighteen blood-curdling creatures and minions with which to challenge your investigators. From the wormlike Chthonian to the axe-wielding Maniac, from the predatory Hound of Tindalos to the sanity-shattering Dunwich Horror, Arkham Horror Monster Figures will immerse you in cosmic terror.

Visit our Arkham Horror Premium Figures website to see the full lineup (you can see larger versions of each figure through our webstore ). Then, place your order and bring these unholy abominations to your tabletop!

Note to Retailers: Due to the manufacturing costs of these figures, we are unable to offer this Fantasy Flight Collector product through normal distribution channels. Despite the financial challenge involved, retailers still wishing to carry this product should contact our sales department for more information.

  • Cherno

    Good idea making them compatible with both Arkham Horror and Mansions Of Madness. The quality seems to be good too, if these are actual production models.
    However, I don’t like how the Dunwich Horror is represented, the legs are too stumpy (looks like they took that “footprints like tree stumps” thing too literal!) and the face far too small, in the story one person said that the face was yards across and not human-sized. Then again, having only caught a glimpse of it through a telescope, he could have been wrong. Anyway, I like the drawing of it in the Call of Cthulhu supplement “Dunwich Horror” better.