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Get in the Halloween mood (and pick up a few creepy goodies) at Megalopolis

One of the internet’s hottest new destinations for collector-grade toys, Megalopolis has prepped a list of some of their scariest stock for Halloween.

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I’ve bought stuff from a few of the major collectible retailers online. Honestly, I’m usually pretty pleased with the service. What you’d call the ‘big two’ (I guess), has done well by me. But I have to add that Megalopolis is rapidly climbing my charts.

Coming from seemingly nowhere this past summer, Megalopolis includes bonus items in every order (like stress-ball replicas of their mascot), and has a points system. So you can actually accrue rewards with purchases, not unlike Sideshow Toys’ setup. Unlike Sideshow though, Megalopolis carries a lot more than super-high-end statues and 12″ figures.¬†They stock pretty much all the biggest lines, and a few pretty niche ones too, from Marvel Legends to Acid Rain.

And now they’ve got a little something for Halloween.

The retailer has set up a list of their most terrifying items for your perusal. It’s a one-stop shop for horror, sci-fi, and general Halloweeniness. On it you’ll find stuff like NECA’s Ultimate Jason, Pennywise, and Evil Dead 2-pack, as well as McFarlane’s Stranger Things Demogorgon. There are pre-orders there too, like the Ghostbusters 4-pack from Mezco, and even a prop replica of Freddy’s glove from A Nightmare on Elm Street.

Aside from the points, the bonuses, and the “white glove” treatment, you can also nab a special gift. If you order over $50 worth of items off of the Halloween list, you’ll get a random horror-themed Madball included for free. And you get one with every order over $50 by the way. So, you know…

Check them out here, and have a very happy, collector-friendly Halloween.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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