Earlier this month I showed you my recently acquired vintage Vampirella Aurora Monster Scenes model kit from 1971 (HERE!), and today I have another 70's original-- The Victim! The instruction booklet story goes that Dr. Deadly sent Frankenstein's Monster out to find him some worthy prey to torture, and here's what the man-made monstrosity brought back, in all of her screaming, skimpy-clothed, barefooted beauty! And like Vampirella, the victim seen here is merely temp-snapped together and still needs to be glued, sanded, and painted, (and yes, I will get to them both shortly), but for now I just wanted everyone to see how nicely moulded this kit actually is from her titillatingly terrific top, to her tantalizingly tippy-toe bottom. You can be sure that parents loved giving this kinky kit to their children back in the day! Oh, I just remembered that I never showed you the Vampi instructions, so those'll be coming up next, as well as the mini comic story that is indentical to all the subjects associated with this kit series. Stay tombed for more models...
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Tiny plastic women never looked so good. I must try and get one to keep my Frankie Monster Scenes model company
Very nice piece, and love all the pics. I would have messed up painting her, as a kid, and created a true monster!
Sure, today you can shell out hundreds of bucks for a highly detailed, limited edition figure of Franchise Man or the Incredible Copyright, but a mass-produced model kit hit the spot when we were tykes. Any further detail was applied by you, the builder.
Another thing: With all the kidnapping and grisly experimentation depicted on the box, I feel we're ignoring the sacrifice of Dr. Deadly. He continued his medical research, persevering through the handicaps of an open head wound and milky eye to
inspire us all with his selflessness.
That's a crazy detailed mold for the size. The toes and the face are really nice pieces of work.
I recognize that artist -- not by name but by style. You think the Dr. had the skill to deal with that vicious wound on his head but, well, he's got women to disassemble!
I can't image how hard it would be to paint that well at that size.
I think those little jean cut-offs are going to be the hardest to paint. She looks like the kind of kid who liked a rainbow flower patch on the back pockets, or maybe smiley face. That kind of thing. Can't wait to see her when she's done.
She's fabulous! Getting a very Ann-Margret vibe from her face mold.
Ah, yes, scantly clothed women running around running into monsters! The model is actually pretty great but I like the instructions best!
Michelle, your countdown Crypt Keeper
She's busting right out of that skimpy little shirt!
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