This Halloween season, Trick or Treat Studios is looking to feed the Mogwai after midnight with their massive new Gremlins puppets. They recently displayed their new collectibles at Monsterpalooza, and now we have a look at their new photos of the figures, as well as their official release details.

Evil Gremlins Puppet: "GREMLINS - EVIL GREMLIN PUPPET PROP
$199.99

Sculpted by Russ Lukich

Trick or Treat Studios and Warner Bros. are proud to present the officially licensed Gremlins Evil Gremlin Puppet Prop.

This amazing Gremlin Puppet was designed by Russ Lukich who used an original Gremlin form as reference. Absolutely every detail of the Evil Gremlin is present in this incredible puppet. From his dimensions to the top of his spikes, this is as close as you'll ever come to having the actual Evil Gremlin Prop in hand.

Puppeteering is done from a hole in the back to move the head and mouth.

Product Dimensions:

Height (From top of ears to toes): 28 inches

Width (From hand to hand): 24 inches

Depth: (From chest to back)10 inches

GREMLINS and all related characters and elements © & TM Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc."

Evil Stripe Gremlins Puppet: "GREMLINS EVIL STRIPE PUPPET PROP
$199.99

Please note that this is a Preorder and the puppet will ship in August / September.

Sculpted by Russ Lukich

Trick or Treat Studios and Warner Bros. are proud to present the officially licensed Gremlins Evil Stripe Puppet Prop.

This amazing Stripe Puppet was designed by Russ Lukich who used an original Stripe form as reference. Absolutely every detail of Stripe is present in this incredible puppet. From his dimensions to his hair, this is as close as you'll ever come to having the actual Evil Stripe Prop in hand.

Puppeteering is done from a hole in the back to move the head and mouth.

Product Dimensions:

Height (From top of ears to toes): 28 inches

Width (From hand to hand): 24 inches

Depth: (From chest to back)10 inches

GREMLINS and all related characters and elements © & TM Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc."

Photos courtesy of Trick or Treat Studios and Facebook:

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Raised on a steady diet of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps books and Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Derek has been fascinated with fear since he first saw ForeverWare being used on an episode of Eerie, Indiana.

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