Gentle Giant Ltd. is producing a gigantic Man-Thing Statue. Inspired by artist Mike Ploog, this limited edition statue renders the monstrous Man-Thing, denizen of the Everglades, as he was depicted on the cover of "The Night of the Laughing Dead." Digitally sculpted by their master artisans, each individually-numbered limited edition statue is rendered using the highest quality polyresin and hand painted, then paired with a matching certificate of authenticity.

Price: $450.00
Dimensions: H 19.75" W 12" D 11" with a 14" diameter round base
Release Date: Q1 2015
Edition Size: TBD

More info at Gentle Giant Ltd. site.

Spotted by PTOR

Man_thing and Howard the Duck Heroclix: Man-thing and Howard the Duck Duo #047
Part of the Amazing Spider-Man HeroClix set, this super-rare duo figure is expected February 2013.
Manny also gets a new solo figure (#033) as part of the set.

Spotted by me at Wikipedia

Man-thing Model Man-Thing Comiquette, Polystone Statue
Perhaps the most expensive Man-Thing item around, if you don't count the money Marvel wastedspent on the film, is this US $499.99 bust from Sideshow Collectibles that appears to have been announced in April 2009 but none of us Muck-Heads noticed at the time: The latest to join Sideshow's line of Marvel collectibles is the monstrous Man-Thing Comiquette. Each piece is individually painted and hand-finished, each with its own unique quality and detail that is the trademark of a handcrafted Sideshow Collectibles Comiquette. Complete with LED light-up eyes and towering over 18 inches high, the Man-Thing Comiquette captures the intimidating presence of the mutant guardian in incredible detail, the perfect addition to any Marvel display.

Spotted by Guillaume

Man Thing Figurine Man Thing Figurine
The folks behind the Classic Marvel Figurine Collection magazine/figurine series released a Man-Thing special figure 13 November 2008 which was sculpted by South Africa sculptor, Aren Damiani.

Spotted by Guillaume

Shambing Mound Shambing Mound

Visitor George brought to my attantion a 4 Inch rubber figure made by TSR that looks very much like Man-Thing. His research unearth that it is the Dungeons & Dragons figure called Shambling Mound, #36 of the 80 figures produced in the Harbringer series. © TSR Hobbies Inc 1982.

Details for players..

Ecology:Shambling mounds dwell in thickly over grown swamps or in exceedingly wet and fetid subterranean locals. Mounds will feed on anything organic, including other plants and animals, as well as the living and the dead. Other questions, such as how they breed and how long they live, is unknown. Some believe that shambling mounds are enraged manifestations of the swamps in which they dwell. Others say that are elemental spirits gone wrong.

Appearance:A shambling mound is a tall heap of rotting vegetation. It smells rank and water runs freely from the shambling mound's body. The creature also drips slime and liquid mud as it walks.

The Shambling Mound first appeared in the official newsletter of TSR Games, The Strategic Review #3, August 1975, turned up in the first edition Monster Manual (1977), and has been updated in recent years.

Wikipedia Entry...

My thanks to George for the photograph, Chris Norton for pointing out the Monstor Manual appearance, and Adam Naworal for the links to iamges.

what if mego had made man-thing Mego-Man-Thing
Robb Waters had some custom made Man-Thing figures on Ebay that would have appealled to muck-heads everywhere.

finally an answer to the age old question, "what if mego had made man-thing?!?"- this guy is the last word in custom man-things'. He features, a professionally sculpted head, gross body veins, monsterish hands and moss-like body suit. a real pro-job and just in time for halloween. Everyone's favorite muck-man is poseable and ready for action!!!

Man-Thing Statue Man-Thing Statue Bowen Designs Statue
The folks at Bowen Designs released a 13" tall statue of you know who sculpted by Mark VanTine in November 2005. At US $175.00 it sure wasn't cheap, but does look more pretty than a muck monster deserves to look.

Man-Thing Bust Bust
A Diamond Select Release! A Gentle Giant Sculpt and Design! Re-creating a familiar scene from one of his early appearances, Man-Thing tangles with an alligator. This bust measures approximately 6" tall, features a clear-cast base replicating the swampy waters in which Man-Thing dwells, cames painted and ready for display, was limited to 2,500 pieces worldwide, and was accompanied by a hand-numbered, full-color Certificate of Authenticity

Another item spotted by Guillaume.

mask Mask
Around the release of the Man-Thing movie only one piece of tie-in merchandise appeared: a mask based on the design of Man-Thing for the film. It is listed but not currently available from Haunt Hunters.

Man_thing and Howard the Duck Heroclix: Man-thing and Howard the Duck Duo #047
Part of the Amazing Spider-Man HeroClix set, this super-rare duo figure is expected February 2013

Spotted by me at Wikipedia

Toy Toy Biz/Marvel Legends
Toy Biz gave us a Man-Thing figure. Check out the review with lots of pictures. The Marvel Legends figure series came with comic book and 6-inch, highly detailed action figure for a $7.99 US. Washington Times ,

Announcements at the time stated that Upper Deck and Toy Biz would cross-promote their Marvel products by packaging promo cards from Upper Deck's Marvel Vs. System CCG with action figures from Toy Biz' Marvel Legends line. Playable game cards depicting Black Widow, Man-Thing, Captain America, Iceman, Iron Man, Storm, and Doctor Octopus were be packed with the corresponding action figures from Marvel Legends Series 8, The Marvel TCG cards featured artwork by Michael Lopez.

Check out a detailed review at the Toy Room

Man Thing Figurine The Dark Side
In 2000 Marvel and Toy-Biz released this 6 inch figure as part of the Marvel History - The Dark Side range. It sold originally for $9-10.

Spotted by Guillaume


man-thing_in_fable_ii.jpg, 8.4kB Fable II
Eagle-eyed Muck-Head Guillaume spotted this creature in a screen-shot from the game Fable II. It could be mistaken for Man-Thing if you met it in a dark swamp.

According to Wikipedia,

Fable II is an upcoming role playing video game for Xbox 360, developed by Lionhead Studios and published by Microsoft Game Studios. It is a sequel to Fable and Fable: The Lost Chapters.
Announced in 2006, the game will take place in Albion, 500 years after Fable's setting, in a colonial era resembling the time of highwaymen or the Enlightenment; guns are still primitive, and large castles and cities have developed in the place of towns.