A Life Size Mystic Seer Replica And More Twilight Zone Items From Bif Bang Pow

We’ve already mentioned the The EE Exclusive Twilight Zone Talky Tina Doll Replica today, but Bif Bang Pow revealed more than one new Twilight Zone item you’ll want to add to your collection today.

The Twilight Zone Mystic Seer Replica – Episode “Nick Of Time”

This incredible, super-deluxe reproduction is an authentic, functioning replica of the Mystic Seer featured in the legendary The Twilight Zone episode “Nick of Time” that starred William Shatner. Complete with napkin holder and menu holder– just like in the show– it features a working coin mechanism and can act as a bank. It even dispenses “fortunes”! Meticulously crafted of polystone and steel, the life-size Mystic Seer Replica is a colorful replication that measures about 13 1/2-inches tall x 7 1/2-inches wide x 6-inches long and comes with a certificate of authenticity.


The Twilight Zone Bob Wilson Bobble Head – Episode “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet”

Standing 7-inches tall and fashioned of resin, this terrific Bob Wilson Bobble Head from Bif Bang Pow! features excellent detail that’s true to the iconic The Twilight Zone TV series and typical of the wobblers in this line. Based on the character played by William Shatner in the terrifying “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet” episode, it sports an authentic black-and-white color scheme and a cool airplane-themed base. This is the perfect companion piece to the Gremlin Bobble Head (sold separately).


The Twilight Zone Willie and Jerry Bobble Head – From “The Dummy”

Standing 7-inches tall and fashioned of resin, this terrific Willie and Jerry Bobble Head from Bif Bang Pow! features excellent detail that’s true to the iconic The Twilight Zone TV series and typical of the wobblers in this line. An unbelievable double bobble head in a classic black-and-white color scheme, it ironically presents Willie the dummy holding puppeteer Jerry on his lap.

Product Page Mystic Seer ($250) / Bob Wilson $13 / Willy and Jerry ($13)

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