Rebellion and Hiya Toys to release 1:18 Judge Mortis Action Figure

Rebellion and Hiya Toys have just unveiled details of JUDGE MORTIS, the latest addition to their new range of 1:18 PVC action figures based on the world of Judge Dredd.

Mortis comes with 16 points of articulation, shoulder and joint pads, chain and badge of office, utility belt with dimension jump, and his imposing winged helmet. The figure will come shipped in an attractive protective cardboard window box.

Judge Mortis is the latest in the new range of fully poseable 1:18 figures announced in November 2021, and joins Judge Dredd and Judge Death in the collection.  Unfortunately, due to disruption to international shipping due to the pandemic, the shipping of both Dredd and Death have been pushed back to Q2 of 2022, with Mortis shipping shortly after in Q3.

The already popular 1:18 line will be followed by a 1:12 (six-inch) line, featuring Judge Dredd (available to order from Q2 2022), Judge Death (available to order from Q3 2022), Judge Fear (available to order from Q3 2022) and Judge Mortis (available to order from Q4 2022).

Speaking about the release, Jason Kinglsey OBE, CEO of Rebellion, said: “Judge Mortis is just one of those iconic character designs that is immediately recognisable and so utterly chilling – it’s truly impressive how Hiya is taking Bolland’s two dimensional images and making them into three dimensional reality.”

Originally designed by legendary artist Brian Bolland, Judge Mortis is a member of the Dark Judges, the alien superfiends from a dimension where all life has been declared a crime – a single encounter with his fetid touch is enough to turn his victims into desiccated corpse.



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