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Await “The Meg” With These Shark-Themed Collectibles

Wednesday, August 8, 2018 | Collectibles

With the release of THE MEG this week, we’re taking a look at a few giant shark collectibles currently out. 

BubbleManiaCo over on Etsy has a simply devilish JAWS ATTACK BATH BOMB that you can really sink your teeth into. This handmade, made to order creation is larger than the standard bath bomb, features a soap shark head and is scented like bubblegum.  You’re going to need a bigger bathtub to fully enjoy it!
Price: $12.60(each) + shipping
Bubble Mania Co. Jaws Attack Bath Bomb

Next up is Fright Rags with a collection of licensed Jaws apparel for sale (too bad the socks are sold out). The SMILE YOU SON OF A …. T-SHIRT is a winner and sports that well-known shark front and center. The pre-shrunk cotton shirt is still in stock in all available sizes.
Price: $27 USD + shipping
Fright Rags Jaws T-shirt

Paul Shipper of Paul Shipper Studio is a freelance illustrator who has a knack for bringing the “retro” movie poster feel to a whole new generation. Here are his JAWS FINE ART GICLÉE available in 16×24 inch and 24×36 inch sizes. This piece is sure to be a talking point for collectors.
Price: £100.00 (16×24), £200 (24×36)
Paul Shipper Studio – Jaws Giclée

Finally, what better way to celebrate THE MEG than with these film-inspired pouches and DUVET COVERS both available through Jim’s Tee Arcade out of Australia. Pouches are available in small (15 x 10 centimeters), Medium (24 x 15 centimeters) and large (31.5 x 21.5 centimeters), the duvet covers range in sizes from Twin (173 x 224 centimeters), Queen (224 x 224 centimeters) and King (264 x 224). 
Pouch: Small $14 USD, Medium $17 USD, Large $19 USD (Plus Shipping)
Duvet Cover: Twin $105 USD, Queen $124 USD, King $162 USD (Plus Shipping)
Jim’s Tee Arcade Rebubble page

Hopefully, THE MEG will make a splash at the box office and more “official” film merchandise will follow (Jason Statham riding the Meg Funko pop??)

Chris Hammond
The Curator of the Creepy collectibles. I've been an avid horror fan for over 3 decades. Meeting and writing about some of the finest artists from all over the world is a pure joy. I've written for multiple websites on the art and collectible front. The horror bug that lives inside me is well cared for and has been going strong since I watched my first introduction to horror through a grainy VHS copy of John Carpenter's 1978 classic film Halloween.