New Universal Monsters Tees & Cardholder at Universal Orlando Resort

New Universal Monsters tees and a cardholder have arrived at Universal Orlando Resort. They’re available in the All Hallows Eve Boutique at Universal’s Islands of Adventure.

Bride & Frankenstein Cardholder – $8

The cardholder features the Bride of Frankenstein and Frankenstein’s Monster.

Creature From the Black Lagoon Tee – $35

This series of tees matches a Frankenstein’s Monster tee released last year. The tees are designed by the Halloween Shirt Company.

The Creature from the Black Lagoon is pictured wearing 3D glasses and eating a hot dog, with a background inspired by a retro movie theater.

The Wolf Man Tee – $35

The Wolf Man is munching on nachos covered in green slime on this retro tee.

Bride of Frankenstein Tee – $35

The Bride looks surprised as she eats popcorn from a Halloween box.

Creepers Tee – $35

The design on this white tee resembles a comic book cover.

The Creepers include The Wolf Man, Frankenstein’s Monster, The Mummy, The Bride, Creature from the Black Lagoon, and Count Dracula.

Beach Tee – $35

The Bride of Frankenstein lounges under a beach umbrella with her batty friend on this tee.

Trick or Treat Trio Tee – $35

The Bride is joined by a witch and a woman with a jack-o’-lantern head for trick or treating on this tee.

Which shirt is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!

Classic Monsters at Universal Parks

The Universal Monsters franchise has been ongoing since the 1930s, featuring characters like Dracula, the Wolfman, the Mummy, Frankenstein’s Monster, and the Bride of Frankensteins. The movies aren’t necessarily connected in one universe, just feature the legendary monsters.

Universal’s Classic Monsters used to be represented in Universal Studios Florida with Monsters Cafe and the Bone Chillin’ Stand, but both have now closed to make way for Minion Cafe.

At Halloween Horror Nights 2022, there were two Universal Monsters houses, one in Universal Studios Hollywood and one in Universal Studios Florida. Though different, the houses were connected in one big story. Other than these interconnected houses, various Universal Monsters houses and mazes have been present at Halloween Horror Nights over the years, including at Universal Studios Japan.

Beyond the houses, Universal Monsters frequently make appearances at Universal Parks around Halloween time and are featured on merchandise lines.

In early 2022, while Revenge of the Mummy was closed for refurbishment, its gift shop, Sahara Traders, became a Classic Monsters Tribute Store. Classic Monsters merch is still available in the store.

Universal Monsters is rumored to be the theme of one of the new Epic Universe landsUniversal Destinations & Experiences recently filed trademarks for Curse of the Werewolf, which could be an attraction, and Dark Universe, which was the name of a canceled series of Universal Monsters movies. Dark Universe could be the name of almost anything in Epic Universe, including the overall title of the Monsters land.

The planned year-round horror destination coming to Las Vegas could also have ties to Universal Monsters.

Radio Silence, the production company behind recent “Scream” films, signed on to a new untitled Universal Monsters thriller. Recent Universal Monsters films include “The Mummy” (2017), “The Invisible Man” (2020), and “Renfield” (2023).

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