Call of Cthulhu
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Call of Cthulhu (Grenadier) - The original figures, licenced by Chaosium.
Nightmares (Grenadier) - Grenadier's extension of their Call of Cthulhu line, renamed.
Nightmares (Mirliton) - Where the Grenadier Call of Cthulhu and Nightmares lines went.
For a side-by-side comparison gallery of all the creature figures invented by Cthulhu Mythos writers for the mythos, see our topical gallery Lovecraftian Mythos Creations. (The gallery does not include generic creatures of horror fiction such as zombies, werewolves and vampires, even though they may have been sculpted for Lovecraftian gaming.)
Other Grenadier packs related to the Call of Cthulhu line:
Chill - 8501 Nightmares figures, created by the same Grenadier sculptors are now appropriately included in the Nightmares (Mirliton) line.
2014 Folklore, Creatures of the Night has several figures in common with the Nightmares (Grenadier) line, also appropriately included in the Nightmares (Mirliton) line.
The only other manufacturers (so far) that we have identified as producing figures specifically for Lovecraftian horror gaming (but do not have "official Call of Cthulhu" licencing) are:
Black Cat Bases, home of Doppleganger USA's Whiskers and Tentacles
Blackball Games for their Book of Fragments range
Brigade Games and their affiliate Rattrap Productions
Citadel Miniatures for the Gothic Horror and Night Horrors lines (lost out on the licence to Grenadier)
Copplestone Castings by Mark Copplestone
Fantasy Flight Games for their Arkham Horror Investigator Miniatures and Bag of Cthulhu
Hobby Products Metal Magic Dunwich Detectives line, now produced by em4 Miniatures
Nameless Design Miniatures
Privateer Press for their Monsterpocalypse line
Pulp Figures by RAFM Call of Cthulhu sculptor, Bob Murch
Reaper, especially the Chronoscope line (for a monster listing, check out the thread on the Reaper forum entitled "Reaper figure[s] in Call of Cthul[h]u." Take out the square bracket items to Search.)
Reviresco, formerly McEwan Miniatures
SOTA Toys (State of the Art Toys)
Tengu Models for their Dark Foam range
Uncle Mike's Worldwide for the Strange Aeons line
WizKids Games for their HorrorClix line
To compare specific Lovecraftian creatures, see our Lovecraftian Mythos Creations topical galleries.
There are other notable companies that make appropriate horror figures, but they are not specifically made for the Cthulhu Mythos. The Rule of Thumb seems to be this: if they haven't produced a Deep One and/or a Great Cthulhu, then they aren't producing for the mythos. Everyone loves the Deep Ones, and you can never have enough for your hoard!