Philip J. Fry, pizza delivery boy, skips the millennium celebration, opting instead to deliver one more pizza, and through an accident with a cryogenic chamber ends up in the year 3000. He is revived in a bizarre world of the future where robots and aliens are commonplace, and where a person's job is decided for him. He soon meets Bender, a suicidal robot, and Leela, a one-eyed alien who is as practical as she is beautiful. He discovers he has a distant relative living in New New York, and together they form the "Planet Express" delivery service.
Futurama, the Fox TV animated series, is helmed by Matt Groening, revered for his massively successful show The Simpsons, which has become an irrevocable part of modern culture. Groening hoped Futurama would gather as much of a following as his signature show, but the executives at Fox aren't helping, switching the show's timeslots and airing it after football games, forcing viewers to watch it "already in progress" with a few minutes left in the episode. The fact that the fans remain loyal is a credit to the solid quality of the show.
So for those fans who would like a little stability, Moore Action Collectibles has provided it. Fans can now hold the characters from Futurama and keep them where they can see them and touch them.
Fry comes with Cryo-booth display stand, a weapon, Light Speed briefs, Angry Norwegian Anchovies and a can of Slurm. Bender features a suicide-booth display stand, a stack of cash, a metal bar for bending, Mom's Old Fashioned Robot Oil and a bottle of Olde Fortran Malt Liquor. Leela has two weapons, her pet, Nibbler, and his litter box, complete with a pellet of dark matter. The Planet Express ship comes with two alien creatures and a crate full of mysterious tentacled beings.
Moore made a future worth the wait