The Series 2 of Monster in My Pocket figures came soon after the originals, in 1992. Only twenty-four monsters were in this collection, and the colors were neon green (slightly darker than the series 1's neon green), blue, pink, and orange. Only a select few of these monsters made any appearances in Monster in My Pocket media. The boxes ranged from a 24-box set with all the series 2 figures, as well as 12-box sets with one 30-point monster and 11 random monsters. It also introduced the first 30 point monsters and got rid of the 5 point monsters.
Due to protests, the Hindu deity Ganesha was deleted from all but the very earliest releases in the United Kingdom, making this monster particularly scarce there. 24-packs in the UK included a Series 1 monster in its place.
List of monsters
Gigantic fire-breathing beast, afraid of nothing.
English; Flying monster with long claws, huge jaws, and flaming eyes.
The master of magic, more powerful than wizards or sorcerors.
Scandinavian; Frost giant, the first creature in the universe, can freeze anything.
A horrible humanoid creature that lives in swamps and attacks people.
Jewish; A huge powerful clay man brought to life as a protector against all evil.
Arabian; half-man, half-scorpion, with bow and arrow and a poisonous stinger tail.
|Loch Ness Monster|
Scottish; taunts mankind with glimpses of itself; may be the last living dinosaur on Earth.
French; Has a lion’s head, six bear claws, spikes down his back and a viper’s tail.
Gigantic sea creature who can raise storms and capsize boats.
|Herne the Hunter|
English; England’s most famous ghost, clad in deerskin and a stag’s skull helmet; lives in Windsor Park
Greek; Hideous maiden with snakes for hair, golden wings, bronze claws, and glaring eyes.
A spirit in the physical world, who produces the otherworldly ectoplasm to overcome victims.
Hindu; Potbellied monster with head of an elephant and the body of a man.
Algonkian Indian; Very sneaky woman with sharp knives or awls for elbows.
Greek; Large monster with the head of a bull and the body of a man. Very fast and strong.
Irish; Sea fairy with a fish tail, covered in scales, wearing a red feathered cap.
Scottish; A horse-like creature with one eye, a human torso on its back and no skin.
Undead being that is semi-transparent; can scare the wits out of people.
Spirit that haunts houses to scare unwary people.
Egyptian; Male humanoid spirit with a crocodile’s head.
Tree spirit who lives in forests and attacks travelers.
Sea creature who is the spirit of a woman who died by drowning and seeks revenge.
Medieval Europe; Grotesque wide-mouthed creatures found on medieval buildings who attack people.