I would rather "Top Gun" be from a GI Joe line then a Kenner style Re-Action lineI'll take retros for all era of shows. The X-Files is from the 90's and I have no problems whatsoever with seeing a Kenner styled action figure of both Mulder and Scully! Don't people realize that most of these toys stood absolutely no chance of seeing the light of day? I'm sure not going to gripe about articulation when action figures are going on the brink of extinction. I say bring on the figures and lets try and resurrect a dying hobby. I'd like to see a line for Top Gun too!
You were right about it being online "shortly"!:All strap yourselves in boys and girls. I've just seen the list of 3.75............ and its long!!!
News is about to go online, I'd say very very very shortly
Fuggin' awesome.You were right about it being online "shortly"!:
Funko ReAction Figures @ EE - New pics of Terminator, Nightmare Before Christmas, Rocketeer, and Escape from New York figures; listings for Pulp Fiction, Predator, Firefly, Universal Monsters, Horror icons, Back to the Future, and Goonies figures.
(and a lower $9.99 price per figure!)
I agree..I would assume these will all come later though, Billy and the gang will be the best part of the lineThese look great. Kind of bummed the predator line is the Predator only with variations, was hoping they would include Arnold S and the other troops!
Gotta agree. Looks like bad a custom. Should be more along these lines in terms of detail and paint:Yikes. They need to go back to the drawing board on that Predator figure. It looks horrible. Hell, Kenner themselves could have done better, had that movie come out in '83. The Terminator figs look decent though. Reese and the Endo look spot-on for that aesthetic. Arnie needs to be bulked up a bit more though, IMO.
Yeah - if these hit a major retailer, it's gonna be awesome.Here's a handy checklist, courtesy of Adam Pawlus: ReAction Figures Checklist
I'm down for at least 17-20 of those...or maybe 28, depending.
I wonder if the Alien figures will drop to $9.99? If these ReAction figures do get picked up by TRU and/or Target (as per this interview), I'd be surprised if the Alien set--which seems like one of the more popular franchises in this line-- didn't get a retail re-release.
Either one would be great.Totally. I don't know if I can see Target carrying all of these, maybe a few of the more popular licenses--but TRU seems like a pretty safe bet.
That's the POINT! Kenner did a horrible job of facial recreation in all vintage lines. Luke X-Wing looked more like a Fisher Price figure than Star Wars. These are NOT meant to be overly realistic.Am glad for those who wanted this style, but I hope another company steps up to make more realistic-looking figures.
I agree with you about Sarah, definitely has the best retro look out of all the human figures. Chrome endo is also cool.Strangely, I think the figure that most has "the look" is Sarah Connor. Retro, not cartoonish.
Also,Chrome Endoskeleton gets my vote over the matte silver. Sort of a callback to vac-metalized Threepio and Death Star Droid.