Dark Horse makes this line of Marvel Syroco statutes that are designed to resemble resin figurines produced during the 1930s and 1940s.
Awesome to see companies still making Buffy: The Vampire Slayer figures.
A lot of offbeat action figures leave me scratching my head as often as they make me want to reach for my wallet. Funko’s ReAction series of figures is definitely in the latter category.
This line takes popular TV shows and movies, and then imagines what action figures for those would have looked like if they had been created in the late 1970s.
The line started with imagining what action figures for the Alien movie would have looked like (none were ever produced for the original film), and then started branching out into other famous pop culture brands.
These Buffy: The Vampire Slayer figures, for example are awesome from the 70s-style sculpts all the way down to the card design. More please.
For the past few years, Eaglemoss has been producing collectible magazines featuring Marvel and DC characters that include detailed, painted lead figures of the characters. Soon, Eaglemoss will be releasing a series of Buffy: The Vampire Slayers and Angel figures.