Well... I'm not too excited, but might lose my #$## once I see them. Not really a hardcore potterhead, but always glad to add figures from things I like to my collection
- 2019-02-11 @ 7:28 pm
UPDATE: McFarlane Toys has confirmed they will be doing a collector line of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts figures which will include ones in 6" and 12". Also they will be doing high-end collectibles for the Wizarding World. Here is the official press release:McFarlane Toys, a global leader in the action figure industry, and Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP) announced today a partnership to bring a new line of premium collectible Wizarding World action figures to mass and specialty retailers.McFarlane Toys will create collectible action figures ranging in size from 6-inch to 12-inches based on characters and creatures from the Wizarding World, including characters and creatures from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films.McFarlane Toys first wave of fully articulated action figures will include fan-favorite characters Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, and Lord Voldemort as seen in the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows films and Buckbeak the Hippogriff, from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. All the figures will feature character-specific accessories and will retail between $19.99 and $24.99 at retailers nationwide.The Wizarding World captures the emotions of its fans unlike any other, said Todd McFarlane, owner, and CEO of McFarlane Toys. Taking the iconic imagery from the Wizarding World and creating figures for everyone to take home is quite an honor for me.McFarlane Toys, known for its beautifully sculpted and painted figures and collectibles, is excited to partner with one of the most world-renowned franchises. As avid Wizarding World fans themselves, the McFarlane Toys team is ready to create the most realistic, detailed and character accurate figures for fans of all ages.
IMO, the problem with Harry Potter is thatmany of the main characters are toohuman. Having an adolescent dressed in a robe displayed on your shelf is just...off. Makes me wonder if this is why the disappointment calledFantastic Beasts was created/released in the first place. That is, to sell more toys.
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