New 5" My Hero Academia Figures Coming From McFarlane Toys

by Jay Cochran
October 20, 2020
Todd McFarlane is launching a new line of 5" My Hero Academia figures which are said to cost under $10. The figures look to have around 5 points of articulation. They also will be doing some role-play items for the kids as well as 12" figures which will have lights and sounds.

All of these seemed to be geared for younger audiences, not the adult action figure collector market. As Todd continues to expand into Targets and Walmarts it makes sense that he expand more into the toys made for kids. See his video below for more on these.

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supermancrotch - 2021-03-21 @ 6:38 am

I love this scale, the other scale was too big

JayC - 2021-03-19 @ 5:25 pm
We first told you about this back in October, but now McFarlane Toys has released official images for the upcoming My Hero Academia 5" IIzuku Midoriya, All Might And Katsuki Bakugo figures which will be out in April.

Nosferatuman62172 - 2020-12-26 @ 5:48 pm

Nice looking figures, I'm considering getting into these show/line, but there's so much more I want.

SclassHiei - 2020-12-26 @ 5:28 pm

Under $10 dollars great price show sucks wouldn't pay for it

Mr_Scary92 - 2020-12-26 @ 5:20 pm

Finally signs of life, I know of someone who just got hooked on the past releases.

JayC - 2020-12-26 @ 5:13 pm
McFarlane Toys has released official images for their My Hero Academia 7" Eijiro Kirishima Season 3 Hero Costume, Izuku Midoriya (Gamma Hero Suit) And All For One figures.Ejiro is featured in his Hero Outfit from Season 3 and comes with an alternate hair piece with mask, alternate quirk arms, and base.Izuku Midoriya is featured in his Gamma upgraded hero suit which features his improved bracers and iron soled shoes and comes with a flight stand.All for Oneis featured with a damaged helmet, and using his Quirk to create a giant arm from his Season 3 battle with All Might. Figure includes a base.Look for these to be out in March 2021.

supermancrotch - 2020-10-21 @ 6:21 am


DylanRaven055 - 2020-10-20 @ 11:26 pm

It seems McFarlane still struggles with anime faces. Deku looks funny. Kirishima looks better because he has the mask-thing that kinda covers his face. All for One looks really cool! And he may go well with the Figma ir Amazing Yamaguchi MHA figures.

As for the 5" figs, it's kinda interesting. Although it would have been better if he made them to scale with each other. They look neat.

Mr_Scary92 - 2020-10-20 @ 10:34 pm

Those 5- and 12-inch figures certainly look better than the ones other companies are putting in stores lately and those granade shaped guantlets(?) look hilarious. The guy is looking to get in the children's toy market for real, although I personally don't know how popular Hero Academia is among children's audiences.

JayC - 2020-10-20 @ 10:21 pm

Official images for the 5", 12" and Role Play items announced today.

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