Funko reveals 60-figure ReAction line-up (with photos)

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So – Funko wasn’t kidding around when they said they would have a ton of ReAction figures available at the line’s launch. 60 figures! Entertainment Earth has them all for pre-order, including photos of some (but not all) of them. The price has come down from the $15 of the Alien line to $9.99. The figures have release dates anywhere from April to September October.

Complete list of figures after the jump.

Universal Monsters

  • Creature from the Black Lagoon
  • Invisible Man
  • Phantom of the Opera
  • Dracula
  • Bride of Frankenstein
  • Frankenstein
  • Mummy
  • Wolfman

Modern Horror

  • Freddy Krueger
  • Jason Voorhees
  • Michael Myers
  • Pinhead
  • Ghostface
  • Trick’R’Treat Sam

The Crow

  • The Crow

Escape from New York

  • Snake Plissken
  • Snake Plissken with jacket

Terminator

  • Sarah Connor
  • Kyle Reese
  • Tech Noir Terminator
  • Leather Jacket Terminator
  • T-800

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

  • Buffy
  • Oz
  • Spike
  • Willow
  • Gentleman
  • Angel

Goonies

  • Sloth
  • Mikey
  • Mouth
  • Chunk
  • Data

Pulp Fiction

  • Jules Winnfield
  • Vincent Vega
  • Mia Wallace
  • Jimmie Dimmick
  • The Gimp
  • Butch Coolidge
  • The Wolf
  • Marsellus Wallace

Predator

  • Masked Predator
  • Open mouth Predator
  • Closed mouth Predator
  • Invisible Predator

Firefly

  • Malcolm Reynolds
  • Zoe Washburne
  • Hoban Washburne
  • Jayne Cobb
  • Kaylee Frye

Nightmare Before Christmas

  • Jack Skellington
  • Sally
  • Mayor
  • Behemoth
  • Devil
  • Barrel

The Rocketeer

  • The Rocketeer

Back to the Future

  • Marty McFly
  • Doc Brown
  • George McFly
  • Biff Tannen
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  • Oh my gosh!

    I'll definitely snatch up the Escape from New York figures, Sam from Trick R Treat, and Michael Myers. I might snag Pulp Fiction (depends what DST reveals- they're doing Pulp Fiction too, right?), and possibly most of the horror figures.

    These look pretty cool.

  • Man, I want that Rocketeer and maybe a Snake. Very curious to see the Crow as well.

  • Very interesting/surprising to me that they are blowing out every variation of PREDATOR without doing a single commando. Must be somehow related to likeness rights which is super bizarre, because if they can get away with doing everyone from PULP FICTION…

    • There's likely no likeness rights. And they're already doing a couple Arnolds on the Terminator side, so I'm sure they're just spacing it out.

  • These aren't very good…they seem much softer and cartoony than I anticipated. I know these are probably just early prototype shots, but they look like customs…

  • These aren't really my thing, but I am definitely interested in getting Snake, Predator and some Pulp Fiction characters.

    • For Snake there is a "soso" McFarlane Figure from part 2, with and without jacket, Rocketeer has a cute Bend-Em figure and a very nice Medicom Kubrick from the Disney line.

  • Duuuude! I am all over the Rocketeer, Back to the Future, Goonies, and Ghost Face figures.The Universal Monsters could be fun, too, and while I love me some Pulp Fiction, I can't see myself having figures of drug dealers in the house with a two-year-old girl. (Ghost Face, slashing throats open, is fine, though.)

  • Not interested at all, but I will give Funko credit for getting the price down to a more reasonable level.

  • Ordered Snake, Mal, and chrome T-800. Thinking of updating order to add Rocketeer. Can’t wait!

  • This is exactly what I feared… only the Terminator figures look a bit 'realistic' or in their time, the film being from 1980, but they do look pretty crappy nontheless – they look like the 3 3/4 inch toy island figures from somewhere in the 90's… The rest of them?… maybe I'll buy a Predator for fun, the least ugly one, not sure which that would be… just to display it with the Super7 Alien. But I seriously can't see the fun in having tons of 90's properties done in 70's style – Sorry!

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