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

So – Funko wasn’t kidding around when they said they would have a ton of ReAction figures available at the line’s launch.


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


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

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

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


  • Sloth
  • Mikey
  • Mouth
  • Chunk
  • Data

Pulp Fiction

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


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


  • 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

18 thoughts on “Funko reveals 60-figure ReAction line-up (with photos)”

  1. 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.

  2. 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…

    1. 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.

  3. 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…

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

    1. 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.

  5. 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.)

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

  7. 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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