Wow! These figures are superior to the current line out at stores
for ten bucks! The sculpts on Sully and Randall are particularly
well done, and the overall line is excellent. With the excellent
range of characters, this line is likely to be more popular than McDonalds
The paint ops on the figures I've picked up so far are terriffic.
One of the nice touches on this line is the glow in the dark paint on each
Sully has GITD
eyes, Randall has GITD teeth, and the eye on Boo's bear is also GITD.
Nice additional touch in such a low priced toy.
Articulation? On kids meal toys? Absolutely! It depends
on the figure of course, but the majority of these figures are
articulated. Sulley has shoulder. tail and neck joints, and Randall
has neck, tail and every arm!
Boo is pretty much a PVC, but she has other additional features to make up
The doors are a pretty basic accessory, but they make sense, and they look
good with the figures. Boo's door is unique, as it lights up at the
top like the active doors in the movie.
All of these figures are extremely well made, with tight joints, heavy
plastic, and solid construction. These aren't just great looking,
but kids can play with them as well!
Let's face it, these toys are only about a buck. With large size,
articulation, GITD features, and accessories, they are easily worth quite
a bit more.
are one of the best values I've seen in a long time, certainly as good a
value as the Simpsons Spooky Light Ups from BK last month.
I was blown away by how cool these kids meal toys turned out. I was
disappointed by most of the action figures released for the movie, and
figured I would have to be satisfied with the small PVC's. But this
line of kids meal toys certainly fulfill my need for great action figures
for this movie!
better get cracking on these now, particularly 1-4. I know those
(the three pictured here and Mike) are already selling at most Mickey D's,
and I bet they don't last too long.
isn't an under 3 toy though - I miss the days when we used to get theme
specific under 3 toys. Ah, the good old days...