It is surprising how many cool action figures out there fail to fall under the radar of toy enthusiasts and collectors. Such toys might have made their way through private auctions or made available for a small group of collectors.
Today, we list them down for the whole world to see. Below are some of the action figures you never knew existed:
Sports bobbleheads are popular since time immemorial. This New York Yankee bobblehead sold for around $60,000 in Heritage Auction. This 14-inch toy figure isn’t even a player, just a regular Yankee. According to the auction house, there are only two pieces of this Yankee boy, which means that it’s the rarest of the rare.
But if you want to opt for a Yankee player’s figure, and you couldn’t find it anywhere, consider a custom made bobble head. All you need is to send a photo, and the online store will its best to create a bobblehead replica. If you want, you can also ask them to create a figure of yourself!
This toy series consists of 9 action figures, each paired with one of the seven parts used to build a Galactus action figure. Galactus is one of Marvel’s most formidable villains, and this action figure didn’t fail to portray that. The details are truly stunning, making it an intimidating action figure.
Toy Biz released a toy that shows what it would probably look like if a biomechanical Hulk ever created. This Menacing Hulk action figure gives an imposing presence due to its massive size and superb detail.
This Star Wars action figure has a simple but cool feature. The helmet is removable, revealing a disfigured face below. While this might prove to be an insignificant feature, for Star Wars fans, this is one of the best highlights in the film series.
This figure is probably the best representation of Princess Leia from her most fashionable outfit. This action has the best detail, which should make every fanboy fall in love with it.
With its detailed design and articulation, we can easily say that this might be the best action figure from the series. The Action figure features an elastic web gear, switchable heads, and weapons.
The craft and details of the action figure were true to its rendering in the comic book. The Green Lantern Batman appeared once in the Green Lantern No. 9 and seemed to have made enough impact that plenty of fans couldn’t get enough of it.
Trap-jaws are fun toys for kids back in the ’80s. The action figure featured an interchangeable arm gun, claw, and hook.
Whoever thought action figures of famous sculpture such as Venus de Milo, The Thinker, and Michael de Angelo’s David would be a thing. The joints of these action figures are movable, which allows you to act out famous poses or have fun with it.
Here is another cool action figure from the G.I. Joe series. It features interchangeable weapons. The best part about it is the insanely well-detailed weapons.