The 10 Best action figures

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1. Power Ranger

£6.99, toysrus.co.uk

Unite in the fight against the Netherworld with the Power Rangers 10cm figure collection from Bandai. There are five to collect.

 

2. Batman: The Brave and the Bold

£10.99, argos.co.uk

Each 6in (15cm) figure from Mattel comes kitted out in a total armour suit with cool weapons.

 

3. Octonauts Action Figure

£9.95, johnlewis.com

Explore the Octonauts' underwater world. All the creatures and squirters from Fisher-Price change colour in the water.

 

4. Mega T-Rex

£52.67, www1.macys.com

Watch out as Mega T-Rex snaps his jaw and roars. Part of Fisher-Price's Imaginext Dino Collection, it comes with removable armour.

 

5. Foot Soldier with Battleaxe

£4.49, wonderlandmodels.com

Loyal to those who bear the Lion coat of arms, this foot soldier is just one of the superbly detailed range available from Schleich.

 

6. Doctor Who Micro Figures

£1.99, character-online.com

These are great Christmas stocking fillers for Doctor Who fans – and at this price, you needn't stop at just one.

 

7. Toy Story 3 Talking Sheriff Woody

£33.99, elc.co.uk

Pull Woody's drawstring to hear fun phrases from Toy Story 3. A figure that's built to last.

 

8. Captain America Techbot

£14.99, amazon.co.uk

This has real working launchers and an innovative podium that allows you to position your hero standing, flying or hovering.

 

9. Fireman Sam Convertible Fire Engine

£9.99, elc.co.uk

Watch as Fireman Sam converts from the Jupiter Fire Engine into a robot hero. In 10 easy moves.

 

10. Generator Rex Action Figure and Vehicle

£10.49, smythstoys.com

From the hit animation series, kids will love re-enacting scenes with these collectable figures.

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