The 10 Best action figures
Tuesday 20 December 2011
1. Power Ranger
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
Each 6in (15cm) figure from Mattel comes kitted out in a total armour suit with cool weapons.
3. Octonauts Action Figure
Explore the Octonauts' underwater world. All the creatures and squirters from Fisher-Price change colour in the water.
4. Mega T-Rex
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
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
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
Pull Woody's drawstring to hear fun phrases from Toy Story 3. A figure that's built to last.
8. Captain America Techbot
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
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
From the hit animation series, kids will love re-enacting scenes with these collectable figures.
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