Funko Karate Kid ReAction Figures

Funko Karate Kid ReAction Figures

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The Karate Kid has inspired a couple of generations to try out the crane kick and dress like a shower for Halloween. Now the '80s favorite is getting some new old-school toys. The Funko Karate Kid ReAction figures bring the main characters to the toy box with intentionally simple molds and beautiful packaging cards.

You wouldn't have a credible Karate Kid toy line without Daniel LaRusso (sorry, Hilary Swank and the crew who worked on The Next Karate Kid). He actually has two figures in the ReAction line. The first has him in his street clothes. The second has him ready for the All-Valley Karate Tournament. Joining Daniel are Mr. Miyagi and Ali. This could be the first action figure based on an Elizabeth Shue character.

To add a little conflict to playtime, the Funko Karate Kid ReAction figures also include a couple of faces from the Cobra Kai dojo, Johnny and John Kreese.

Most figures also come with an iconic accessory. Daniel has a tournament trophy with one figure and a paint can and brush with the other. Mr. Miyagi can practice his bonsai skills. And Ali has an essential piece of 1980s electronics, a boombox.

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This isn't the first time The Karate Kid has had action figures. Back in 1986, Remco made a line for many of the characters and a few new ones.

Funko ReAction Karate Kid Figures Checklist

Ali Mills
Daniel LaRusso - Street Clothes
Daniel LaRusso - Karate Uniform
Johnny Lawrence
John Kreese
Mr. Miyagi

 

Funko Karate Kid ReAction Figures Gallery

Ali Mills

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Daniel LaRusso - Street Clothes

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Daniel LaRusso - Karate Uniform

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Johnny Lawrence

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John Kreese

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Mr. Miyagi

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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

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