The Terminator is back, this time in a line of retro-style action figures. Take a look at all the Funko Terminator ReAction Figures. The T800 is joined by Sarah Connor, Kyle Reese and more.
Imagine what it would have been like to have action figures of the Goonies when the movie first came out. That’s exactly what the retro-styled 2014 Funko The Goonies ReAction Figures do. The line features five key characters.
Funko Karate Kid ReAction figures bring a retro look and feel to the movie’s lead characters. Figures include Daniel, Mr. Miyagi, Johnny and John Kreese.
The Funko Jaws ReAction figures offer the ultimate in bath toys, even if you’re an adult. Okay, maybe not, but they bring a realistic action figure spin to the iconic movie.
We all know the first rule, but be a rebel and talk about the Funko Fight Club ReAction figures. The lineup gives the film starring Edward Norton and Brad Pitt a retro look and feel.
In one of the more unlikely toys ever made, Travis Bickle is getting his own action figure in the retro 2015 Funko Taxi Driver ReAction Figures.
Few films evoke a more ’80s feeling than Gremlins. The classic gets the retro toy treatment with the sizable line of 2015 Funko Gremlins ReAction figures.
Walter White, Jesse and Gus get the retro-toy treatment with the line of 2015 Funko Breaking Bad Reaction figures. The lineup has seven figures, all inspired by old Kenner toys.
Back in the 1980s, kids had to use their imagination to make their largely detail-free toys look tough. Now it’s Connor and Murphy MacManus’ turn with the Funko Boondock Saints ReAction Figures.
2015 Funko Big Trouble in Little China Reaction figures are new and retro at the same time. The action figures feature key characters from the John Carpenter film done in a style reminiscent of Kenner toys from the 1980s.
2014 Funko Pulp Fiction ReAction Figures give the modern classic a retro toy spin. Done in the style of 1980s Kenner toys, the lineup includes eight key characters.
2014 Funko Nightmare Before Christmas ReAction Figures take an old-school approach to the animated classic. The full lineup has eight figures including three versions of Jack Skellington.
2014 Funko Horror Series ReAction Figures bring together some of the most iconic characters in modern horror. The six-figure lineup includes Jason, Freddy, Michael Myers and more.