I got the Tall Ghost on election day, and I could make all sorts of jokes about a pale white stretched-out dude but instead I'll just say I had to add this one to my glowing horde and Playmobil monster collection. You can find this one easily by fondling the bag for the very long legs, which help him to stand one and a half times the height of your normal figure.
I can only assume the title character from Beetlejuice was the inspiration with his rubbery, shape-changing ghost abilities and white suit with black stripes. The coloring is a little off but the spirit is there - pardon the pun. He recycles stilt clown legs, and sports a swell belt to hold his sword. Why does he have a sword? I have no idea.
Assembling the figure is a bit of a trick, getting everything to align and snap in place is a satisfying ordeal. You can pop together everything fairly easily, with a nice glowing wig. Each kind of plastic glows a little bit differently, so expect a two-tone glowing experience in a dark room.
Articulation is exactly the same as a normal 3-inch figure, the key difference being that the long-legged specter won't fit in your vehicles or chairs without modification. Given its design, you can pop him apart and give him other legs if you want to make that happen. It's nice to have options - this line really does let you fix any problems you may encounter.
I want all the Blind Bag Fi?ures, but it's expensive and I've missed a bunch - so I pick and choose. I consider this a must-have thanks to the glowing feature and the monster quality. Why wouldn't you want one? It's great. The sword is silly, sure, but I assume they must have said "nobody's using the blade mold, throw it and a belt in the bag." It makes sense. Right? Sure. Let's say yes. If you feel one up, the unique design is a shining example of what this line can provide your stash.
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