Super7 has - so far - three flavors of Nosferatu ReAction figures. This one is exclusive to Entertainment Earth and while I am not at liberty to disclose the run size, I can assure you it's quite small. It's a neat piece - the packaging artwork is really grimy, and it has a glowing sheen unlike the other editions. It also really nails home that whole "Rudy Giuliani looks like Count Orlok" business.
The 3 3/4-inch figure has a standard version (which sold out in days) plus a sepia-toned release and this glow-in-the-dark one. The decision to make it an exclusive happened after it was manufactured, hence no sticker on the packaging. Now you know. The mold is basically the same as standard Nosferatu, but with the new skin color. The figure is cast in either clear or glow plastic, with a layer of glow paint on top of it. (I'm not sure which, I dare not file it down to find out. It's a bright glow too.
As the design might tell you, it feels similar to figures of that era, with a few exceptions. It's roughly the standard 3 3/4-inches all, but the level of detail is far better than anything Kenner, Fisher-Price, or Hasbro sold you at the scale. His big eyebrows and black eyeliner are unlikely to be features on older toys, and the hand with the spread-apart fingers was very unusual until the early 2000s. (Hasbro made a big fuss over doing them by making them a little thicker/taller.)
Another departure is a step back - the figure has a squared-off butt. Usually Kenner and the like did something in the posterior to keep it rounded when the figure sit, but Funko and Super7 have so far not done much there. He can stand well, but sitting isn't his strong suit. Depending on what you do with your figures, this may not matter to you.
As a collectible, it's great - and the packaging says "ADULT COLLECTIBLE - NOT A TOY." They're right - it's sturdy, but I don't feel a child would be gentle enough with it to keep it from eventually breaking. Those legs won't bend to a right angle, but he looks perfect next to other older toys. He also looks perfect carded. It's a low run, it looks cool, and it glows in the dark. That's all I need.
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