Titan Merchandise Cartoon Network Collection Samurai Jack Titan Merchandise, 2015
Day #1,982: June 8, 2018
Samurai Jack Nameless Prince Adventurer
Cartoon Network Collection
Item No.: No. CNV-MINI-001 Manufacturer:Titan Merchandise Includes:1 figure in a bag in a box and sword Action Feature:Stands Nicely Retail:$9.99 Availability: ??? Other:Fun Form Factor
Cartoon Network has been a force to be reckoned with for years, serving as the basis for shared culture for a couple of generations of kids with a fair amount of adult viewers tuning in, too. Samurai Jack was a really cool, often silent show with little dialogue and a lot of action. The show's time-hopping star didn't necessarily talk a lot, but was pretty great at doing good things for others while getting sucked from one end of time to the other in order to fight the demon Aku. The show would go on to finally get a legit finale on Adult Swim just last year, which I never did get to see.
With a new body and a head molded in an off-white, almost buttery complexion, it's clearly Jack. He's got a big head, a top knot, and a facial expression similar to the animation model. His robes are great, he has painted sandals, and the figure is a hollow vinyl. It has a little give to it, being a tiny bit smooshy with articulated arms and a jointed neck.
These figures are pretty consistent, and this one easily holds his sword. I was hoping the figure's outfit had a little more contrast, but it's true to the design - he doesn't have a lot going on in terms of black outlines, it's a white garment with grey detailing. He has a strong chin, and leans forward just a tiny bit.
The show had a great following, so you shouldn't be surprised to hear there are lots of collectible figures - even other designer vinyl figures - of this character and his cohorts. If you're in the Titan ecosystem, this is a good one. At 3-inches tall it's not terribly large, so give it a shot if you have a chance to get one and need more samurai cartoon toys in your life.
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