Re-Action issue limited edition ‘Invisible Man’ Figure for Entertainment Earth

The figure stands 3 3/4 inches tall and is just like your classic Kenner action figures from the ’70s and ’80s. Like all ReAction figures, the Invisible Man comes in the 1980s style cardback design

November is shaping up to be a fantastic month when it comes to science fiction and fantasy related merchandising. Not only will it see the release of a big sized Funko Pop Vinyl of Smaug The Dragon from the recent Hobbit movies, but it will also see a special one off limited edition release of a transparent version of Re-Action’s Invisible Man figure, which is inspired by the classic Universal horror movie, which starred Claude Rains.

The Entertainment Earth Exclusive Reaction figure that is both clear and colorless.

Much like the normal version this limited edition has five points of articulation and features the 1980s style of packaging.

The figure stands 3 3/4 inches tall and is just like your classic Kenner action figures from the ’70s and ’80s. Like all ReAction figures, the Invisible Man comes in the 1980s style cardback design with a memorable look of the character from the classic movie.

The 1933 movie ‘The Invisible Man’ was loosely based on the book by H.G. Wells and centred on a scientist who turns invisible but, in doing so, becomes murderously insane. The movie was directed by James Whale and starred Claude Rains in the title role.

The figure is available here at Entertainment Earth and will likely sell out fast. Its due for release in November. So pre-order yours today.

 

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