Scrooge McDuck is as stingy as ever, even in action figure form. The wealthiest duck in Duckburg is the latest Disney character to join Beast Kingdom’s Dynamic 8ction Heroes line of high-quality toys.
Scrooge stands at just over 9″ tall and features a blue fabric waist jacket. Maybe we’ll get an NES version with a red one? His other accessories include Scrooge’s first dime, interchangeable hands, top hat, cane, treasure map, a bag of money, interchangeable bill, and a coin.
We spotted this listing for Scrooge over at the Big Bad Toy Store. Unfortunately, the surly McDuck won’t be available until the fourth quarter of 2022, but pre-orders are open now. Scrooge ain’t cheap, mind. He will set you back $85.99. I’m sure he would price himself higher if possible.
Beast Kingdom’s highly movable series, Dynamic 8ction Heroes, has launched a new masterpiece in its Scrooge McDuck with eighteen movable joints across its body. The figure comes with five pairs of replaceable hands and two types of mouth and face designs. Scrooge’s clothing is made of real fabric. The classic blue suit and black top hat have been faithfully restored to show the gentlemanly high-class temperament of Uncle Scrooge. Additional exclusive accessories are included, such as the highly treasured coin (the first coin earned by Scrooge), a treasure map, his signature cane and a linen money sack. The variety of accessories gives you freedom to play with the figure as you wish. Fans of Uncle Scrooge will not want to miss this figure!
In case you missed our previous articles, Scrooge’s nephews and Donald Duck are also part of this line. It does not look like the pre-orders for those figures are sold out yet. So, if you’ve not spent your stimulus check yet, what are you waiting for?
What are your thoughts on these high-end action figures? Let us know in the comments.
[Source: Big Bad Toy Store]
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