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Marine action figures from Joyride, Halo: CE era.
Spartan action figures from McFarlane, Halo 3 era.

Joyride Studios created a line of Action Figures for Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2 starting in 2003. In March 2008, the Todd McFarlane company began producing the Halo 3 Action Figure sets.

The success of the figures is due largely to the close interconnection abilities of the figures with one another. Most maintain a 6" scale, and feature interchangeable weapons. A more popular feature, introduced by McFarlane Toys, allows the figures to interchange armor with each other, allowing the owner to create customized armor.


Figure Locations

  • Australia - Target,Toys R Us, Game. Previously sold in EB games, but are not currently.
  • USA - Most department or toy stores (Wal-Mart, Toys R Us), Comic stores (Alien Worlds), Bookstores (Borders), and game stores (GameStop). Grifball Spartan will be sold exclusively at the San Diego Comic-Con 2009.[1]

Figures can also be purchased online around the world.

Halo: Combat Evolved Series

Joyride Studios produced the Halo: Combat Evolved action figures. It included a total of five series (without counting mini-sets and exclusives). Joyride included a serial number on each figure designating when it was created. This date code has four numbers followed by 'SS' stamped or embossed in the cardboard packaging. The first three digits represent the date the product was made, and the fourth digit is the year. For example: 2653SS means the product was manufactured on the 265th day of 2003 (9/23/2003).

Series 1

Series 2

Series 3

Series 4

Series 5

Armory Series

Mini Sets


Halo 2 Series

Halo 2 action figures were produced by Joyride Studios as well, and were divided into 10 Series (without counting the mini-set or the exclusives). They are considerably different compared to the Halo 3 McFarlane figures. Like the toys from the first game, a four digit date code followed by 'SS' was stamped or embossed on the cardboard. The first three digits are the date the product was made, and the fourth digit is the year.

Series 1

Series 2

Series 3

Series 4

Series 5

Series 6

Series 7

Series 8

Series 10

Mini Sets


Halo 3

The Halo 3 Action Figures are produced exclusively by McFarlane Toys. These figures include new features such as Halo Points (which allow owners to trade the points for other Halo items) and removable armor.

They also have considerable differences from the toys produced by Joyride studios; they are considerably smaller, molded in a "6-inch" scale, and have more detailed sculpts, which is McFarlane's hallmark. They were released in fewer waves than the Joyride products, but each series included more figures.



Full Size

  • Mongoose with Spartan EOD (Cyan)
  • Mongoose with Spartan Mark V (Orange)
  • Mongoose with Spartan CQB (Crimson and Steel)




  • Joyride Product List Halo 1
  • Joyride Product List Halo 2
  • McFarlane Product List Halo 3
  • McFarlane Halo 3 Series 1 product information
  • McFarlane Halo 3 Series 2 product information
  • McFarlane Halo Points information
  • McFarlane Halo 3 Campaign information
  • McFarlane Halo 3 Series 3 Multiplayer information
  • McFarlane Halo 3 Official Site
  • McFarlane Halo 3 Grifball Spartan
  • 'Halo' Series 7 Photography Revealed

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From Lostpedia

The Lost action figures are officially-licensed merchandise created by McFarlane Toys. There are also several other types of Lost action figures (see sections below).

The figures are approximately 6 inches tall and have a recommended retail price of $15 to $20 USD. They each capture an episode-specific moment from the show, with a detailed base and photographic backdrop and also come with a life-sized detailed reproduction of a prop that is central to the character’s story, such as Kate's toy airplane. The realism of the action figures was achieved through both scanning the faces and videotaping the bodies of the actual Lost cast members. The backdrops are being dropped for the second series. (Lost: The Complete Third Season (DVD))

Despite being officially called "action figures", they are actually figurines that feature no articulation joints and are therefore frozen in a permanent pose, making them unable to be used for any kind of action "action" play.

The action figures and Todd McFarlane are featured in a bonus track, "Cast In Clay: The Toys of Todd McFarlane", on disc 7 of Lost: The Complete Third Season (DVD).

Other officially-licensed Lost action figures have been produced by Medicom and Sideshow Collectibles.



The McFarlane Toys Series 1, currently in stores (as of December 2007), consists of Jack, Kate, Locke, Hurley, Charlie, Shannon and box set of the opening of the Hatch. These first action figures were announced on May 23, 2006, and were released in November 2006, to coincide with the beginning of the broadcast of Season 3. [2]

Series 2, released in July 2007 [3] and currently in stores (as of December 2007), consists of Sawyer, Eko, Sun and Jin. The series originally also included Sayid, Desmond, and a crash site boxset, but were postponed and intended for series 3, before being canceled entirely.

Series 3 [4], was due to be released to coincide with Season 4 in early 2008 [5], and was set to include Sayid, Desmond, Claire and Ben, and a boxed set of the plane crash. However, due to poor sales of the previous series these figures were never released [source needed].

Other characters planned for future series included Michael, Walt, Boone, Ana Lucia, Libby and Ethan.[6]

Series 1

  • Release date: November 2006
  • Approximate retail price on the action figure line: $14.99 - $19.99 each

On May 24th, 2006, to celebrate the Season 2 finale, McFarlane Toys released a sneak preview of the Charlie Series 1 model. At the 2006 San Diego Comic-Con, McFarlane Toys unveiled the entire Lost Series 1 line.

On November 6, 2006, Jorge Garcia, Bryan Burk, and Todd McFarlane were on hand for an autograph event at the New York City Toys "R" Us store.[7]

The Hatch Boxed Set

The Hatch Deluxe boxed set replicates the opening of the outside of the Hatch as depicted in the Season 1 finale, and includes small scale figures of Locke, Kate, Jack and Hurley, a photographic background and a light feature.

  • Approximate retail price: $24.99 - $29.99



Stumbling through wreckage, as seen in "Pilot, Part 1"


"If we can't live together, we're going to die alone."
"Everybody wants me to be a leader, until I make a decision that they don't like."
"There's something that you need to know... We're going to have a Locke problem, and I have to know that you've got my back."



Hiding in a bamboo thicket as seen in "Pilot, Part 1"


"Jack!" (thunderclap and rain)
(Frightened) "One... Two... Three... Four... Five..."
"If you're thinking about going for the cockpit, I'm going with you."
"I only made out with him because torturing him didn't work."



Seen writing on his finger tapes as seen in "Pilot, Part 1"


(Singing) "You all, everybody... You all, everybody..."
"Guys... where are we?"
"You don't know me! I'm a bloody Rock God!"



Looking down at the Hatch, presumably from an episode such as "Whatever the Case May Be"


"I've looked into the eye of this island, and what I saw... was beautiful."
"Don't ever tell me what I can't do! Ever!"
"Do you want to know a secret?"



Sunbathes as seen in "Pilot, Part 2"


"What's a four-letter word for 'I don't care'?"
"The plane had a black box, idiot... I'll eat on the rescue boat."
"You want my information? Name: Shannon Rutherford. Age: 20. Address: Craphole Island."



Stands at golf course flag as seen in "Solitary"

Lottery ticket

"Dude... I'm starving... I'm nowhere near that hungry."
"Stop! Wait! The Numbers are bad!"
"Welcome, to the first... and hopefully last... Island Open."

Series 2



Standing on the raft, as seen in "Born to Run"


"There's a new sheriff in town, boys ... ya'll best get used to it."
"I'm a complex guy, sweetheart."
"There are nicer ways to wake a man up, Freckles."
"Fun time's over Bongo, why don't you go and hit the buffet?"



Standing, holding his stick

DHARMA Orientation Film Frame

"Go. And tell your friends that I let you live—that Mr. Eko let you live."
"I understand that you live in a world where rightousness and evil seem very far apart, but that is NOT the real world."
"Hello, I am Mr. Eko."



Standing at the beach in her bikini (with towel) as seen in "...In Translation"

Oceanic Flight 815 boarding pass sleeve

"Have you ever lied to a man that you loved?"
"I was going to leave you...I was going to get away."
"My wedding's gone!"
Speaking in Korean: "I'm not saying you should go alone. I'm coming with you."



Jin flees from the tail-enders after being captured under suspicion of being an Other as seen in "Adrift"


"Others! Others! Others Others!"
Speaking in Korean: "I can't talk to anyone. I can't understand them. I need you, Sun."
"Bahlie!"(Hurry in Korean)
"Everything's going to change."

Series 3

The third series was set to be released to coincide with the season 4 premier in January 2008. However poor sales of the second series resulted in the cancellation of the entire line and was announced on the McFarlane message boards. A petition has been started by the Spawn Message Board, (, to try and help persuade McFarlane Toys to release the third series.

The following four figures had been planned:


In "Cast In Clay: The Toys of Todd McFarlane", a special feature on the Season 3 DVDs a sketch was shown for the Sayid figure. It showed him with one of the three antennas used in The Moth. Sayid was originally scheduled for series 2.


The Desmond figure has him wearing a DHARMA suit and peeking out the Swan door. Desmond was originally scheduled for series 2.


The Claire figure would have also featured Aaron.

On the "Cast in Clay" featurette on the Season 3 DVD, you can spot a very quick glimpse of Claire at the end (or at least a concept drawing). She is standing with Aaron and to her right you can see the crib that Locke made for the baby.


The Ben figure was set to have him tied up in the Hatch.

Plane Crash

A miniature boxed set of the plane crash was also scheduled to be released with this set, much like the previous Hatch boxed set.

Other action figures

Highly Flammable Toys

In 2006, Highly Flammable Toys, a small company specializing in custom-made action figures made a figure of Leslie Arzt for the actor Daniel Roebuck. He approved of it, as did a Lost producer who also ordered one. It came with a plastic cover along with a backing card carrying a biography and the warning: "You may get some ARZT on you". The price for a custom-made action figure (as quoted on the company's website) is US$599.

Later as a joke, Highly Flammable Toys made a second Arzt action figure which consisted of red paint all over the box, representing Dr. Leslie Arzt blowing up in "Exodus, Part 1".

Sideshow Collectibles

In 2008, Sideshow Collectibles, a California-based designer toy and collectible studio, released a "highly-articulated" 12-inch Jack figure. Each figure comes with detailed replica clothing (made with real fabric), display base, and retails for US$99.

Medicom Lost Kubricks

The Kubrick Lost figures

Medicom released a series of "Kubricks" in August 2008. The first wave consists of Locke, Jack, Kate, Sawyer, Sayid, Charlie and Hurley, with two additive secrets chases in more limited edition Desmond and Ben. Furthermore there will be Kubrick/Be@rbrick two pack with an exclusive Jack Shephard in his Suit Kubrick and a Lost Be@rbrick. There will also be a 100% Lost Be@rbrick and a 400% all white DHARMA Swan Station Be@rbrick. [ More pictures]

Kubrick Lost series launch party announcement poster [1]

A release party for the figures was held at Meltdown comics in Los Angeles on November 19, 2008[8], and attending were the creators and writers of Lost: J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse, Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis, Elizabeth Sarnoff, Paul Zbyszewski, Melinda Hsu Taylor, Kyle Pennington, and Brian K. Vaughan. [9] A video about the evening was released on[10]

Unofficial series

After McFarlane Toys announced that the series would be canceled, a few fans got together and hired a sculptor to continue to produce figures in a limited run in the same size and style as the McFarlane ones. The first series will contain Juliet and Daniel, with the second series likely to consist of Desmond and Ben. The figures are unpainted and unpackaged to keep costs minimal and come with a simple base to pose them. They can be ordered from these forums.

Bif Bang Pow!

Action figures now cancelled by Bif Bang Pow!

In June 2009, it was announced that Bif Bang Pow!, a company already successful with making merchandise from films such as Flash Gordon and The Big Lebowski, had obtained rights to make action figures based on the series. [11] The first series, to be released in February 2010, includes two 2-packs: Jack & Kate, and Sawyer & Juliet. The first series has since been cancelled and replaced by two new series to be released in the summer. Pack 1 features Ben and Kate. Pack 2 contains Hurley and Locke. The reception of these 1970's/1980's style figures has been poor and will probably end up in the range being cancelled.

BifBangPow Pack 2 - Due Summer 2010

Bobble heads

Bif Bang Pow! also releases a line of bobble heads. The first being Benjamin Linus, based on his appearance in Season 5's '316'.

Bobble heads released by Bif Bang Pow!

External links

Jorge Garcia and Todd McFarlane
  • These characters are toying with us
  • Lost Series 1 - Photo Slideshow from Comic-Con 2006
  • 'everythingLOST Merchandise Store' - Unofficial Oceanic Airlines and Ajira Airways Replica Models
  • Toys "R" Us November 6 event
  • Unofficial Figure series website
  • links
    • Lost Series 1
    • Lost Series 2
    • May 23, 2006 press release for Lost Series 1
    • Feb 07 2007 press release for Lost Series 2
  • Lost Media Mentions - Gallery of the Meltdown launch in November 2008

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.


The title of this article is conjectural.

Although this article is based on canonical information, the actual name of this subject is pure conjecture.

Younglings of a number of species play with Clone Wars action figures.

Action figures were small toys in the shape of soldiers, droids, and a variety of other beings and objects. Children played with them.[1][2]

Action figures were made of a variety of subjects, including clone troopers, LAAT/is, B1 battle droids, super battle droids, spider droids, spider walkers, Hailfire droids, Vulture droids, Jedi,[2] and Mandalorians.[1]

As a child, Boba Fett played with a Mandalorian figure that looked like his father, with which he staged mock battles against the Trade Federation. He also owned figures of starships, which he played with Jango.[1] Younglings of many species battled with action figures of the soldiers and droids of the Clone Wars.[2]



Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Star Wars: Jango Fett
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Galactic Campaign Guide

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