Each of the figures were available individually, except for Lock, Shock and Barrel, who were released as a three pack along with the masks they were seen with in the movie but unfortunately without their bathtub!
The sculpting on these figures, particularly when compared with many of Hasbro’s other figures, was very good and were pretty accurate to the characters in the movie.
Each figure also had its own unique accessory from the movie, which was a nice touch as well as a display stand and they were reasonably well articulated, compared to most figures released in the 90’s.
Bearing in mind that these figures were released in the mid 90’s when action figures were still regarded more as a toy for kids than as a collectors item or for adults, they came and went fairly quickly.
A matter of note and something to watch out for however, is that NECA re-released these some years later in almost identical packaging but labelled as “Limited Edition”.
PLEASE NOTE: All prices and values quoted on this site were correct at the time of publication based on the average value across several online and offline auction sites etc. The prices quoted ARE NOT an offer or solicitation to buy any figures at these prices.
The following websites, magazines and books are some of the sources I have used to research the material on this site as well as many of the images etc: Wikipedia | MegoMuseum | FigureRealm | RebbleScum | Mego Action Figure Toys by John Bonavita | Toyfare Magazine | Official Price Guide to Action Figures by Stuart W. Wells III and Jim Main
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