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McFarlane Toys Action Figures

Todd McFarlane founded McFarlane Toys in 1994. Based in America, McFarlane Toys is a large manufacturer of action figures . The company produces high quality, detailed, collectable toys and a wide range of officially licensed products based on popular media franchises. McFarlane Toys action figures are suitable for fans of all kinds of TV shows and action figure characters, as well as collectors of merchandise or toys.

Action figures based on TV shows, films and games

McFarlane have made action figures based on a wide variety of hugely popular TV, film and games series. There are figures from The Walking Dead such as Michonne, Carl Grimes, Rick Grimes, Travis Manawa, Abraham Ford, Daryl Dixon and many others.

Assassin's Creed is brought to life through action figures of Jacob Frye, Connor, Ezio, Arno and other central characters from the stealth based series. Everybody's favourite Halo characters have their own figures too including Master Chief and Spartan Buck. There are also various Spawn action figures to choose from, Spawn being Todd McFarlane's own character.

With these and many other officially licensed action figures to see, there is bound to be something to suit everyone.

Accessories from every series or franchise

McFarlane action figures also often come with included accessories suited to the individual characters and the series or franchise on which the figures are based. Whether it is a Walking Dead action figure with a revolver and a rifle, or an Assassin's Creed figure with secret hidden weapons, there are multiple types of weapons and accessories to equip the various characters with.

Various sizes for every display need

McFarlane Toys have made their action figures in a variety of sizes, so whatever your preferred size is, there are figures that will match that requirement. 10 inch tall figures, 7 inch figures and a range of other sizes are all available, depending on the specific series, franchise and character selected.

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