Action Figure Line Size Comparisons

Meddatron

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Ever wonder how each action figure line scales to each other. Well this thread is where we will try to make that happen.

I chose Snake Eyes as my default GI Joe thinking most would have him or his mold in some form.

If anyone has any lines to add, please go right ahead. Just please put a Joe in for comparison with no stands. Myself or a staff member will add the picture to an earlier post and give credit to photographer.

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K-Tiger

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Dragon Action 18 paratrooper


F-86 driver (want to say Admiral Toys)


Unimax German


21st Century Toys 173rd Airborne (Platoon figures use the same body)


Treehouse Kids Duck Dynasty Si



More incoming.
 

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Takara Microman Ninjalady Shina


Chap Mei pirate


21st Century Toys 101st Airborne (Vietnam)


Marvel Universe Hercules


Indiana Jones Elsa Schneider


Bbi Police


More...
 

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Chap Mei EMS


McFarlane Play Makers


Play Along Spy Kids Carmen Cortez


Iron Man 2 War Machine


KB Toys endoskeleton (Robocop and Rambo were also in this line, maker unknown to me) EDIT: These were made by Toy Island
 
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Meddatron

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As most of you noticed, I have been on a civilian kick lately. I saw the Speed Racer figures and they made me go hmm. I knew they were only 3.5 inches tall but figured they could work for smaller people. The set I eyeballed was The Royalton, Spritle, and Chim Chim set. I wanted Spritle for sure as I have no kids. Royalton I figured could be a short person. Both work well for what I wanted. Spritle is perfect for a child in scale with Joes. Royalton's scale actually works well since he is a thick figure. Jacket is removable and about right for some Joes.
I am definitely buying a set with John Goodman now. The heads will work for Joes.


 

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That Royalton noggin would look good on one of the taller bucks.

But, like you said, he works as a short type.

Speakin' of civvies, I've been eyeing an old Applause vinyl Breathless Mahoney figure. Think she may work as a static, background gang moll for my Zap-headed gangster and another figure I've got on the bench.

Trying to track down this bitch, too:

http://www.figurerealm.com/actionfigure.php?FID=20710
 
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ShipShape1983

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That Royalton noggin would look good on one of the taller bucks.

But, like you said, he works as a short type.

Speakin' of civvies, I've been eyeing an old Applause vinyl Breathless Mahoney figure. Think she may work as a static, background gang moll for my Zap-headed gangster and another figure I've got on the bench.

Trying to track down this bitch, too:

http://www.figurerealm.com/actionfigure.php?FID=20710
nah, those Dick Tracy figs were like Ninja Turtles from back in the 90s.