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Old August 25 2011, 09:17 AM   #1
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Help Me Idendity these Action Figures

Can anybody identify these Action Figures for me?

I've already identified the girl with green hair (bottom right) as Morrigan Aensland from a video game.




1 - FIGURINE. No markings. Peg hole in one foot to put it on display. No moving pieces.

2 - ZELDA-LIKE PRINCESS. "1998 Benn Dunn". No peg holes. Outfit glows in the dark. Jewels broke off her armor. Something broke out of the slots in her back. She has skulls in her hair, so she's not Barbie.

3 - BLACK FIGURE. "Egmont Foundation 2000 AD, Re-Action Figures, China".

4 - WHITE FIGURE. No markings or peg holes. Looks like an old ToyBiz X-Men knock-off. I think she's a Nun.

5 - HILARY CLINTON. No markings or peg holes. I've seen these in ToyFair magazine 10 years ago, I think there were two sisters. Her sunglasses are missing, note the holes in her head where they went.

6 - SANDRA OH. 1997 Mirage Studios, Playmates. Peg holes.

7 - Anime Girl Model. Made up of pieces that snap together. Missing her arm. Bottom of her figure stand says "2006 ALcot".

8 - Morrigan Aensland - already identified. But more information is nice. Made up of lots of little pieces that snap together.
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Old August 25 2011, 10:15 AM   #2
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Re: Help Me Idendity these Action Figures

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Can anybody identify these Action Figures for me?
1 - FIGURINE. No markings. Peg hole in one foot to put it on display. No moving pieces.
That's Chun Li from Streetfighter, though in different colours than usual - she normally wears a blue top, not yellow. But the white double hair-ties, red trousers, the spiked wrist-cuffs, and white bovver bots are very distinctive!

#3 is Durham Red, a vampire character from the British comic 2000AD. There are couple of novels about her too.

#4 *might* be meant to be Ghost, a Dark Horse Comics character from the 90s - though if it is, she's missing her cloak and hood, and shouldn't have a gold cross logo blocking her cleavage. Looks like her otherwise, though - could be a knock-off or just an inaccurate figure.
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Old August 25 2011, 03:27 PM   #3
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Re: Help Me Idendity these Action Figures

Wow, thanks. You just ID'd half of them already.
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Old August 25 2011, 04:02 PM   #4
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#4 *might* be meant to be Ghost, a Dark Horse Comics character from the 90s - though if it is, she's missing her cloak and hood, and shouldn't have a gold cross logo blocking her cleavage. Looks like her otherwise, though - could be a knock-off or just an inaccurate figure.
Number 4 is a Warrior Nun Areala variant missing half her hood and long skirt.

Number 5 is Shotgun Mary minus her shades.
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Old August 25 2011, 05:12 PM   #5
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Number 4 is a Warrior Nun Areala variant missing half her hood and long skirt.
And in the wrong colours - her boots and bodice should be black, but yeah, it's her gauntlets. I still wonder if it's a copyright-defying knockoff, then...
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Old August 25 2011, 06:24 PM   #6
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Re: Help Me Idendity these Action Figures

No. It just came out when every action figure had multiple repaints that didn't fit the character.

http://www.figurerealm.com/actionfig...rriornunareala



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Old August 26 2011, 10:02 AM   #7
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OK, so I now have:

1 - Chun Li from Streetfighter.

2 - Lillith Demon Princess from Warrior Nun Areala.

3 - Durham Red from the British comic 2000AD.

4 - Areala the Warrior Nun (white version).

5 - Shotgun Mary.

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8 - Morrigan Aensland.

That leaves two left. Sandro Oh from Grey's Anatomy (I think it looks just like her) and the Anime model missing her arm, which may just be a generic figure, I don't know.
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