A Wedding! Corpse Bride ReAction Figures Are Here!

Time Burton’s Corpse Bride is joining Super7’s line of retro-inspired ReAction figures! The initial wave of figures includes Emily, Victor, and General Wellington. Since the film featured a memorable cast of unique characters, we could be seeing several waves of characters to come, much like the Nightmare Before Christmas collection.

Each figure is styled after action figures from the late ’70s and 1980s. This means they typically have five points of articulation, but Super7 is not stylizing these three as much. Instead of looking vaguely like the on-screen counterparts, the artists at Super7 have made these ReAction figures nearly identical to the stop motion puppets of the film. Had I not been told, I would not have known these were part of the ReAction line.

Each figure is priced at $20 and appears to be available now.


Betrayed on her wedding night years ago, Emily may have finally found an end to her torment when Victor accidentally marries her while practicing his nuptials! This 3.75” scale articulated  Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride ReAction Figure of the Corpse Bride herself, Emily, features tattered wedding dress detail and comes with a bridal flower bouquet accessory.


Through a grave misunderstanding, Victor Van Dort inadvertently marries Emily, the Corpse Bride, and ends up in the Land of the Dead! This 3.75” scale articulated Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride ReAction Figure of Victor Van Dort features tuxedo suit detail and comes with the skeleton of Scraps, his deceased dog. 


Not even a cannonball-sized hole in his chest can stop General Wellington from keeping a stiff upper lip (if he had lips, that is). This 3.75” scale articulated Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride ReAction Figure of General Wellington highlights his eccentric skeletal appearance and includes mug and bottle accessories.

Which characters from the film do you want to see in the next wave? Let us know below!

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Mike Phalin
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Longtime problematic entertainment journalist. The former workhorse for Dread Central, ScienceFiction.com, and Fanbolt.

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