Alice Cooper Joins Super7’s ReAction Figure Line

No more Mr. Nice Guy! No more Mr. Clean! He used to be such a sweet, sweet thing. Now he’s just obscene. The leather-clad Godfather of Shock Rock is getting a brand new action figure!
Super7‘s line of ReAction figures continues to grow and incorporate new faces. Today we learned that Alice Cooper is joining the retro-inspired 3.75″ toy line. However, Cooper isn’t making his debut on any standard blister card. No, no. Alice will arrive on a custom One Billion Dollar note-themed card!


Super7 is honored to add rock music legend Alice Cooper to the ReAction Figures World! This debut release is packaged on a special cardback inspired by his legendary 1973 Billion Dollar Babies album. The Billion Dollar Babies Alice ReAction Figure features metallic paint accents and comes with a microphone and his infamous pet snake as accessories

These sorts of days of rock may be long gone, but thankfully footage of Alice’s early touring days still exists. Check out the video below for his Billion Dollar Babies tour.

Alice Cooper is not Super7’s only music-based action figure. While the ReAction line is known for movie characters, the toy company has also produced several figures from the music industry. These include members of Ghost, Grandmaster Flash, the members of RUN DMC, Motorhead’s Lemmy, and more. Click here to check out Super7’s entire catalog of music ReAction figures.
Alice Cooper is no stranger to the action figure market. Over the years, there have been quite a few different releases. However, my favorite will always be the McFarlane Toys version from 2000. This was a time when McFarlane was producing a lot of diorama figures. Alice came with a guillotine stage, a severed head, and many accessories.
It wasn’t so much a toy but a large display piece.

Let us know what you think about the ReAction figure of Alice Cooper in the comments section below.
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Mike Phalin
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