Faboo! Super7’s Animaniacs ReAction Figures Are Here!

It’s time for Animaniacs!

Super7 plans to bring more Animaniacs toys to the market, now with a line of retro-styled ReAction Figures. Wave 1 is comprised of exactly who you’d expect: Yakko, Wakko, Dot, and Dr. Scratchansniff. Sadly, there’s no Hello Nurse in this initial offering. I’m sure she’ll show up next time, and hopefully. Maybe Minerva Mink, too, to satisfy the furries out there.

None of the figures come with accessories. No baloney, no frying pans, no gags whatsoever. That sucks since Super7 asks $20 each for these 3.75″ action figures. Come to think of it, weren’t the Animaniacs Ultimates figures supposed to launch late last year? What happened to this?

I’m hoping Super7 will add Freakazoid in a future wave as a “guest” star.

Photo Credit: Super7
Photo Credit: Super7

“They’ve been released from the water tower on the Warner Bros. Studio lot, and they’re headed to the Super7 ReAction Figure lineup!

Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs aired initially from 1993 to 1998. Much like Tiny Toons before it, the show focused on several different characters, often giving side characters large sections of episodes. Such was the case with Pinky and The Brain, which eventually spun off into its own show. Animaniacs was revived in 2020 for two seasons on Hulu. The third season, the series finale will premiere on February 17th this year.

Even though Animaniacs succeeded in the ’90s, the IP wasn’t a merchandising powerhouse. Aside from the everyday items like plushes and t-shirts, there were very few toys. McDonald’s released several Happy Meal toys in 1994 and 1995. In recent years, we’ve seen the adult collectibles scene occasionally produce Warner Siblings figures. These included more plushies and, of course, Funko Pops.

Did Warner Bros. miss out during the ’90s when it came to the Animaniacs license? Is it too little too late in 2023? Let us know below.

[Source: Super7]

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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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