If Frankenstein’s Monster isn’t your idea of the perfect Saint Valentine’s Day gift, maybe Charlie Brown is a better choice. Super7’s latest ReAction figure is another holiday-centric classic character. Charles Schulz’s iconic bald punching bag certainly doesn’t look happy to be encased in a Valentine’s Day-themed blister pack. However, if you have a Peanuts fan in your life, this would be a great gift.
The I Hate Valentine’s Day Charlie Brown action figure stands 3.75″ tall and is limited to five points of articulation. He can be picked up for $25 right now.
While I’d usually point out that this figure is a re-release of a previous Super7 Charlie Brown, he actually looks different. The head shape appears to be different, and … that’s it. The one picture Super7 has of the physical product looks a bit too shiny. Hopefully, this is fixed when the blockhead ships.
“Inspired by the 1975 television special Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown, this 3.75″ articulated Peanuts ReAction Figure of “I Hate Valentine’s Day” Charlie Brown depicts him experiencing the turbulent emotions of the day.”
Super7’s ReAction Peanuts figures haven’t been as prevalent as the G.I. Joe line, but they’re still endearing. It’s unfortunate that most of the toys are various versions of Snoopy.
Honestly, I think the Peanuts series is one of Super7’s best because they’re not trying to recreate the 3.75″ gimmick. Instead, each action figure looks like the comic strip’s version. The series even gave us OG Charlie Brown before he got the redesign we’re all familiar with today.
What are your thoughts on the various Peanuts collectibles that have recently made their way to the market? Are there certain characters you’d like to see Super7 make? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.[Source: Super7]
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