|"Jack Nicholson is..Werewolf Biker"|
Height: 3 3/4ths inches
Articulation: Swivel hips, swivel shoulders, and a swivel head.
Accessories: Pool cue.
Non-Scalper Price: $15 dollars
|"Jeff Goldblum is...Werewolf Biker"|
* Nobody can accuse Super7 of false advertising as this figure is exactly what you expect: A werewolf who is also a biker. He's got brown furry fur, just like a werewolf, and traditional biker clothes. Decked out in leather boots, tight jeans, and a leather the Werewolf Biker is either ready to raise some hell or join a Village People reunion. In fact, I like to imagine that both of those things happened in Werewolf Biker 4: San Francisco Savage!
|"Ron Perlman is... Werewolf Biker"|
* The portrait is pretty solid, too, and really captures the wild eyed fury of the character! Check out what big ears he has! And what a big nose he has! And what big teeth he has!
|Danny Trejo is... Werewolf Biker!|
* The fingerless leather gloves complete the look perfectly, offering you a figure that is 50% Werewolf, 50% Biker, and & 100% red blooded American. That actually comes from the Reagan era fan favorite installment Werewolf Biker 6: Full Moon Over Moscow.
|" Wesley Snipes is... Werewolf Biker"|
* If you've ever picked up a retro figure like this, you know what to expect: 5 points of articulation and all swivel joints. He feels quite well made and sturdy and definitely of a better quality than some of the earlier Funko ReAction figures that Funko put out. Super7 has been very consistent in the quality of their ReAction lines.
* Werewolf Biker includes the pool cue that he carried in the sequel to the original film, Werewolf Biker 2: A Fistful of Fur. The pool cue was used in three iconic scenes: Werewolf Biker's street fight with the Japanese Vampire Yakuza gang, the scene where Werewolf Biker tosses it like a javelin at the gasoline factory, causing a huge explosion, and when he wins the international pool tournament to save the Brooklyn Orphanage.
|Humphrey Bogart is... Werewolf Biker|
* The packaging uses the original art that Ed Repka, a prominent illustrator of album covers, created for the original film. I've always had this poster on my room ever since seeing the films on bootleg Betamax tapes in middle school and seeing it on an action figure cardback is just magical.
* The only negative is that Super7 went too specific with this accessory. I think they were trying to capture a scene from the episode of Alf where the Werewolf Biker guest starred. In the scene the Werewolf Biker discovers that a cat has been chewing on his pool cue, to which Alf comments: "Maybe it's interested in a second life as a shishikab."
|Jennifer Lawrence is... Werewolf Biker|
This is the first Werewolf Biker figure I've ever reviewed. For more figures from The Worst, check out the following:
The Worst by Super7 (2016)
Batula (Midnight Special)
Black Falcon (Midnight Special)
Gas Phantom (Midnight Special)
Robot Reaper (Midnight Special)
Snake Tut (Midnight Special)
X-2 (The Unknown) (Midnight Special)