Height: 4 inches
Articulation: Swivel head.
Non-Scalper Price: $11 dollars
* I won't show off the boxes for all of these but I did want to show off the packaging that has the POP! Retro Toys logo on top.
* Grizzlor looks fantastic! Like most other POP! vinyls he has a swivel head so you can augment his pose a little bit. He standing in a fairly neutral pose although his arms are held out a bit which adds a bit more expression when you turn his head either left or right.
* Funko did a great job on Grizzlor's paint and fur! While there is an exclusive flocked Grizzlor (I've got him and a review is coming!) the sculpting on the figure still captures the look of the wild, woolly fur of the vintage toy.
* The headsculpt is excellent, too. You've got some seriously sinister eyes, a pronounced brow, some fiendish fangs, and, of course, his wild hair. There was a reason why folks told campfire stories about how terrifying Grizzlor was!
* On the pack of the figure you can see the clasps of his Horde armor, covered with fur. This is another detail captured perfectly from the vintage toy and I love it!
* Grizzlor is definitely sporting his Horde pride! He's got a Horde emblem on his chest, an armband on his left bicep, and the Horde emblem on his boots. He might be an evil space vampire demon wizard guy but Hordak sure does know how to brand, doesn't he?
* While I've never loved the vintage crossbows for the Horde members (they're boring accessories) I won't fault an updated toy for reusing the concept since it's kind of what we expect. Grizzlor's crossbow is a green, one-eyed monster and Funko really rendered it nicely here!
If you're a Grizzlor groupie then check out the alternate 200X Grizzlor head from the Heads of Eternia pack, the ReAction Grizzlor, Grizzlor (Dark Variant), and Grizzlor (Toy Variant), the Grizzlor minifigure from the M.U.S.C.L.E. Trash Can Wave 4 (Slime), and the Club Grayskull Grizzlor.
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