Non-Scalper Price: $34 dollars
* I don't have any of the newer D&D figures but I did have Indiana Jones nearby and he looks to be about the same size as those figures, so he's volunteering to be our test subject. Indy is 6 1/8ths inches and the cube is 7 3/8ths inches tall. It's a fair sized piece, simply built from six panels molded in a see-through bluish plastic.
* Here's the cube with all of the included accessories attached. All of the accessories are removable and some can function fairly well as accessories on their own. Others are really just meant to be decorative pieces of the cube. The plastic is just solid plastic, nothing squishy or gelatinous about it, but it does have a sculpted texture to it that makes it look like a solid cube of gelatinous material.
* The top of the cube easily pops off, allowing you to place figures and objects inside. The claw rotates, allowing you to pose a figure inside as if they're suspended in the middle of the cube. There's also a hole, hidden by the silver shield piece, so a figure can stick their hand out.
* Here's a look at Indiana Jones trapped in the gelatinous cube. It's a cool effect. Not perfect, but still kind of neat.
* All of the accessories on the cube are removable and some of them can actually function as useful accessories. They all have a hole on the reverse side for attaching to the plug(s) on the cube. First up is a pretty nice bearded axe with some ornate detailing in the blade and on the handle.
* Next up is a Bag of Holding. You can't really stick all of your goodies inside of here but the paintjob on the front is really nice and it's pliable enough to put this on a figure. It doesn't fit perfectly, but it's still a cool extras. One of the better ones in the set, really.
* Too bad that all of these pieces are rather flat, intended to just be stuck on the outside of the cube with little use as accessories.
Looking for more of the Gelatinous Cube? I've also reviewed the Funko POP! Gelatinous Cube #576.