Height: 6 7/8ths inches
Articulation: Lateral ankle rockers, hinged ankles, boot swivels, double hinged knees, swivel thighs, ball jointed hips, swivel waist, mid-torso hinge, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel biceps, hinged elbows, swivel/hinge wrists, and a ball jointed head.
Accessories: Vest, 2 breakable cinder blocks, and the 2014 Money in the Bank briefcase.
Non-Scalper Price: $20
* Mattel's WWE Elite Collection is without a doubt one of the best lines on the market today when it comes to action figures with great articulation and above average durability. These things can take a lot of punishment and yet still feature all of the articulation you could expect on a $20 figure. In a competition for best mass market line out right now, I'd be stuck between these and Hasbro's Star Wars Black.
*One of the best things about the WWE Elite figures is that they really strive for accuracy when it comes to capturing tattoos. While the burning page tattoo on Seth's wrist is covered up by his gloves, the seven principles of Bushido are very clear on his back: Integrity, Respect, Courage, Honor, Compassion, Honesty, and Loyalty. Interestingly, hustle is not listed. I guess the Samurai left that one off.
* Seth looks pretty good here. His hair is loose here but not all crazy and puffy so perhaps he's still in the middle of cutting a promo. He uses a slim but still very muscular frame. The blonde in his hair might be off a bit but it still gets the point across. The logo on his pants is also neat and clean with the Seth Rollins "SR" logo.
* Since Mr. Money in the Bank carries the briefcase everywhere it only makes sense that Rollins has his with him. It's a pretty accurate looking briefcase (if a little too large) and it actually opens. The clasp actually has hinges and thus you can open and close it over and over again.
* While the WWE might want to erase the curb stomp from memory (and all archival footage), Mattel remembers! Seth Rollins comes with two cinder blocks that can be used when he's curb stomping his opponents. Reenact Seth's assault on Dean Ambrose! These bricks are cool as they do have a nice texture to them and easily split in half. I always love breakable stuff like this! Seth really does come with a nice assortment of accessories!
* Seth's vest is removable and to replicate it's armored look it is made out if a rubbery plastic. The sculpt isn't bad although it looks like it could be just a bit oversized. Not comically oversized or anything but definitely a bit large in some places. It's also really frustrating to get it back on properly.
I've reviewed a few other WWE Elite Collection figures, including:
Hulk Hogan (Series 34)
Luke Harper (Series 35)
Randy Orton (Series 35)
WWE Elite: Wrestlemania XXX by Mattel