Height: 6 1/4 inches
Articulation: Hinged ankles, hinged knees, swivel thighs, H-hinged hips, swivel waist, mid-torso hinge, swivel/hinge shoulders, bicep swivels, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel wrists, and a ball-jointed head.
Accessories: Pistol, knife, assault rifle, and a grenade launcher.
Non-Scalper Price: $20 dollars
* I'm going to talk about the articulation on this figure in a minute (spoiler: It's not great) but I do want to give some props to the figure due to the fact that Rick can take a fairly natural two handed firing pose with either weapon he comes with. I'm digging that he can do that and he looks much better displayed like this!
* Looking at pictures of Kinnaman, I think this is a pretty good likeness. Not perfect and certainly not up to the quality I'd expect from a company like NECA or DC Collectibles but, for a Mattel mass market release, it's a good likeness that does a nice job of capturing the character. The paint work is pretty neat on the facial hair, too.
*There's a nice amount of detail on this figure, particularly on Flag's tactical vest. It's a separate, non-removable piece that fits snugly over his torso. The sculpt is a bit soft but it works for the figure. You can also see that it has a holster for the pistol on his right hip and a sheathe for the knife on his left breast. That's awesome.
* To help Rick always have some weapons at hand he comes with a small pistol and a knife. The pistol is simply molded in black plastic but the knife does have a brown paint application on the handle. They're cool little accessories and definitely seem like something Flag would carry. Also, he can stow both of them as just mentioned.
*Rick's arsenal is pretty wicked. He comes with the Heckler & Koch HK416 he's carrying on most of the promo pictures (the modifications on the weapon seem to really accurately match up with the film prop) and a massive grenade launcher that kind of looks like a Sage Control GL6 Rotary launcher. Both weapons have a decent amount of detail and manage to be far less rubbery than I expected. They're pretty decent accessories, really.
* The articulation on Rick Flag is quite a bit stiffer than on most other DC Comics Multiverse figures. He feels sturdy enough but there's not that many great poses you can out him in. As mentioned above you can have him hold his rifle with both hands, but that's about it. His elbows, ankles, knees, hips, and head all have a really limited amount of movement.
I haven't reviewed any other figures of Rick Flag (I'm actually pretty sure this is the first action figure he's ever received) but I have reviewed plenty of other figures from Mattel's DC Comics Multiverse line, including:
DC Comics Multiverse (6 inches) by Mattel (2016)
Batman from Zero Year
Earth 23 Superman
The Joker from Batman: Endgame
Reverse Flash (The Flash TV Series)
DC Comics Multiverse: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns by Mattel (2016)
Son of Batman
DC Comics Multiverse: Batman v. Superman by Mattel (2016)
Batman's Grapnel Blaster (Collect & Connect accessory)
DC Comics Multiverse: Suicide Squad by Mattel (2016)
Harley Quinn (12 inch)
The Joker (Toys R Us Exclusive)