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Wednesday, October 25, 2017
The Curse of 31 Days of Toy Terror: Pumpkin King #233 from The Nightmare Before Christmas Dorbz by Funko
Height: 2 7/8ths inches
Articulation: Swivel head
Non-Scalper Price: $10 dollars
Year of Release: 2016
* Of course I love the character design of the Pumpkin King's head but I really love how Funko translated this into the Dorbz style. The pumpkin's ribs are actually textured and the stem is very prominent. The face is excellent and I love the presence of the green "eyes" within the Jack o' Lantern eyes. Excellent!
* Not only is the stylized sculpt impressive but the open mouth and eyes of the pumpkin are actually recessed, giving the figure a much cooler vibe.
* Dorbz have a very basic body but the printing on Jack's shirt and pants look great. Very neat and clean.
* I love that Jack is holding a torch in his right hand. The flame is molded from translucent plastic and looks really cool.
because of course I do) and a Batman that someone bought me, but otherwise I've pretty much avoided Dorbz. This guy, however, is excellent. He's a Great minifigure with a rather impressive headsculpt, some very neat, clean paintwork, and a nice "accessory in the torch (it's not removable, but it does accessorize the figure, right?). If you need a little version of the Pumpkin King for your desk or shelf to help keep you in the Halloween Spirit, you certainly could do worse than picking up this little guy. I'm glad I did!
I've reviewed a few Jack Skellington toys and action figures on here, including the ReAction standard Jack Skellington (Evil Smile), Santa Jack, and Pumpkin King Jack, and the Funko POP! Pumpkin King.
If you're looking for more Dorbz, the only other one I've reviewed is Batgirl.