Toyland: Stranger Things Figures

Experience Stranger Things 2 with your very own set of collectable figures from McFarlane Toys.

Abducted from her mother at a young age and raised in a laboratory, “Eleven” has psychokinetic powers that prove to be an immense help in the search for Will Byers, as well as, battling the scientists that are stopping at nothing to retrieve her, and place her back in the lab.

Product Features

  • 7 inches (17.70cm)
  • Made of plastic
  • Spectacular likeness for Eleven sculpted from images of actress Millie Bobby Brown
  • Figure is featured in dress and jacket outfit worn by Eleven in Stranger Things
  • Designed with 12+ points of articulation for dynamic posing
  • Figure features a stylized Stranger Things branded display base
  • Showcased in retro themed packaging

Box Contents

  • Eleven figure
  • Figure base
  • Blonde wig
  • Radio
  • Waffle

 

Stranger Things Eleven Figure – $17.99 – November 2017

From the critically acclaimed Netflix series Stranger Things, this figure of Dustin features him wearing one of his iconic t-shirts and a red white and blue trucker hat. With his classic lines and lovable demeanor, Dustin is always there to support his best friends no matter how strange their adventures get.

Product Features

  • 7 inch (17.80cm) scale
  • Made of plastic
  • Spectacular likeness of Dustin sculpted from images of actor Gaten Matarazzo
  • Designed with 12+ points of articulation for dynamic posing
  • Stylized Stranger Things branded disc display base
  • Features retro themed packaging

Box Contents

  • Dustin figure
  • Display base
  • Backpack
  • Compass
  • Radio
  • Flashlight
  • Interchangeable hands

Stranger Things Dustin Figure – $17.99 – November 2017

As Chief of Police in small Hawkins, Indiana Jim Hopper’s days are usually pretty quiet, however, the disappearance of Will Byers turned the Chief’s life upside down, forcing him to utilize resources and conduct an investigation unlike any he has ever encountered before.

Product Features

  • 7 inches (17.80cm)
  • Made of plastic
  • Spectacular likeness for Chief Hopper sculpted from images of actor David Harbour
  • Figure is featured in sheriff’s outfit worn by Chief Hopper in Stranger Things
  • Designed with 12+ points of articulation for dynamic posing
  • Figure features a stylized Stranger Things branded display base
  • Showcased in retro themed packaging

Box Contents

  • Chief Hopper figure
  • Figure base
  • Hat
  • Pistol
  • Coffee mug

 

Stranger Things Hopper Figure – $17.99 – November 2017

From the critically acclaimed Netflix series Stranger Things, this figure features the monster nicknamed the Demogorgon in the “kill pose” with its mouth open and teeth showing. Existing primarily in a parallel universe known as the Upside Down, it travels between two worlds wreaking havoc in its own world as well as in the town of Hawkins, Indiana.

Product Features

  • 10 inch (25.40cm) scale
  • Made of plastic
  • Designed with 14+ points of articulation for dynamic posing
  • Stylized Stranger Things branded disc display base
  • Showcased in deluxe box packaging

Box Contents

  • Demogorgon figure
  • Display base

 

Stranger Things Demogorgon Figure – $32.99 – November 2017

via McFarlane Toys

  • piglette

    Hey Waupaca is a nice town with a very beautiful state park. 👍

  • PrehistoricUF0

    Nice figurines. McFarlane has always produced top notch stuff.

  • af

    I love Stranger Things, but I honestly can’t understand who would buy these figures. I’m not the target for this kind of collectible figures, but I can understand why someone would buy a Stormtrooper or a Jedi or Wonder Woman or whatever. But generic looking people? (Yes, I know and like all these characters from Stranger Things, but their toys look like random people with nothing particularly cool looking. It’s like collecting slightly more realistic looking Barbie dolls).

    The only exception is the Demogorgon, but its look was (in my opinion) the weakest part of Stranger Things.

    • Rahl

      Many people will try to collect as much and as varied merchandise as they can for their favorite things. No matter how niche and obscure the references.

      If you can understand people buying Stormtroopers, or super heroes, you understand this too. Its the same feeling, just for a different visual style. But even then, people can take that pretty far.

      There are people that try to collect ever variation of Empire Trooper there is, from speeder drivers and AT-AT gunners to those engineers that fired the Death Star. From as many different sculptors, toy companies, and merchandise outlets as they can afford.

      Do the majority of people know all the differences between the regular soldiers, the officers, and the different jobs they fill? or all the hundreds of superheroes, sidekicks, and villains? No, and it doesn’t matter to the collectors: They know.

      Hell, people collect dolls like the American Girl line and yes, even Barbie Dolls, which often have no connection to any franchise properties. Or just themed knickknacks: my mother is certainly fond of wolf statuettes, and my grandmother likes tea spoons from various tourist destinations she’s been. We all have our collections.

      People can and will collect anything and everything.

      • af

        Just to clarify: I didn’t mean “I can’t understand it because it’s a niche”. Stranger Things is arguably very popular right now. I meant the toy itself is unremarkable; you’re essentially collecting the toys of a little girl and boy (awkward!) and of an overweight sheriff. With the likeness of some actors who may or may not be forgotten in a few years. Imagine if your kid was an actor and someone somewhere had a toy figurine of him/her, looking more or less like he/she looks in real life, nothing particularly “collectible” about the look. Doesn’t it seem odd to you?

        For the record, I find “collecting figurines with the likeness of actors” slightly less awkward, but awkward nonetheless.

        • Rahl

          I don’t “get” the aesthetic either. Personally, I like monsters, aliens, robots, mechs, etc. If its a human, full armor with helm or mask, things reducing their humanity.

          But I don’t find it any more unusual that people would like human figures than it is for me to like inhuman ones.

    • Ryan Miller

      You say this on a website dedicated to collectors…

      • af

        I’ve no problem with collectors. I am one myself! I have a problem with these particular figures. I don’t understand who would buy them.

  • SonoftheMountain

    the hip joints on Hopper look really weird

  • NNextremNN

    Ok I don’t watch this show so I ask is Eleven boy in a dress?