Toynami Thundarr the Barbarian Figure Review
Wednesday, May 9th, 2012 by Pixel Dan
In 2003, Toynami released a series of action figures based on the characters from the classics Hanna-Barbera cartoon Thundarr the Barbarian. I always wanted to pick these up, but missed out on them when they were initially released, and over the years the have become a little pricey on the secondary market.
I finally scored two of the three figures from this line (hopefully with the third to come soon!) So, I figured I should give them the video review treatment!
Kicking things off, here’s a look at the figure based on the title character: Thundarr the Barbarian!
Hi, you didn't review his "action feature". the handle of the sword can be attached to his left wrist, because of the magnet in the bracelet.
Yeah, I apparently totally missed that! I didn't realize at all this feature existed until I posted the video. Now everyone is telling me. LOL! D'oh…I screwed that one up!
Hey! It's one of those "dumbed down" Filmation He-Man figures people are always complaining about!
Lords of Light!!!!!
Love it, great figure.
To me this figure shows how cool a Filmation He- Man figure could be. I want more cartoony barbarians.
When this figure first came out, I remember seeing a lot of people talking about customizing this figure into a Filmation He-Man. I wonder if anyone ever did?
looks like a He-Man version of Mr. Garrison from South Park!^^ Gay Amore He-Man is the better name than Thundarr.^^
I admit, I loved Thundarr. Because of you and this video, I now know about the toys and just ordered them.
Sadly just two weeks ago Mckay's books had all three figures for about $6.95 a piece. There gone now.