Sunday, September 7, 2014


This gallery post is for those of you who like to display action figures from different franchises together . Want to display your Marvel Legends next to your DC Universe Classics ? Or vice versa? I sometimes mix and match my collection myself. The only problem with this standard of toy collecting is that this method only looks right when the figures are in the same height scale . It just does not look right displaying eight inch action figures next to five inch figures, etc . This post is to give you an idea of what figures from different lines look okay standing next to each other . ( NOTE ) I know a lot of you out there already have most if not all of the figures displayed below, however this post will come in handy for new collectors of any of these toy lines .

First three pics are a mixture of DCU Classics and Marvel Legends .

These last two pics are of WWE Mattel and Marvel Legends. ( NOTE ) The action figures in these two lines vary in height depending on the characters, however they are in the same six inch height scale . The following shots below include comparison shots of figures from the following lines, Marvel Legends, MOTU 2k , MOTU Classics, Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Angel , DC Direct and Heroes.

As you can see it looks like the Doc Sampson figure is taller than both of the He-Man versions . More from various lines in the pics below.

Well that's it for now. As you can see, two of the hottest video game franchises in the 1990s, Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter, have action figures that blend in well together scale wise. Courtesy of the companies Sota Toys and Jazwares , respectively . Also as you can see this post is comparing the height and size of figures from different franchises that are in the six inch scale. In the future there will be comparison shots of figures from different lines in other scales as well . Even tough this post is mainly meant for newbies in the action figure collecting community, I hope you old school collectors out there enjoyed this post as well .


  1. Is that a DC Direct The Question action figure i see there?

  2. Yes that is indeed him, The Question in his civilian guise .