Kenner's PREDATOR (1996)
Back when action figure creativity ran wild...
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Collectors today just don't know how good they have it. Take these old Predator action figures from Kenner. Before modern advances in action figure sculpting, articulation and paint apps, THIS is what collectors collected. However, while stiff and far from realistic, these Predator figures were fun and imaginative; Kenner taking extreme creative liberties with the license. How cool would it be for a toy company today to run wild with a hot license like Predator by just making some warriors up? Would the license holder even allow it? Perhaps modern day collectors don't have it all...
Re: Kenner's PREDATOR
I loved Scavage, but Stalker was probably my toy of the year that year. A glow in the dark predator with a missile launcher. I mean, come ON