Mad Monsters. Terrific original designs and they glowed in the dark. Stuff that glows in the dark is total win. Seriously, that's epic. More monsters would have added to the fun but when you have the big four (Drac, Mummy, Frank and Wolfie) you are good to go. They also make good WGSH villains.
Now, the knights look great but they lack play value. King Arthur without Merlin is boring. There's also no Morgan Le Fay or Guinevere. No princess to rescue. No castle to defend or attack. No Dragons or Ray Harryhausen style skeletons to fight. They have jousting gear but can't even use it because the horses are so insane rare only a few are known to exist. A real missed opportunity and just not a lot of fun for kids.
The Robin Hood figures also look pretty nice. But, Robin Hood without Maid Marian!? What's the point.
Lastly, do the Knights, Pirates, Robin Hood or Western figures glow in the dark? No, no they do not. I rest my case.
Last edited by Werewolf; May 9, '12 at 5:11 PM.
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