Disney Store Exclusive Pixar Toy Box Incredibles 2 – Dash Figure Review

Disney Store Exclusive Pixar Toy Box Incredibles 2 – Dash Figure Review

 

The Disney Store is now offering their exclusive Pixar Toy Box Incredibles 2 – Dash Figure, which includes both Edna and Jack-Jack, and is listed for $12.95. Dash joins Violet, Mr. Incredible and Eastigirl, which we previously reviewed.

The Toy Box figures are based on the Disney: Infinity game designs, and are re-engineered and articulated. In the game, franchises could interact throughout all of Disney’s properties such as Marvel, Star Wars and Disney/Pixar characters. Fans of that game can now collect highly detailed and articulated figures based on those designs.

Recently, the Disney Store announced that this line is expanding to oversized characters including The Hulkbuster, as well as vehicles such as a car for Spider-Man, a TIE Fighter with TIE Pilot from Star Wars, and Han Solo and Chewbacca with the Millennium Falcon. These new updates include Frozone from Incredibles, a Toy Story 4 pack, a new Hulk figure, Thanos, Grey Hulk, Yoda, Ralph and Vanellope from Wreck It Ralph, and Baymax and Hiro from Big Hero 6. Additional characters have yet to be confirmed.

Thank you to Disney and The Disney Store for providing their Exclusive Pixar Toy Box Incredibles 2Dash figure for review. 

Availability: June 2018

These Incredibles figures are incredible themselves, and Disney is offering Mr. Incredible and Mrs. Incredible (Elastigirl), both reviewed HERE, along with Voilet, reviewed HERE, and each comes with different versions of Jack Jack. If you’ve been a fan of the Incredibles since the first film launched in 2004 in theaters, you will be aware that no one has made figures like these before, and fans looking to buy some movie accurate figures that are highly detailed and articulation will be more than happy with these new Pixar Toy Box figures that the Disney Store is now carrying.

Since 2004, we’ve been waiting for figures such as these as we were fans of the original film and even the original toyline that Hasbro offered weren’t up to our standards. At the time, the market was finding itself and not too many companies were making highly detailed and articulated figures like these, and we are happy to see the industry finally find itself and offer something like this for the Incredibles.

 

 

Dash is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Incredible, and the brother of Violet and Jack Jack. This figure makes a great representation of the character, as he is re-enginerred from his appearance in Disney Infinity video game and Incredibles 2. Dash stands at 3 1/2″ tall and is thin and lean as seen in the film. His head sculpt has a black mask over the eyes that are beveled into the sculpt, and his blonde hair is combed to stick out in the front and back. His facial details are nicely done with a closed mouth with a grin, and he has blue eyes with black pupils. He is painted in his Incredibles superhero outfit that is painted in red and black, with the Incredibles logo on his chest. Above his shorts is an orange belt that matches the orange used in the logo. Dash has the superpower of lightening speeds, so his legs are articulated to give him running poses including ball hinged hips, swivel-hinged knees, and hinged ankles. Some of these poses make him fall over as the legs are thin and short, and trying to hold up a bulkier body requires some careful posing. He also has articulation that includes a ball jointed head, ball hinged shoulders, swivel-hinged elbows, swivel-hinged wrists, and waist rotation.

Also included in this set is Edna and Jack Jack in a metal form. Both of these are PVC figures with bases and do not have any articulation. Edna stands at slightly over 3″ tall with an excellent likeness. She is sculpted with long black hair that covers the top, back and sides of her head, bold black glasses, nicely sculpted facial details including eyes, a big nose that the glasses rest on, and a mouth. Her outfit is painted in a dark blue, and she is sculpted in a position as if she’s having a conversation. Her head is also tilted to the left.

 

Jack Jack is a repaint from one of the previous releases, and is painted in a metallic silver allowing him to look shiny and strong at the same time. This is a great sculpt for Jack Jack and he is sculpted with a smile on his face and both arms up in the air.

Overall, there is a lot to love about the Pixar Toy Box Incredibles offerings as these are all excellent figure with great likenesses. We can assure fans of the films, Disney Infinity and the Toy Box line will be very happy with these figures. These are the figures that fans like us have been waiting a long time for. Dash is available now at the Disney Store.

Purchase:

The Disney Store

 

 

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