Revoltech Jack Skellington Review

I seem to keep getting behind on my reviews. Anyway, I saw that Revoltech was making a Jack Skellington figure and I had to get it. Of course, after that, I heard that PlayArts was making a figure as well. I went with the Revoltech one because it came out first, and I’m not completely sold on the PlayArts stuff. A lot of their stuff has been hit-or-miss. The Resident Evil 5 figures were some of the ugliest molds I’ve ever seen. And some of the joints they use make the figures look like they broke an arm–ie: Fullmetal Alchemist’s Roy Mustang.

Enough about PlayArts, though–this review is about Revoltech. The box for this is pretty nice. A definite upgrade to the first Revoltech boxes which were pretty small, and had all the accessories in a bag inside the box. We now get a little box to hold the spare hands/heads in. The Sci-Fi Revoltechs also come with a little prop scenery to place them in. Jack comes with a gate and a spooky tree. And some pumpkin things to put around.

As far as the figure itself goes, it’s what you’d expect from a Revoltech. It’s super posable, and lots of options for faces and such. He comes with 5 heads. You get a neutral, scary, surprised, confused, and happy faces. My only complaint with the figure is that as per the character’s design he has very tiny little feet. I haven’t been able to figure out how to balance him without leaning him back against something. It’s kind of a downer, but at the same time, it’s to be expected.


  • Nightmare Before Christmas?
  • Revoltech
  • Variety of accessories


  • Can’t stand up by himself.
  • No other announced figures to go with him.

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