Most, if not all, of the Harry Potter action figures have the kids at a certain age. They look awkward and awful each and every time. NECA has made many of the side characters, but few really stand out. Thankfully, their Dementor figure from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is a perfect likeness.
In all honesty, we never thought that there would be swords in Harry Potter. Wands yes, but swords? Whether you choose the kid friendly one or the more realistic one, it still rocks. The more realistic one gets our vote. Yet, the SFX of the toy are tons of fun.
This 2010 release of Hogwarts comes with 9 figures and 1290 pieces. We like it especially right now because you can change it to look like it was attacked by the Death Eaters. They’ll probably never make a decimated Hogwarts LEGO set.
The first 2 movies were cute and really for kids. When the third one arrived, we knew we were in darker territory. This figure, from 2007, is by far our favorite and truly illustrates that Mr. Potter’s nemesis is one BMF.
We love this one for two reasons. The first being it really was a great looking toy and took kids off on their Potter adventures. The second is more for its infamous standing in the personal service community.
There are tons of variations of the Wizard Chess Set from Harry Potter. All vary in detail and exactly how much you want to spend. As toys/ games go, it is a fine piece and practical too; unlike many of the other items listed above.
We are against any girl or girlfriend dressing up as our favorite heroes. Think about it, it is a little strange. That rule goes out the window if they have a female counterpart. Let your imaginations run wild with this little number. If only they had a Slytherin Outfit in the same style.