MÖTLEY CRÜE: MCFARLANE TOYS To Release Individual Figures

According to a posting at McFarlane.com, the MÖTLEY CRÜE deluxe boxed set McFarlane Toys released in November of 2004 was extremely popular with toy and CRÜE fans alike. So popular, in fact, it became hard to find pretty quickly.

Now McFarlane Toys has decided to release each of the band members — Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee and Mick Mars — in a single-pack clamshell. Each figure will contain its own instrument plus a small portion of Lee's full drum kit (pictures). Collectors will soon have the ability to purchase just the MÖTLEY CRÜE figures they want.

These are the same "Shout at the Devil" figures originally released in the deluxe box.

These single-packed MÖTLEY CRÜE action figures will only be available at Spencer Gifts stores in July.

News on the follow-up MÖTLEY CRÜE boxed set is expected in the coming weeks.


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