American McGee's Alice series what?

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American McGee's Alice series what?

Postby Dragoness » Fri Oct 31, 2008 5:08 pm

I've been looking to buy Alice and the Cheshire Cat of American McGee's Alice figures released by McFarlane from the 2000 EA PC game. However while shopping for them, I noticed there are a ton of variations. I've seen blue, grey, brown, and glowing Cheshire cats, and Alice with anime face, nice face, angry face, and face with hair strand, as well as her without blood, bloody, very very bloody, and glowing. There were 4 series released of these figures, but my question is does anyone know which looks belong to what series? I have some example pictures of the various looks but can't post them yet (new member and all).
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Postby Dr Nightmare » Mon Nov 03, 2008 5:37 pm

Wow, that's a ton of variations @_@

Best I can do is post a pic for you, I wouldn't know how to track everything down >_<

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Postby CJK Toy Bay » Tue Nov 04, 2008 9:42 pm

It's been a while since I've looked at these but I believe it goes something like this:

Series 1
Alice
Caterpillar
Mad Hatter (White Version)

Series 2
Alice (Hair in her face) This would be the one Dr posted
Tweedle Dee
Tweedle Dum
White Rabbit
White Rabbit (Previews Exclusive- Black)

Series 3
Alice (Towers Exclusive- Black Dress/ Glow in the dark cat) Aka Goth Alice
Card Guards (Combination of Heart/Spade, Heart/Club, Diamond/Spade or Diamond/Club)
Jaberwock

Series 4
Alice (Bloody version)
Caterpillar (Different color)
Mad Hatter (Grey Version)
Jabberwock (Different color)

I'm not exactly sure what the color differences are for the Caterpillar and Jabberwock, I think they are so subtle you wouldn't even realize they were different unless you had them side by side. I know I didn't, I thought they just re-released the same ones again :?

These figures have always been a bit pricey but I think they jumped a little more recently because everyone was planning on an Alice movie in 2009. That has since been put on hold though :( so prices may start to come back down a tad bit.
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Postby bigassbuzz » Mon May 04, 2009 1:03 am

some packages say "jabberwock" and others say "jabberwocky"
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Postby majinite » Tue May 12, 2009 2:25 pm

never noticed that before. good info for completists tho
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Postby bigdaddyscott » Tue May 12, 2009 6:07 pm

American Mcgee made an Oz set as well. only 3 figs though.
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Postby bigdaddyscott » Sun Jun 07, 2009 8:49 am

and they were not made by McFarlane by the way.
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Postby EwokHunter » Thu Feb 25, 2010 5:07 pm

bigdaddyscott wrote:and they were not made by McFarlane by the way.


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