Collector’s Corner: Eaglemoss WWE Hero Collector – Fiend, Razor, Hogan, Andre, Hardy, Flair In-Depth Review (Photos)

Welcome to another installment of Collector’s Corner! Today we’ll take at the latest batch Eaglemoss WWE Hero Collector figurines, featuring:

  • The Fiend Bray Wyatt
  • Hulk Hogan & Andre the Giant 2-pack
  • Jeff Hardy
  • Razor Ramon
  • Ric Flair

You can currently order and pre-order these over on the Eaglemoss website where you can SAVE 10% with code ZONE at checkout!

Hulk Hogan

Photo Credit: Bill Pritchard

The Packaging

Each figurine comes in a very vibrant, colorful box with images of several of the other figurines on the box. We also get to see the new Iconic Matches 2-packs that feature very similar style packaging. They all come with a very nice booklet with information about the superstar(s) with images, information and more. The figurines are also very protected by plastic to prevent them from being damaged in transit, storage, etc. Not to mention the rings, that are packaged as half a ring, where you have to buy two to make a full ring depending on how you want to display them.

“The Fiend” Bray Wyatt

Up first we have Bray’s newest figurine and it is pretty cool. He is somewhat hunched over to give him that creepy feel he gives off so well. You can see the detail in his dreadlocks as well as his mask. He’s sporting his trench coat, which is also very detailed even to the buttons on the wrists and his black tank top underneath followed by his red/black striped pants with the pattern on the thighs. Not to mention his black/red shiny boots with the straps on the sides, giving him that really authentic look. Bray is also on a black stand with the modern WWE logo engraved in the front followed by felt and a sticker with his name on it underneath.

Overall, Fiend’s figurine is pretty cool. The detail on it is quite nice and the paint apps seem to be pretty good as well. I wish his mask had a little bit of a dark wash to it to make it that much creepier but overall it’s not too bad at all. If you’re a fan of Fiend like me I’d say pick this one up for the collection.

Hogan & Andre 2-pack

Here we have the next 2-pack of the Iconic Matches series, this one based on the famous Hogan vs. Andre WrestleMania match. Andre is poised with his arms crossed, which looks to be like this was based on the roster image of Andre you’d see on the WWE website while Hogan is doing his iconic shirt ripping pose, which is pretty cool.

Andre towers over all the other figurines, as he should, which is a great attention to detail. He has a smug look on his face as his arms are crossed. He’s sporting his iconic black singlet and even has ginormous boots, which looks great. He, too, is on a black stand with the modern WWE logo engraved in the front followed by felt and a sticker with his name on it underneath.

Hogan represents his iconic pose as he’s ripping his Hulkamania shirt open. He has his headband that also says Hulkamania on it followed by flowing blonde/white hair. The detail in his shirt is really cool, especially on the back, as you can see all the sculpted holes/rips in the back of it. Not to mention his yellow trunks, knee pads and tall boots. He, too, is on a black stand with the modern WWE logo engraved in the front followed by felt and a sticker with his name on it underneath.

Overall, this set is pretty cool. The Andre is great. The Hogan can be a bit better as I’m not a huge fan of the likeness or the way they colored his hair but the detail in the shirt is what I love most about it. I know they have other Hogans coming, too, so I look forward to seeing those eventually. If you love these two or simply want a set representing this iconic match then I’d recommend picking this one up.

Jeff Hardy

Jeff’s figurine is pretty nice in that he is poised in one of his iconic taunts with his hands and fingers up. The detail in his head sculpt is pretty nice as you can even see the spacers in his ears, but his sideburns are a bit faint, making his beard a little odd to look at. Besides that he has his detailed attire with the designs on his arms, which I believe are stickers, as well as the tattoos on his hands. Not to mention his baggy black pants with the pockets and zippers sculpted on it as well as his boots. Jeff, too, is on a black stand with the modern WWE logo engraved in the front followed by felt and a sticker with his name on it underneath.

Overall, if you’re a Hardy fan this is a cool one to get for the collection. It’s simple enough yet pretty detailed at the same time, which makes it nice in my opinion. Eaglemoss also has an autographed version you can currently get on their website as well. I have the autograph from it and Jeff did a really neat job signing it as it’s a very artistic signature. If you’re a fan definitely don’t miss out on that.

Razor Ramon

Razor is probably one of my favorites in this batch as he is super detailed. Eaglemoss really went all out with sculpting all the parts of his attire, from the toothpick in his mouth to the logos on his vest to even the logos on his elbow pads, trunks and knee pads. He’s sporting his iconic purple attire we know him so well for wearing and the vibrant colors of this figurine really makes it pop. Razor, too, is on a black stand with the modern WWE logo engraved in the front followed by felt and a sticker with his name on it underneath.

Some of the paint apps can be a bit better, such as his teeth and trim on his boots, but besides that I was really impressed. They even perforated his chest to give it a hairy look, which is a neat way of doing such in my opinion. I really like the fact they put the toothpick in his mouth, but it can be a little hard to see unless looking at him from his profile due to how the teeth are painted. Granted the scale of these makes it much more challenging to paint well, but they really put a lot of effort into it. If you like Razor I definitely recommend this one and the paint apps on yours may end up being better than how mine turned out. Regardless, it’s still a cool display piece in my opinion.

Ric Flair

Lastly, we have the “Nature Boy” Ric Flair sporting his iconic red and silver robe. The detail on the robe is very impressive, especially at this scale, as it is all molded detail besides just being painted. It even has his name on the back as well, which is great. He is doing his “WOOOO” facial expression too, which is cool. The likeness is okay, not too bad, and he is pointing his fingers as he more than likely preps to do his strut. He is wearing black boots though, which does confuse me personally a bit as I do not recall him ever wearing black boots with a red robe. Flair is also on a black stand with the modern WWE logo engraved in the front followed by felt and a sticker with his name on it underneath.

Overall, Flair is great, but the boots are the killer for me. I’m not sure why they’re not red and white to go with his attire. It could be a missed paint application on mine or simply a detail they overlooked for whatever reason. Besides the boot debacle he looks pretty nice overall. The detail on the robe is super impressive as it really makes it pop as a whole. If you’re a fan of the “Nature Boy” this is a great piece to add to the growing collection!

Overall

Overall, not a bad batch of figurines. The paint apps can be a bit better on some of them, but the detail on them is great for their scale as I’ve mentioned. I’m always impressed the details they are able to incorporate on these compared to the regular action figures you see me review so often. If you want great display pieces that don’t take up a lot of room then I’d recommend picking these up. You can see them more in-depth in a video here, too, if you’d like. There’s so many to choose from, but do beware they can be a bit fragile sometimes. I’m sure I’ll have more to review for you sooner than later though so keep an eye out!

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