Action Figure Review: FuRay Wilderness Hunter Crocker
By Nolan P Smith
Who doesn’t want a massive crocodile action figure? Thanks to Maestro Union, we get an absolute beast of a figure with their FuRay Wilderness Hunter Crocker! Perfect for taking on any heroes in a half shell or any figure in your collection.
The figure clocks in over 7.5 inches tall and comes in a window box complete with a comic book. My first opinion is, wow, this is a high-quality figure. From the girth of the figure to the excellent accessories, I was blown away by this. The figure comes with three pairs of alternate hands, a cowboy hat, coat, rifle, holster with belt, dagger, sheath, and handcuffs, plus two alternate mid-sections to allow for sideways posing.
For a massive figure, I am impressed. With 28 points of articulation, you get an excellent range of motion for each limb, including the tail. I still ran the figure under hot water to be safe, but wow- it is impressive in terms of articulation. This is how a big figure should be; usually, more prominent figures lose out on articulation, but that is not the case with Crocker.
This is the figure if you want to talk about great paint applications and sculpting! The detailed painting brings out the fantastic details of this figure. The weapons are well sculpted as well and extremely sturdy. Check out the photos for yourself- this action figure is a work of art.
I have been using this figure for so many reviews; that’s how much fun I have had with it. With a homage to TMNT’s Leatherhead, this is the perfect monster figure for your 1/12 and even 1/18 scale figures. It really is that good.
If you are on the fence about Crocker- you have nothing to fear. Maestro Union did a fantastic job on the first figure from their FuRay lineup. I honestly can’t wait for the rest to be released—one of the best figures of 2022.