McFarlane Toys, known for their detail accurate productions of pop culture icons, has created a beautiful line for the film “The Princess Bride”. The figures are high quality and sure to make any “The Princess Bride” fans happy. They look stunning. The figures include Westley as the Dread Pirate Roberts, Inigo Montoya, Princess Buttercup in her red dress, and towering over the others is the giant Fezzik. This is wave 1 from McFarlane toys so if they sell well we might see even more come at a later date.

Each figure has up to 22 points of articulation and includes accessories.

More about each figure below:

With ultra-articulation offering up to 22 moving parts the Westley Dread Pirate Roberts action figure looks beautiful inside its box and out. The figure comes with a sword and base and is ready to showcase in its “The Princess Bride” themed windowed box packaging.

The Princess Bride Wv. 1 Westley Dread Pirate Roberts Figure
The Princess Bride Wv. 1 Red Dress Princess Buttercup Figure

Princess Buttercup is featured in her beautiful red dress and includes the same ultra-articulation. She comes with a fabric skirt and a base.

“Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya; you killed my father; prepare to die.” Now you can take revenge on the six-fingered man.  With up to 22 moving parts you can pose Inigo Montoya on his included base or display him in his themed window box packaging.  The figure comes with his sword and he is wearing his classic outfit from “The Princess Bride.”

The Princess Bride Wave 1 Inigo Montoya Action Figure
The Princess Bride Fezzik Megafig Action Figure

Fezzik Megafig the giant of “The Princess Bride” was portrayed by Andre the Giant in the movie. This figure also includes up to 22 moving parts and is larger than the other figures in the set. His accessories include a peanut, a rock, and a base to display him on.

The Princess Bride is an iconic classic and we are very excited about this collection. McFarlane Toys has been making figures since 1994 and their expertise can be seen in the fine details of each figure. What do you think about this line? Leave your comments below.