The X-Files are returning to television tonight after the game for a 6 episode mini-series, letting us peek in on Mulder and Scully years later to see what’s been going on. To celebrate, let’s take a look at the recently released Titans Vinyl Figures from Titan Merchandise.
The Titan Vinyls line is a series of higher end blind box figures from various entertainment properties featuring oversized heads which move along with the arms, stubby bodies and accessories. They have Doctor Who, Sherlock, Aliens, Ghostbusters, X-Files and a ton more. Singularly they’re perfect filler for your desk or themed shelves and when you grab entire “collections” (waves), they can stand on their own. Each collection comes in a case box with varying ratios. About half get 2 per 20 case box. The other almost-half get 1 per 20 case box. And to round off the chase, there are 4 figures which are only 1 per 40, aka, 1 every other case. In each case box, you’ll get at least 2 of the 1/40 pieces. To grab the whole collection, you’ll have to push your luck buying singles, grab 2 cases and pray they’re different & sell off the rest, or hit the secondary market.
After the break, let’s take a look at the X-Files “The Truth is Out There” Collection with over 70 HD pics courtesy of site sponsor Entertainment Earth!
Titan Merchandise Titans Vinyl The X-Files I Want to Believe Collection
Great attention to detail
Hits fan favorites
Articulation in vinyl figure form
Overall these are a fun set of figures. I’m not super big fan of blind box style offerings, but they’re everywhere so someone must dig it. I do have to say sitting here ripping into boxes and feeling the excitement of seeing what was inside was fun. Even with the case box, you don’t know which “super chases” you’re gonna get so there is still some unknowns. That’s good for the short term fun, bad for the OCD completionist. :) The figures themselves are quality, dense vinyl with movable parts, some with accessories like guns. Fan faves were hit quick with Mulder and Scully, plus variants of each, the Lone Gunman trio, and Smoking Man. A couple monsters and a couple supporting cast humans and it’s a perfect mix. With the X-Files returning to TV, these are the perfect way to scratch that itch and rep it in your rotation.
Grab your set over at Entertainment Earth!
Key shots here, full set below!