World's Wost Action Figure

World’s Worst Action Figure?

Welcome to the game show – Name That Action Figure.

The rules of this game are simple. All you have to do is guess my identity.

I’ll even help you by giving you ten clues.

As you can see, I’m tall. I wear a red outfit with a silver pattern on my shirt.

My hands and boots look like they’re covered in blood. My face is horribly disfigured. I’m so smart, you can see my brains.

Can you Name This Action Figure?

Clue #1. I’m a bootleg based on a really nice looking action figure.

Clue #2. I’m in disguise.

Clue #3 You’ve heard of me. I’m not an obscure character, but I’m also not as famous as some of my friends who are much bigger stars.

Clue #4 I’ve been a LEGO mini-figure both in this disguise and in other outfits. I’ve also been in LEGO games.

Clue #5 The very first action figure of me was released in 1980.

Clue #6 I’ve been in movies, books, cartoons, and comic books. I’ve even been the title character in two of those.

Clue #7 My first name begins with the letter L.

Have you figured it out yet? If not, these next three clues should do the trick.

Clue #8. I’m a scoundrel! Never play cards with me.

Clue #9. I’m handsome. Nobody has ever called me a stuck up, half-witted, scruffy-looking Nerfherder.

Clue #10. I used to own one of the finest ships in the galaxy.

Did you figure it out?

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Lando Action Figure
I’m a bootleg based on this terrific Lando Calrissian Skiff Guard Action Figure.

What? It wasn’t obvious by looking at me?

I owe a special thanks to my good friend Charlton Hero, who first tweeted out this picture. Charlton is an occasional contributor to The Retroist. You can find his posts here. Charlton runs the amazing retro blog – The SuperHero Satellite and is the creator of Superblog Team-Up.

If you enjoyed this post, please check out my pop culture cake blog ? Between the Pages. I’m a big Star Wars fan, so I’ve featured a ton of mind boggling Star Wars Cakes. Unfortunately, poor Lando is almost never featured on a cake.

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