Saturday, September 4, 2010

Sonic Action Hummer

The "Majorette´s Hummer" for comparison with the Robocop Hummer version.

Contents view... and box cut of the original package. Besides the pictured vehicle, there was also the Tank, an M1A1-inspired one .

Included accessories. Not pictured, the pair of binoculars.

The figure. One of the worst figures done by a big company. And for those who know "SOS COMMANDOS" ... the head will seem familiar.

The helmet is interesting. Looks like a combat pilot helmet with cammo paint scheme.

"Alright, our business is toy vehicles... now find a figure. Anything. At all".

Now the Humvee. Yes, a nice one. Those lights... yep, right on!

4 views of this cool looking H1. As you can observe comparing to Robocop´s, it is the exact same platform. Variation come by the form of the L&S system.

Detail shots. Engine detail is very basic, but a little love will correct that.

And the cannon. Spring-loaded, vibrates when activated by that orange switch as the lights flash. Very cool.

Status: Unavailable.


  1. Luís "ToneGuns" GalileuOctober 23, 2009 at 3:17 AM

    I can see some aplications for that Humvee.

  2. Luís "ToneGuns" Galileu TonelliSeptember 5, 2010 at 4:58 PM

    Not bad at all, I would get rid off from the lights on the roof. The color would be right for an urban vehicle.

  3. The mold is the exact same as a 3 3/4 inch Rambo series (loosely based on the animated series) by Toy Island in 1995.

    Check it out here:

    All but the head and accessories are 100% the same. In that Rambo series there were other characters as well, maybe the head used here came from that series as well, but I don't know.

  4. Wow, nice! The problem with those figures were the sloppy plastic used. They can brake very rapidly. Thanks for the extra info!

  5. any idea what one of these is worth?? i have one...

  6. Hi Steve, no idea, I´d say around US$15, to US$25. If MISB, maybe US$50


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