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This article is a list of action figures based on the cult television programs, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. The list is organised by character alphabetically.


Angel

Buffy the Vampire Slayer First Series (1999)

  • Angel I. This action figure is based on promotional photos reflecting Angel’s basic look throughout the second season of the program. He comes with a life-size claddagh ring and the sword from season two's "Becoming, Part 2". The figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore. This figure of Angel comes with six points of articulation; located at the neck, shoulders, elbows and waist.
  • Vampire Angel I. This figure was made exclusively available through Diamond Previews. This action figure is based on promotional photos reflecting Angel’s basic look throughout the second season of the program. He comes with a life-size claddagh ring and the sword from season two's "Becoming, Part 2". The figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore. This figure of Angel comes with six points of articulation; located at the neck, shoulders, elbows and waist.

Angel First Series (2001)

  • Angel II. This action figure is based on season one promotional photos for the program, but is also based on Angel's basic attire during the first season. Angel comes with a double bladed axe, a large axe, a Scottish dirk, a sai, a small katana sword and the sword's sheath. His base is part of a street, which has a small brick wall attached to it. It also has a removable sewer hole cover. This Angel figure was sculpted by Sculpt This. This figure of Angel comes with eighteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, thighs, knees and ankles.
  • Vampire Angel II. This figure was made exclusively available through Diamond Previews. This action figure is based on season one promotional photos for the program, but is also based on Angel's basic attire during the first season. Vampire Angel comes with a long sword, a double bladed axe, and a dagger. His arms are also interchangeable, giving you the option of having Vampire Angel with a short-sleeved shirt and stakes, or a long-sleeved sweater with no stakes. His base is part of a street, which has a small brick wall attached to it. It also has a removable sewer hole cover. This Angel figure was sculpted by Sculpt This. This figure of Angel comes with eighteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, thighs, knees and ankles.
  • Leather Jacket Vampire Angel. This figure was made exclusively available through Diamond Previews. This action figure is based on season one promotional photos for the program, but is also based on Angel's basic attire during the first season. Vampire Angel comes with a long sword, a double bladed axe, and a dagger. His arms are also interchangeable, giving you the option of having Vampire Angel with a short-sleeved shirt and stakes, or a long-sleeved sweater with no stakes. His base is part of a street, which has a small brick wall attached to it. It also has a removable sewer hole cover. This Angel figure was sculpted by Sculpt This. This figure of Angel comes with eighteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, thighs, knees and ankles.

Angel Fourth Series (2005)

  • Season 5 Angel. This figure includes a sword, thermos, mug, Olan Window, magic talisman and Wolfram & Hart base.
  • Season 3 Vampire Angel. This figure includes Baby Connor, an axe, bottle, prophecy scroll and Hyperion Hotel base.
  • "The Ring" Angel. This figure includes a knife, wooden spear, arm bracelet and prison base.
  • Pylea Demon Angel. This figure includes a Pylean portal book, "cow" destruction panel and a Pylean castle base.
  • "Graduation Day, Part 1" Angel. (Although this figure was based on a Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode it was from the Fourth Series of Angel figures) This figure includes a poisoned arrow and mansion base.

Angel Deluxe Figures Series (2006)

  • "Destiny" Angel. This figure includes a pole, a goblet filled with Mountain Dew and a pedestal.
  • "Destiny" Battle Damaged Angel. This figure includes a pole, a goblet filled with Mountain Dew and a pedestal. His face has blood and scars as though he was through a battle.
  • "Are You Now or Have You Ever Been" 1950's Angel. This figure includes a noose, a bottle of blood and an axe.
  • "Sense & Sensitivity" Hawaiian Shirt Angel. This figure includes a hat, binoculars and the talking stick.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Seventh Series (2006)

Anya Jenkins

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Fourth Series (2002)

  • "Fear, Itself" Bunny Anya Jenkins. This figure was made exclusively available through Moore Action Collectables. This action figure is based on Anya's outfit from the season four episode, "Fear, Itself". Bunny Anya comes with the notorious mini-demon known as Gachnar. No base is included with this action figure. This exclusive figure of Anya was sculpted by James Stapp and Andre Jaume. This Anya action figure comes with nine points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, elbows, legs, and knees.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Sixth Series (2004)

  • Season 5 Anya Jenkins. This figure includes a baseball bat, amulet, money, stack of coins, ledger, cash register, counter, and Magic Box floor base.
  • "The Wish" Anyanka. This ActionFigureXpress.com exclusive includes Olaf the Troll's hammer, a potion bottle, and a wooden floor base.
  • "Fear, Itself" Anya Jenkins. This Diamond Previews exclusive figure includes a removable bunny suit, Anya's amulet, bunny, and Magic Box floor base.
  • "Once More, With Feeling" Anya Jenkins. This Tower Records exclusive figure includes a cash register, counter, bunny, and Magic Box floor base.
  • "Hell's Bells" Anya Jenkins. This Cinequest.com exclusive includes Anya's eye mask, bouquet, and red carpet base.
  • Book Of Vengeance: D'Hoffryn, Anyanka & Anya Jenkins.

Buffy Summers

Buffy the Vampire Slayer First Series (1999)

  • Season 1 Buffy Summers . This action figure is based on Buffy's basic attire seen throughout the first season of the program. She comes with two stakes, a silver dagger and a crossbow. The figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore. This figure of Buffy comes with nine points of articulation; located at the neck, shoulders, elbows, legs and knees.
  • "Welcome to the Hellmouth" Blue Jacket Buffy Summers. This figure was made exclusively available through Moore Action Collectibles. This action figure is based on Buffy's outfit from the series premiere, "Welcome To The Hellmouth". She comes with two stakes, a silver dagger, a crossbow and the closed Vampyr book. The figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore. This figure of Buffy comes with nine points of articulation; located at the neck, shoulders, elbows, legs and knees.
  • "Prophecy Girl" Buffy Summers. This figure was made exclusively available through Toyfare. This action figure is based on Buffy's outfit from the first season finale, "Prophecy Girl". She comes with two stakes, a silver dagger and a crossbow. The figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore. This figure of Buffy comes with five points of articulation; located at the neck, shoulders, and elbows.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Second Series (2000)

  • Season 3 Buffy Summers . This action figure isn't based on any Buffy outfit specifically. The red leather trousers are from "Graduation Day part 1". The rest is made up by Moore. Buffy comes with two stakes, a pistol crossbow, a Hunga Munga and an axe. Her base is a section of a graveyard. It consists of a gravestone that has two daisies growing beside it. This Buffy figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore. This Buffy action figure comes with fifteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, legs, thighs and knees.
  • Season 2 Buffy Summers. This figure was made exclusively available through Toyfare. This action figure is based on season two promotional photos for the program. Buffy comes with two stakes, a pistol crossbow, a dagger, a hammer and a sword. Her base is a section of a graveyard. It consists of a gravestone that has two daisies growing beside it. This Buffy figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore. This Buffy action figure comes with fifteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, legs, thighs and knees.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Ikon Figures

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Deluxe Figures (2005)

  • "Graduation Day, Part One" Buffy Summers. This is a Deluxe Buffy action figure. She is based off the outfit she wore when fighting Faith. She is wearing red leather trousers, black top and Black leather jacket. Its also the first Buffy figure DST made. She has her diploma, handcuffs and Sunnydale Highschool year book. She also has interchangeable arms, so you can have Buffy in her jacket or without her jacket. She comes with 29 points of articulation.
  • "Once More, with Feeling" Buffy Summers. This Buffy deluxe figure comes with a pool cue and a stake. She has 29 points of articulation. She is based off the final scenes of "Once More With Feeling" wearing a red top with loose collar and black jeans.
  • "End of Days" Buffy Summers. This Buffy deluxe figure comes with her Scythe and a stake. She is based of the final scenes of "End of Days" wearing her blue denim jacket, tanned top and green trousers. She has interchangeable arms. She comes with 29 points of articulation.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Seventh Series (2006)

  • "Chosen" Buffy Summers.This figure includes a stake, the Slayer's Scythe and a Sunnydale High display base. She is sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.
  • "Nightmares" Vampire Buffy Summers. This figure includes a bag, book of spiders and a hospital display base. Sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios, Vampire Buffy is in scale with past releases and features multiple points of articulation.
  • "The Witch" Cheerleader Buffy Summers. This figure includes two pom-poms, Katherine the Great's trophy, stake and a Sunnydale High gymnasium play base. She is sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.
  • "Primeval" Buffy Summers. This figure includes an axe, tazer gun, Adam's power core and Initiative display base. She is sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.
  • "Intervention" Buffybot. Straight from Buffy's Season 5 encounter with her robotic double, Buffybot includes an axe, battery, stake and Spike's Crypt display base. She is sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.
  • "Buffy vs. Dracula" Buffy Summers. This figure includes an axe, battery, stake and Spike's Crypt display base. She is sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.
  • "The Witch" Hemery High Cheerleader Buffy Summers.
  • "The Prom" Buffy Summers. This figure includes a Class Protector umbrella award and a Sunnydale Prom base.


Cordelia Chase

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Third Series (2001)

  • Cordelia Chase I. This action figure is based on season three promotional photos for the program. Cordelia comes with two stakes, a cellphone, a small purse, and a handbag. Her base is a section of a graveyard, complete with a fancy decorated gravestone. This Cordelia figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore. This Cordelia action figure comes with fourteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, thighs (at the skirt line), and knees.
  • Cheerleader Cordelia Chase. This figure was made exclusively available through Action Figure Xpress. This action figure is based on Cordelia's cheerleading attire that was seen in different episodes throughout the first three seasons of the show. Cheerleader Cordelia comes with two stakes, a pom-pom, and a megaphone. Her base is a section of a graveyard, complete with a fancy decorated gravestone. This Cordelia figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore. This figure of Cordelia comes with fifteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, thighs (at the skirt line), and knees.

Angel First Series (2001)

  • Cordelia Chase II. This action figure is based on season one promotional photos for the program. Cordelia comes with a flashlight, a stake, an axe and a shoulder bag. Her base is a section of a sidewalk with a star on it, depicting Cordelia's dreams of fame and stardom. This Cordelia figure was sculpted by James Stapp and Peter Hutchins. This figure of Cordelia comes with fifteen points of articulation, located at the shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, thighs and knees.
  • Pylea Slave Cordelia Chase. This figure was made exclusively available through Toyfare. This action figure is based on Cordelia's outfit from the season two episode, "Over The Rainbow". Slave Cordelia comes with a pail and a shovel. Her base is a section of a sidewalk with a star on it, depicting Cordelia's dreams of fame and stardom. This Cordelia figure was sculpted by James Stapp and Peter Hutchins. This exclusive figure of Cordelia comes with sixteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, thighs and knees.
  • San Diego Comic Convention Cordelia Chase. This figure was made exclusively available through the San Diego Comic Convention. This action figure is not based on anything that Cordelia wore on the program. Cordelia comes with a flashlight, a stake, an axe and a shoulder bag. No base comes with this boxed figure. This Cordelia figure was sculpted by James Stapp and Peter Hutchins. This exclusive figure of Cordelia comes with sixteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, thighs and knees.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Eighth Series (2006)

  • "The Wish" Cordelia Chase. This figure includes Anyanka's amulet, Ethics book, stake, handbag and a Sunnydale High Library display base. She is sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.
  • Pylea Princess Cordelia Chase. This figure includes and a platter and cover, grapes, law proclamation and Pylean display base. She is sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.
  • "You're Welcome" Cordelia Chase. This figure includes a katana, scabbard, video tape, notebook, crystal and a Wolfram & Hart display base. She is Sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.

Oz

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Second Series (2000)

  • Oz. This action figure is based on Oz's basic style throughout seasons two to four of the program. Oz comes with two stakes, two pistol crossbows, a guitar (complete with strap) and an amplifier. His hands are interchangeable, giving him the choice of holding his guitar or holding weapons. Oz's base is a section of a graveyard, complete with a clawed headstone that has chains wrapped around it. The top of the headstone also depicts a moon, symbolizing Oz's werewolf side. This Oz figure was sculpted by Dene Mason. This Oz action figure comes with sixteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, thighs and knees.
  • Entertainment Earth Oz. This figure was made exclusively available through Entertainment Earth. This action figure is based on Oz's basic style throughout seasons two to four of the program. Oz comes with two stakes, two pistol crossbows, a guitar (complete with strap) and an amplifier. His hands are interchangeable, giving him the choice of holding his guitar or holding weapons. Oz's base is a section of a graveyard, complete with a clawed headstone that has chains wrapped around it. The top of the headstone also depicts a moon, symbolizing Oz's werewolf side. This Oz figure was sculpted by Dene Mason. This Oz action figure comes with sixteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, thighs and knees.
  • Werewolf Oz. This figure was made exclusively available through Toyfare. This action figure is based on Oz's semi-werewolf state from the season four episode, "Fear, Itself". Oz comes with two stakes, two pistol crossbows, a guitar (complete with strap) and an amplifier. His hands are interchangeable, giving him the choice of holding his guitar or holding weapons. Oz's base is a section of a graveyard, complete with a clawed headstone that has chains wrapped around it. The top of the headstone also depicts a moon, symbolizing Oz's werewolf side. This Oz figure was sculpted by Dene Mason. This Oz action figure comes with sixteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, thighs and knees.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Tenth Series (2007)

  • "Doppelgangland" Oz. This figure includes his guitar, wolfman Pez dispenser and the left arm of the Judge! He is sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.
  • "Fear, Itself" Oz. This figure includes a pumpkin, Gachnar the fear demon, a haunted house base and the right leg of the Judge! He is Sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.
  • "Wild at Heart" Oz.

Darla

Angel Second Series (2004)

  • Season 2 Darla. This figure includes a purse, wooden cross, dagger, sledgehammer, and graveyard base.
  • "Reunion" Vampire Darla. This figure includes a purse, wooden cross, dagger, sledgehammer, and graveyard base.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Sixth Series (2004)

  • "Welcome to the Hellmouth" Darla. This figure includes two handguns, a wooden cross, dagger, sledgehammer, and graveyard base.
  • "Angel" Vampire Darla. this figure includes two handguns, a wooden cross, dagger, sledgehammer, and graveyard base. (Although listed as she is from "Welcome to the Hellmouth, her outfit is actually from the Buffy episode "Angel" as well as her pose and guns)

Dawn Summers

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Seventh Series (2006)

Drusilla

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Fourth Series (2002)

  • Drusilla. This action figure is based on Drusilla's basic attire during the second season of the program. Drusilla comes with a silver bottle of blood, a knife, a red rose, and Ms. Edith. Her base is a stone floor with two skull pillars attached. This Drusilla figure was sculpted by James Stapp and Sculpt This. This Drusilla action figure comes with ten points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist.
  • Vampire Drusilla. This figure was made exclusively available through Diamond Previews. This action figure is based on Drusilla's basic attire during the second season of the program. Drusilla comes with a white bottle of blood, a bloody knife, a black rose and a doll, Ms. Edith. Her base is a stone floor with two skull pillars attached. This Drusilla figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore, James Stapp and Sculpt This. This Drusilla action figure comes with ten points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Tenth Series (2007)

  • "School Hard" Drusilla. Straight from her Season 2 debut, "School Hard" Drusilla includes Miss Edith, the Du Lac Cross, Miss Sunshine the puppy and the right arm of the Judge! Sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios, "School Hard" Drusilla is in scale with past releases and features multiple points of articulation.
  • "Innocence" Drusilla. This figure was produced yet it is unknown when her actual release will be.
  • "What's My Line, Part Two" Vampire Drusilla. Straight from her Season 2 brush with death, Vampire Drusilla includes Miss Edith in black, cattle prod, tarot cards and the left leg of the Judge! Sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios, Vampire Drusilla is in scale with past releases and features multiple points of articulation.

Faith Lehane

Angel First Series (2001)

  • Faith Lehane. This action figure is based on Faith's basic attire during her appearances on both programs. Faith comes with a stake, a crossbow, and a compound bow. Her base is the corner of an alley, with two partial walls that slide into place to form the corner. The base is decorated with a rat, a can of spray paint, and a fallen trashcan filled with a doll, an apple core, and other items of garbage. This Faith figure was sculpted by Dene Mason. This figure of Faith comes with seventeen points of articulation, located at the shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, thighs, knees and ankles.
  • Leather Jacket Faith Lehane. This figure was made exclusively available through Action Figure Xpress. This action figure is vaguely based on Faith's basic attire during her appearances on both programs. Leather Jacket Faith comes with two bloody stakes, her bloody signature knife, a crossbow, and a compound bow. Some collectors believe that the blood on the stakes represent the blood of the Deputy Mayor, who was Faith's first kill. Her base is the corner of an alley, with two partial walls that slide into place to form the corner. The base is decorated with a rat, a can of spray paint, and a fallen trashcan filled with a doll, an apple core, and other items of garbage. This Faith figure was sculpted by Dene Mason. This figure of Faith comes with seventeen points of articulation, located at the shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, thighs, knees and ankles.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Deluxe Figures (2005)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Ninth Series (2006)

  • "Chosen" Faith Lehane. This figure is based on Faiths final appearance as well as the very last episode of Buffy. Her accessories include the Scythe, stake, knives book and a Sunnydale High display base. She is sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.
  • "Faith, Hope & Trick" Faith Lehane. This figure is based on the characters first appearance in the buffyverse. Her accessories include a stake, crowbar, plastic cup, table and Bronze base.
  • "Enemies" Faith Lehane. This figure is based on the episode in which Faith turns sides on Buffy and Angel. She was produced yet it is unknown whether or not she will be mass produced. She comes with episode specific accessories and part of her apartment as a base which connects to "Sanctuary" Faiths base.
  • "Sanctuary" Faith Lehane. This figure is based on the characters appearance on Angel in which she holds sanctuary in Angels apartment. This figure as with "Enemies" Faith is yet to be mass produced. She comes with episode specific accessories and part of her apartment as a base, which connects to "Enemies" Faiths base.

Glory

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Seventh Series (2006)

  • "The Gift" Glory. This figure is based on her final appearance as an actual character and not as The First portraying her. She is packaged with "The Gift" Dawn.
  • "No Place Like Home" Red Dress Glory. This figure is based on her iconic outfit that she was seen so much in.

Illyria

Angel Fourth Series (2005)

  • Illyria. This figure includes a sword, axe, Mutari Generator, sarcophagus crystal and training room base.
  • "Shells" Illyria. This figure includes a microscope, test tube rack, Feigenbaum the bunny, silver counter and lab base.

Angel Deluxe Series (2008)

(Although it is unknown as to what variant there will be below is a guess)

  • "Not Fade Away" Transforming Illyria. Illyria grieved so much when Wesley passed in this episode. As he was dying she asked him if she should lie now, which he allowed. She then transformed into Fred and talked him through his dying moments. After this she destroyed the one who killed him transforming her head and arm into Illyria, this would make an amazing action figure.

Joyce Summers

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Seventh Series (2006)

  • "No Place Like Home" Joyce Summers. This figure was the only Joyce figure ever produced and was included in a Summers Box Set with "Buffy vs. Dracula" Buffy and "Intervention" Dawn. Her accessories include an axe which she used to fight off Spike in "School Hard" and a book on parenting which she referred to in an episode before.

Kendra Young

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Deluxe Figures (2007)

  • "Becoming, Part One" Kendra Young. This figure is the only figure of Kendra to ever be produced and is based upon her appearance in the very last episode that he was in. Included are an extra pair of arms, a crossbow, a Slayer Handbook, Mr. Pointy, and the Sword of Aurelius.

Kennedy

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Deluxe Figures (2007)

  • "Chosen" Kennedy. Throughout the final season the character Kennedy was introduced and became Willows new love interest. She was a Potential Vampire Slayer and in the end became a Vampire Slayer through Willows spell using the Slayer Scythe to make every Potential and a Slayer. This figure includes machete, crossbow, Scythe and stake accessories.

Lorne

Angel Third Series (2005)

Principal Robin Wood

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Tenth Series (2007)

  • "Lessons" Principal Robin Wood. The son of the Slayer Nikki Wood, which Spike had killed. He became the new Principal of the newly rebuilt Sunnydale High School to keep an eye on things. Knowing of Buffy and what she could do, he let her know in the episode "First Date". He later became an enemy to Spike in "Lies My Parents Told Me", a love interest to Faith and an attribute in the climatic battle in Buffy's final moment. This figure includes a throwing star hand, bat, billy club, knives and the torso of the Judge! He was sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.

Rupert Giles

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Second Series (2000)

  • Rupert Giles. This action figure is based on Giles' basic attire during seasons one to three of the program. Giles comes with two stakes, an open Vampyr book, a weapons bag, an axe, and the Du Lac cross (the top portion of the cross is removable to reveal a knife). His base is part of a graveyard, which has a stone monument located on it. The stone monument is of a book, which reads, "That is the thrill of living on the Hellmouth. One has a veritable of cornucopia of fiends, devils, and ghouls to engage. Pardon me for finding the glass half full." This Giles figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore. This figure of Giles comes with fifteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, legs, thighs and knees.
  • Fiesta Rupert Giles. This figure was made exclusively available through Moore Action Collectables. This action figure is based on Giles' outfit from the season four episode, "Fear, Itself". Giles comes with two stakes, an open Vampyr book, a weapons bag, an axe, and the Du Lac cross (the top portion of the cross is removable to reveal a knife). His base is part of a graveyard, which has a stone monument located on it. The stone monument is of a book, which reads, "That is the thrill of living on the Hellmouth. One has a veritable of cornucopia of fiends, devils, and ghouls to engage. Pardon me for finding the glass half full." This Giles figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore. This figure of Giles comes with fifteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, legs, thighs and knees.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Ninth Series (2006)

  • "Chosen" Rupert Giles. Based on his final appearance as Buffy's Watcher. This figure includes a sword, bag, glasses, "Demons & Dragons" book and a Sunnydale High display base.
  • "A New Man" Fyarl Demon Rupert Giles. Giles had been feeling a little left out during Buffy's Birthday Bash. Based on the episode "A New Man" in which Ethan Rayne slipped a Demon changing potion in his drink. The episode allows Giles to be alongside Spike and unknown to everyone who really was except for Spike because of understanding Fyarl. Buffy finally figures out that it is him in the end by looking in to his eyes, he is then turned back into himself and Ethan is shipped of to a military compound by Riley and the Initiative. This figure includes a letter opener, as well as more accessories and a base from Giles Loft.
  • "Grave" Rupert Giles. Based on the episode in which Giles comes back from England to help Willow come back to the side of Good rather than Evil. This figure includes accessories from the episode as well as a Magic Box Wall base. It is unknown whether or not this figure will be produced as he was originally planned for the Ninth Series along with other Giles and Faith figures.
  • "Band Candy" Rupert Giles. Based on the episode in which Giles reverts to his younger self by eating magical candy that was created by Ethan Rayne. He relives his Ripper lifestyle and not only falls for Buffy's mother Joyce who is also under the magic spell, he not only sleeps with her once but twice on the hood of a police car after knocking the cop out. This figure a chocolate bar, handcuffs, record player, handgun and the head of the Judge! This figure was originally part of the Ninth Series and then became part of The Judge wave.
  • Watcher's Boxset: "Checkpoint" Rupert Giles. Based on the episode in which the Watcher's Council comes to judge Buffy to see whether or not she deserves to be given the information that they have on Glory. Giles does nothing but defend Buffy and in the end they come to find out that Glory is a God. Giles is also reimbursed for the money that he lacked by The Watcher's Council firing him in the episode "Helpless" stating that he wasn't fit to be a Watcher as he had the father's love for Buffy as well as being reinstated as a Watcher in this episode. This figure was included in a Watcher's Boxset with "The Shroud of Rahmon" Wesley and "Tabula Rasa" Spike (Randy Giles). He comes with glasses, watcher journals and a sword.

Spike

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Second Series (2000)

  • Spike I. This figure was made exclusively available through Fandom.com. This action figure is based on promotional photos reflecting Spike’s basic look throughout the second, third and fourth seasons of the program. Spike comes with a railroad spike, a dagger, a cross (slightly covered with a white cloth), a firepoker, a hook stick, an axe, and a bladed staff. His base is a section of a graveyard, complete with a stone monument in the shape of a cross. This exclusive figure of Spike was sculpted by Dene Mason. This Spike action figure comes with sixteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, thighs, and knees.
  • Vampire Spike. This figure was made exclusively available through Moore Action Collectables. This action figure is based on promotional photos reflecting Spike’s basic look throughout the second, third and fourth seasons of the program. Spike comes with a railroad spike, a dagger, a cross (slightly covered with a white cloth), a firepoker, a hook stick, an axe, and a bladed staff. His base is a section of a graveyard, complete with a stone monument in the shape of a cross. This exclusive figure of Spike was sculpted by Dene Mason. This Spike action figure comes with sixteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, thighs, and knees.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Ikon Figures

  • Blue Shirt Spike. Accessories include a railroad spike, a dagger, a cross (slightly covered with a white cloth), a firepoker, a hook stick, an axe, and a bladed staff. His base is a section of a graveyard, complete with a stone monument in the shape of a cross, which is an altered color from the original base that came with the Fandom exclusive Spike figure.
  • Green Shirt Spike. Accessories include a railroad spike, a dagger, a cross (slightly covered with a white cloth), a firepoker, a hook stick, an axe, and a bladed staff. His base is a section of a graveyard, complete with a stone monument in the shape of a cross, which is an altered color from the original base that came with the Fandom exclusive Spike figure.

Both figures were Australian Exclusives and were supposed to each have a Vampire Version, but the line was canceled before they were mass produced.

Angel Second Series (2004)

  • Season 5 Spike. Based on his final season in the Buffyverse on the spinoff Angel. This figure includes are a "Kiss the Librarian" mug, the golden chalice from "Destiny", removable goggles, the amulet from "Chosen", a kitten (for those late-night poker games), and an altar base.
  • "Just Rewards" Vampire Spike. Based on the episode of Angel when Spike comes back from the dead and shows his fangs. This figure includes a blood bag, stake, railroad spike, axe, and altar base.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2004)

  • "Fool for Love" Spike. Based on the episode in which he tells Buffy the story of how he defeated two Slayers as she herself was badly wounded and wants to know how to avoid death. Spike tells of his time in New York City in which he murders the Vampire Slayer Nikki Wood. Wearing a Punk Rock outfit with hair, makeup and all, this figure depicts his appearance perfectly. Accessories include a lighter, two bottles, a subway pipe, and an altar base.
  • "Grave" Spike. Based on the pivotal Season Six Finale in which Spike is tested, bruised and screams in pain of regaining his soul, his likeness and emotion are captured perfectly. Accessories include a cloth blanket, stake, poetry book, and altar base.
  • "Beneath You" Spike. Based on the episode in which Anyanka turns an ex-boyfriend of a spurned women into a Sluggoth Demon and Spike tries to help, in fact making things worse. Towards the end of the episode Buffy finds out that Spike has regained his soul and that he did it for her. His Accessories include a rat, shovel, lighter, stake, and altar base.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Exclusives

  • "Chosen" Spike. This figure was created by using golden translucent plastic with the sculpt from "Grave" Spikes head and a Season 5 Spike body, it was to appear as though he was glowing as he was burning. It was a bagged exclusive and did not include any accessories.
  • "Fool for Love" Jacketed Spike. Based on the episode "Fool for Love" right after he removes Nikki Woods leather jacket from her lifeless body and puts it on, the only accessory included is a pole. This was also a bagged exclusive figure.
  • Season 5 Jacketed Spike. Based on his Season 5 appearance in Angel when he was wearing his leather duster. This was a carded Blood Drive exclusive that could only be acquired through giving blood, eBay or through those that went to donate blood. He includes the same accessories as Just Rewards Spike.

Angel Deluxe Figures (2006)

  • "Destiny" Spike. Based on the Season 5 episode in which Spike and Angel fight for the title of the Vampire with the soul that will be turned Human by drinking from a Goblet. They soon fight for the cup with Angel losing the battle with Spike and drinking form the Goblet which turns out to be nothing more than Mountain Dew. They soon find out that they have been distracted from what is really going on. His Accessories include a wooden plank and a huge golden cross both used to hit Angel with as well as an extra pair of arms.
  • "Destiny" Battle Damaged Spike. Based on the Season 5 episode right after his fight with Angel, they are both badly beaten and bloody from fighting with each other. His accessories include the same as the regular version.
  • "School Hard" Spike. Based on his first appearance in Buffy studying her so that he could later fight her, he moves to Sunnydale with his love Drusilla. He destroys the Anointed One and takes command of his Vampire followers. He is also attacked by Joyce Summers with an axe in this episode as she believes that he is on PCP and is protecting her daughter. Accessories include an axe and extra arms.
  • "Doomed" Spike. Based on the episode in which he tries to wash his clothes and shrinks them, resulting in him wearing a ridiculous outfit of Xander's. He later helps Buffy to stop the end of the world by preventing Demons from finishing the spell by throwing themselves in to the Hellmouth. It is in this episode in which Spike realizes that he can hurt Demons and by the end of the episode wants to do nothing more than to kick some Demon butt. This figure can only be purchased by buying him with a 2 pack with "Sense & Sensitivity" Angel. His Accessories include a Pizza box, and a stake.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Ninth Series (2006)

  • Watcher's Boxset: "Tabula Rasa" Spike (Randy Giles). Based on the Season Six episode in which Willow casts a Tabula Rasa spell to make Buffy forget about Heaven and Tara forget about the fight that they had as well as a forgetful spell to make her forget it. The spell goes horrible wrong and everyone that is in The Magic Box also fall under the spell. With Buffy, Spike, Giles, Xander, Willow, Dawn, Tara and Anya all forgetting anything that they knew about themselves. With a Shark Debt Collector coming after Spike, he disguised himself by wearing a brown suit that has a stitching on the inside saying that it was made for with care for Randy. He believes that he is Giles' son and calls himself Randy Giles. This figure is included in a Watchers Box Set with "Checkpoint" Giles and "The Shroud of Rahmon" Wesley. Accessories include stakes, a hunting hat and a Magic Box training room base.

Tara Maclay

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Fifth Series (2004)

  • "New Moon Rising" Tara Maclay. Based on the episode in which Oz comes back and Willow finds out that she is a lesbian and is in love with Tara. She is wearing Willows sweater in which Oz can smell it and through his new capability of controlling his Werewolf Change. He then becomes remotely jealous and attacks Tara, Oz is then taken to the Initiative and studied on. He is later rescued from Buffy and Willow says her final goodbye going to Tara and letting her know of her love for her. Accessories include a shoulder bag, candle, potion bottle, spell book, bookshelf, and a wooden floor base, her base connects with Season 5 Willows base.
  • "Hush" Tara Maclay. Based on her characters first appearance in Willow's Wicca Group, this is also the episode in which everyone loses their voices from the Gentlemen stealing them all to capture seven hearts. They try to get Tara's and Willow comes to her protection. Her accessories are the same as those that came with "New Moon Rising" Tara.
  • "Triangle" Tara Maclay. Based on the episode in which Giles leaves The Magic Box under Anya's control. Anya and Willow cannot seem to stop fighting and put Xander directly in the middle creating a Triangle just as the episode is titled. Willows spell goes wrong and releases Olaf the Troll from a Gem in which he was trapped by witches. It is later discovered that Anya was the one that turned Olaf-her ex-boyfriend into a Troll, in turn making her a Vengeance Demon. Willow later performs a spell sending Olaf away and keeping his hammer. This was an exclusive figure that was only available by purchasing her through Amber Benson (Tara) herself through her website, with an autographed card and an autographed CD that has music performed by Amber Benson herself. Her accessories are the same as "New Moon Rising" Tara
  • Together Forever "Hush" Tara Maclay. Another figure based on her first appearance on Buffy. This figure can only be purchased in a two pack with "Hush" Willow. The two pack was titled "Together Forever" as Willow and Tara were meant to be. Her accessories include a purse, love candle, mortar and pestle, wooden floor base, and a mini figure of the couple’s beloved cat, Miss Kitty Fantastico.

Wesley Wyndam-Pryce

Angel Third Series (2005)

  • Season 4 Wesley Wyndam-Pryce. Based on his generic appearance in most of Season 4 as the devastation from The Beast goes into effect. Accessories include a shotgun, bloody axe, Angel's Soul, Rhinehardt's Compendium and a weapons cabinet base.
  • "Parting Gifts" Wesley Wyndam-Pryce. Based on the episode in which Cordelia gets her first vision and Wesley first appears as a Rogue Demon Hunter. He appears in Los Angeles hunting a Demon in his Black Leather Coat, Black Leather Pants and on his motorcycle, he comes to Angels aid in rescuing Cordelia and becomes part of Angel Investigations soon after this episode. Accessories include an axe, crossbow, black helmet, pink helmet and a weapons cabinet base.
  • "Waiting in the Wings" Wesley Wyndam-Pryce. Based on the episode in which Angel, Cordelia, Wesley, Gunn and Fred go to the ballet. Wesley finds himself standing by as Gunn and Fred hook up, Angel and Cordelia also fall under a spell in the episode and almost have sex. Accessories include a sword, amulet, ballet program and a weapons cabinet base.
  • "Apocalypse, Nowish" Wesley Wyndam-Pryce From the episode "Apocalypse, Nowish" when The Beast appears and starts his devastation. This figure was titled Rain of Fire as that is what the commercials advertised, although it was in fact titled "Apocalypse, Nowish". Accessories include a shotgun, two handguns, crossbow, Rhinehardt's Compendium and a weapons cabinet base.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Figures (2005)

  • "Bad Girls" Wesley Wyndam-Pryce. Based on his first appearance on Buffy as her replacement Watcher as well as Faith's Watcher. He is questioned many times about being evil as the last Watcher Gwendolyn Post was in fact evil. He is shown as a bumbling idiot who neither Buffy or Faith respect and still resort to reporting to Giles. He and Giles are later captured by Balthazar and asked to give up the amulet to which is his. Accessories include a briefcase, Balthazar's amulet, two Watcher's Diaries, wooden cross, bookcase, and a library floor base.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Ninth Series (2006)

  • Watcher's Boxset: "The Shroud of Rahmon" Wesley Wyndam-Pryce. Based on the episode in which The Shroud of Rahmon is to be taken from Demons by Angel only to fall under the spell as well as Gunn. Later Cordelia and Wesley go to warn Angel and end up falling under the Shrouds spell. The Shroud is burned by Angel himself and the spell is broken. Wesley is then interrogated by the Police about Kate's attack while trying to recover the stolen Shroud, Kate later awakes and releases Wesley as her life was saved by Angel. This figure was packaged in a Watchers Boxset with "Checkpoint" Giles and "Tabula Rasa" Spike (Randy Giles). His accessories include his wrist weapon, books, laptop and The Magic Box Training Room base.

Willow Rosenberg

Buffy the Vampire Slayer First Series (1999)

  • Willow Rosenberg I. This action figure is based on Willow’s outfit from season two's "Halloween". Willow comes complete with a blue English notebook, a red Calculus textbook, a backpack with a bear on it and a laptop. This Willow figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore and Andre Jaume. This figure of Willow comes with eight points of articulation; located at the shoulders, elbows, legs, and knees.
  • Red Pants Willow Rosenberg. This figure was made exclusively available through Moore Action Collectibles. This action figure is based on Willow’s outfit from season two's "Halloween". Willow comes complete with a blue English notebook, a red Calculus textbook, a backpack with a bear on it and a laptop. This Willow figure was sculpted by Clayburn Moore and Andre Jaume. This figure of Willow comes with eight points of articulation; located at the shoulders, elbows, legs, and knees.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Fifth Series (2004)

  • Season 5 Willow Rosenberg. Based on her general appearance and her Season 5 hairstyle. Her Accessories include spell books, spell pouch, and potion bottle.
  • Transformation "Smashed" Willow Rosenberg. Based on the episode in which Willow lets go of herself and goes with Amy to visit Rack a mystical man with enormous power. Her black eyes and high on magic causes her to bring a demon forth and endanger Dawn. She then realizes that she has an addiction and must stop, otherwise more of her friends will be hurt in the process. Her accessories include a spell component pouch, small potion bottle, two different spellbooks, and an imitation wooden floor base.
  • "The Wish" Vampire Willow Rosenberg. Based on the episode with an alternate dimension that is wished by Cordelia through an amulet given to her by a Vengeance Demon named Anyanka. In this alternate dimension, Buffy never came to Sunnydale, Willow and Xander are Vampires, Giles is not a Watcher but is in charge of the White Hats, Angel is tortured and The Master is alive.
  • "Doppelgangland" Vampire Willow Rosenberg. Based on the episode where Anya uses Willow to perform a spell to bring back her powers, it goes awfully wrong when the Vampire Willow from that dimension becomes part of there world and there are two Willows.
  • "Grave" Dark Witch Willow Rosenberg. Based on the Season 6 Finale in which Willow grieved by the loss of Tara takes in the power of all of the magic books at The Magic Box, from Rack and from Giles' power that was given to him from the coven she is intent on destroying the world to get rid of all of it's pain that she feels from taking in the Power of the coven.
  • "Chosen" White Witch Willow Rosenberg. Based on the series finale of Buffy when her hair turned completely white because of the spell cast to empower all of the Potential Slayers with the power of an actual Slayer.
  • World Tour Willow Rosenberg. This was an exclusive bagged figure that was considered a Dingoes Ate My Baby World Tour version and was the same sculpt of the Season 5 Willow, and the torso of the Transformation Willow just repainted to include a Dingoes Ate My Baby shirt that she is wearing.
  • San Diego Comic Convention "Seeing Red" Dark Witch Willow Rosenberg. Based on the last episodes of Season Six. Her eyes are red as they were in the episode "Seeing Red" when she was angry because of Tara's death.
  • Holiday Willow Rosenberg. Based on her religion as being Jewish, this was a Holiday exclusive bagged figure given away to collectors from Diamond Selec Toys themselves. She featured a menorah on her shirt and was dressed in Holiday colors.
  • Together Forever "Hush" Willow Rosenberg. Based on her and Tara's first encounter together, she was packaged in a two pack set with Tara. Sharing accessories with the Tara figure, they include a purse, love candle, mortar and pestle, wooden floor base, and a mini figure of the couple’s beloved cat, Miss Kitty Fantastico.
  • Willow's Spellbook: "The Wish" Bloody Vampire Willow Rosenberg, "Grave" Dark Witch Willow Rosenberg with different energy ball & "Chosen" Articulated White Witch Willow Rosenberg. The Spellbook featured the same figures with small differences from the original figures that were released.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Deluxe Figures(2007)

  • "Chosen" Willow Rosenberg. Based on her appearance in the final episode of Buffy , she has her signature red hair and her likeness is remarkable. Accessories include her laptop, candles and Scythe accessories.
  • "Chosen" Willow Rosenberg Limited White haired chase . The chase of the red haired Willow having White hair as it was changed from performing the spell to empower the Potential Slayers with the power of a True Slayer. Accessories include the same as the red haired "Chosen" Willow: laptop, candles and Scythe accessories.
  • "Doppelgangland" Vampire Willow Rosenberg. Based on the episode in which Anya tricked Willow into performing a spell to get her powers back, the spell goes wrong when the alternate world Willow is brought into the real one with two Willows. She was knocked out and then Willow switched their clothes to pretend that she was Vampire Willow. Vampire Willow wearing a fluffy pink sweater tricks Cordelia into opening the cage that she is locked up in and then chases after Cordelia who is then saved by Wesley. By the end of the episode she is transported back to the alternate world in which she is killed. Her accessories include the plate that has Anyanka's Amulet drawn on it, as well as a tranquilizer gun.
  • "Halloween" Ghost Willow Rosenberg. Based on the first Halloween episode of Buffy. Ethan Rayne casts a spell that makes everyone that buys their enchanted costumes and supplies from his Halloween shop to become the costume. Buffy is transformed into a Victorian Woman; Xander, a Military Soldier; Willow, a Ghost; Larry, a Pirate and so many others become Demons and Goblins. The spell is then broken when the statue of Janus is destroyed. Accessories include a Halloween Pumpkin to hold candy, a Janus Statue.
  • "Tough Love" Willow Rosenberg. Based on her look when she is trying to get revenge on Glory for stealing Tara's mind. She goes after Glory empowered by Magic and floating into her apartment to hurt her. Her accessories include a bag of knives, spellbook as well as other episode specific accessories.

Winifred Burkle

Angel Fourth Series (2005)

  • "The Price"Winifred Burkle. Based on an outfit that she wore in Season Three, which was first worn in the episode "The Price". This was the only Fred figure that was made with the Angel/Fred/Illyria Fourth Series line. Her neck was originally longer but was scaled down to be the same height as other action figures from the Series. Her accessories include an axe-thrower, Physics book, Portals book, microscope, container of Chinese food and Hyperion Hotel base featuring Fred's post-Pylea drawings.

Xander Harris

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Third Series (2001)

  • "Dead Man's Party" Xander Harris. This action figure is based on Xander's outfit from the season three episode, "Dead Man's Party". Xander comes with two stakes, an axe, and a tranquilizer gun. His base is a section of a graveyard, complete with a gravestone that reads, "I laugh in the face of danger, then hide till it goes away." This Xander figure was sculpted by Dene Mason & Curt Chiarelli. This Xander action figure comes with sixteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, lower arms, waist, legs, thighs, and knees.
  • "Halloween" Military Xander Harris. This figure was made exclusively available through Moore Action Collectibles. This action figure is based on Xander's outfit from the season two episode, "Halloween". Xander comes with two stakes, an axe, and a tranquilizer gun. His base is a section of a graveyard, complete with a gravestone that reads, "I laugh in the face of danger, then hide till it goes away." This Xander figure was sculpted by Dene Mason & Curt Chiarelli. This Xander action figure comes with sixteen points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, lower arms, waist, legs, thighs, and knees.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Eighth Series (2006)

  • Season 7 Xander Harris. Based on his appearance in the climatic Seventh Season. His accessories include a hammer, toolbox, bow, arrow, hard hat and a Sunnydale High display base.
  • "Chosen" Xander Harris. Based on his appearance in the Series Finale. His accessories include a sword, Bringer's knife and shadowcaster with a Seal of Danzalthar base.
  • "The Wish" Vampire Xander Harris. Based on the alternate universe when Cordelia wished that Buffy never came to Sunnydale, Xander and Willow are vampires. They are under the control of The Master, whom Buffy never killed. His accessories include a broken arrow, wine bottle, glass of blood, table and Bronze display base.
  • Ice Cream Xander Harris. Based on his job in Season Four of being an Ice Cream Man. His accessories include an ice cream cone, ice cream scoop, human heart, plate of cheese slices and ice cream display base.
  • Undercover Initiative Soldier Xander Harris. Based on when he went Undercover as an Initiative Soldier.

Miscellaneous

Buffy the Vampire Slayer First Series (1999)

  • The Master. This action figure is based on The Master's outfit throughout the first season of the program. The Master comes with two candelabras, which are both different sizes, complete with lit candles. The figure was sculpted by Victor Kane. The Master figure comes with nine points of articulation; located at the neck, shoulders, elbows, legs and knees.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Fourth Series (2002)

  • The Gentlemen I. This action figure is based on the Gentlemen's attire from the season four episode, "Hush". Gentleman One comes with a heart, an extra set of hands, a pair of scissors, a pair of tongs, and a jar filled with blood. It also comes with one of the Gentlemen's henchmen. Its base is the right half of the infamous clock tower, which has two pouches and two gears on it. The other half of the clock tower is used as Gentleman Two's base. Their connected bases put together the Gentlemen's lair from "Hush". This Gentleman figure was sculpted by Jeremy Bush. This Gentleman action figure comes with ten points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists and waist.
  • The Gentlemen II. This action figure is based on the Gentlemen's attire from the season four episode, "Hush". Gentleman Two comes with the "voice" box (which stole every citizen of Sunnydale's voice), a pair of pliers, a scalpel, an extra set of hands, a tall bottle, and a pick. It also comes with one of the Gentlemen's henchmen. Its base is the left half of the infamous clock tower, which has a crate, large pouch and rope on it. The other half of the clock tower is used as Gentleman One's base. Their connected bases put together the Gentlemen's lair from "Hush". This Gentleman figure was sculpted by Jeremy Bush. This Gentleman action figure comes with ten points of articulation, located at the neck, shoulders, biceps, elbows, wrists and waist.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Tenth Series (2007)

  • The Judge. This action figure can be assembled by collecting figures from the Tenth Series, with each figure including a piece that will create this figure.

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