The Gaang returns in an adorably chibi form for this new Avatar: The Last Airbender figure set. I mean, just look at them. Heck, even the box is just absolutely adorable.
The Little Gaang?
Fisher-Price has just released their Avatar: The Last Airbender set as part of their Little People Collector collection. As you can see above, the collection contains chibi versions of all members of the Gaang, minus Zuko and Suki. With chibi versions of their own weapons, no less.
The Avatar: The Last Airbender Little People Collector figure set has a retail price of $19.99. You can either head to Walmart in person to purchase this figure set, or order online at Walmart’s website or at Mattel.com. Walmart claims that is exclusive to them, but the fact that Mattel is selling it too seems to contradict their claim. Although it seems like Walmart is the only chain store selling this figure set. That could make their claim technically true.
Avatar: The Last Airbender Little People Collector Set ~ Details
The Avatar: The Last Airbender Little People Collector figure set contains 4 members of the Gaang: Sokka, Aang, Katara, and Toph. All of them are wearing their iconic outfits from the early seasons, and are wielding their signature weapons in the form of a boomerang, glider, water from that water skin, and the space rock bracelet respectively. In chibi form, no less.
Each figure in the Avatar: The Last Airbender Little People Collector figure set stands at a mere 2.5 inches tall, or 6.9 centimeters for everyone outside the US. This makes them just over half again the height of a Lego minifigure for size comparison. This means that you could pose them in a Lego set, and pretend that they’re giants stomping all over your little minifigures. You know, have the Gaang pretend to be kaiju and all. Just a thought.
The Avatar: The Last Airbender Little People Collector figure set is officially rated ages 1-112 years old. Yes, really, in a nice nod to the actual show, where 12-year old Aang is technically 112 thanks to magical cryonics. The box is even a figure in its own right. Apparently, the Appa part of the box has soft material flocked over it. Sadly, the Momo drawing isn’t flocked, but at least you can pet (and boop) that Appa head to your heart’s content.