Happy Halloween! I have been saving this figure for a long time. I ran out of time last year and didn't get to review her in time for Halloween. GamePro was a video game magazine published from 1989-2011. Like Wizard, ToyFare, and all the many great hobby magazines, it died in the face of the internet. Apparently (I'm not a gamer!) the magazine had an assortment of original characters that would act as video game reviewers. These characters were originally created as nicknames for the various editors, but eventually they took on their own personalities and eventually new reviewers would be writing under the pseudonyms. In 2002, JoyRide Studios released a very cool (but random) set of action figures based on these characters as well as some actual video game characters. This figure of Miss Spell is really well made. JoyRide was folded into its parent company in 2007, but before that they had produced great figures of Halo, James Bond & Battlestar Galactica among others. Let's check out Miss Spell!
Miss Spell comes with a Book of Spells, a Wand, and a Figure Stand.
No, that's not a tattoo. It's her edition number stamped on her left outer leg. She was an edition of 2500.
Time for a Comparison Pic!
and Happy Halloween!