here. Most figures are still found easily through online retailers and auction websites. Local retailers also stock them but it is hit and miss. Toy-R-Us, Hastings and Target are your best bets though I still see them at some of the bigger Wal-Marts. Some of the older more rare and/or more popular figures may come with a hefty price but the base figures can start at anywhere from $7 to $20 but again that is based on popularity and availability. McFarlane also offers different licensed action figures such as Halo, Walking Dead, Assassin's Creed, as well as music artists.
The figures themselves are great. I am that sports guy who is a big fan of my teams and favorite players. This gives me one more way to show my support. I only wish I had more room to put them out. Still I love the detail, poses and variety. They are also durable but watch out for some of the smaller or thinner accessories like balls, bats, sticks and helmets. I highly suggest these to anyone who is a big sports fan or knows one and might want to give one as a gift. The figures are typically 6 inches but with accessories definitely can be bigger. McFarlane also produces a 12" line on a much smaller scale. There are also special edition figures that come out from time to time for an event such as the World Series or NBA Finals winners three packs. Also customer figures can found or requested on the auction sites or with a quick search of the internet of "custom McFarlane figures" via Google or your favorite search engine. Again don't hesitate to check them out. I don't think you'll be disappointed.