Ace Ventura Gets Animated in New Upcoming Figure from NECA

NECA has finally shown off the next animated figure for their Toony Classics line, Ace Ventura Pet Detective. This will be the yet another non-horror animated figure to come out of NECA in their newest line called Toony Classic. We originally saw glimpses of this figure during New York Toy Fair 2020. This Ace Ventura is getting animated once again with this figure based on his appearance from his cartoon that ran between 95'-2000. The figure showcases the Pet Detective with a monkey and a bird on his arms while standing on an alligator. Oddly enough, he will come with two heads that will go between open and closed mouths. He will stand at roughly 6", brightly colored, and captures the animated Ace Ventura very well. This will be a must have collectible for any dedicated Jim Carrey or Ace fans.

It is nice to see that NECA will continue to keep expanding its Toony line outside of horror. It will be very interesting to see if they animated a character who has not been animated before. Of course, Ace has been animated before but even still they captured it quite well and the pose and surrounds they gave him to make him a nice collectible all around. The Ace Ventura Pet Detective 6" Toony Classics Figure from NECA is set to release in October. Pre-orders are not live just yet but you will be able to him here when it goes live. Check out some of the other upcoming Toony Classic figures like Bill & Ted, Back to the Future, and Bob Ross.

"The newest addition to the Toony Classics line is Ace Ventura as he appears in the Ace Ventura: Pet Detective 90s cartoon! Standing atop an alligator, Ace is approximately 6″ tall and comes with a gaggle of animal companions. Figure comes in blister card packaging."

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About Tyler Roberts

He has been the Collectibles Editor since late 2019. Funko Funatic, Historian, Air Force Veteran, and dedicated collector of many things.
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