The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror ReAction figures

Get Spooky with The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror ReAction Figures by Super7

Ladies and gentlemen, get ready to be transported to a world of spine-tingling terror and hilarity with the newest addition to your action figure collection! Super7, the purveyor of retro-style toys, has teamed up with America’s favorite family – the Simpsons – to bring you the latest series of Treehouse of Horror ReAction action figures.

Fans of the Simpsons Halloween specials will rejoice as they can now add some of the classic classic characters from their favorite episodes to their collection. The devilishly delightful figures are intricately designed with attention to detail and feature the familiar retro-style look that Super7 is renowned for. This series includes a ghoulishly great line-up of fan-favorite characters that will make any collector shriek with delight.

The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror couch gag

So, climb up into the Treehouse of Horror and relive the spookiest, wackiest and most memorable moments with the most terrifying creatures in all of Springfield!

Grim Reaper Homer

Grim Reaper Homer from The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror ReAction series by Super7

Death becomes Homer with the Grim Reaper Homer ReAction figure. From the 2003 Treehouse of Horror XIV episode “Reaper Madness,” when Homer kills Death with a bowling ball to the skull for killing Snowball I and John F. Kennedy, and then has to don the robes and take over when it becomes clear what kind of trouble comes from no one being able to die. Grim Reaper Homer comes with his trusty scythe and scroll of names. Brace yourselves for the afterlife, folks. Homer comes for us all.

Skeleton Marge

Skeleton Marge from The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror ReAction series by Super7

Marge, you look different. Did you do something new with your hair? By the way, has anyone seen Snowball II? Skeleton Marge comes from the 2005 Halloween offering “I’ve Grown a Costume on Your Face” from Treehouse of Horror XVI, in which a witch loses her best costume award (for being a real witch and not wearing a costume) and transforms the citizens of Springfield into real versions of their costumes.

Inside-Out Bart

Inside-Out Bart from The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror ReAction series by Super7

Springfield’s favorite mischief-maker has been flipped inside-out in all his gut-wrenching glory, with his insides on the outside for all to see. Inside-Out Bart comes from Treehouse of Horror V way back in 1994, in which Principal Skinner turns kids in detention into the school lunch. One of the darkest Treehouse of Terror episodes? Probably. But also the most delicious? Definitely. Includes stylish hat and cane.

Kang-Dole Alien President

Alien President from The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror ReAction series by Super7

Remember that time Bob Dole peeled off his face to reveal he was really an alien here to conquer planet Earth and enslave humanity to build a giant death ray? Hilarious. This one comes from 1996 Treehouse of Horror VII episode “Citizen Kang” in which aliens Kang and Kodos abduct presidential candidates Bob Dole and Bill Clinton. I, for one, welcome our articulated plastic alien overlords.

The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror ReAction series by Super7

The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror ReAction action figures by Super7 are the perfect way to add some spooky Halloween fun to your collection. Head over to Super7’s website and grab the whole set today.