Oct 3, 2022

World's Smallest Headless Horseman

 This year we're bringing back Headless Horseman Day, or Headless HorseMonday! What better way to kick it off than with the smallest thing possible?

Super Impulse has been cranking out the World's Smallest line for awhile with things ranging from action figures to working video games to classic board games and toys. I wasn't lucky enough to find a Mego Headless Horseman when it came out but I guess having a reeeally tiny one is better than none at all, right?

The exterior packaging seems to be put together in a way that makes it impossible to open without destroying it. But maybe you need tough packaging when you have small things that could easily fall into someone's pocket.

So just how small is World's Smallest?

Considering the size, they've done an outstanding job on everything including the packaging. There's a door on the back that lets you take out the figure and be able to put it back inside. They get a lot of points for that! In this series (Horror 2) there's also the Fly and the Mummy. There's also sets for classic and modern Universal horror figures, but no Creature as of yet.

The butler from the LEGO Haunted Mansion set stopped by to show you just how small this Horseman is. The figure has articulation on the arms and head and comes with a stand and sword. Although I'll be darned if I can figure out how to get the small sword into his itty bitty hand!

While I was messing around with him, I discovered that his head comes off! I mean, what good would a Headless Horseman be if his head didn't come off, right? It also explained why his right arm was in an odd position. Now if I could just get that sword in the other hand...

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  1. I have a few World's smallest (GIJOE, Transformers, MOTU) but I must have this. I had no idea he was made so ty for the post.

  2. I've seen some of the other lines in stores but have yet to see any monsters in stores. I had to get this guy online.