Holy smokes how fast does time pass by? I wanted to do this review on my Biggie toy for a while, but never had the time. Then when I finally did I noticed that the toy was made in 2006. Back then I remember that I was the only person that knew about this toy before it released. I wanted it because he’s a fat chubby toy that looks unique in any collection. Since it wasn’t hyped on release I was able to get him for less than $18 (now he sells for much more).
Biggie was made by Mezco Toyz, a company that specializes in unique pop culture toys and collectables. I like them because they make toys that other toy manufactures would never dream of making. Biggie was part of a series of Hip-Hop collectables that Mezco made, which also included Public Enemy and various bobbleheads. The Biggie doll is the best in my opinion because he stands at 9 inches tall, and comes dressed in various clothes. I was never a huge fan of Biggie Smalls (except for a few tracks), but this action figure sure makes me appreciate his talents even more.
Bonus: picture of Biggie without any clothes, lol you know you were wondering