We know a lot of people just want an Indiana Jones figure, even if it means that they won’t get the Ark of the Covenant by getting the entire first wave of Adventure Series figures. Thankfully, this Indiana Jones figure is pretty satisfying on his own. 

Indy comes with two different whips, one that you can unfurl for action stances, and another that’s curled up and ready to hang off Indy’s belt. There’s also a little pistol, as well as a holster that it fits in (though closing the holster with the gun inside can be a little tricky). There’s also a removable satchel, which actually comes already equipped on the figure inside the packaging. And finally, Indy has the Chachapoyan Fertility Idol. However, if you want to recreate the scene where he steals it, you’ll have to wait for the next wave of figures. 

There are also two sets of swappable hands. Some of them are better for holding the whip, pistol, and idol, but two of them are made specifically for fisticuffs, as you can see above. So Indiana Jones is ready for a fight. Sadly, as of now, there’s no figure of the buff, shirtless Nazi mechanic that Indiana Jones gets into a fistfight with next to the Flying Wing. In fact, there’s nobody for Indy to fight, because Belloq and Toht never get into hand-to-hand combat with him. So that’s kind of a bummer. But honestly, fans will probably want to pose him in a myriad of other ways rather than getting in a fight, so it’s not that big of a deal.

Perhaps the only other downside is that Indy’s hat isn’t removable. Granted, you probably don’t want to have to worry about the hat falling off, and he’s pretty much always wearing the hat when he’s in this outfit. But it would have been nice to have an alternate head sculpt with a removable hat, if only to pose Indy retrieving his trademark wardrobe piece.