I managed to find them on the Toys R Us website during the brief period it was available online. Thankfully, I also found a Christmas present on sale to help get to the free shipping threshold. My local TRU is a bit of a drive for fishing expeditions on the exclusive poly sets, so I'm very happy when I can get my hands on them online. Even if the TRU price is $4.99 on a pretty small set.
What's in the bag?
You get a glorious 32 pieces. Most of them are black. The coffin is all one piece and is large enough to lay a minifigure flat inside. You get a black vehicle grill, some flames, and of course the zombie chauffeur figure that shows up in about half of the Monster Fighters line. He's a pretty good figure and you can't really complain about getting a zombie in a set this small.
Extra pieces consist of a single black cheese slope and trans red 1x1 round plate.
|Small and simple, plus a zombie.|
It's about what you would expect from a 32 piece set. The instructions have all of about eight steps and I probably spent more time sorting out the pieces for a picture than I did actually putting the set together. It's a pretty straight forward design and most of the build is done with the set turned upside down. It's far from impressive, but this set is honestly better advertised as "Here's a ZOMBIE! (and some bricks)"
It's worth picking up if you can find it for retail or you want a complete MF collection. If you have other MF sets, you should have at least a copy of this zombie already. I would probably only seek this out if you badly wanted a zombie and don't feel like buying one of the more expensive sets from the Monster Fighters theme.
|I break for brains!|