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I think we should merge this new page with the Star Wars Muppets PVC figures page. They're the same line of products, even if the new ones have some differences.

But first, a question: The original page is called "PVC figures"; Nick called this one "action figures". From what I can see, the big difference is that the old figures were a solid piece, and the new figures will have some joints. I'm not sure at what point a PVC figure with joints becomes an "action figure". Tara Toys made a line of "poseable figures" in 1985 that seem to have a comparable level of articulation.

So -- maybe that means we call them "Star Wars Muppets figures" and leave it at that? -- Danny @fandom (talk) 00:34, June 2, 2011 (UTC)

Yeah, PVC is often used as a synonym for the Applause-style non-moveable figures/figurines, but literally it just refers to the materials (it's unclear what the new toys are made of from the article). So I think "Star Wars Muppet figures" works as a title. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 00:49, June 2, 2011 (UTC)

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