If I was putting together a list of my favorite movies of all-time, The Incredibles would be high on that list. In fact, I'd be hard pressed to pick just one Pixar film. Everything the folks at Pixar do is great. To me, though, The Incredibles was the best of the bunch. Amazing CGI animation, a wonderful story by Brad Bird, (channelling his inner Stan Lee... I mean seriously, this is the best Fantastic Four story ever told) who also wrote the underrated Iron Giant, with amazing voice acting by Craig T. Nelson (in his best role since Coach), Holly Hunter and Jason Lee.
The above figures were released as Disney store exclusives shortly after the release of the film. They all contained movie accurate sculpts, as the turnarounds for the film were used for the sculpts of the figures. As an added action feature, Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl and Dash contained LED logos on their chests that lit up when pressed. Elastigirl came packed with Baby Jack Jack and Violet came packed with a translucent "invisible" Violet (pictured left), which was by far the coolest and hardest to find of the bunch. Each of the figures also came packed with an Incredibles logo ring (way too small to fit on my finger but Scrappy loved them), as well as art deco style trading cards in the style of the art on the closing credits of the film.
Also part of this extremely exclusive line were Frozone, Syndrome and young Mr. Incredible. I own all except for Syndrome.