|Playful Ram Bam|
|Features||Battle-Matic Action, 5 points of articulation|
|Previous||Playful Top Spinner|
Ram Bam was one of the first ThunderCats action figures produced by Playful Toys. The figure was based on the original 1980s cartoon version of Ram Bam. Standing a solid 5 inches tall, the Ram Bam figure had action features as well as poseable arms, legs and head, thanks to 5 points of articulation.
1. Battle-Matic Action: Just like the LJN Ram Bam, the Playful Top Spinner's action feature was controlled by a lever located on the figure's back. Pressing this lever would make the figure spin rapidly, knocking down any figures nearby with his spiked mace.
2. Poseable limbs and head: The Ram Bam figure had 5 points of articulation, 2 at the shoulders, 2 at the hips, and 1 at the neck. These points allowed the figure to be posed in a variety of action poses.
Playful vs LJNEdit
Even though the Playful figure used the same basic design of the LJN figure, there were some differences between the two:
1. Helmet Horn Color: The two horns on the side of the LJN Ram-Bam were painted purple while those on the Playful figure were painted in metallic silver color.
2. Helmet Band Color: The thin strip of purple color at the bottom of the Playful Ram-Bam's helmet was of a darker shade than that painted on the LJn figure's helmet.
3. Shoulder Pad Color: While the LJN Ram-Bam sported purple colored shoulder pads, those found on the Playful figure were painted black in color.