Hula Girl :: Playmobil Fi?ures Series 4

...with some minor improvements!

Actually, this is how she comes in the newest wave of Playmobil Fi?ures to hit Toys R Us - many months late! This Fi?ures Series 4 Hula Girl was finally found at Toys R Us in a counter display of the blind bagged Playmobil figures next to the returns desk.

I had to use the squeeze method because Playmobil Fi?ures do not have a discernible code or hidden dot pattern to find out what you are getting beforehand. She also comes with a flower, so you can feel for that, or feel for the grass skirt.

But all that is boring - I needed the Hula Girl in order to turn her into a Tiki masked superhero, complete with flintlock gun and spear!

The gun and spear came from a lot of Playmobil figures and accessories I found at a garage sale a while back, and the mask came from the Playmobil Headhunter I've had for a couple years now.

Hula Girl is the only Fi?ures Series 4 figure I picked up this time out. I may snag a couple more for more custom ideas I have, but she was the figure I wanted the most, so I consider finding her a success! Especially considering how long Playmobil fans have been waiting for these to hit stores!


  1. To steal a song title from Elvis...."Rock-A-Hula...Rock...Rock....A Hula" ! lol. Great stuff Eric. : )

  2. Ooh, I'll have to keep an eye out for em!

  3. That is a fantastic custom figure.

  4. Cool. I found series 5 and got a couple yesterday. So all those numbers on the back mean nothing?

    1. Nope, so far on one has discovered any discernible code on these things!

  5. The nice thing about the Playmobil Fi?ures is the feel technique is pretty easy when compared to the LEGO minifigures. None of the figures from series 4 or 5 really catch my interest, but I like what you've done with the Hula Girl!

    I've been able to get a hold of all the figures I'm interested in except for the Vampiress. She even has a goblet of blood!