There are surprisingly few DFC bootlegs. The most common are slightly modified versions of the knights. These knights are just a little bit smaller than standard DFC knights, and four have slightly modified weapons. I have found only one example of these figures in original packaging and it is a strange mash up of DFC, Chinasaurs and The Sword & The Sorcerer. The bootleg knights and some bootleg demons also seem to be associated with the little gray figures pictured below, but I don't know were they come from.
I recently found a header bag of knockoff gray knights from Straco, and carded set from Gordy with both blue and gray knights.
|Very rare bootleg demons.|
|I have found these figures with the bootlegs more than once. So, I think they are related.|
This undated set by Famus Toys has the blue bootleg knights, a Chinasaur giant bird, and the red boarder around the card is the same as on the cards for Arco/Fleetwood's The Sword & The Sorcerer figures. Very strange but very cool.
Here is a interesting set from Gordy with both blue and gray bootleg knights. King Arthur and the knights of Justice. It even includes some authentic medieval razor wire. Dated 1992.
|Stracos' set of the knockoff knights in gray.|
|Joseph Svec III sold me this odd bag of MPC knights with DFC knights and dragonriders.|
|I don't know if these are a factory mistake, a bootleg mix, or some kind of strange joint venture, but I have never seen DFC mixed with MPC before.|
|Miner industries owned MPC.|