They may also have no identity beyond the figure that we see. That mask might not ever come off during off hours. All in all, it's hilarious that we probably thought about it more than whoever put this together to showcase these figures. More than what people say about Saturday morning cartoons, these are animated toy commercials. It's like when you watch an old Batman figure commercial and you see neon light Batman stood next to ice blast Batman at the end of the ad.
So, in the animated series Jellystone!, has anyone noticed that Snorky's design is based off what he looked like in the first season of The Banana Splits Adventure Hour rather than in the second season of said show?