Eh... okay, Batman is nice enough. Kiss should sell though every time Gene Simmons opens his mouth anymore people want to deck him. Conan and Tarzan might have some collector interest but Tarzan's full body suit trying to mimic skin looks pretty bad. Evel Knievel might've been big in the 70s but now he's just an old racist who isn't relevant. I don't know of anyone who's really jumping for joy over Gilligan's Island or Dallas, and the line does seem to reek mostly of "these licenses were cheap". Dallas and Gilligan are 12" which means a good chance they'll be highly expensive and sell poorly.
I have to wonder why no Gunsmoke, Bonanza or Andy Griffith? Gunsmoke ran 20 years and I'd have to think a Marshal Dillon figure would sell better than Gilligan.
Personally I think the Mego type body is bad. After owning Mattel's Ghostbusters I don't think I'd dig into that type of toy again, where articulation is limited for that retro feel. I also suspect the market for these might not be as big as the company is hoping for- buying up random licenses with no market interest is what killed Rhino and ADV.