When initially released, I don't believe there was strong interest in these characters, hence sales weren't robust and thwarted any chances of more releases from this film. A great pose was chosen for Robin Hood and translated into a well executed sculpture. Why wasn't this scene more popular and why the sudden interest now?
Robin Hood made his WDCC debut in February, 2003 along with an Opening Title, Little John and the Sheriff of Nottingham (all Open Edition) and Maid Marian (Members Only Scene Completer). In August 2004, they were joined by Prince John & Sir Hiss (Members Only Numbered Limited Edition). All sculpted by Dusty Horner. Robin Hood, Little John and the Sheriff of Nottingham were all retired in November, 2004.
The Opening Title was not retired, so hopefully we'll still see future releases from this film.