The following users have Orion in their collection:
Reviews of Orion
4.50 stars from Dr Nightmare
Orion stands about 6.5 inches to the top of his helmet, which is fine with me! These new DCUC figures feel much sturdier than the old DCSH figs, maybe it's the legs that actually close all the way that give that impression, whatever, they feel nice in hand. The golden harness is flimsy but amazingly detailed and adds depth to an otherwise bland and pretty straight-forward figure. I didn't believe Buzzy Fret when he said the blue parts were actually purple, but they are! They look purple with sky-blue mixed-in, which looks like an odd combination of colors on the mainly red body, but it works I guess, heaven forbid I should argue with Jack Kirby's designs or I'd be STRICKEN AND CAN'T LET YOU GO! WHEN THE HEART IS COLD, THERE'S NO HOPE, AND W. . . Read More
5.00 stars from Buzzy_Fret
I can't believe Mattel offered Darkseid's son / nemesis Orion in the first wave of the new DC Universe Classic (DCUC for short) line! And I'm ecstatic that they did. Orion has been a DC favorite of mine since I was a young 'un. I distinctly remember owning the very first issue of Jack Kirby's New Gods and the image of Orion sailing through the stars on the cover made a huge impression on me.
Mattel has done an incredible job on this figure and the 4 Horsemen design is extremely accurate. Orion doesn't have a lot of details but what he has they nailed. If this is an indication on how the future figures of the DCUC line are going to be made then I think Mattel is going to give Hasbro ML a lot of competition. Maybe Mattel will get the Marvel . . . Read More
The good folks here at Figure Realm try to give you accurate, unbiased, and most importantly, free information on action figures all day everyday! But of course, reviews and an occasional rant can only go so far, that 's why we encourage you to contribute! We're trying to build the largest, most informative, and simplest to use action figure gallery on the planet for every person out there to enjoy. Whether you want to know how many figures are in a series or the name of a certain figure or even if you just want to stare awestruck at all the pretty colors, galleries help everyone. What can you do to help? Glad you asked!