Figure is "battle ravaged", with good, detailed paint apps. The eyes light up. The whole head is cast in an amber plastic. The green is painted on most of the helmet, except for the back. This is not too noticeable. When light hits the back of the helmet, it travels through to the eyes. Lots of articulation-Same body as Series 1.
This Green Goblin is "different" from all the other movie goblin figures, because its "Battle Damaged". Heard that before. But its to just a cheap marketing technique. This figure is actually pretty cool. The damage, combined with a darker green and darker, reflective eyes create a much more gritty and realistic feel for movie Goblin. He comes with his trident, as seen at the end of the movie, as well as a catapulting wall base. His light up eyes are really unique. They are not glow in the dark, but rather light-piped. Well, sort of. You see, the head is cast in a translucent amber plastic. The green is painted on, except on the back. You can't really tell, but its not. This means that when light hits the back, it travels to the eyes. Its a very cool effect. It looks great even with no...[See More]
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