Looks like this 6.5-inch version of Freeze is based on the "Batman - Mr Freeze" one-shot comic, and it's pretty nifty, magnificent sculpting, but there's no point in having so much detail if there's no paint or shading on the figure to show it off. The fig is just dark-blue with some silver bits and some strategic fine white spray to simulate frost (doesn't work too well). What I really don't understand is why Mattel decided to not let his head move separately from the body. In other words, why did they spend the money to install some crazy mechanism in Freeze's body instead of just making the neck a simple swivel-joint? Whatever direction the feet point, that's where the head faces, it does make for natural posing, but we can do that ourselves, just as easily, without annoying gimmicks....[See More]
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