(Superboy and Krypto)
Celibrating an age of innocence, DC Direct calls forth the Silver Age versions of some of your favorite characters from that era. This box set contains four figures, the silver age Superboy and Supergirl and mini-figures of Krypto the Superdog and Streaky the Supercat! This review will cover the Superboy and Krypto figures.
Superboy, in his original incarnation as a young Superman growing up in Smallville, USA, stands about six inches tall with a marvelous sculpt done by Tim Bruckner that captures the all American Boy look of the young superhero.
The paint job is nice and clean. Superboy has sixteen points of articulation at his ankles, knees, top of his legs, waist, wrists, elbows, biceps, shoulders, and neck. The biceps feel weird when moves and there is...[See More]
(Supergirl and Streaky the Supercat)
Celebrating an age of innocence, DC Direct brings us the two greatest heroes of the Silver Age of Comics and their loyal companions, Superboy and Supergirl! This reveiw will cover Supergirl and Streaky the Supercat.
Supergirl stands just a quater of an inch shorter than Superboy and is sculpted by Tim Bruckner as well. The paint application is smooth and invoces a warm feeling when combined with Kara Zor-El's cute face.
The blue skirt is a bit stiffer than the cape, but does not restrict leg articulation as much as I thought it would, though be careful as I've noticed some stress marks on the back of the skirt which could presumably tear.
Supergirl has a good level of articulation at her ankles, knee's, hidden leg joints do to the skirt, waist,...[See More]
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