Ugly and clumsy, anything but clever, humped and ruined...that's what Orcs are made of and you're looking at a very very cool figure which represents the Orcish race in such a cool example.
It is highly detailed and articulated. I particullary like the front of his armor with the given accent on the many belts. It is indeed a clumsy one and a bit massive and disproportional just like the Orcs are I suppose. The classy characteristic of a button on the back making it ready for action enables you to make moves with his cool orcish dark black blade. The mobility of it it's mostly concentrated on hands and feet.
I highly recommend to anyone who collects the ToyBiz series and anyone who likes to enforce the armies of Mordor on his/her shelf. Enjoy it....[See More]
Why do companies insist upon repacking everything and calling it something different. Here’s yet another example. The first time this figure came out it was with a hobbit, now here we have the EXACT figure but by itself. Standing at about 5 and a half inches, this guy is shorter then most other characters, mostly because his sculpt has him hunched. He comes with one weapon, a sword, no sheath. He also has the overused lever on his back, left arm goes up then comes back down.
Most of his body is encased in black armor. The only exception to this being his head which is a bright orange. Don’t know about everyone else but I think an orange orc is a bit out there.
Movement stays true, being present in the head, shoulders, elbows, wrists, thighs, knees and feet.
An ok figure, my only...[See More]
Subseries from Lord of the Rings - Two Towers Toy Series
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