bobtheodd wrote:For me I'm about the looks, so if its statue like, next to no articulation, I'm fine with that. But the articulation is a definite bonus.
Purity wrote:For me, I highly prefer articulation and about 95% of the figures I own are articulated. However, there are many figures(mainly from Spawn) in which I am in love with their paint, sculpt, and overall look, or I may love the character, but the articulation is limited to non-existent. i still buy them though. I say, if you like how the figure looks buy two and use the pieces of one and make a custom out of it. I'll be doing that for Spawn's Redeemer figure. I've got one, nad if I can get my hands on another, I'll put the armor,accessories, and wings on a ML body. So yes, I wish every figure was awesome looking and greatly articulated to boot, but if it still looks cool I say why not.
Yeah, McFarlane Toys' main focus is to, as Mr. McFarlane himself has said "get it right." As in, he wants to make sure his figures look incredible, which they do. Also, bear in mind the figures of when McFarlane toys was first starting. They didn't look so proffessional and life-like as they do today. McFarlane toys really revolutionized the toy making business by making figures that looked outstanding. I think they started to realize some collectors are in love with articulation, so they've started to articulate some figures.
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