ML and LCBH questions.
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ML and LCBH questions.

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First, approx. how tall is ML Frankenstein's Monster.

Also, approx. how tall is LCBH Savage Dragon(without head fin)?

And lastly, which of the chain things are Seperate pieces from the main BAF piece for Pitt?

Posted by Lord_Khan
on Tuesday, August 14, 2007
User Comments
argel319 -
Friday, September 7, 2007
If you're making a movie version of the Russian, use what they're recommending.
If you wanna make a pumped out awesome brute, use Legendary ComicBook Heroes CLOWNFACE.

Yeah, I bet we'd all love to see that. With an all new paint job, and a retooled SMC Sandman's head, this would be one awesome toy.
loosecollector -
Sunday, September 2, 2007
You may also try using Toybiz TNA Kevin Nash fig bro. He's the guy given the Russian role in the Movie.
Around as tall as SOTA Sagat.
COLOSSUS -
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
My PITT figure has loose chain pieces on his waist and each leg. The chains on the wrists are molded around the wrists. I left the chains off the ankles b/c they looked a bit too much in my opinion.
cowboyink -
Thursday, August 16, 2007
I concure with Kern XMC Tooth has the height and shoulder width for the russian
Kern -
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Frankie's legs are surprisingly short compared to his torso. I'ld recommend using an XMC Sabertooth instead.
Lord_Khan -
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Ah thank you. I was wondering, because I was thinking about making a figure of the Russian and wasn't sure if Frankenstein would be too tall. And SD for the same reason but I decided against using him as the legs were too skinny compared to the torso and arms.

As for Pitt, I was thinking about getting another Pitt and turning him into some kind of big, super-enraged Hulk.
cowboyink -
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Savage Dragon is right at the same height.
as for the Chains none are actually sculpted on the figures they are all a rubber material
LWes -
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
From my calculations: Pretty much exactly 6.5 inches.
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