Marvel Legends (Toy Biz) - Icons - Series 3
A very awesome spider-man figure.the proportions are great.the head sculpt is awesome.he is fully poassible like other toy biz figures which is awesome.he has an unmasked variant which looks awesome. The only problems are that is shoulder joint(not ball joints) are useless and his fingers don't bend that far 3)I don't like the paint job but still an amazing spider-man figure.
Marvel Legends (Toy Biz) - Icons - Series 2
The best venom figure Ever. He's just the right size For a 12 inch venom.not too beffey not too small.his headsculpt is amazing.he has the same awesome articulation that the other toy biz figures have.i have a few tiny flaws with him.
1.he has the symbiote texture I don't like but it isn't too much.
2.the jaw articulation is really useless.
3.the isn't fully poasible not maki. . .
Pacific Rim (Neca)
PERFECTLY EXECUTED!!!!! There is a special smell when you open these guys, almost a diesel-y/oil smell. It adds to the industrial feel of the Gypsy. A little take away is the articulation on Gypsy and Knifehead. Gypsy's head is a little stiff out of package, so some heat and pop will do the trick, and on Knifehead the sculpt is spectacular, so that's accounted for. The price point is really good, . . .
Dragon Ball Z (Irwin Toys) - Cell Saga
My first Dragon Ball Z figure that I got all the way back when I was little. Still today one of my favorite figures for nostalgia, not for articulation, or sculpt. So do I recommend it? Yes, because it still somewhat holds up to the kids toys of today.
Star Wars - 2012 (Hasbro) - Clone Wars - Wave 1
Captain Rex as a Phase 2 clone-trooper certainly looks the part, but its lack of articulation like the other phase 2 clone troopers in this series let it down. It has a ball jointed head, ball hinged arms and elbows and hip and upper leg movement, other than that the wrists, knees and ankles don't move making this figures predecessor (phase 1 Cap' Rex) with the removable helmet a better articulate. . .
Amazing Spider-Man (Toy Biz)
Toy biz did an okay job on this venom.he ha this veiny texture that I don't like plus he's a bit beffey for venom. Articualtion is great as other toy biz figures. He has this useless botton on his back that makes his jaw move.lame.the head sculpt is good. It looks like they based this on Eric larsons artwork.
Spider-Man Origins (Hasbro) - Series 2
another lack luster fail by hasbro. This figure has huge hands,long legs,short arms, and vertical eye claps and wrong helmet and boots due to him being a repaint of the Toy biz mysterio. he has a metallic paint job that is horrible.and has a circular base that looks cool.
Star Wars - Power of the Force (1995) (Kenner) - 12" Scale
I give this figure set the highest rating. It is made beautifully. The Dewback has great detailing and wire in it's tail to bend how you'd like. The Sandtrooper is perfect, down to every last detail (like his Life pack and his Imperial battle lance.). He even has the feel of good materials, high grade plastic. The Dewback is 31 inches long and you can take some great photos of this group. Th. . .
Spider-Man Origins (Hasbro) - Series 2
This figure is the same mold as the spider-man series mysterio by toy biz. So he has the awful porpotions that loosecollector mentioned in his mysterio custom. And has this awful paint job. Hasbro messes up most of there marvel toys. They did a pretty pathetic job by taking toy biz figures and giving them lackluster paint job.
Marvel Legends - Infinite Series (Hasbro) - Mandroid Series
So with the highly successful movie, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, we would expect to get good figures, right? This series doesn't include just good figures, it has great figures! The Winter Soldier is one of them. Upon removing him from package, the figure comes with 2 accessories. A head with a good sculpt and decent paint, but then there is the gun. Why did they give him this gun?! It lo. . .
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