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Dr. Strange Review

 
 
Dr. Strange
Spider-Man (Toy Biz) - Spider Wars
With a name like "Dr Strange" you just know they toy has to be good, right? Well...

Strange stands at 4.75 inches with articulation at the neck, waist, shoulders (full-range), hips, knees, and ankles. He has black pants (that look more like tights), yellow gloves and belt-sash, and a light blue shirt with his symbol on its front. His resemblance to his cartoon appearance is fair. He has the slicked hair with white streaks and that cool goatee of his. His eyes don't have irises though, which is...strange. Dr Strange was decently muscular on the cartoon and gave the impression of strength, while this guy looks frail. His upper body is too small, with no muscle-tone at all, and his legs are a little too long, what went wrong?...

Dr Strange comes with a nifty-looking crystal ball and a big, long, heavy, poseable red cape with yellow trimming. The cape was made so that it can clip to his waist and lift him off the ground so it looks like he's floating. The base of the cape is the part you bend around until you get good balance.

Overall, this figure bothers me because he's a little too short and out of proportion. I liked how he looked on the cartoon but more effort was needed to make Dr Strange's plastic incarnation acceptable.

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