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M. Bison Review

 
 
M. Bison
Street Fighter (SOTA) - Round 1
Brain-washing, induced global famine, eco-terrorism, governmental corruption, genocide, genetic engineering...of evil, nothing is too low of a blow for this guy.

Bison stands 6.5 inches tall (and a little taller if you count his fancy hat) and is made of evil and cool. This fig looks like a wrapped mound of muscle. Bison is insanely muscular (how puny little Cammy can beat him-up is beyond my comprehension, but I'll root for her all the way!) and all the muscle makes his head look tiny by comparison. I can't tell if it's just an optical illusion or not but his head looks a little too small. In any case, he is game-accurate and has great detail in the clothes. The red areas are cast with red plastic (and well-shaded) so there's no paint-rub (either that or it's painted so well that it looks flawless), only the small flesh/black/silver/gold areas are painted. The "skirt" is flexible so his legs aren't restricted. Bison is packaged along with 2 sets of hands (open and fists), 2 heads (sour face and evil grin), a removable black mesh cape, and a dark purple Psycho-Fist accessory (which is kinda hard to slip over a fist). Also, the left arm and legs on my Bison were loose, as in completely severed. The pegs were horribly deformed so I had to trim them down to make them fit properly into the holes. Sheesh, heck of a factory-error...

Despite the bulkiness, this fig can still be posed like the others in this line. The shoulder-pads restrict arm movement though (can't put arms straight up), flexible pads would have been a good idea.

Bison is the expensive figure of the series. He came out in the first series and people are paying 20 to 30 bucks for this so if you see it for anything lower, pounce on that sucker!

      by Dr Nightmare   Update Review

User Comments
Unknown User - Friday, October 19, 2007
Great review, he like most of the other SF figures were hard to come by in my area.
Dr Nightmare - Wednesday, October 3, 2007
Yes! The arm peg is deformed on mine, have to modify it to make it work right which is a pain.
18thstreet-Geppetto - Wednesday, October 3, 2007
I have him too and his right arm keeps poppin off plus the paint on the belt is rubbin off

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