Two-Bad also has some great paint decos. There are a lot of very basic colors going on, but there are also some nice little details like Baddrah’s glove and boot containing some metallic red accents. Even their orange armor has metallic details, making it look a little more realistic. I do have to nitpick again though. I was disappointed that the body didn’t have any mixing colors, especially where the sculpt clearly pushes one way or the other. I always thought that mingled paint looked cool on the older figures.
Two bad comes with two accessories. Probably one of the most impractical weapons of all time, the 200X double-mace. Don’t get me wrong, I love that he has it. I just have no idea how someone could wield this thing with any effectiveness. (Of course, having two brains control one body isn’t exactly a recipe for success either.)
His second accessory is the vintage inspired shield. This is another accessory that I’m glad came with the figure, although the execution is a bit lacking. The shield was designed specifically to fit over the ridges on Baddrah’s gauntlet. Combine this with Tuvar having the only open hand, and you’re pretty much stuck with one always holding the shield and the other always holding the mace. That kinda sucks.
But even with the few nitpicks I have, I still think this is a really great figure. He’s got a great updated vintage look with a few MYP touches to make us fans happy too. There’s a ton of new sculpting, which gives me hope that we’ll see separate figures of Tuvar and Baddrah in the next couple years. Half their figures are already done, it’d be a waste not to finish it up.