NoisyDvL5 wrote:The only mark against Stay-Puft (and this may be a dealbreaker for you) is that he does take damage pretty easily, little impressions and creases if you're not careful with him. I didn't realize that my 12" GI Joe Marine's rifle was butting up against his back side and there's a permanent little pinhole where the rifle was. I'm happy with him as a display piece at the back of my top shelf, so I don't mind the fragile material (too much), but if that's going to bother you, than I'd say no.
Otherwise, I completely love him. He makes me positively giddy and it's completely about how huge he is. Staypuft can bitchslap Unicron and there's nothing he can do about it. It's just silly/dumb how big he is compared to everything else. I haven't been able to review him because I'm not setup for anything that massive.
I read this today and thought of you. Is yours alright?
http://www.infinitehollywood.com/2012/0 ... -2012.html
3. Stay Puft is turning yellow. Not just mine, but apparently everyone who has one. This doesn't appear to be a "small quantity" like the Green Goddess, but the overwhelming majority of folks who purchased them are reporting the figure's change in color. For some of us, we've only had this figure for a couple months as we purchsed during the October period to buy Stay Puft. Will Mattel be offering a similar refund program or replacement parts or something to compensate fans who paid a high end collectible price for something that has seriously degraded in value by no fault of the collectors.
We are looking into this with CPI but at this time are not offering refunds. We will continue to investigate however!