dayraven wrote:"i almost felt bad for veebee having to chat that thing up... like "well, it's taller than the other figs... and it looks like if you left an old tb lotr fig out on your dashboard and you lived in dallas... and half the articulation melted together. but it comes w/ a card!! the card is lenticular, like those cereal box things, but in this case, it's cereal box prizing two pieces of movie prop art from the film, so that's cool... and i got it free, so i totally don't feel ripped off."
dayraven wrote:it's just not a good figure. the likeness is poor, as have been all the likenesses, the suit's texturing is dull and shabby looking, he has no accessories even when some make great sense for him (like oscar), and then he's "saved" as a 20 dollar figure because he comes w/ a lenticular card? are you kidding me? i guess this is one area me being a tool fan makes me sensitive, i've paid 15 bucks for some of the coolest visual tricks going in packaging (including maynard on a lenticular card doing... something which shall not be named) AND i've come away w/ over an hour of top flight musicianship each time that left a lifelong enjoyment imprinted on my soul... so this nifty box around a bogus chap mei figure leaves me more than a tad underwhelmed."
dayraven wrote:"seriously, tell me this doesn't look like the knockoff of a fictional "quality version of vigo?"
Mose wrote: I just really dislike reading/seeing bias in reviews. PD’s reviews of the classics Thundercats figures is another recent example.
Tekwych wrote:So ther rant enough GB fans for a club and we're going to cancel the the Sub. Now that you're not locked into that old pricing we'll announce that we still intend to make the figures and sell them individually but at a higher price.
Now please turn around and bend over for your proper thank you from Mattel
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