Oh man, I hope that shoulder part can sit lower, it looks like a weird collar the way it is there. Also, the likeness doesn't work for me, and the hairline is not the right shape. This looks like an easy pass for me. Thanks for saving me the trouble.
>.< you know, I was actualy looking forward to this figure, as it is one of the few I vividly remember seeing in stores as a kid. I also like the look of the card. But . . . that figure just isn't worth it with the prices these days.
You know a figure is bad when you were planning on buying a particular one to leave carded . . . and you pass on it because the figure just isn't good enough.
I know what you mean. I don't think she's a $10 improvement over the last one. In fact, I'm not sure she's an improvement at all; she's got more joints and more detailed fabric (heck, fabric at all), but the likeness and the slapped-together look make her a lateral move, at best.
I wish they'd learn: while we like more articulation, articulation at the expense of a decent-looking figure isn't worth ten bucks.
You guys are spot on with this one, that's quite how I feel as well.
Having seen some loose pics that were posted to Facebook, I'm rather impressed by the posability. I still think the head isn't as well-done as the previous one, but, otherwise, she looks pretty impressive.
Maybe Hasbro should be less concerned with posing these like they would've been in 1980, and more concerned with making the actual figure look good by posing it slightly. Then again, this line is confirmed dead, so it's a moot point.
I like the collaboration with Barney the Dinosaur's "I Love You, You Love Me, Police" better.
Can't believe I forgot about this weekend's new episode: the return of Sideshow Bob (somehow, they put seemingly EVERY gag associated with his appearances
Couldn't think of a better actor than Eric Roberts to play a maverick DEA agent.
Every time I see AJ Buckley on Justified, I think, boy
I just read about this twist in the last couple of days, and my initial reaction was, WTH? I interpreted the comment as Ted's mother, not the mother,
Sending the taxi away was the kiss of death for Joey and Megan.
I've noticed this: some of the teams that were obnoxious/over-the-top in
That's what I originally thought too. My wife had to point it out to me. Then I rewound it and heard she said daughters wedding.
Radio version: "Make Sweet, Sweet Love to the Police."
From the avatar, I'd say recovering from an eye injury, caused by a toy projectile!
Welcome back! (spoiler alert: Lucas sold
All incorrect sir.
Yup it was 93.29% covered as of the other day.