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    Why is Obi-Wan out of proportion???

    Is it just me, or does Obi-Wan seem a lot smaller than all the other figures? I know he's in a weird stance and that makes him shorter...but his head an legs and arms dont seem as big as everybody else...is this just mine?

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    I posted something similar to this post a few days ago but everyone told me it was just his pose, or that Ewan is really short, but the fact of the matter is that the Obi Wan Chase figure is a midget and his head and legs are out of proportion. I still love the figure though, hopefully the Obi Wan Pilot will be better proportioned.
    You just remember what old jack burton says at a time like this. Have you paid your dues? yes sir the check is in the mail.

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    I think it has to do with the fact that if correctly sized, the magnet may not of been able to hold the extra weight.

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    Actually, from the pics I've seen, Obi-Wan is shorter than Anakin. Also, he does have his legs wide-spread in that pose. I think he just looks thinner than he should.
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    stand the original episode 1 obi-wan next to the episode 2 figure. the E1 figure towers over him. something is wrong here.

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    Not only that, I tried to do a boil & pop head swap between my extra Obi Wan with a spare Naboo Obi Wan I have and he ended up looking like I put a child's head on a man's body.
    You just remember what old jack burton says at a time like this. Have you paid your dues? yes sir the check is in the mail.

  7. #7
    Originally posted by derek
    stand the original episode 1 obi-wan next to the episode 2 figure. the E1 figure towers over him. something is wrong here.
    Yes but stand the Soft Goods Obi Wan next to Naboo Obi Wan and Soft Goods is much shorter also.

    Coruscant Chase is definitely a smaller figure but I think he's pretty much the right scale compared to the other AOTC figures. But it'll be easier to figure out when Pilot Obi comes out and we came compare them.

    I still love Coruscant Chase ObiWan though! I think I've been playing around with him more than any other figure
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    Yeah, he's awesome, even with his short stature. I put his metal saber on the magnet hand and gave him Qui Gon's saber on the other, now both Anakin and Obi Wan are gonna open a can of double dueling action whoopass on Dooku.

    Plus if you pose him correctly, looking to the right, he looks like hes about to unleash some Karate Kid style hurt on anyone who stands in his path.
    You just remember what old jack burton says at a time like this. Have you paid your dues? yes sir the check is in the mail.

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    I love the figure. I "fixed" the bad (on all of them) job they did on his paint. Mine's got the heavier and lower eyebrows and the right coloured hair (light reddish-brown with blonde highlights). I like the magnet on this one... the ASN-121 droid rocks.

    I have a feeling I will be "fixing" all of my Obi-Wans.

    Obi-Wan is shorter than a lot of the other characters- you can see him looking UP at Anakin in most of the still pics. Padme SHOULD be shorter than him, though. I didn't get her so I can't compare.
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  10. #10
    Originally posted by derek
    stand the original episode 1 obi-wan next to the episode 2 figure. the E1 figure towers over him. something is wrong here.
    I tried that out before I looked up this thread to see the new posts. Both of those action figures look off to me now. If we knew the height of say: Ewan, Hayden, Liam, and Chris Lee it might help us figure out which are in the correct proportions. Dooku towers over Anakin HD......is that right?
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