Hoping this delay is a sign they want to do these right, but who knows.
Big Mezco One:12 fan. Excited to get these, but Toy Fair said holiday 2018, so there's still a wait ahead.
$300 is actually a good price for four (or four and a half if you count slimer) One:12 figures. They average $80 a piece and these come in at $75.
I really like my DST GBs, but they're stiff and prone to breakage. The articulation and quality of Mezco One:12 is noticeably better. They're the only expensive collector grade figures I own that I feel were meant to be played with.
they look terrible, easy pass, and i collect almost everything gb related.Completely agree. The suits look so oversized, it makes the figures look like cheap dolls rather than the high-end collectibles they're supposed to be.
Even if they were similarly priced to the DST figures, they'd still be an easy pass in favor of those. With the DST figures being 1/3 of the price, it makes it an extremely easy pass, almost laughably so.
can see its missing the gearbox hose, wires from the hga and to the pack, ion arm pole, ribbon cable, etc etc, too many details left out.
I'll say, since these debuted, I thought they looked like absolute crap. That said, in person, these are REALLY nice. To the point that I was considering buying the set from the booth. One of our members ending up buying them, and when he completely unboxed them and took pictures again, the thought occurred to me that these figures really just don't photograph well... because I thought that didn't look that good again.
So, in person, these are really nice figures, very detailed, and they don't look as doll-like as the pictures make them seem.
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