I have always wanted to own a AT-ST since I started collecting Star Wars figurines in 2005. This version of the AT-ST is much larger than the old version and the cokpit can fit two basic figures.
Height comparison between MS Hulk and ML FO Hulk ML FO Hulk, MS Hulk, MS Ultimate Hulk MS Hulk VS MS Thor
I am working on a review on Marvel Select Ultimate Carnage. Hopefully i can get it up by tonight or by Friday. Please stay tuned.
Excellent figures with fantastic sculpt, articulation and paint with very nice packaging. Too bad they are not 6 inch Marvel Legends.
Friday, September 18, 2009
1. Darth Vader (Star Wars)
2. Dr Doom (Marvel comics)
3. Magneto (Marvel comics)
4. Boba Fett (Star Wars)
5. Apocalypse (Marvel comics)
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Saturday, September 12, 2009
One thing to note is that the display base comes with less "spare" parts then is shown on the back of the packaging. This is actually good as it gives the display base a less cluttered look.
The figure is well sculpted with good proportion, unlike the Toybiz Sabretooth (which is too scrawny). While the figure may not have as many POA as a Marvel Legend figure, it has all the necessary and useful POA with a good range of movement. The neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees, and ankles are point joints. The only cut joint is the waist.
Friday, September 11, 2009
Monday, September 7, 2009
Didn't think I would be able to get this boxset since it's a SDCC exclusive. Really dig the Red Skull sculpt. Got this at Toys R Us. Price is quite reasonable for 4 figures and ultra cool packaging. The front part is actually magnetic which helps to keep the box closed.