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Super7 Teases Ultimates 7" Pro Wrestler Good Brothers Big LG Figure


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Looks like Super7 continues to expand upon their line of 7" Ultimates Wrestling figures with The Good Brothers Big LG (Luke Gallows). Check out the teaser image below and stay-tuned for more details to come soon.


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Talk’n Shop Ultimates Karl Anderson Action Figure
Karl Anderson, also known as the Machine Gun, is as dangerous as he sounds!

After forming one of the most successful wrestling stables ever and winning multiple tag team titles in Japan, Karl Anderson made his way back to the United States alongside his tag team partner, Doc Gallows. Since then, they’ve added more gold to their collection including the IMPACT Wrestling Tag Team Championship. Beerskis for the champskis!

Loaded with accessories, this 7-inch highly articulated figure comes with a handful of alternate heads and hands, and a Talk’n Shop tall boy.

Talk’n Shop Ultimates Doc Gallows Action Figure
One half of the Good Brothers Doc Gallows—known as the Big LG—is one tough brother, hoot!

As one half of the Good Brothers, the IMPACT Wrestling Tag Team Champions, Doc Gallows is the type of guy to let his opponent know they were in a fight, especially after he hits them with the Big Boot. When the dust settles, it’s beerskis in hand and championships around waists… and that’s too sweet!

Loaded with accessories, this 7-inch highly articulated figure comes with a handful of alternate heads and hands, and a Talk’n Shop tall boy.

You can pre-order both of these figures from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.













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I have to admit, i haven't been too familiar with most of the wrestlers that S7 have been making figures of. I'm more of a 80s/90s fan. I'd love to see S7 Ultimates for Road Warriors, Flair, Vader, Dynamite Kid, Tiger Mask, etc. 

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Eh, these remind me of those terrible Jakks Pacific WWE figures. The torso even looks identical. Either way, at 7" these don't look to be in scale with the current WWE figures or AEW figures so I'll just wait till these guys either sign with AEW or TNA licenses another toy company who has the sense to do figures to match the current scale.

Starting a line with a new scale with a foreign wrestling company like New Japan Pro is one thing, but getting in on domestic characters that either already have figures or that most people want to be made to match the figures at 6.5 scale is almost pointless. Then again, McFarlane doesn't seem to care much about that, so why should Super7? Scratch that, carry on Super7!

The $45 tag is the Ultimate (pun intended) killer though. The accessories are cool, but not that cool. Especially sense the figures aren't gonna match most of the figures that most wrestling figure collectors have. At least McFarlane know he has to keep his figures at a comparable price point.

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2 hours ago, DrLava said:

you do know mattel made figures of both karl anderson and doc gallows when they were in wwe so if the scale bothers you, just track those down. as for njpw, both of these guys competed in that promotion as well so you can just think of these as an extension of that line. 

and mcfarlane toys has never made wrestling figures so i dont get what youre trying to say there. maybe youre confusing them with figures toy company? they make the roh, future stars, and legends lines.

and it hasnt been tna for a very long time. the company is now called impact wrestling. and these are not licensed by impact anyway. these arent official impact wrestling figures so i dont get that comment either.

why would you even want all wrestling figs to be mattel sized? and mattel has 2 scales, neither even remotely realistic. is every wrestler the same height? so why would you want every figure to be?

First off, I know Luke and Karl got WWE figures, that's why I referenced "characters that already had figures".

Also, my comment for McFarlane was in how he said the fans would drive how the DC line would go, but when most of them (not all) said they wanted them to scale close to ML he basically just told the fans they did NOT want that and did his own thing, which is 7". That's his jam, he knows what he's good at. I'm just glad he finally caved to the fact that the "fans" wanted articulation (action) in their action figures. I personally feel he would gain a lot more business if he did go to 6.5" cuz many ML fans, like myself, would begin to collect them again. 

As far as Impact vs. TNA....apples to oranges. I haven't watched it since it was TNA. I hear it's gotten much better since the new investors have rebranded it as Impact. Glad to hear it, I might have to check it out. Just misspeak. It's just nothing more than us older guys referring to the WWE the WWF.

As far as Mattel doing all WWE figures the same size, that's just totally not the case. Take a Randy Orton figure (listed at 6'5"), a John Cena figure (listed at 6'1"), a Rey Mysterio figure (listed at 5'3") and a Kane figure (listed at 6'11") from the Elite line and they are all different sizes as compared to each other. This is even the case in the basics line. Are they perfectly scaled, probably not, but it's a hell of a lot better than Jakks was doing where Kane and Rey were exactly the same figure, with just different paint jobs. I'm no big fan of Mattel. I think they could have and should have done DC Multiverse way better, and I think we were all waiting for them to do so, and I think they deserved to lose the license, but as far as WWE goes, they are heads and shoulders better than they used to be.

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3 hours ago, DrLava said:

you were saying about cena and orton mattel figures being different heights?



Those aren't from the Elite line. Those are the basic figures. You can tell by the articulation level.

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34 minutes ago, DrLava said:

this is what zerzar wrote:

"Take a Randy Orton figure (listed at 6'5"), a John Cena figure (listed at 6'1"), a Rey Mysterio figure (listed at 5'3") and a Kane figure (listed at 6'11") from the Elite line and they are all different sizes as compared to each other. This is even the case in the basics line."

he said basics line. if youre gonna respond for somebody else at least read what they wrote 1st.

You're splitting hairs. Your trying way to hard to disprove on small part of my statement, but I think my comments are mostly valid. I said it wasn't perfect. In my eyes there is still a slight difference in these figuresf8628ff243cf46c0aede0ec3e7f2c66cxl.thumb.jpg.08473912f836104008cadeca464f9cc8.jpg but yeah you could go through any toy line and find exceptions to any rule. Cena and Orton are closer in height than say Kane and Rey, but in general there is an apparent difference, especially in the premium articulated line. Even in ML Hasbro has some very glaring size problems but in general what Mattel does wither WWE they do pay attention to size differences.


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1 hour ago, DrLava said:

mattel is the absolute worst with scaling their figures correctly. they do not pay attention to size differences at all. put an elite alexa bliss next to elite charlotte and then come back and tell us that mattel pays attention to wrestler size. put elite roman reigns next to orton. the reigns figure is like an inch taller, its absurd. and this is talking about two figures before they changed the knees this year and all elites are now shorter, also absurd. two figures of the same wrestler from the same line are different heights. 

you mentioned ml figs but the thing about fictional characters is that theres not really a set height for each character. some characters have never shared a page before so its alot more difficult to scale match drawings by different artists. wwe figs are of real people with real heights and mattel has said they do try to scale the line. they just fail at it, badly.

We can just agree to disagree then. I'll concede that the WWE line has its problems, and yes, they are much worse with the female figures. The 5'1" (if that) Alexa Bliss should not be anywhere near as tall as the 5'10" Charlotte, nor should the doughy post UFC Ronda Rousey have better ab definition than Carmella or Bayley. The female figures have always been a mess and an afterthought, which is a damn shame, but to say Mattel is the worst in regard to scale, when considering who had the license previously is just a little much. Yes, fictional characters are afforded the luxury of artistic interpretation, so there's that, but if Mattel were to try to get every WWE figure completely accurate there would have to be a unique mold for every character and they would have zero re-use for any mold. I think they do pretty well for the amount of molds they have in varying sizes. At any rate they're better, many times over, than this train wreck.


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