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  1. I thought this line was done so I'm shocked to see that Dr. Teeth and Zoot are actually going to be produced. I'm thrilled that I'll finally be able to complete the band. I wish I didn't have to buy the other band members again, but that box is so nice that it makes up for it. Now, if only they could find a way to get the final set out before the line is done for good.
  2. I think he looks great, though I have to wonder why he's the same height as Destro. Destro really should be taller than most characters. With that said, I can't wait to get him.
  3. I want to like this figure, but the legs are killing it for me. Aside from the lack of sculpting detail in the thighs, they just look very oddly proportioned, and the joints at the ankles and knees look weird to me.
  4. More power to anyone who wants to get this thing, but it's definitely not something I want staring back at me on the toy shelf.
  5. She-Ra's paint apps and soft goods aren't as nice as the original figure. The extra sculpting looks good, but cape and skirt look pretty cheap for a $40 figure. Also, I'm not sure why they would paint the bodice with less detail than they did in the 80's. That design was actual pretty nice, so why wouldn't they use it in a line where the sole purpose is to replicate the 80's figures?
  6. I honestly think they're just trying keep the lineups a secret, despite the poster. They recently did the same thing with Marvel Legend listings.
  7. I remember reading somewhere the director wanted to make it a “youth empowerment “ movie back when they were still trying to make Hasbro movies into a shared universe. All the characters were supposed to be younger than they were on the show. Hopefully, they’ve moved on from that idea since then.
  8. I can remember my older brother back in the 80s telling me that my rah figures weren’t real joes.
  9. On a positive note, WW's colors are nice and bright. I was afraid they'd mess it up and go with the grittier, muted colors of the first movie. Also, the lasso is nice. I'm glad the included it. On the other hand, the likeness is terrible, the hair is too light, and the legs are badly sculpted. I didn't think I'd say this, but Mattel's movie WW was better. I'm okay with the gold WW, she looks fine.
  10. I sure do miss old Harley when she was funny and well written without trying too hard to be edgy.
  11. That headsculpt makes the red ranger look like he needs some antidepressants.
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