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  1. He has no sheathe for his knife, is that correct? He's definitely a fun figure! Unlike Snowjob, he can't port all of his gear, but... it was still a nice touch hasbro gave him a snowboard. Hasbro could easily have re-used Snow Job's ski kit. BTW, I enjoy your photo reviews! When I spin through the photos quickly, it turns animated!
  2. I'd like to have seen Hasbro change up his gear for "jungle ops". The helmet with the cloth hanging in back--that's to protect his neck from the desert sun(?) Also his long-sleeved BDU jacket... I've seen photos of South American soldiers with their sleeves pulled down like that, but with Bazooka in a T-shirt and Recondo with his sleeves rolled up--Dusty too?? (I'd be more interested if Hasbro did more than just repaint in a different camou pattern). (In the desert, you cover your skin to protect from sunburn, but in the jungle its wet and shady!)(though yeah... insects and worse might leave you wanting to cover your skin
  3. The headline mentioned a Tiger Force "Dusty" which would be amusing to see--like a Desert Force "Snowjob"! There's no reason Dusty can't adapt to the South American jungle--he just might miss that dry heat...! (I suppose I could pop his head onto Recondo or Flint!)
  4. Did... did that man get shrunk down to the size of a toy??? No significant other is going to believe about the Thundertank: "I got it at a big sale"!!!!
  5. Hi GeeHangover Is the plastic "hard" or "gummy"? (What's the "texture"?) I appreciate the number of photos you took--though scrolling to the "good bits" took a lot of work!
  6. Haha, is this parody or a sad, sad reality? I almost bought an empty box off Ebay once... (scour that fine print!)(the vendor was kind enough to depict an unopened box in is solicitation for empty boxes)
  7. Batgirl's swappable face plates do seem a bit... "the same". (straight smile, slighly cocked straight smile)
  8. Is ToyFarce your review name? Haha, I first read "ToyFarce" on April Fool's Day, and assumed that whenever I see "ToyFarce" on TNI, it is intended as a joke. Your photo review otherwise looks great.
  9. Eh, I think Ciri looks acceptable. McFarlane still has a problem with women's faces (though Death Metal Wonder Woman and Last Knight on Earth WW were well done). I'd prefer that McFarlane bump up the quality even if it means $25 to $30 figures. The first Geralt, for example, his head is locked, looking downward due to a short ball joint and hair that hugs the figure too tightly, but I was otherwise "satisfied". Besides, except for Good Smile Company's Nendoroid line, McFarlane is the only high-detail action figure series to take a stab at the Witcher (pun!). And its figures are... maybe not perfect but they still make the grade. Maybe this will also inspire rivals like Mezco or Medicom to take a gander.
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