Tord McFozlove really needs to get his people to fix the wrist aesthetic before the DC figures make their debut.
I agree the figure looks like a good alternative to figma and the third party one from Dasin, specially for casual fans, I still think both imports are better figures but for the pricepoint of McFarlane's its good enough, the only thing that is bothering me is the painted skin color on the head, you can tell its not smooth and has a bit of paint speckles, some people argue that molded color plastic looks cheap but IMO I prefer a smooth molded plastic that has the color already integrated on it over a painted on plastic that has little speckles from the paint (when the paint is done well thats another case but when the paint has a bunch of speckles and little bumps I dont like it)
Yeah I'm not a OPM fan, but that figure is a nice figure, I mean for the price it has, it has a good articulation range, it could use a little more accesories, it would be a good alternative to Figma's. I wish Mcfarlane Toys made figures based on less contemporary animes, like berserk, Hellsing, guyver or hokuto no ken.
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