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    Skeletor: Bow before your master you worthless lumps of meat, for I am the giant plastic lord of evil, Heheheheee...

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    Skeletor is the best of the giant figures by far.
    "We must always value life. Even the life of one who opposes us." ― He-Man

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Captain Atkin View Post
      Skeletor is the best of the giant figures by far.
      But what's up with those thumbs man?!!! :beasty:

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      • Captain Atkin
        Captain Atkin commented
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        Wow. I didn't even notice the thumbs until after I saw this video. Crappy. If it was a scan of an original figure, it looks like they scanned one of a figure who had his hands chewed on by a kid. Looking at it though, it looks like it a Commemorative figure was used for this design.

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      I had considered buying him with free shipping, but after watching this review there is no way in hell I will waste any of my money on these figures. Every single one of them is botched in some way. Those thumbs are ridiculous, as are the leg cuts on all of the figures.

      Honestly, once you see them up close like in Dan's reviews, they just look terrible. So glad I never took the plunge.
      "If we don't believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don't believe in it at all." ― Noam Chomsky

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      • #5
        Originally posted by Mechanaizor View Post

        But what's up with those thumbs man?!!! :beasty:

        The thumbs are to simulate how the vintage figure looked after your toddler younger sibling got a hold of your figure and chewed on it

        :skeletormes:
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        • Draego-Man
          Draego-Man commented
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          You know what? That's probably the correct explanation. They probably scanned these from original figures and the one they scanned had chewed up thumbs. No quality control, they just rushed these to production. Total garbage product.

      • #6
        Originally posted by Battle Ram Man View Post


        The thumbs are to simulate how the vintage figure looked after your toddler younger sibling got a hold of your figure and chewed on it

        :skeletormes:
        Well, that's a nice way to explain it politely!...

        My version: The mold got the two thumbs up approval from Neitlich's stinky ass! :stinky:

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