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Mezco Toyz One:12 Collective Fantastic Four First And Tiger Stripe-Wolverine Figure First Looks

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11 hours ago, Atlantis said:

Fantastic Four nearing its 60th anniversary.....if only Marvel Legends would give us some waves dedicated to them. I've said it many times before, F4 is a treasure trove for action figures and action figure based toys. Vehicles, weapons, sets, allies, foes, uniforms.....its damned near endless...

I really thought that after the buyout of Fox we would see FF waves as frequent as X-Men to try and catch up with the years without product. Still hoping we get something but they sure are moving slow and focusing on Doom and the core team.

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I for one, will not buy anymore versions of the FF as the origin Walgreens versions are my favorite looks of the team minus the genius decision to make the Torch's head be different from the torso. I just made my own classic all red version. Only way I buy another Thing figure is if they scale him down to his listed 6ft hgt & it's either a Perez or Byrne based version.fantasticfour.thumb.jpg.ad7f1ca79dfc6be4204ee10a900cd3c4.jpg1762514446_ThingbyPerez.thumb.jpg.faf616bece49acd22d4a3653d16abff5.jpgFF.thumb.jpg.724c2e229e6b2b8d3f8bb6e4398d6253.jpg The Thing is not Hulk sized!


Hasbro keeps wasting slots on umpteenth versions of the FF when we should be getting classic versions of the Wizard, Trapster, in scale sandman & generic Army building skrulls to go along with Super Skrull..

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The One:12 Collective Wolverine – Deluxe Steel Boxed Set is brimming with accessories, including a defeated light-up Sentinel that Wolverine can stand atop. Originally created to save humanity from mutants, this pile of scrap metal never stood a chance. The Sentinel’s eye is removable and can be held in Wolverine’s hand.

Recreate distinct looks from different eras! The iconic hero wears an X-Men issued suit with shoulder armor and includes two removable belts, one with interchangeable buckles. Wolverine features eight head portraits including two unmasked portraits and a battle-damaged portrait, as well as a range of interchangeable hands including both metal and bone clawed hands. Multiple slash FX are included and can be attached to all claw hands.

A mutant with an unstoppable healing power and adamantium metal claws, Wolverine’s no-nonsense attitude makes him one of the most ferocious heroes in the universe. You can pre-order this figure now at our sponsor BBTS.

One:12 Collective body with over 30 points of articulation
Eight (8) head portraits
Hand painted authentic detailing
Approximately 16cm tall
Twelve (12) interchangeable hands
One (1) pair of fists (L&R)
One (1) pair of clawed fists (L & R)
One (1) pair of clawed posing hands (L & R)
One (1) pair of bone clawed fists (L & R)
One (1) pair of holding hands (L & R)
One (1) posing hand (L)
One (1) pointing hand (R)

X-Men issued suit
Shoulder armor
Wrist gauntlets
Combat gloves
Belt with interchangeable buckle (removable)
Belt with X-Men insignia
Knee-high boots with shin guards

One (1) defeated Sentinel base with removable eyeball
One (1) pulled-down mask
Five (5) slash FX (fits onto claw hands)
One (1) small slash FX
One (1) small strike slash FX
One (1) medium strike slash FX
One (1) long slash FX
One (1) “X” slash FX
One (1) One:12 Collective display base with logo
One (1) One:12 Collective adjustable display post

Each One:12 Collective Wolverine figure is packaged in a collector friendly tin, designed with collectors in mind. The price is $155.





























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This figure look reading fucking good, and all the accessories look wow, but damn $155 i can't throw that kind of money. Would have rather payed a much lesser price that comes without the sentinel base.

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Regardless of what this eventually offers in terms of being a quality figure, I have to say I like what I'm seeing  here. The fact that you get so many accessories, which gives you a lot of options for display and stuff, really satisfies me. And Mezco figures aren't exactly cheap so that's good.


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