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Long time no see /toy/
Ive been away from the hobby for a long time so I was wondering what the best Spider-man is nowadays? I'd prefer something Japanese, but I never liked the look of that revoltech
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>45° horizontal leg movement
The beauty of the hip that Spidey uses, is that it gives a super range in the hips and as it doesn't use a crotch piece is the most effective waist crunch that with the ab crunch moving enough to look good and hit every pose you need
Your best bets for a comic Spidey are the Marvel Legends Pizza Spidey or the Revoltech. The ML has less cuts and better looking knees imo but the Revo is just so damn articulated. It can even pull off the 3 point Spidey pose. Either is a good choice imo
Really made me think
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My favorite is the vintage release of pizza spidey. I like the paint job a little better than the original version.

Got a couple chogokins, and they're pretty cool, but super heavy. What's the best stand to buy to support them? Namely, Shin Getter and Mazin Emperor G.
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Yeah, absolutely no problems with posing, none of them ever fell off the thing either, not even Shin Getter and his heavy legs.
I see. Thank you for the recommendation.
Now for another question.
For figures with large weapon accessories, are there any stands to prop up such things?
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Most regular stands come with claw hands so you can use those.

Beware of the weight when propping a diecast-heavy toy on stands. There was this infamous case of Max Factory's Genesic GaoGaiGar back in the early 2000s. Its stand held it at the hips but the legs were far too hefty, so the first version's hip joints would snap after being posed like this for a long time.
OP said "super heavy chogokins", so I was expecting huge SoCs, but they're just Super Robot Chogokins. They aren't even close to the weight of the Max Gokin Genesic, so he shouldn't have breakage problems.
How dumb do you have to be to fuck something like that up? And for such a premium figure too.

Post anime nendoroids!

Can someone explain to me why mattel cancelled motu after 1987, besides still being one of their most selling lines? Leaked images of the propossed 1988 line all wouldve been straight repaints with no new parts, why would they be forced to be so cheap from a line that was making 7 billion a year?
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Problem is, that the re-issues fans wanted (Teela, Fisto, Beast Man, Ram Man) were never put back into production.

Hasbro always knew which figures were in demand from the early days (or figures like Fisto, where people got fucked over because Hasbro fucked up and let scalpers over over via technicality). They just didn't pay attention.
>Hasbro always knew which figures were in demand from the early days
Mattel dude!!!
>Problem is, that the re-issues fans wanted (Teela, Fisto, Beast Man, Ram Man)

Beast Man and Teela were both reissued.

Fisto and Ram Man came out after the reissue program had been discontinued because Matty had deemed it not worth the effort.
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As a kid the way I remember it in MY life was that I had an ass-load of MOTU figures...but then the NES came out, and Gi Joe got cool again, and once TMNT got its hooks in I was obsessed. All the while Marvel and DC had great lines and then Power Rangers came and rounded off my pre/early teen years.

but honestly, nothing compared to the Nintendo Power life I was living immediately after my MOtU phase

It was the same for me. I got the NES a few years late because I wasn't sure video games were that amazing, but in the late 80s I was totally hooked even though my country barely got a fraction of the games that came out in America. Action figures just sunk under my radar totally after a while.

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>implying you don't play with your toys

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Hello /toy/. I'd like to ask for your help for finding one of my old toys for me. It was a very large jigsaw puzzle, 1000 piece big, that depicted large scenery with dinosaurs.

I got it back in the first half of the 90s, approximately between 1993-95. It was quite large, and the picture itself was very wide. The dinosaur scenery itself looked like a "realistic" picture, by the standards of science at the time, so they were giant lizards not birds. What I mean by realistic is that it was a detailed, painted picture, not a cartoon or Barney or so.

The picture itself had a dark jungle on the left side with many branches and green/black parts, I think the plants themselves had a fern pattern. There was a large predator (Tyrannosaurus?) that was facing forward, as if it was about to bite you, but I'm not sure if it was on the left or right side. The right side had what looked like a large red spikey pile with lots of dinos heads & tails around. The middle had a beach, with large blue sky above. There were at least a bunch of palm trees and I think some mountains in the backgrounds, and some brachiosaurs (the long neck ones) as well, a herd of them close to each other.

I looked around but I could not find any puzzle set that had a similar picture of dinos. I'm mainly looking for the artwork itself, since I used to stare at it for so long. Is there any kind of site that categorizes puzzle sets, where I could look this up? Sadly I don't know anything specific about who made the set, other than that it had a reddish brown packaging.
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Sounds like you mean this one. Its from Ravensburger. It was a multipart poster in the 90s that also was a jigsaw puzzle. Here is one part of it.
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Here is another part, i guess this was the far ledt part.
Thanks for the reply, unfortunately that's not it. It's not a 1000 piece jigsaw for one.

I think in the one I had, none of the dinos were so close to the viewer, except that one predator which was directly facing the viewer.
Or do you mean this one?
Cant find any bigger ones.
No, I don't remember it having any mammoths or ice age stuff. I recall it was also much less busy than that picture, but it's been so long since I've seen it.

The left part had fern bushes / jungle (green on black), the middle had a beach with the sea behind it, the right side had a wasteland. There was a dino tail cropped in the bottom right.

And between the jungle and the beach there was a large predator (T-rex?) roaring onto the viewer, mouth wide open, but other than that none of the animals were so large.

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So I bought 100 3.75 inch clone pilots and I'm looking to customize them and give them ranks. I'd also like to replace their pilot helmets with standard phase 1 clone trooper helmets and I can't seem to find them so how could I get some of those helmets
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or buy casts of the mold. Back in the day some ebay sellers had them. Imperial shipyards also let people sell their casts on there. Not sure about now
Those are chinese bootlegs.
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And your point being...? (other than the thing on top of your head).
Try and find a Captain Fordo/Arc Trooper TVC figure, there are all the things you want in that and you can make your own skirt.
Pilots have a better helmet design so you should just think yourself for your wise decision and keep them.

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Do you care how much articulation a figure has? If so do you prefer an articulated figure over a more detailed but less articulated figure?
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>everything has to be able to have excessive unnatural poseability at the expense of aesthetics
I dont know, sounds like something a peson who regularly eats shit would prefer.
G.I. Joe ARAH articulation at a minimum.
If you can't do that then: oh baby what is you doing?
I favour statues overall so I cling to aesthetics but I don't hold articulation against figures as a general thing.
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Yamaguchi also leaves gaping holes and floaty shoulders.

Select figma, shf or even Frame arm girl kits. The way the joints are shaped and the recesses hollowed work with each other to look very streamlined in different poses.
What is the point in being a dick?

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they're called disk hinges, you twats.

also they look like chink penises.
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>disk hinges
Except for the ones that are neither disks or hinges, much like a large number of the joints in your pic. fuckwit.
LITERAL (literal) retard.
so that's how the rhigh swivel works

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Previously: >>6717916
CCBS/Bonkle Containment: >>6691107
Bootlegs/Clone Brands: >>6704287

>LEGO General Discord server
>Flickr Group (Currently accepting Icon and Banner submissions)
>Archived Threads

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>Build a Dino World

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>using the kre-o heads and making larger-scale figures
That's awesome, anon. I love the scale.
I look forward to seeing more.
Okay I just watched some of this clowns vids and I gotta sk: WTF?

Is it for real or ironic? Also why does he have a cute girl with him in the vids? It's fucking creepy, what the fuck is that channel about? Fill me in brahs

Also where does Wojtus originate from? Can you link the vid you're reffering to?
Wojtus are an /lg/ original anon

What video is that?
The post I'm replying to says the clown has a video where he makes the very first wojtus

If it's original from here can you explain a bit?
I posted in the new thread: >>6725779

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Cool Preds, Australian anon.
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>When Fox fucked everything.


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feel bad for dc fans
could you really not find anything more recent to shitpost about than seven year old green lantern movie toys
Currently neither are really doing anything in the scale.
please, bitch. $3 Imaginext have accessories, paint and articulation. What does Hasbro sell for $3? Pony figurines and Transformers figurines with barely any paint or articulation.
Etrigan, OMAC, and Kamandi are all awesome, though Kamandi's hair prevents his head from moving much.

A family member got this for me as a late Christmas gift for drawing stuff. However when I got it open there were some problems, most noticeably the back like in the pictures. I’ve seen the figure online and that piece looks very different. I was wondering if anybody could tell me if this is normal or how I could fix this
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Let me guess they got it from Instagram shit.
>A family member
never trust family members to buy you import toys
I got some of those took 2.5 fucking months to get them on the slow boat from china. Can't tell if bootleg, but at least they're not potato quality. Poor OP. I'd feel bad if I weren't laughin so hard.
Looks like the mid-torso is just upside down. Should be easy enough to fix by carefully popping it apart from the ball joints and flipping the upside down piece.
This. It is a bootleg but it should be fine for just a few poses OP.

Like they said it looks like the midsection is upside down. just pop it apart. Flip the stomach piece around. and put it back together. should look decent

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Why can't they do other characters like Zant? I'd kill for that
These 2 are nice, but I wish they'd have a variety from Twilight Princess or other Zelda games besides just Link
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I hate nendos, but are you seriously telling me imp Midna isn't tailor made for a nendo?
yeah, but target, gamestop, and bestbuy haven't gotten the figmas in at all. Last time when the shf mario, figma Link, and figma Samus came around bluefin brought them in to the states via amazon but I don't think that's happened since.
I just want a good classic ALTTP Link.

I'm tempted to get the TP or ALBW one, though.
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Her body proportions are different than an average FIgma but her head isn't Nendoroid big and her bodies odd proportions wouldn't really work with a Nendoroid without changing it to match their normal setup.
I hate this trend where if it is slightly difficult or different it has to be a Nendoroid.
Also it makes me want to murder Goodsmile employees when they release part of a cast in Figma form and the rest as Nendos.
I can definitely confirm that TP Link, ALBW Link, TP Zelda, and Tracer have all been sold at Best Buy and Gamestop stores. I guess whether a given store will get them depends on the traffic in that area - all the stores I’ve seen them at are in high-traffic areas.
We’ve had a metric shitton of KanColle figmas with nary an Abyssal in sight. In the same vein, we get like 6-8 Fate figmas a year, but none of those have been Kotomine or Solomon or Amakusa or even Jeanne Alter (who you’d think would be a no-brainer given how popular she is and the fact that she would share like 50% of her tooling with a figma that’s already in production). I agree that the whole “Japanese companies hate villains” thing is exaggerated, but they’re not exactly a priority for Max Factory.

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>The old play arts line used to be out of scale, sure, but at least they were dirt cheap at 20$ a pop, and everything wound up looking like the promo pics.

when it was just "PLAY ARTS" it was good. being that you could ONLY get final fantasy figures from them. i'm happy with my final fantasy figures from the PA line
I can't believe we've really come full circle to defending play arts scale
Scalefags are autistic, this is a known fact
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I have a feeling they'll do Y'shtola eventually and that may sucker me into giving them money unless they do her horrid Dissidia alt design.

They at least stopped doing peanut knees a while back. You can see Terra in OP with ball joint for example.
I miss the old Play Arts. Play Arts Kai is a scam.

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