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Are there any figures based on the art style of Rob liefield?
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>>6701891
Here you go mate
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>>6701891
Not based but has the same proportions.
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>>6701891
Power Rangers Legacy collection rangers feel Liefieldian
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kinda
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>>6701958
Feet are too big to be Liefeld
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>>6701891
REvo cap can actually pull off the liefeld cap pose.
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>>6701987
Feet are too out in the open and not hidden by rocks to be Liefeld
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>>6701891
The original line of Toybiz xforce figures where all liefled based, he released a few youngblood figures also. How old are the people on this site?
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>>6701987
I agree, but how else is a top heavy figure with spindly legs and broad shoulders gonna stand?
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I don't think Rob Liefeld's art can legitimately exist in three dimensions.
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>>6701978
>cant see feet
classic
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>>6701978
I still love this costume, ridiculous as it is. I'll always have a soft spot for that weird head thing that Liefeld loves. New line of 90's Image insanity when?
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>>6702027
This is the real reason. There is no 3-dimentionality to Liefeld's art. There's no attention paid to form or perspective or how bodies occupy a space. Everything is flat.

The closest anyone came was the Youngblood figures that McFarlane made in the 90's.
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>>6702033
What is that mask thing even attached to? Did he stick it on with tape or is it glued? or god forbid sewn
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>>6702033
Speaking of that character.
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>>6702108
At one point they pull them off and there's a series of. . . plugs? They link him up to a computer to Keanu Reeves kung fu train him, or some such.
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There are a few,released by a multitude of different companies between the late 90's and early 2000's . They're usually primitive by 90's toy biz standards, and are more akin to statues than figures. The hard thing is finding them under liefelds name,as theyre more likely to be branded under his characters names.
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>>6702033
2 neck pillows on his face
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>>6702033
You should really check out the new Prophet comics. They kept all the original source material from the 90s series and relaunched it as a balls-out space opera.
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>>6702779
I hate Rob's comics but some of the 2012 reboots were amazing.
Glory and Prophet are two of my favorite comics.
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>>6702108
I figured it was like those cushions you'd see kids wear on athletic game shows.
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A lot of older comic guys suspect Rob learned anatomy through MOTU figures.His figures are usually a little less squat, but the proportions are there.
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>>6702648
damn
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Pretty much Yamaguchi's stuff.
Tiny heads, oversized chests, way too tall. Very odd proportions, straight out of a 90s Image comic.
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>>6702954
>A lot of older comic guys suspect Rob learned anatomy

EL OH EL
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>>6702024
Mostly too young to know Liefeld as anything other than unfortunate comic book history.

I'd like to point out that none of the figures in this thread have near the number of pouches to count as Liefeld toys.
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>>6703185
>Captain Turtle
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>>6703185
Yamaguchi is a lot closer to Sam Keith than Liefeld. The characters are disproportionately muscled, but there’s still a lot of depth and dynamic movement. Liefeld draws very flat and static, and even the most ridiculous Yamaguchi figures are insanely posable.
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>>6702954
>A lot of older comic guys suspect Rob learned anatomy


I stopped there, Rob didn't learn anatomy. Not from MOTU. Not from anywhere.
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>>6701891
Face-Off Captain America from the Toy Biz era of Marvel Legends.
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>>6702627
That is Jim Lee shit.
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>>6703185
it's strangely beautiful
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>>6701978
Reminded me of this nonsense http://www.preternia.com/2017/03/hasbro-marvel-legends-warlock-series-shatterstar-review/




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