I don't think this set is worth the price. I'm gonna wait until I can get it cheap.
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P.S. I have no idea what the skulls are for. If someone can explain. I'd appreciate it.
It looks like the New Marvel Universe Puck will have no elbow or knee articulation. I guess he'll be just like Rocket Raccoon and come in a Team pack. But if he's individually carded that's a big No No!
Wow! I didn't expect much from McFarlane but I am impressed. Even though my toy heart was broken by the realization that Halo Reach ends with series 6 ( I expected an unhelmeted Emile and Noble Six? in Series 7) But as long as the scale of the new stuff sticks with Reach I'll be happy. If not I hope the quality control gets better.
Where and How Much: (Version 1) Rite Aid $13.99, (Version 2 with Hologram) Target $26.98.
Also Available: (With Mongoose) Target $19.99
WHO: Noble Six is the codename of the of the character you control in the game Halo Reach. You can customize the figure to your liking but this is the default configuration of the character...Well sort of, as you will see in the review there are 2 versions of the same character in the toy line. No female version yet!
As most of you toy lovers are aware of next week is the New York Toy Fair, an event that is not open to the public. At that event a lot of companies reveal the new product that they have up to a certain point. The next point in the year is usually San Diego Comic Con.
Since my love for Marvel has diminished, (mostly because I burned myself out and the increase in price) my eyes gravitate this year to McFarlane Toys Halo line.
For once in my life I enjoy a toy property that my brother is also into.
I'm not a Lego kind of guy. I don't have the time anymore to build Gundams. So I most definately don't have time for Mega Blocks. Even thought I think the vehicles are cool. I'm sure McFarlane's Micro Ops will fix that niche.
The bind packaged figures are cool and now uber cheap. I hate blind packaged stuff ( I used to collect Gashapon) But you don't need to be blind any more.
Here are some codes that can help you distinguish which figures are in the bag: