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POPTOYS 1/6 Chivalrous Robin Hood Action Figure

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Squint version head*1
Normal version head*1
Hands*4
Cape*1
Sponge suit*1
Green long-sleeve*1
Pants*1 pair
Boots*1 pair
Vambrace*1
Leather belt*1
Bow*1
Arrow*6
Arrow bag*1
Dagger*1
Dagger bag*1

POPTOYS 1/6 Chivalrous Robin Hood—War horse
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Horse*1
Saddle*1
Stirrup*2
Horse face belt*1
Rein*1
Leather liner*1
Front belt*1
Back belt*1

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I know it's fantasy and movie-based but I do like this a lot.


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indeed! veeeery cool, I'll surely grab this one

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Now if they’d just do a Cate/Maid Marion...


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Not the best Robin Hood movie. I tried watching it three times before I managed to sit through the entire thing. As a replica of the movie character this figure is pretty impressive.


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Both of these sets look interesting

although I'm neither sure of the arrow grip and i would be interested to see his bow in comparison with his height and can it do a full draw

or the horse


like with all of these sets i would like at least 1 or more shots of the figure/ accessories in our reallity

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While the movie itself was extremely frustrating from a historical perspective (it had some nice scenes but the plot especially was pretty ‘wtf’ at times), this is a really impressive figure!

I’d be over the moon if they did a Cate Blanchett to go with him — the most recent Marvel-based figure of her is far too, er... specific to be used for anything else. :p

Now someone just needs to make me an historically accurate William Marshal .... :’)

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William Marshall was a man's man. The Diomedes of the medieval era.


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He’s a fave. <3


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love this figure. Thought it was when first saw it. Love the Henry V too..

I have seen their Henry VIII though, and not sure where it's from, but he is thin, the armour is grandiose and looks nothing like the King or his armour he wore

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lurpdog101 wrote:I have seen their Henry VIII though, and not sure where it's from, but he is thin, the armour is grandiose and looks nothing like the King or his armour he wore

Henry VIII owned multiple suits of armour and dozens of helmets. His earlier harnesses were regular-sized (34.7" waist, 41.7" chest). The girth of his subsequent harnesses grew larger as his own girth increased. His last one (the Wilton armour, 1544) had a 51" waist and 54.5" chest.

In 2009 the Tower of London displayed many of his suits during the celebration of the 500th anniversary of his coronation.


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There is also a Henry VIII action figure?


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lurpdog101 wrote:I have seen their Henry VIII though, and not sure where it's from, but he is thin, the armour is grandiose and looks nothing like the King or his armour he wore

Henry VIII owned multiple suits of armour and dozens of helmets. His earlier harnesses were regular-sized (34.7" waist, 41.7" chest). The girth of his subsequent harnesses grew larger as his own girth increased. His last one had a 51" waist and 54.5" chest.

In 2009 the Tower of London displayed many of his suits during the celebration of the 500th anniversary of his coronation.

Thanks. I am aware, but still think the armour looks too grandiose although it's a great figure, I just don't see Henry VIII unless its based off an actor playing him. It is still on my collection list Smile

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lurpdog101 wrote:Thanks. I am aware, but still think the armour looks too grandiose although it's a great figure, I just don't see Henry VIII unless its based off an actor playing him. It is still on my collection list Smile
I spent half an hour googling for this and can't find any photos. You got one?


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shazzdan wrote:
lurpdog101 wrote:Thanks. I am aware, but still think the armour looks too grandiose although it's a great figure, I just don't see Henry VIII unless its based off an actor playing him. It is still on my collection list Smile
I spent half an hour googling for this and can't find any photos. You got one?

I think he means the CooModel version I just put up.


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Stryker2011 wrote:
shazzdan wrote:
lurpdog101 wrote:Thanks. I am aware, but still think the armour looks too grandiose although it's a great figure, I just don't see Henry VIII unless its based off an actor playing him. It is still on my collection list Smile
I spent half an hour googling for this and can't find any photos. You got one?

I think he means the CooModel version I just put up.

Got it. Looks like they based it off this one. Not a bad likeness.
https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/23936

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shazzdan wrote:Got it. Looks like they based it off this one. Not a bad likeness.
https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/23936

I thought so too. But we should really be discussing this in the Henry VIII new product page, I suppose.


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GubernatorFan wrote:
shazzdan wrote:Got it. Looks like they based it off this one. Not a bad likeness.
https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/23936

I thought so too. But we should really be discussing this in the Henry VIII new product page, I suppose.

Don't worry, won't be discussing anything anymore on this one or the other one.

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lurpdog101 wrote:Don't worry, won't be discussing anything anymore on this one or the other one.

I'm not worried, just didn't want to "steal" discussion from the proper page -- now that we found the product. And this one (Robin Hood) has a lot to be said about it.


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its ok...my post sounded bitchy and wasn't meant to lol

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and yeah this Robin Hood is amazing....Russell Crowe likeness superb, and lovely costuming - as with the other ones.

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lurpdog101 wrote:its ok...my post sounded bitchy and wasn't meant to lol

Happy to hear, and I hope my comment (about discussing Henry VIII on his page) didn't come off this way too -- sometimes tone is lost online.


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It's ok! we all end up discussing 'other' subjects on posts like this, it just happens organically. But thanks guys for drawing my attention to the Henry VIII figure, as I'd missed it in the slew of new product announcements! The horses and their tack from these PopToys sets had already taken up most of my attention, lol.

And speaking of, I am so far really impressed by the quality on this one, at least from the pics. It makes me wish the characters from Kingdom of Heaven could have gotten such a nice treatment! While there were a couple of Balian figures done a while back, the headsculpts/likenesses on those were rather lacking, imo. What I would not give for a Liam Neeson from that movie, as well. Not to mention EVA GREEN. <3  

So, yeah.... this figure looks so nice that I got a bit envious on behalf of other characters and films. ;P


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Great Figure and a fantastic likeness. An historycal english Longbow is round about 2 meters tall Wink

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Ephiane wrote:Great Figure and a fantastic likeness. An historycal english Longbow is round about 2 meters tall Wink

Which is what  makes me wonder about the size of the longbow from this figure seems too short for me

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The ones found on the Mary Rose varied between 6'2" and 6'11". The Society of Antiquaries reckons that an English warbow is 5 to 6 feet long. In 1388, Gaston III, Count of Foix, wrote that a longbow should be seventy inches long. The above bow is on the low side of the range but not too bad.


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shazzdan wrote:The ones found on the Mary Rose varied between 6'2" and 6'11". The Society of Antiquaries reckons that an English warbow is 5 to 6 feet long. In 1388, Gaston III, Count of Foix, wrote that a longbow should be seventy inches long. The above bow is on the low side of the range but not too bad.

I don't know how much of a difference it makes, but since this comes up every time the shortness of Napoleon Bonaparte is mentioned, are Gaston of Foix's inches French or statute (or something else)? (The idea being that French inches were longer than what we mean by an inch today.)


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GubernatorFan wrote:
shazzdan wrote:The ones found on the Mary Rose varied between 6'2" and 6'11". The Society of Antiquaries reckons that an English warbow is 5 to 6 feet long. In 1388, Gaston III, Count of Foix, wrote that a longbow should be seventy inches long. The above bow is on the low side of the range but not too bad.

I don't know how much of a difference it makes, but since this comes up every time the shortness of Napoleon Bonaparte is mentioned, are Gaston of Foix's inches French or statute (or something else)? (The idea being that French inches were longer than what we mean by an inch today.)

Gaston was Burgundian; the Duchy of Burgundy used English weapons and fought on the side of the English. The Society of Antiquaries is based in London, not France. The Mary Rose archers were the elite - part of Henry's personal retinue. They were bigger and stronger than typical archers and used bows that were longer and heavier than average.


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shazzdan wrote:Gaston was Burgundian; the Duchy of Burgundy used English weapons and fought on the side of the English. The Society of Antiquaries is based in London, not France. The Mary Rose archers were the elite - part of Henry's personal retinue. They were bigger and stronger than typical archers and used bows that were longer and heavier than average.

Gaston III of Foix was an Occitan (or whatever the people of Foix-Bearn were), not a Burgundian, and being an enemy of the count of Armagnac doesn't make him one; similarly, whatever the (later) alliances of the Valois dukes of Burgundy, that does not automatically imply the use of the equivalent of statute inches. My comment had nothing to do with the Society of Antiquaries or the Mary Rose archers, merely with citing a measurement given by a southern French lord.


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The likeness isn’t bad, though something seems off but I can’t put my finger on it. I love the clothing and accessories though!
The horse on the other hand...urgh.


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The horse on the other hand...urgh.

I know.... so unrealistic, especially at this scale! :/ And even more frustrating because these PopToys horses are some of the only 1/6 horses available at the moment. All the Mr. Z ones are totally sold out....I'm gutted. Sad Crying or Very sad


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From my experience, Mr. Z horses are not totally sold out, although they may be pricey and hard to find -- especially if you are trying to avoid the postal and customs extra costs. I have found that the Mr. Z Hanoverian horses not only look quite good (though I am by no means an actual horse expert), but are also not nearly as oversized as many other horses in sixth scale.


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GubernatorFan wrote:From my experience, Mr. Z horses are not totally sold out, although they may be pricey and hard to find -- especially if you are trying to avoid the postal and customs extra costs. I have found that the Mr. Z Hanoverian horses not only look quite good (though I am by no means an actual horse expert), but are also not nearly as oversized as many other horses in sixth scale.

If you know of any legit links for any of the Mr. Z horses, please let me know! I can no longer find them on ebay, and sadly I have not been able to use sites like AliExpress at this present time, due to the fact that they do not accept PayPal.

The Hanoverian horses do indeed seem nice enough for what they are -- and are MUCH better than these PopToys ones. My two favourite horses from Mr. Z in recent times were the 'British Shire' horses, and the 'Ili'/Yili horses. While the pose on the Yili horses was perhaps a bit static, I found their heads/faces to be quite realistically rendered. My plan was to purchase some of those and re-hair them with mohair or some equivalent fiber.  The Shire horse I was going to use as-is for a very particular project I had in mind, but sadly the solid black version, which is the one I needed, went super fast and is now nowhere to be found ....probably cause everyone bought it for their Wonder Woman figures, sigh. :/


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skywalkersaga wrote:If you know of any legit links for any of the Mr. Z horses, please let me know! I can no longer find them on ebay, and sadly I have not been able to use sites like AliExpress at this present time, due to the fact that they do not accept PayPal.

The Hanoverian horses do indeed seem nice enough for what they are -- and are MUCH better than these PopToys ones. My two favourite horses from Mr. Z in recent times were the 'British Shire' horses, and the 'Ili'/Yili horses. While the pose on the Yili horses was perhaps a bit static, I found their heads/faces to be quite realistically rendered. My plan was to purchase some of those and re-hair them with mohair or some equivalent fiber.  The Shire horse I was going to use as-is for a very particular project I had in mind, but sadly the solid black version, which is the one I needed, went super fast and is now nowhere to be found ....probably cause everyone bought it for their Wonder Woman figures, sigh. :/

You are right about the Ili horses -- they are nice but appear to be very difficult to get, except at ridiculous prices. I was able to find quite a few Hanoverians and "Mongolica" horses -- and unless you are collecting an entire herd, you can probably afford one or two -- it's bound to be a long-term investment. I sent you a bunch of links for the Hanoverians (and one very expensive Ili) in PM. By the way, a word of caution. There is a pretty inexpensive sixth-scale horse listed by numerous eBay sellers out there (about $40-60 USD), which is lined with an actual faux fur. It is not overly large, but still larger than Mr. Z's Hanoverians, and the although it looks ok from a distance, it's not nearly as nice up close. The main reason I bought one was that I thought it would be the smallest available sixth-scale option, but it isn't.


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skywalkersaga wrote:If you know of any legit links for any of the Mr. Z horses, please let me know! I can no longer find them on ebay, and sadly I have not been able to use sites like AliExpress at this present time, due to the fact that they do not accept PayPal.

The Hanoverian horses do indeed seem nice enough for what they are -- and are MUCH better than these PopToys ones. My two favourite horses from Mr. Z in recent times were the 'British Shire' horses, and the 'Ili'/Yili horses. While the pose on the Yili horses was perhaps a bit static, I found their heads/faces to be quite realistically rendered. My plan was to purchase some of those and re-hair them with mohair or some equivalent fiber.  The Shire horse I was going to use as-is for a very particular project I had in mind, but sadly the solid black version, which is the one I needed, went super fast and is now nowhere to be found ....probably cause everyone bought it for their Wonder Woman figures, sigh. :/

You are right about the Ili horses -- they are nice but appear to be very difficult to get, except at ridiculous prices. I was able to find quite a few Hanoverians and "Mongolica" horses -- and unless you are collecting an entire herd, you can probably afford one or two -- it's bound to be a long-term investment. I sent you a bunch of links for the Hanoverians (and one very expensive Ili) in PM. By the way, a word of caution. There is a pretty inexpensive sixth-scale horse listed by numerous eBay sellers out there (about $40-60 USD), which is lined with an actual faux fur. It is not overly large, but still larger than Mr. Z's Hanoverians, and the although it looks ok from a distance, it's not nearly as nice up close. The main reason I bought one was that I thought it would be the smallest available sixth-scale option, but it isn't.

Thanks for the PM, and for the heads-up about the 'flocked' horses. Hopefully Mr. Z will put out some new models eventually!

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Both Robin and The Hollow Crown Henry V have released in Hong Kong.

There's a good review of them here:

http://bbs.bbicn.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=355100&extra=page%3D1


Robin turned out better, which works for me as he's the one I ordered.

The sculpts looked a bit off early on in the review, but it seems like it was just the lighting as they're better later on:

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The only issue I can see is Robin's neck is a little too long. But that'll be an easy fix with a craft knife!


(Plus the bow is still a bit short).


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Thanks for the update, Asta. I'm still a little on the fence about this one, but pretty nice figure anyway. The light does seem to make some difference.


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I must admit I'm tempted I need a male 'lord' character for a scene I want to build and to be honest either of these will do , i'm not really bothered if they look like the actors unfortunately paying the licence is where the added cost comes in

I'm leaning more to the Henry figure I must admit.

The horse I'm still not sure of but i hate the nylon string on the tack especially the stirrup leathers, c'mon guys even if these are supposed to be rope, the same with the reins put a bit of effort in and make it look like twisted or woven rope.

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Delanie wrote:I must admit I'm tempted I need a male 'lord' character for a scene I want to build and to be honest either of these will do , i'm not really bothered if they look like the actors unfortunately paying the licence is where the added cost comes in

These aren't actually licensed.

In fact Pop Toys have gone out of their way to make the design on Robin's armour different. They changed the lion and griffin to two griffins. Maybe it was to simplify production, since they only had to create one and flip it over to face the other.

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But, like you, I'm not that interested in the fact that it's a recognisable actor. I liked the look of the figure regardless that it was the 2010 Robin Hood, and didn't actually want him to represent the character. My interest is a few hundred years later in the fifteenth century, and I wanted him to represent something along these lines:

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