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McFarlane Toys Stranger Things (Season 3) Chief Hopper Figure REVIEW

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Maybe I’ll just kill Mike. I’m the chief of police, I could cover it up — Here’s a look at the McFarlane Toys Stranger Things (Season 3) Chief Hopper Figure!

https://youtu.be/OxoCPAQ-2Ko

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Also, take a look at my review of the Jada Toys Hollywood Rides Stranger Things Billy's Chevy Camero Z28 Diecast Car!

https://youtu.be/ZLPXh-3oxN4

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I don't follow this show, but I do like some of the figures, like those of Chief Hopper (both the old and the new). They have improved the look somewhat by hiding the visible peg joints better, but you are right that there are still visual problems with the joints left -- not to mention articulation. But I suppose it is somewhat unavoidable when you are dealing with the slicing up and (partial) articulation of sculpted clothing. Thanks for the review.


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Agreed, GubernatorFan. I suppose it falls to the personal preference of the consumer, as to how much or how little articulation they want out of the figures they choose to purchase. Seeing as it’s McFarlane, the fact that there’s any articulation at all, means they’ve come a long way. But, as we see, there’s still some room for improvement.

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LOVE Hopper, he's awesome. <3 That ridiculous shirt was iconic this season. I've been meaning to get some Stranger Things figures, and I'm glad for the reminder of their existence. Even though I don't really collect McFarlane figures in general, I do make exceptions when it comes to certain fave characters.


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