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McFarlane Toys Labyrinth Dance Magic Jareth Figure REVIEW

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You remind me of the babe — Here’s a look at the McFarlane Toys Labyrinth Dance Magic Jareth Figure!


Ahhhh, my beloved Goblin King!!! You are on a ROLL with posting reviews of my faves!

The face and likeness on this one seem a bit better than some of the other action figures of him I've seen, though I admit my memory of those could be faulty, as I don't actually own any Jareth figures yet myself.

I completely agree the legs seem nicely streamlined -- at the front, anyway --which is nice because I've not been overly keen on certain McFarlane figures in the past due to how ugly the joints were on the lower parts of the bodies. Sometimes it's very distracting and not very aesthetic pleasing. So, yay, glad this one doesn't have such issues. Though, perhaps in this case they are too streamlined... aka not enough of a 'bulge' in a certain particular area, lmao. Laughing

All joking aside, this one seems nice and I am strongly considering it! Very Happy

"The happy ending of the fairy tale, the myth, and the divine comedy of the soul, is to be read,
not as a contradiction, but as a transcendence of the universal tragedy of man."

Focusing on the Prequels, Clone Wars, and Original Trilogy eras (NO 'sequels', thanks!)


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Although you did spend far too much time on "that pant area," nice review. Pretty nice figure, too, again considering this is McFarlane Toys quality and articulation (which reminds me a bit of slightly older NECA products and their issues). Not really my thing, but as you said elsewhere, it is nice to see them come this far along.

I'll be back!

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