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"The world of humanity is filled with people in need."

Sideshow presents the Wonder Woman Sixth Scale Figure, joining the league of DC Comics collectibles.

Inspired by the Amazon's iconic comic book appearance, the Wonder Woman Sixth Scale Figure features a seamless, articulated, muscular body type developed by TB League, as well as a fabric bodysuit in Wonder Woman's iconic red and blue colors with white stars. Over the suit She has a sculpted gold belt and gold breastplate, her signature armor. Her portrait has flowing black hair sculpted with motion details and also features her golden tiara with a red star set in the center.

The Wonder Woman Sixth Scale Figure also features a number of swap-out Amazonian accessories, allowing you to craft a display worthy of the gods. Diana of Themyscira has sculpted red and white boots with articulated ankle joints as well as three sets of hands including fists , open hands, and grip hands. The figure also comes with two versions of the golden Lasso of Truth- one sculpted, coiled version and one fabric version. Additionally, Wonder Woman includes her silver Bracelets of Submission, her aegis shield, and her sword With a wearable scabbard, giving you an entire pantheon of possible poses.

The Exclusive Edition of the Wonder Woman Sixth Scale Figure includes a spear accessory, giving you an additional display option in your wondrous arsenal of weaponry.

Great Hera! Add a warrior's strength to your DC Comics collection and bring home the Wonder Woman Sixth Scale Figure today.

Brand DC Comics
Manufacturer Sideshow Collectibles
Type Sixth Scale Figure

Artists
JPark (Sculpt)
Narae (Sculpt)
Wan Lee (Paint)
Namhoon Kim (Paint)
Mijin Namgung (Costume Fabrication)
Sideshow Collectibles Sixth Scale Design Team (Design)

The Wonder Woman Sixth Scale Figure features:

Seamless, muscular female body developed by Phicen
Comic-book inspired likeness of Wonder Woman with iconic golden tiara
Fabric bodysuit featuring the classic red and blue colors with white stars
One (1) pair of red and white articulated boots
Three (3) pairs of hands, including:
Left and Right fists
Left and Right open hands
Left and Right grip hands
One (1) pair of silver "Bracelets of Submission"
One (1) sculpted "Lasso of Truth" in coiled state
One (1) fabric “Lasso of Truth”
Sword with wearable scabbard
Shield
Spear
Sculpted Gold Belt
Sculpted Gold Breastplate

Materials
Product Size Height: 12" (304.8 mm) | *
Dimensional Weight 0.00 lbs (0 kg) [Intl. 0.00 lbs (0 kg)] *
* Size and weight are approximate values. Learn more

SKU 100189
UPC 747720243651

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#newproduct #Sideshow #TBLeague #Classic #WonderWoman #comicbook #female #DC
"I'd rather good people trust me than bad people fear me."

Sideshow presents the Superman Sixth Scale Figure, joining our league of DC Comics collectibles.
Based on his iconic comic book appearance, the Superman Sixth Scale Figure features a custom-tailored fabric costume consisting of his blue suit detailed with the symbol of the House of El, red trunks, a yellow belt, and a red cape with his yellow symbol On the back. His heroic portrait has a strong jawline and sculpted hair complete with his signature kiss curl.
The Superman Sixth Scale Figure has an articulated body, perfect for capturing your favorite Kryptonian action poses. Kal-El has sculpted red boots with articulated ankle joints as well as three pairs of hands including fists, flight hands, and posed gesture hands. Direct from the Fortress of Solitude, including the bottle city of Kandor, a Starro parasite for the figure's portrait, and a box containing green Kryptonite, let you display the Man of Steel in a number of unique and dynamic ways.

Take your DC Comics collection up, up, and away with the Superman Sixth Scale Figure today!

Brand DC Comics
Manufacturer Sideshow Collectibles
Type Sixth Scale Figure

Artists
Matt Black (Sculpt)
Narae (Sculpt)
JPark (Sculpt)
Walter O'Neal (Design)
Wan Lee (Paint)
Namhoon Kim (Paint)
Mijin Namgung (Costume Fabrication)

The Superman Sixth Scale Collectible Figure features:

One (1) comic-inspired Superman headsculpt
Fabric costume, including:
Classic blue bodysuit with yellow and red “S” shield on chest
Red briefs
Red cape with yellow “S” shield on back
Yellow belt with belt buckle
One (1) pair of articulated boots
Three (3) pairs of hands, including:
Left and right fists
Left and right flight hands
Left and right posed hands
One (1) “Lead” box with Kryptonite Rock
One (1) Bottle City of Kandor

Materials ABS , POM , PVC
Product Size Height: 12" (304.8 mm) | Weight: 1 lbs (0.45 kg) *
Dimensional Weight 0.00 lbs (0 kg) [Intl. 0.00 lbs (0 kg)] *
* Size and weight are approximate values. Learn more

SKU 100224
UPC 747720226807

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#newproduct #Sideshow #Superman #DC #comicbook #male
"I would rather die in the battlefield and never surrender to heaven"--- Women's Valkyrie Kier

The angel of heaven, the adopter of death, the war machine of death, the first warrior of the underworld.



TBLeague x Sideshow : 1/6th Scale Kier-First Sword of Death Action Figure

Item No.: PL2019-141
Bar Code: 6 971272 330437

Kier: First Sword of Death

Kier is the adopted daughter of Death. She is an angel, born in Heaven, but rejected for her imperfections.
Left to perish, Death rescued Kier and nursed her back to health, forever earning her loyalty and affection.
Kier now fights both Heaven and Hell as First Sword of the Underworld.


Packing List:
1 1 x head sculpt
2 1 x TBLeague female seamless body with metal skeleton
3 3 pairs x interchangeable hands
4 2 pairs x detachable feet
5 1 x neck armor
6 1 x upper body armor
7 1 pair x shoulder armors
8 1 x forearm armor for the right hand
9 1 x waist armor for the left hand
10 1 x armband for the left arm
11 1 pair x leg armors
12 1 x sword
13 1 x skull style mask
14 1 x skirt
15 1 x skull
16 1 x cloak
17 1 x base

Packaging:
1 product/individual box
GW: 2.95kg
Measurements: 28.8cm * 24.3cm * 38cm

2 products/master carton
GW: 6.87kg
Measurements: 50cm * 30cm * 40.5cm

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#newproduct #TBLeague #Sideshow #CourtoftheDead #Kier #female #fantasy #horror
"Maybe I just need to run and see where the Speed ​​Force takes me."

Sideshow presents The Flash Sixth Scale Figure, racing his way into Sideshow's lineup of DC Comics collectibles.

Based on Barry Allen's signature comic book appearance, The Flash Sixth Scale Figure features a tailored red fabric costume with piping detail, yellow accents, and his lightning bolt logo. The fastest man alive is just as quick with a quip as he is to fight crime And this collectible captures his personality with a smirking cowled portrait and a variety of fun and 'flashy' accessories.

The Flash Sixth Scale Figure includes sculpted yellow boots with swappable standing and running feet options to help you create the perfect pose for this hero in a hurry. The Scarlet Speedster also comes with multiple swap-out hands, including left and right running hands, left And right fists, pointing and open right hands, and a thumbs-up left hand. This articulated figure is equipped for a variety of dynamic action poses and includes four sculpted lightning effects to attach around the gloves and boots to show the Speed ​​Force in action .

The Exclusive Edition of The Flash Sixth Scale Figure includes a swap-out portrait featuring white eyes and alternate wing details on the cowl. Change up your collection in a flash with this exclusive additional display option.

Get your DC Comics collection up to speed when you order The Flash Sixth Scale Figure today!

Brand DC Comics
Manufacturer Sideshow Collectibles
Type Sixth Scale Figure

Artists
Walter ONeal (Design)
JPark (Sculpt)
Narae (Sculpt)
Wan Lee (Paint)
Namhoon Kim (Paint)
Mijin Namgung (Costume Fabrication)
Andy Bergholtz (Sculpt)

The Exclusive Flash Sixth Scale Figure special features:

Comic-inspired headsculpt of Barry Allen as The Flash
Swap-Out white eyed portrait (Exclusive Only)
Alternate wing detail on cowl (Exclusive Only)
Fabric Costume
Seven (7) hands, including:
- One (1) pair of running hands
- One (1) pair of fists
- One (1) pointing right hand
- One (1) thumbs up left hand
- One (1) open right hand
Boots with swappable feet options:
- One (1) pair of standing feet
- One (1) pair of running feet
Four (4) sculpted lightning effect details to attach around gloves and boots

Materials Fabric , Plastic
Product Size Height: 12" (304.8 mm) | *
Dimensional Weight 0.00 lbs (0 kg) [Intl. 0.00 lbs (0 kg)] *

* Size and weight are approximate values. Learn more

SKU 100237
UPC 747720240995

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EX version adds head carving
Sideshow Exclusive
Swap-out Portrait & Alternate Wing Details


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#newproduct #Sideshow #DCComics #TheFlash #comicbook #male #superhero
I've been one of those sorely disappointed with the initial in-hand photos of this guy since they first started appearing a few weeks ago. Like many figures out there, however, in-hand he doesn't appear nearly as bad as some photos have made him seem. Is he great. No. Is he even good --- Mhmm, maybe. But, this is Sideshow -- and if there is one thing Sideshow struggles with, it's getting an actual person's likeness right. That being said, I think this one, for all it's flaws, (and if it had a much better paint job), would actually be a better sculpt than the all-too cute and glorified one that we were given by Hot Toys for Mark Hamill as he appeared in the film. Mark had had a few (what look to me like botched) plastic surgeries after some car accidents (one or more, don't remember) that turned him from the cute, pretty-boy he was in the first Star Wars film, to a much more rough-looking individual by the third.
The problem with the Sideshow version is they took those flaws, and instead of smoothing them over and making Mark's face TOO clean and symmetrical like HT, they magnified them to the point of a bit of distraction. Those of us who were alive and old enough to remember Corvette Summer, and the resulting incidents could see the damage that had been done, but it wasn't so blatantly obvious to us while watching the film. Here, they seem to draw your eye to the very spots that had been effected. I think if we had gotten a sculpt halfway between the Hot Toys version and this version, we would have had a near perfect Return of the Jedi Luke Skywalker as played by Mark Hamill. As it is I'm not fully convinced on either.

The figure itself comes with plenty of good features, though. Not least of which is the three different looks you can give the character. Two head sculpts -- one inside the Endor helmet, and one without. I've seen people have managed to get the head out of the Endor helmet, but not without serious effort (something I have no intention of doing, as I don't honestly think I'll ever use the Endor look myself -- so I'd rather get rid of those parts if possible).
The heads have an okay paint job, but it could be better. There is only the slightest hint of color variation in the hair, even though the overall sculpting of it is there, a better paint app would have made the hair more believable. There's a hint of cast flashing in part of the hair on helmetless head, but at normal viewing distance it really isn't all that noticeable.

One of the cool things about his black Jedi shirt with the flap is that it has  magnets inside the flap and the shirt, so if you want the flap down it stays perfectly in place, if you want it closed -- same thing. Overall the outfits looks really good, I especially like the Jabba scene over-tunic (he comes wearing that), and the straight-up Jedi look with all black for the final light-saber duel with dear-old Dad. He also comes with an assortment of hands, including one ungloved right hand with robotic battle damage. The boots are a nice two-piece design giving a fairly decent amount of ankle articulation.

The one gripe I have about the costume pieces is the Jedi belt -- for some unknown reason the tongue of the belt goes UNDER the backside of the belt into the loop place holder -- I guess to hide the excess belt -- but it's an absolute pain in the butt to slide in there and pull the belt enough to attach the prong into the hole to make it tight (I had to use two self-holding tweezers in order to get it to work). They could have just made the belt the appropriate length and had it clasp closed on the back of the buckle, but I guess that would take someone pulling their head out of their you-know-what...

Other than that, my pictures (as usual) don't really do the figure any justice. But I took a few anyway. Overall, my impressions: it's a good, but not great figure, that comes with some nice accessories -- but for the price, it should have been a home-run. Let me know what you think.

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#review #Sideshow #LukeSkywalker #ReturnoftheJedi
My wonderful wife helped put this one together for me (luckily it wasn't very hard). Most of his back-pack accessories were already attached (thankfully), or she probably wouldn't have.

His lightsabers, the binoculars, and the long rifle were the only things that had to be attached (other than the goggles). Pretty simple to set up. The base top did not come with the figure (it was a custom I got from a customizer over at the Freaks: Cocoboloboy).

Overall I'm pretty happy with this guy. The paint apps are better than the usual Sideshow human effort, but still kind of flat -- particularly in photos; the sculpt, however is excellent, and they did a really good job on the weathering of his clothes -- with the exception of his white tunic sleeves having little-to-no weathering, and the color of the neck not matching the head sculpt. It's a decent conglomeration of Sir Alec and Ewan, though I tend to see more of the former than the latter. For the price it would have been pretty cool if they had included some sort of feature to light up his saber blade, but it's not really that big of deal for me, as I never use those features anyway (I have one Iron Man armor and I've never tried any of the light up features -- as I've heard it's a nightmare to open all the little compartments to put those batteries in).

The first two pictures are mine from my cell phone.

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And the rest, which really show off how great this figure is are from Freaks members Cocoboloboy, jedibear, Kamandi, Mandible, Pizza, robrod, & Stealth V3teran. Please enjoy some of the great photography and details of what is, in my opinion, one of the best figures Sideshow Collectibles has ever done.

Cocoboloboy:
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robrod (went to a rock quarry and grabbed sand and dirt and glued it to the top of his base):
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#review #Sideshow #Obi-WanKenobi #Mythos
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Anyone beside me and Asta order this beast? This was quite the expense, but I'm really looking forward to getting this. Definitely going to have to make some sort of diorama with this thing. Here are some pics that showed up on Facebook a couple days ago.

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#Sideshow #StarWars #JabbatheHutt #SalaciousCrumb #Throne #movie #Sci-Fi
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Non-Wearable Cerebro Helmet for Levitating Effect

ABOUT THIS SIXTH SCALE FIGURE
“There are no heroes or villains. There’s just what I want and how I’ll get it.”

Sideshow is proud to present the Magneto Sixth Scale Figure, inspired by the iconic X-Men comic appearance of the Master of Magnetism himself.

The Magneto Sixth Scale Figure features a tailored fabric costume, which includes a red body suit with raised textures, purple shorts, and a wired, posable purple cape. The costume is detailed with sculpted elements such as his metallic purple belt and mantle, and sculpted boots and wrist guards. Magneto also features seven different hands, including a pair of fists, a pair of flight hands, a pair of crushing hands, and one left hand with a non-removable levitating effect.

The Magneto Sixth Scale Figure comes with two portraits carefully sculpted to capture the stoic intensity of the mutant leader. The figure’s helmeted portrait includes his iconic red helmet with purple details, and his white eyes display Magneto’s abilities in action. His unhelmeted portrait features silver windblown hair and a stern expression as Magneto looks to the future of mutantkind. The figure also includes a non-wearable helmet for use with the levitating effect hand.

The Exclusive Edition of the Magneto Sixth Scale Figure includes a non-wearable Cerebro helmet accessory, which can be paired with the levitating effect hand for an epic additional display option.

Elevate your collection and add the Magneto Sixth Scale Figure to your brotherhood of mutant Marvel collectibles today!
License
Marvel
Type
Sixth Scale Figure
Manufacturer
Sideshow Collectibles
Artists
Joe Menna (Sculpt)
Chris Wooten (Sculpt)
JPark (Sculpt)
Narae (Sculpt)
Wan Lee (Paint)
Namhoon Kim (Paint)
Mijin Namgung (Costume Fabrication)
The Sideshow Design and Development Team
WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
The Exclusive Magneto Sixth Scale Figure specially features:

Comic-inspired Magneto in his iconic purple and red costume
Helmeted Portrait with white eyes
Unhelmeted Portrait with windblown hair
Seven (7) hands, including:
- One (1) pair of fists
- One (1) pair of flight hands
- One (1) pair of crushing hands
- One (1) hand with non-removable levitating effect
Costume:

One (1) non-wearable helmet for levitating effect
One (1) metallic purple mantle
One (1) metallic purple belt
One (1) pair of boots
One (1) fabric costume with poseable cape
ADDITIONAL DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Expected to Ship
Oct 2019 - Dec 2019
Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.

Product Size
12" H (304.8mm)*
Dimensional Weight
TBD
Int'l Dim. Weight
TBD
* Size and weight are approximate values. Learn more

SKU
1003381
UPC
747720230774
©️ 2018 MARVEL

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#newproduct #Sideshow #Magneto #Marvel #comicbook #male
By the Power of Grayskull, you too can have the Power! Sideshow and Mondo are proud to bring you the first in their Masters of the Universe scale figure line- He-Man! Featuring over 30 points of articulation, fabric costume elements, and a lot of accessories, this is the most powerful figure you will ever find, from here to Eternia!

License Masters of the Universe
Type Sixth Scale Figure
Manufacturer Mondo

Artists
Dave Rapoza
Joe Allard
Jason Wires Productions
Dareen Henke
Danny Reams (Photography)

The He-Man Sixth Scale Figure features:

One (1) Regular Portrait
One (1) Vintage Portrait
One (1) Power Sword
One (1) Battle Axe
One (1) Sheath
One (1) Shield
One (1) Short Sword
One (1) Hand Blaster
One (1) Rifle Blaster
One (1) Burbie Mini Figure with Stand
Six (6) Different Interchangeable Hands
One (1) Figure Stand

Expected to Ship Jan 2019 - Mar 2019

Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.

Materials PVC, ABS
Product Size 12" H (304.8mm)*
Product Weight 4.00 lbs (1.81 kg)*
Dimensional Weight TBD
Int'l Dim. Weight TBD

* Size and weight are approximate values. Learn more

SKU 904080
UPC 00850972006605

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Star Wars Darth Vader Customs - Tue Oct 02, 2018 2:27 pm

Update: some additional (mostly old) photos in Post 6 below.

The only sixth-scale Darth Vader boxed set that I've ever purchased as such was Sideshow's Return of the Jedi Vader from 2014 (and not the deluxe version you can see HERE ). That was a great set, and at the time seemed quite perfect. Sure, there were some minor areas where it could have been improved, and some of these have been addressed by Hot Toys' relentless string of Vader releases (two A New Hope versions, a Rogue One version, and now an Empire Strikes Back version). I wasn't about to spend the increasingly excessive sums to purchase more Vader boxed sets, but I put together a kitbash ANH Vader from Sideshow and HT elements and did some modifications to the body and the helmet/mask, including lining the inside of the translucent lenses with bare metal foil so that you can see the amber color when you focus strong light directly on them.

Now that they have released their ESB Vader, I picked up some of the parted out parts to kitbash one on the basis of a damaged ANH Vader figure I had stumbled upon for a remarkably low price some time ago, plus some more Sideshow pieces. By far the most important parts to achieve the different look were the helmet/mask and the chest box, although I did get another couple of pieces too, and several gloved hands (the patterns on the ANH and ESB/ROTJ gloves are different). Once again I modified the inside of the lenses so that you could get a reddish glint with the right light (although for some reason it is less obvious -- which is not a big problem, but somewhat disappointing). Most of this was done weeks ago, but I only got the illuminated chest box yesterday, so snapped a couple more photos before boxing things up. So here they are, side by side. Except for an additional part or two (unless I use the Sideshow ones), I feel that my ESB kitbash would work for ROTJ, too. (And please forgive the quality of the images -- black does not photograph very well, besides every speck of dust showing up.)

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As you can see, the ESB Vader's armor is darker and shinier, as it should be based on the onscreen appearance. The helmet is redesigned not only to be removed from the mask so that you can see the damaged scalp underneath (sorry, I forgot to take photos of that), but also to sit a little differently, slightly tilted back. I noticed they altered the sculpt on the mask, making the "nose" shorter. I could have sworn they made a mistake, but I did manage to see what looks the same in at least one ESB scene, so I am guessing they got it right. (Of course, they could very well have used different helmets and masks in different shots in the film.)

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The transparency and/or tint of the lenses appears to be different, and it is much harder for me to detect and photograph the reddish glint on the ESB Vader than the ANH one, even though I used the same process and materials. I am particularly proud of getting the figure to kneel -- sorta (keep in mind that is an older ANH 2 Vader body and outfit in there, not the one that comes with the ESB boxed set). I will be looking at ways of enhancing the articulation at some point in the future.

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Unlike the ANH Vader, the ESB Vader's chest box is illuminated, and alternatively lights up different combinations of the little horizontal red lights. In both cases, this is film-accurate. The little container for the batteries is probably supposed to be attached to the chest box strap around the back of the figure, but I found it more convenient to let it hang loose in the back, so that I don't need to undo the belt to turn it on or off every time.

The last two photos show the mask before the modification, with backlighting to show the translucent amber lenses, and also the patterned inside of the mask (although it is not designed for you to see it). Speaking of which, removing and especially replacing the scalp was incredibly difficult. And yes, that is a Swiss Army Knife corkscrew drilled deep into Vader's scalp to assist in the process (no harm done, as that part is not visible when you put the top cap of the mask in place).

Hope you liked them.

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At the instance of ReverendSpooky, I am sharing this rather incomplete project. After looking into the few options for a head of Famke Janssen to customize, I settled on Sideshow's rendition of her as Xenia Onatopp from that James Bond film with Pierce Brosnan. Here is what I had to work with:

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The head was a bit on the large side, with somewhat elongated features and possibly larger jaws -- there was little I was going to be able to do about that. It also featured rather dark/contrasting makeup and lipstick, and an atypical for the actress hairstyle. I repainted the lips, eyes, eyelids, and eyebrows to match what we see in the X-Men movies more closely, and cut off the hair (like a wig), built a smaller cranium out of air-drying clay, painted that a dark red color, then covered that in Tibetan lamb hair from Morezmore. So I ended up with what you see in the following photos. Not sure I am done yet, although it is difficult to see what more I can do to improve it, besides finish the figure with more of the outfit (which I have currently misplaced). If she had black hair, she would remind me more of an entirely different actress, but I will not name her so as not to influence your viewing of the head.

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“So this is like the old days, gentlemen. All in!”

Sideshow is proud to present the Captain America Sixth Scale Figure.

With his legendary star-emblazoned shield at the ready, the Captain America Sixth Scale Figure joins the ranks of Sideshow’s Marvel Sixth Scale collection as a fearless leader and patriotic Avenger. Inspired by his appearance in Marvel comics, Captain America has a stylized head sculpt with his blue helmet, complete with white helmet wings and traditional ‘A’ logo, with a heroic and poseable body design that captures the spirit of Marvel’s all-American Super Soldier.

The Captain America Sixth Scale Figure has a custom-tailored fabric uniform in his famous red, white, and blue color scheme, detailed with scaled chest and shoulder armor on his upper torso. The star-spangled Avenger has a belt with pouches, a set of shoulder straps with a magnetic star-shaped shield mount, and magnetic shield mounts in his wrist gauntlets. This highly detailed figure also features a pair of sculpted boots, a pair of kneepads, and seven different gloved hands including a pair of fists, a pair of grip hands, a shield-throwing hand, a relaxed hand, and a salute hand.

The Exclusive edition of the Captain America Sixth Scale Figure includes a photonic energy shield accessory. The Sentinel of Liberty proudly stands guard with this unique additional display option in your collection.

Lead the charge and add the Captain America Sixth Scale Figure to your Marvel collectibles today!

License
Marvel
Type
Sixth Scale Figure
Manufacturer
Sideshow Collectibles
Artists

JPark (Sculpt)
Spider.K (Sculpt)
Narae (Sculpt)
MJ Jim (Mold & Cast)
Wan Lee (Paint)
Namhoon Kim (Paint)
Mijin Namgung (Costume Fabrication)
The Sideshow Design and Development Team
WHAT'S IN THE BOX?

The Exclusive Captain America Sixth Scale Figure specially features:

Comic-inspired representation of Captain America
Newly designed upper torso with scaled chest armor
Scaled shoulder armor
Seven (7) hands, including:
- One (1) pair of fists
- One (1) pair of grip hands
- One (1) shield throwing hand
- One (1) relaxed hand
- One (1) salute hand
Costume:

One (1) pair of kneepads
One (1) pair of boots
One (1) belt with pouches
One (1) pair of shoulder straps with star-shaped shield mount (magnetic attachment for shield)
One (1) pair of magnetic shield attachments in gauntlets
Weapons:

One (1) Iconic Red, White, and Blue Shield with Star Emblem
One (1) Photonic Energy Shield
ADDITIONAL DETAILS & DIMENSIONS

Expected to Ship
Feb 2019 - Apr 2019
Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.

Product Size
12" H (304.8mm)*
Dimensional Weight
TBD
Int'l Dim. Weight
TBD
* Size and weight are approximate values. Learn more

SKU
1001711
UPC
747720223400
$235 USD

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“I take it you have no love of the empire.”

Sideshow is excited to unveil the next addition to the Star Wars Collectibles Mythos series, the Boba Fett Sixth Scale Figure.

As a collection, Sideshow’s Mythos series are fine art collectibles that allow the collector to imagine what could have been but maybe never was. Myths meant to be initiated by the eye and completed by the mind.

The Boba Fett Sixth Scale Figure captures the galactic legend of this feared bounty hunter in a never-before-seen way. Boba Fett features uniquely sculpted Mandalorian armor, including his iconic helmet with an articulating rangefinder, a flight suit and vest with body plate armor, knee pads, and weaponized wrist gauntlets. Each aspect of the newly crafted armor is detailed with distinctive Mythos weathering effects, telling the story of many hard-fought battles to capture some of the galaxy’s most elusive bounty. Boba Fett’s unique costume also includes a worn fabric poncho, a kama skirt with utility pouches, ankle spats, and several belts with side and waist pouches.

The Boba Fett Sixth Scale Figure packs a full arsenal of dangerous weaponry, including a removable Z-6 jetpack with articulating rocket boosters, four multi-purpose shin tools, and a tactical knife with an ankle-mounted sheath. He also features a variety of firepower, including an EE-3 carbine blaster rifle, a concussion grenade launcher, a BlasTech DLT-19 heavy blaster rifle with camo wrapping, and a Sacros K-11 blaster pistol. The figure comes with eight interchangeable hands, including a pair of fists, a pair of neutral hands, a pair of grip hands, a right trigger hand, and a left rifle support hand.

Every bounty hunter needs trophies to prove their skill- Boba Fett comes with three shoulder-mounted synthetic-hair Wookiee braids, and three unique lightsaber hilts taken from his fallen targets.

Hunt down the next piece in your Mythos journey and add the Boba Fett Sixth Scale Figure to your galaxy of Star Wars collectibles today!

License
Star Wars
Type
Sixth Scale Figure
Materials
Plastic, Fabric
Manufacturer
Sideshow Collectibles
Artists

Narae (Sculpt)
Wan Lee (Paint)
Namhoon Kim (Paint)
Mijin Namgung (Costume Fabrication)
The Sideshow Design and Development Team
WHAT'S IN THE BOX?

The Boba Fett Sixth Scale Collectible Figure specially features:

Detailed likeness of Boba Fett in Mythos Mandalorian Armor
Eight (Cool hands including:
- One (1) pair of fists
- One (1) pair of neutral hands
- One (1) pair of grip hands
- One (1) right trigger hand
- One (1) left rifle support hand
Costume:

All newly crafted Mandalorian Armor with unique Mythos weathering effect, including:
One (1) Mandalorian helmet with articulating rangefinder
One (1) Flight suit and vest with Mandalorian body plate armor
One (1) pair of knee pads
One (1) pair of weaponized wrist gauntlets
One (1) removable Z-6 jetpack with articulating rocket boosters
One (1) pair of boots
One (1) leather-like brown belt with waist pouches and side pouch
One (1) red rope belt
One (1) pair of ankle spats
One (1) set of blonde, gray, and black "Wookie" braids
One (1) permanently attached poncho
One (1) kama skirt with utility pouches
Weapons:

Four (4) multi-purpose shin tools
Three (3) unique trophy lightsabers
One (1) EE-3 carbine blaster rifle
One (1) Sacros K-11 blaster pistol with hard shell holster
One (1) BlasTech DLT-19 heavy blaster rifle with camo wrapping

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Sideshow Jack Burton Detailed Review - Sat Jun 16, 2018 1:06 am

Sideshow Collectibles: Big Trouble in Little China: Jack Burton

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Introduction

It seems like an eternity ago Sideshow announced that it will be producing a sixth-scale figure of Kurt Russell as Jack Burton from Big Trouble in Little China. The goofy but entertaining film seems to encapsulate some of the more likeable features of 80s cinema, as does its protagonist, who was played by an actor once almost cast as another lovable scoundrel, Han Solo. This is Sideshow's second Kurt Russell figure, following in the wake of their Snake Plissken (you can find Michael Crawford's fair review of it HERE ). As the first in-hand photos of the new product became available, there was much disappointment among collectors over the way it turned out. I did what I could to hang in there, and am rather pleasantly surprised. I have come to the conclusion that the final product is not substantially worse than what was shown in promotional images and, despite various problems, is a good representation of the character. That said, much could have been done differently.

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Packaging: 4/4 stars

The figure comes in a basic true shoebox-type container with a fully removable lid. Unlike many other products, the box is elaborately decorated on all sides with colorful graphics, including images of both the Jack Burton and revolting guardian creature figures that are contained within. Inside the box are two plastic trays, each with its own transparent lid. The top one contains Jack Burton and some of the accessories, the bottom one contains the guardian, the stand, and other accessories. The two trays are wrapped by a wide cardboard cigar-wrapper band held together with tape, which needs to be undone. Otherwise, everything is completely collector-friendly. Without being particularly mind-blowing, the packaging is unique, attractive, and does its job. Added bonus: the box is somewhat smaller than those for most action figures in this scale (about 3.5 x 7 x 14 inches or 9 x 18 x 36 cm).

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Sculpting: 3/4 stars

The sculpting of the figure and its accessories is very good (if at times just a little on the soft side), and represents an improvement on the production quality of Sideshow's Snake Plissken. For example, the hair strands are considerably finer, and so is the texturing of the skin. There are also plenty of wrinkles and moles and other natural details on the face (including the busted lip), finely sculpted veins on the arms and hands, and plenty of such detail on the non-human guardian figure. There are aspects of the design that are questionable: the hair around the face was sculpted separately from the hair on the rest/back of the head, and if you look carefully, you can detect the joint easily enough in the hairline; similarly with the seam between the two halves of the guardian. More obviously, the choice of hair style (it changes slightly throughout the film, due to circumstances) and especially the expression are not necessarily the best, depending on one's expectations. I would have preferred a more smug or smirking look myself, but it cannot be denied that Jack Burton had plenty of occasions for a concerned and confused look like the one chosen for the facial expression here. This is a legitimate choice, though perhaps not the most popular or recognizable. Look at it with the right shadows, and you will realize the sculpt is almost perfect; I think perhaps they made the back corners of his jaws a little too massive, but that is the only inaccuracy I can put my finer on -- if I am right. The hands are made of relatively soft plastic, which is a good thing in my book, but I wish all the fingers had been made separate. The soft plastic boots are also very nicely sculpted and textured.

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Paint: 3/4 stars

Like the sculpting, the paint work is good, but not perfect. However, it might be that whereas the sculpt suffers from production decisions, the paint suffers from the execution. That said, there is plenty here that is done right: the eyes look glossy and moist, the strands of hair are given some nuances of brown, there is a little bit of light coloring on the face, the neck, and veins on the arms. There is some weathering on the gun's magazine, and the whole thing looks like dull metal; the watch face looks near perfect given the scale; the boots and the guardian were given a wash that makes them look more realistic. On the other hand, Jack Burton's eyes look a bit too bloodshot to me, some of the guardian's multiple eyes are not painted very precisely, and I can't help but feel that the eyebrows are painted in so light a color that they detract from the realism and recognizability of the face. Then there are some shinier bits in the hair -- some of them appear to be on purpose, but others might be surplus glue from putting together the head along the seam in the hairline; I also found some unexpected shiny spots on the otherwise matte arms.

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Articulation: 3/4

As so often these days, companies seem to settle for decent rather than excellent articulation -- whether by the design of the jointed body or the clothing and equipment placed on it. This seems to be the case here. Like Sideshow's Snake Plisken, Jack Burton sports a jointed muscle body designed to show off the elbows. Perhaps for this reason, they went with single joints, which are less of an eyesore, but allow a bend of only about 90% at the elbow; the knees are slightly better. I can't tell whether it is the boots or the ankle design that restrict the ankle articulation in this case -- the boots are made of very soft plastic, although it might not be soft enough to allow the ankles to hold a bent position; but it could be the ankle design after all, as the ankle peg pops out when I try to bend it too far. As a result, Jack Burton can sit but not squat, and action poses are rather difficult. Otherwise the articulation is quite good.

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Accessories: 3/4

The accessories that come with this figure include a knife, a gun with a removable magazine (featuring nicely sculpted and painted shells), the watch, extra pairs of hands, extra buttons, the guardian, and the stand. The watch is a tiny work of art, with a shiny transparent cover over its face. There are three pairs of hands in total: the relatively relaxed pair that come on the figure, the gun- and knife-grip pair (the right hand for the gun, the left for the knife), and a pair of fists. Each hand comes with its own wrist peg, which is a nice Sideshow tradition. The hands swap relatively easily and are nicely sculpted despite being made of fairly soft plastic. In case some of the buttons on the outfit disappear, Sideshow has provided three extra buttons (2 brass and 1 silver) in a little reclosable plastic bag. The guardian is technically a separate figure, or rather statue, nicely sculpted and painted (see above), but understandably unarticulated. The hexagonal black stand features the film title on its top, but being executed in black on a black background, it is difficult to read or even notice. A special bendable metal rod is provided to attach to the stand's stem (there are three little openings you can choose from, but you might need to open up the holes in the rubbery cover before you could insert the rod); attach the guardian on the outer end, and he can hover around and spook your figure. Is this a lot? Spare parts and stands are not exactly accessories, which leaves us with the knife, gun, watch, and guardian. And while the guardian is a cool extra, it is not exactly an interactive accessory. So that is not all that much for a $240 figure. Besides, there were other items (sunglasses, guns, bottles, etc) that could have been provided.

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Outfit: 4/4

In this category, the product is pretty much impeccable, although once again one could question some of the choices. The denim jacket is beautifully executed and looks realistic and worn; the only drawback is that it was not featured much in the film. The jeans are not only nicely tailored, but give the appearance of a fashionable acid wash; they are perhaps a little too clean, and the white velcro closure for the fly is a little bit too obvious. Note that only the back pockets are functional. The little caps used as buttons on the jacket and pants are the right colors and size. The signature white tank top from the movie is reproduced in beautiful detail, the printed design matching what we saw onscreen perfectly, as far as I can tell. I have discussed the leather-like plastic boots above, but the only problem with them applies to the articulation category.  

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Fun Factor: 3/4

This is somewhat more difficult to determine than usual. The limitations in articulation and the absence of other figures from the film are likely to get in the way of a perfect score in this category. Admittedly, Jack Burton comes with the guardian which can be placed to hover by him if you are using the stand, but there wasn't that much interaction between the two in the film. Nevertheless, you should be able to find a few good poses for the figure and display it on its own or alongside other similar collectibles.

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Value: 2/4

At $240, this is an expensive collectible even these days. Given the good but not outstanding paint quality, the articulation limitations, and the small number of accessories proper, this is not much of a deal. On the other hand, there is the guardian, technically an extra figure. I like its inclusion, though I could have easily lived without it and with a lower price. If it wasn't for it's inclusion, I would have dropped the rating in this category a little lower.

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Things to Watch Out for

No much. Take the usual precautions swapping hands, although it is not much of a challenge, and be careful attaching the magazine to the gun. As mentioned above, it may be difficult to insert the additional support rod for the guardian to the stem of the base, so take your time and open up the holes in the rubbery cover in that area. From previous experience (which could have been an exception), be careful with the paint, especially on the face. I noticed a little bit of flaking on the elbow joints, although there was no change in actual color.

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Overall: 3/4 stars

Given the negative reception of this figure by so many, I was surprised to arrive at so positive a rating (and it is not an exact science). But while I might not have made the same choices in every instance (e.g., the facial expression), on the whole the product is faithful to the prototype (which was photographed at some distance and in a very specific light environment), very well sculpted, quite decently painted, excellently outfitted, and decently articulated. It is not perfect as a whole, or as a likeness of Kurt Russell in particular, but it is also not really bad. This might not be quite cool enough to do justice to a very cool character, whether it meets your expectations or needs would be up to you; I do not regret getting the figure (except maybe its price). I hope this review and its photos have helped inform you about it.

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Where to buy:

This product is a Sideshow exclusive , and retails at $240.

So far, there are a couple of ridiculously overpriced listings on eBay, which I did not see fitting to include.

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I hope you enjoyed this review, and am happy to answer any questions. Meanwhile, three more for the road...

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ABOUT THIS SIXTH SCALE FIGURE

“I got skin like steel and muscles to match.”

Sweet Christmas! Sideshow is proud to present the Luke Cage Sixth Scale Figure.

The Luke Cage Sixth Scale Figure captures the strength and swagger of Harlem’s hero for hire, Power Man. Luke Cage has a stylized head sculpt inspired by his appearance in Marvel Comics, and a muscled body design that is articulated for attitude and action-packed poses.

The Luke Cage Sixth Scale Figure has a custom-tailored fabric costume with a variety of interchangeable accessories so you can style your favorite Luke Cage look. The figure comes dressed in a yellow t-shirt and black jeans with a leather-like belt and “CAGE” buckle, as well as a black fabric beanie and leather-like jacket.

The Luke Cage Sixth Scale Figure includes a pair of removable silver wristbands, a silver chain necklace, a gold “CAGE” name necklace, a pair of sunglasses, and a chain weapon accessory to give you multiple dynamic display options. This highly detailed figure features one pair of sculpted boots, and seven different hands including one pair of fists, one pair of gesture hands, one pair of grip hands, and an additional left grip hand.

The Exclusive edition of the Luke Cage Sixth Scale Figure includes an additional pair of left and right hands with “LUKE” and “CAGE” knuckle rings, perfect for putting the hurt on some criminals in your collection.

Looking to hire a hero? Add the Luke Cage Sixth Scale Figure to your Marvel collection today!

WHAT'S IN THE BOX?

The Luke Cage Sixth Scale Figure specially features:

Stylized headsculpt of Luke Cage, inspired by Marvel Comics' Power Man
Nine (9) hands, including:
- One (1) pair of fists
- One (1) pair of gesture hands
- One (1) pair of grip hands
- One (1) left fist grip hand
- One (1) pair of fists with "Luke" "Cage" knuckle rings
Costume:

One (1) yellow t-shirt
One (1) pair of black jeans
One (1) black leather-like jacket
One (1) black beanie
One (1) leather-like belt with "CAGE" belt buckle
Accessories:

One (1) silver chain necklace
One (1) gold "CAGE" name necklace
One (1) pair of removable silver wristbands
One (1) pair of sunglasses
One (1) chain weapon accessory
One (1) pair of black boots

ADDITIONAL DETAILS & DIMENSIONS

Expected to Ship
Dec 2018 - Feb 2019
Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.

Product Size
12" H (304.8mm)*
Product Weight
1.00 lbs (0.45 kg)*
Dimensional Weight
TBD
Int'l Dim. Weight
TBD
* Size and weight are approximate values. Learn more

SKU
1004271
UPC
747720237056

SIDESHOW EXCLUSIVE
One (1) pair of fists with "Luke" "Cage" knuckle rings

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Mini review - Tusken Raider - Tue Apr 17, 2018 1:36 pm

Stryker asked about this figure in another thread so here is a little review of the SideShow Tusken Raider from their Scum & Villainy range.

One of my favourite Star Wars characters this one, the Sand People. I think they look and sound just right for what they are meant to be, a great piece of creative magic. Cool


This is the SideShow Tusken Raider, which seems to have only been produced in fairly low numbers, and so can be quite hard to get hold of now.


This is a really great figure though, and I would say well worth the premium on price you are going to pay because of the scarcity.

The materials used are really nice and drape perfectly to achieve the look from the films. All the pouches have a leather like finish to them and there is some light weathering applied too.

I think the head sculpt is spot on.

The accessories are all nicely finished too, and as well as the Gaderffii stick shown here there is also a long barrelled Tusken cycler rifle for those pod race sniping scenes, and a second Gaderffii with a sort of paddle end to it instead of the curved spike end.


I wanted to go for that classic pose of the Tusken Raider shaking his gaderffii above his head while attacking Luke Skywalker in the original film. I hope I have done it justice.


I love this figure and I am really pleased that I didn't let this one go when I saw it for sale. Cool

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Mini review - SideShow Jawas - Tue Apr 17, 2018 1:26 pm

Stryker asked in another thread about these so.........Yes, its those disgusting creatures, Jawas  Wink


These again are one of my favourite Star Wars characters, I love their scenes in the original film.


This is a set of 2 Jawas by sideshow.
Very nice detail indeed and lots of extras and options. They come with the droid caller and Ion blaster shown here, but also have an ion blaster pistol, hand held welder and retraining bolts which they could be holding, along with a variety of different hands.
The figures have light up eyes, and of course are smaller in stature as you would expect. One is also slightly taller than the other.
The joints are a bit sloppy and they can be tricky to get to balance standing up, but not excessively so.
The costumes are great and the material choices are good.


I love these little guys.

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Product Review - SideShow Zuckuss - Sat Apr 14, 2018 5:43 am

Yesterday my Pre-ordered Zuckuss and Dengar figures arrived cheers cheers

I have already reviewed the Dengar figure here:  http://onesixthfigures.forumotion.com/t111-product-review-sideshow-dengar

The figures were both pre-ordered here in the UK from:  https://www.dandyisland.com

So now its time to look at Zuckuss.

I was cautious about buying this figure because I have had a Hasbro 12" Zuckuss for a while and thought he was actually ok, and so I did not know if I wanted to pay for the SideShow figure for whats is a very background character.  In the end I obviously did buy him, and whilst this is definitely more detailed than the Hasbro offering I don't think it is such a big upgrade as Dengar is.

Packaging
This is much the same as Dengar, and all other SideShow Star Wars packaging so I won't dwell on this here.  I will however say that again on this box the cardboard used seems slightly thinner than previous SideShow boxes, and the overlapped seam which forms that box did not appear to have enough glue applied and was separating straight out of the brown packing box.  It just does not feel as good a quality as previous boxes from SideShow have.  Quite disappointing for a collectors model at this price point, as for many, including me, the packaging is part of the whole.

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The Figure

Let me start by saying that this is a good figure.  I probably don't think it warrants the asking price but that is unfortunately the 1/6 world we live in  Rolling Eyes

I think the sculpt of the head is very good and it has those lovely sort of translucent eyes similar to those seen on the earlier 4-LOM figure.  From certain angles they really bring the head to life.  It is difficult to tell from movie stills how accurate the colouring is but it looks right to me. The mix of organic and mechanical elements in the head has been handled very well and the overall impression is very convincing.

The figure itself seems to me to be slightly to tall.  Only by a few millimetres, but I think it is noticeable.  To my eye the extra height is found in the chest area, it just seems to long. This can be mitigated when posing the figure by bending the torso forward a little, but this is not that easy to do and only partly solves the issue.  The extra height also seem to make the figure look too slim, and he does not have the quite squat, dumpy, look of the film character.

The costume is very good, and I like the leather belt and harness which has magnetic closures on the pouches. The leather could have been made to look slightly more "used" but it is ok as it is really.  
The long coat is superb, and looks just like it should.  It has a slight silver sheen to it, and looks worn and used to a perfect finish.  To me it does feel a little freaky to the touch Shocked I can only describe it as "crispy", and every time I touch it I fear that I will damage it in some way but it does seem to be able to deal with being handled normally though.  
There are some really cool boots under that coat which are sadly all but covered up.
The pipes and breathing apparatus are all sculpted very well and are flexible enough to pose without feeling fragile.  I particularly like the back panel which given the available pictures of the film costume must be "imagined" by SideShow and they have done a grand job of it.

Extras are limited to the blaster and spare hands.  There is the usual hexagonal base as well but as this is included with every figure it is hardly an extra.  
That said what extras could have been added for a character that has as limited a screen appearance as this one.  I suppose that at the price asked for this figure I expect a little bit more, but then I guess I am really paying SideShow to complete my collection Crying or Very sad
The blaster is very nicely done.  I believe the movie prop was made with an Enfield rifle as the base, and this can be seen well in the model too.  Parts of it do look quite fragile, especially given the shape and size of Zuckuss' hands, but it is actually quite robust.

The articulation of this figure is not great, although I think this is largely due to the limits of movement in the costume.  That said SideShow's Jawas have a good range of movement and similar costumes so I think SideShow could have done better in the articulation department with this one.  If you are looking for the pose from the movie then you are ok, but anything more might be a bit more of a challenge.

Conclusions
This is clearly an improvement over the Hasbro figure, but I do think the price is a little excessive for what you get.  
You can achieve a reasonable movie accurate look with this figure but the extra length in the chest area is apparent whatever you do.  
Achieving more action poses will be a challenge given the limits imposed on articulation by the costume (and the fear of damaging that crispy feeling coat Laughing )

I am very pleased with this figure.  Would I buy it again given that the Hasbro is actually pretty good (with a bit of extra paint on it)?  Yes I think I would, but I do think SideShow are asking for a high premium on this figure because they know that some collectors will pay more to complete their collections.  It does feel like I have been taken advantage of a little bit because of my penchant for collecting Star Wars Bounty Hunters Laughing Laughing Laughing Rolling Eyes

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And a couple to compare this figure with the Hasbro 12" figure.  Some of the height difference is the extra height of the SideShow base.

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Product Review - SideShow Dengar - Fri Apr 13, 2018 11:28 am

My Dengar figure from SideShow arrived today along with his pal Zuckuss.  The extra wait is typical of the UK 1/6 market, but they are here now. cheers  cheers  cheers

On to what I think of this figure.
I have been waiting, mostly patiently, for someone to release a good interpretation of Dengar the Bounty Hunter from TESB.  Up till now this character has been filled in my collection by the Hasbro 12" offering, which, whilst OK after a bit of extra paintwork being done, still leaves a lot to be desired when displayed alongside my other Bounty Hunters (now all SideShow).

Once this Figure was announced I knew it would be in my collection.  I bought it via dandyisland.com here in the UK as they then handle all the import etc.  It does mean paying a bit more and the extra wait, but I know what I am paying up front with no extra charges on delivery Very Happy .  As soon as they had it to preorder I preordered.

Packing
The figure itself comes in the now standard SideShow Star Wars packaging.  A brown outer packing box, then the black with grey accents Box which has 3 different 3/4 length photos of the figure, one on each of the front, back, and inside the flap.  The flap is magnetically held closed and opens to reveal the figure itself behind a clear window, and the previously mentioned photo of the figure.
Now, upon opening this box it seemed to me as though SideShow might have used a slightly thinner cardboard than I had previously seen, and indeed comparing the box to older SideShow Star Wars boxes it does seem very marginally but noticeably thinner!!!  Both this box and the one Zuckuss came in also had the seam which closed the box coming apart at the top.  It seems as though there might not have been enough glue used to construct the box.  Minor things sure but with this being a collector figure I would not expect SideShow to be skimping on packaging as I think they may have been here, especially at the price point.

The figure itself is cocooned in a clear plastic shell along with his weapons, and has a second clear plastic shell beneath with the stand, backpack and spare hands.  This is all fine and seems to hold all the parts well for transit as nothing had moved.

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The Figure
The figure itself is I think a very, very, good rendition of the movie character, and certainly the best that has been available in this scale to date.  The proportions seem good, and the level of detail is good given the source material SideShow had available must have been quite limited.  We only see Dengar for a few seconds in TESB and again in very shadowy scenes in Jabba's palace in ROTJ.  Other than this we only have a very limited number of promotional stills in which Dengar seems to have switched weapons with 4-LOM!!

The feet seem well done, although the nature of the boots he is wearing make the right boot look more like a left boot from certain angles.  
The armour is crisp and well represented, the base colour looks good, and the over all impression is good.  Dengars armour in the still photos available does look a bit more worn, and whilst there is some weathering on the figures armour, a little bit more might have been welcome.  
The backpack is superb with individual parts and straps all very well done.  It attaches to the back of the figure with a magnet and seems to hold well.  The other pouches etc are all well done, but i did need to pad out the one on the left hip a little to get the exact look I was after.

The weapons supplied are good.  The blaster pistol is excellent, and is a tight fit for the leather holster which is riveted to the leg armour, and has a magnetic retention strap.  The MG42 used to represent the Blaster Rifle which appears in TESB is also a very nice piece.  It is of course different from the blaster seen in the promo pics as this was MG34 based.  
As has been mentioned in other reviews of this figure, the MG42 used in the film seems to have had the butt stock removed, whereas the one supplied here still has the stock attached.  It is a small detail, but it would have been nice if SideShow had spotted this.

I think the head sculpt on this figure is very good, the scaring to the right cheek, eyes and the skin tone seem spot on to me.  
Some have said a cloth turban instead of the moulded rubber one would have been nice, but I actually like the idea of the moulded one.  That said, to me the angle at the front of the turban formed where the wraps overlap is a bit too shallow to be screen accurate.  I found it difficult to get the "right" look with it, but found a position for it which I am happy with in the end.  
I like the cloth cowl/hood which I think looks very good when positioned well.  
Mine arrived with the cowl outside the breast plate, but movie stills seem to show the front tucked under the armour, with the lip on the edge of the neck of the armour visible.  This is easily remedied and the cowl looks spot on to my eyes once tucked under the armour.

I think that the basic articulation of the figure is actually pretty good, however many of the joints are limited in their movement by the padded under suit.  It would be great if SideShow and other manufacturers could find a way to use these padded under suits, which are essential to the look of the figure, without them limiting the otherwise excellent articulation.  
Fortunately I tend to play with a figure until I have a pose with which I am happy, and then I display them and largely leave them alone.  If you like to repose figures regularly or to change the pose for photography etc.. then the limit on the movement of this figure created by the under suit and general costuming may be frustrating.
I would also have liked it if the hands were just a little bit softer.  They aren't exactly hard to position on accessories, but if they were just a tad softer it would make this easier.

There is the included hexagonal black stand with the Star Wars logo on the bottom of it, which is pretty standard for SideShow, but other extras are limited to the weapons and 3 sets of alternative hands.  I suppose an MG34 as seen in the promo pics might have been a nice addition for anyone who wanted to follow that look, but that may be a bit tenuous to include as an extra scratch .  
It is difficult to see what other extras SideShow might have included, but at the price point it might have been nice if they imagined up something else to put in the box.

Conclusions
I love this figure Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy It closes a hole in my Bounty Hunter collection that I have been looking to fill for a number of years.  A reasonably film accurate pose can be achieved even though we only really see him in TESB in one pose for a few seconds at most, and I think he looks great alongside the rest of his Bounty Hunter chums.  
It really is nice to have a decent looking Dengar at last, and whilst there are some things I think could have been done differently it is still a great figure and one that any Star Wars Bounty Hunter fan surely ought to have.

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A couple of pics with the Hasbro 12" Dengar he replaces for reference.

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and a pic with Zuckuss, and with all his TESB Bounty Hunter mates Very Happy

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Look what arrived today - Fri Apr 13, 2018 8:05 am

cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce

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Well, after an all but 4 month wait (I preordered 14th January) My Dengar and Zuckuss figures arrived today. bounce bounce bounce

I have been waiting for these for so long really, in order to complete my ESB Bounty Hunter collection properly.

I will post a quick review of both in separate threads once I have had a bit more time with them, and of course there will be some pics with their Bounty Hunter buddies.  

I couldn't wait to put up some pics though so for now the boxes will have to suffice Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Watch this space!!!

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I skipped Sunday - hey, the family was over for Easter.  But let's get back to things tonight with a look at a very wintry dude, the Snowtrooper Commander from Sideshow. I love Hoth characters, and it's amazing that I've added two to the collection in the last couple weeks. You can find my review here:

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or with the rest of the reviews:

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Coming up next - two reviews in a row from Qmx!  Have a great weekend, and thanks for reading!

Michael

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My Star Wars collection - Sat Mar 31, 2018 6:38 am

Well having nothing new figure wise to post about, and this being a new forum to me I thought I would post up some pics of my existing figures as they are currently displayed.  I'm starting with my Star Wars collection, I hope you enjoy them.

Droids, Jawas and Tuskan Raider
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Sandtroopers
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Scout Trooper
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Darth Vader and Stormtroopers
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ESB Bounty Hunters (still waiting for my SideShow Dengar and Zuckus to arrive Rolling Eyes
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A few other Bounty Hunters
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And Kylo Ren and 1st Order Stormtrooper
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