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Month Deity of War- Golden
1/6 Scale Action Figure
Item Name: Month Deity of War- Golden 1/6 Scale Action Figure
Item No: PL2020-169A
Bar Code: 6971272330758

Month Deity of War
Month was the falcon headed deity of War in ancient Egypt, often appearing together with Horus.Before being overshadowed by patron of god Amun, Month was a prominent and important deity in Thebes.

Packing List:
1) 1 X headsculpts
2) 1 X TBLeague female seamless body with metal skeleton
3)3 pairs X interchangeable hands
4)1 X Head scarf
5)1 X battle style skirt
6)1 X battle skirt armor
7)1 pair X falcon-shaped feet
8)1pair X arm rings
9)1 X neck armor
10) 1 X chest armor
11)1 pair X forearm armors
12) 1 pair X leg armors
13)1 pair X fabric leg sleeves
14)1 X scepter
15) 1 pair X Fabric arm straps
16)1 X cloak decorated with fur
17)1 X machete

Packaging:
1 product/individual box
GW: 1.315kg
Measurements: 24.3cm * 10cm * 38cm

6 products/master carton
GW: 10.136 kg
Measurements: 51cm * 32.5cm * 40.5cm


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Month Deity of War- Sliver
1/6 Scale Action Figure
Item Name: Month Deity of War- Sliver 1/6 Scale Action Figure
Item No: PL2020-169B
Bar Code: 6971272330765

Month Deity of War
Month was the falcon headed deity of War in ancient Egypt, often appearing together with Horus.Before being overshadowed by patron of god Amun, Month was a prominent and important deity in Thebes.


Packing List:
1) 1 X headsculpts
2) 1 X TBLeague female seamless body with metal skeleton
3)3 pairs X interchangeable hands
4)1 X Head scarf
5)1 X battle style skirt
6)1 X battle skirt armor
7)1 pair X falcon-shaped feet
8)1pair X arm rings
9)1 X neck armor
10) 1 X chest armor
11)1 pair X forearm armors
12) 1 pair X leg armors
13)1 pair X fabric leg sleeves
14)1 X scepter
15) 1 pair X Fabric arm straps
16)1 X cloak decorated with fur
17)1 X machete

Packaging:
1 product/individual box
GW: 1.315kg
Measurements: 24.3cm * 10cm * 38cm

6 products/master carton
GW: 10.136 kg
Measurements: 51cm * 32.5cm * 40.5cm


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#newproduct #TBLeague #Month #Egyptian #GoddessofWar #female #mythology #fantasy
Horus Guardian of Pharaoh- Golden 1/6 Scale Action Figure

Item Name: Horus Guardian of Pharaoh- Golden 1/6 Scale Action Figure
Item No: PL2020-170A
Bar Code: 697 127233 073 4

Horus ,Egyptian god,Guardian of Pharaoh.
He was in the form of a falcon whose right eye was the sun or morning star, representing power and quintessence, and whose left eye was the moon or evening star, representing healing.
Horus was a powerful fighter. In order to protect the imperial authority, Horus defeated Set, who was many times more powerful than himself. After succeeding to the throne, Horus was also regarded as the supreme god, the god of the sky.

Packing List:
1) 2 x headsculpts
2) 1 x TBLeague 1/6 male seamless body with metal skeleton
3)3 pairs x interchangeable hands
4) 1 x battle style skirt
5)1 X belt
6)1 pair x feet
7) 1 x machete
8)1 X scepter
9)1 X neck armor
10)1 pair X armbands
11)1 pair X armlets
12)1 pair X forearm armors
13) 1 pair X leg armors
14)1 pair X fabric leg sleeves
15) 1 x cloak


Packaging:
1 product/individual box
GW: 1.81 kg
Measurements: 24.3cm*11.0cm*38.0cm

6 products/master carton
GW: 11.76 kg
Measurements: 50cm*36.7cm*40.5cm

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Horus Guardian of Pharaoh- Sliver 1/6 Scale Action Figure

Item Name: Horus Guardian of Pharaoh- Sliver 1/6 Scale Action Figure
Item No: PL2020-170B
Bar Code: 697 127233 074 1

Horus ,Egyptian god,Guardian of Pharaoh.
He was in the form of a falcon whose right eye was the sun or morning star, representing power and quintessence, and whose left eye was the moon or evening star, representing healing.
Horus was a powerful fighter. In order to protect the imperial authority, Horus defeated Set, who was many times more powerful than himself. After succeeding to the throne, Horus was also regarded as the supreme god, the god of the sky.

Packing List:
1) 2 x headsculpts
2) 1 x TBLeague 1/6 male seamless body with metal skeleton
3)3 pairs x interchangeable hands
4) 1 x battle style skirt
5)1 X belt
6)1 pair x feet
7) 1 x machete
8)1 X scepter
9)1 X neck armor
10)1 pair X armbands
11)1 pair X armlets
12)1 pair X forearm armors
13) 1 pair X leg armors
14)1 pair X fabric leg sleeves
15) 1 x cloak


Packaging:
1 product/individual box
GW: 1.81 kg
Measurements: 24.3cm*11.0cm*38.0cm

6 products/master carton
GW: 11.76 kg
Measurements: 50cm*36.7cm*40.5cm


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#newproduct #TBLeague #Horus #Egyptian #Mythology #male #fantasy
NSFW (?) -- The newly assembled "Death Star Trooper" (HERE) just had to get into a silly adventure. As always, this is intended for comedy, and while it does not depict anything explicit, it does make reference to adult themes and therefore may not be suitable for every setting or audience. Although already censored, two more informative images have been hidden as spoilers; you can click on them to view them if you wish.

For the previous installment of Star Wars silliness, check out the Silver Linings story.

Loosely inspired by the "How it should have ended" series...

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For the previous installment of Star Wars silliness, check out the Silver Linings story.

#starwars #comedy #parody #scifi #fiction #hottoys #sideshow #phicen #tbleague
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Part I

Part II in Post 14 below.

The issue of precise or relative scale has come up from time to time. Although our focus is on sixth-scale figures, even when these reproduce their subject faithfully, they can vary in height, sometimes dramatically. In other cases, companies have been known to make figures a certain size (e.g., 12 inches), without much attention to the proper scale. Not that it would provide any kind of comprehensive answers, but I thought I would compare a number of figures to illustrate this variation -- they were selected for being unusually tall or short, with some others thrown in because they were readily available.

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The Ewok (or I should say this Ewok, Wicket), is the shortest, at about 15 cm (5.9 inches) to the top of the scalp (add 0.5 cm to the tip of the ears).

The HT Jawa is next, at about 20 cm (7.9 in) without the hood (add 1.5 cm to the tip of the hood).

The custom Gamora (on TBLeague's S25B body) is about 26.75 cm (10.5 in). Actress Zoe Saldana is actually 5 ft 7 in, which translates to 28.3 cm (11.16 in) in sixth scale. The custom body matches the HT female body from the original set in height, but both are too short.

The custom Endor Leia (on TBLeague's S25 body) is about 28 cm (11 in), with boots. Actress Carrie Fisher was actually 5 ft 1 in, which translates to 25.8 cm (10.16 in) in sixth scale (but without boots). The custom body matches the HT female body from the original set in height.

The random hoplite (on TBLeague's M33 body) is about 29.5 cm (11.6 in).

The Roman eques ("Dato") is about 30.5 cm (12 in), with boots but without the helmet, or 37 cm (14.5 in) with the helmet, crest, and plume.

Star-Lord is about 31 cm (12.2 in), with boots. Actor Chris Pratt is actually 6 ft 2 in, which translates to 31.3 cm (12.33 in) in sixth scale (but without boots). The figure is too short.

The custom Michael Jordan (on TBLeague's M36B body) is about 33.75 cm (13.3 in). The real Michael Jordan is actually 6 ft 6 in, which translates to 33.02 cm (13 in) in sixth scale. The figure is a little too tall.

Chewbacca is about 36 cm (14.2 in).

Groot, affectionately known as "Tree," is about 40 cm (15.7 in) to the highest tip on the head.

Thanos, the Mad Titan, is about 42.5 cm (16.7 in), with boots but without the helmet, or add 1 cm to the top of the helmet.

Hope this has been of some interest.

#comparison #height #bodies #statistics #hottoys #phicen #tbleague #haoyu
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Additional photos in Post 15 and Post 16 below. Spin-off photo story: STAR WARS A Happy Endings Story.

One of the most recognizable imperial trooper type throughout the Original Trilogy and related Star Wars films was the Imperial Naval Guard or Trooper. Mislabeled "Death Squad Troopers" and "Death Star Troopers" by Kenner and Hasbro, these were clad in all black (tunic or jumpsuit, with gloves and boots) and sported large samurai-type "cheese grater" helmets. Although they were among the first dozen "classic"-scale (3.75-inch) Star Wars figures produced by Kenner, to the best of my knowledge they have never been given the higher-end sixth-scale treatment (Kenner, or was it Hasbro, produced a 12-inch version in 1998, but that does not qualify as high end; while it was not bad for its time, its somewhat odd proportions and oversized head and helmet detract from the realism potential).

Some years ago Hot Toys advertised an impending "Death Star Trooper" figure, for example at the San Diego Comic Con and other such venues (see HERE and HERE). Many people, including yours truly, were very excited... and contacted Hot Toys to correct the glaring mistake of placing the imperial "cog" emblem on the tunic (it only goes on jumpsuits). At that time, the project was still a go. Since then, any mention of it seems to have disappeared...

The ironic thing is that Hot Toys has now essentially created the "Death Star Trooper," but failed to actually put it together and release it. The most signature piece, the helmet, was provided as a makeshift drum for the evil Ewok in the recent Endor Leia and Wicket combo set. The helmet is sharply sculpted, weathered, and better-sized than the Kenner/Hasbro version from 1998, although its flared rim does not appear to flare out or as far as it did in A New Hope; but it seems to be more accurate to its appearance in the later films. Parted out, the helmet sold like crazy -- it was certainly the one thing I really wanted from that set, and apparently I wasn't alone. Luckily, in a moment of weakness, I had gotten some helmets from a seller in China on eBay, for prices that I am ashamed to mention -- but were lower than the ones you would find on eBay today. With that, I was well on my way to reconstituting what would (or could) have been Hot Toys' "Death Star Trooper." And in fact one could build him using all Hot Toys parts. While the helmet was not instantly wearable, a modicum of rigging made it so. The chin strap was borrowed and slightly repurposed from the even more recent Mudtrooper set (detailed review HERE). The two-part gloves, the boots, and the belt with holster and laser pistol were borrowed from the Death Star Gunner set (detailed review HERE). The tunic and pants came from the Count Dooku set. The body is a True Type TTM14 (the one that came with the Taylor Kitsch/Gambit head). The head is from the Hot Toys Justice League Superman set. That makes a fully armed and operational Hot Toys "Death Star Trooper" action figure.

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Pleased as I was with "my" achievement, I actually preferred some parts from other companies -- like the DID jackboots, the Sideshow gloves (less articulation but more matte, like worn leather), and the TBLeague body (the unsightly M30 works great in clothing). That is what you see in the photos below.

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Overall, I am pretty pleased with the way he turned out. Yes, the tunic could have had slits on the front near the shoulders for code cylinders (not used by this trooper type in A New Hope or Empire Strikes Back, but one is seen in Return of the Jedi). Yes, the detail on the "ear caps" could have been more accurate (seven indentations rather than the four bumps -- here the Kenner or Hasbro version was actually better -- although it is conceivable there was some variation among the helmets used while shooting the films), but on the whole he makes for a realistic, well-proportioned, and sharp figure.

What do you think?

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Additional photos in Post 15 and Post 16 below. Spin-off photo story: STAR WARS A Happy Endings Story.

#starwars #deathstartroopers #navalguards #male #scifi #hottoys #sideshow #did #phicen #tbleague #kitbash #custom
A conversation with Ovy got me to try out a pair of sixth-scale Adidas-like track pants from an eBay seller in China (from the TYM031 sports clothing set). You may have seen them among the "goofing" photos in the Silver Linings photo story thread. I used the same body to answer a question about head and body skin tone matching by ReverendSpooky, and stumbled across a minor discovery. While I had tested the pants on a hard-plastic open-jointed body and determined they will not stain, as I suspected the stretchy fabric caused plenty of fiber transfer. But before automatically going to wash it off (or reaching for the lint brush), it occurred to me that the tiny fibers were a way to achieve a relatively subtle body hair effect. So I massaged the offending garment onto the silicone surface in sensible places for a quick test, and I think the result confirmed my theory. I didn't even think to remove the protective powder before I applied the effect, which might have enhanced it. We have looked at other ways of adding an extra touch of realism through either attaching body hair, or spreading it on with a paint brush, or painting it with the finest pens that would cure on the surface, but in most instances the result is not subtle enough. This seems to overcome that problem, although it might be a tad too subtle. At any rate, here are some photos.

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The result is semi-permanent in this sense: you cannot easily remove the effect by handling or even wiping the surface. But you can use a lint brush to lift the fibers or you can wash the surface with soap and water. Either way, remember to re-apply protective powder.

What do you think?

#tbleague #phicen #m33 #silicone #body #hair #modification #custom #kitbash
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NSFW (?) Although there is nothing really graphic here, the story deals with adult situations and may or may not be appropriate for all viewers or settings. And it is certainly very much tongue-in-cheek. Although already censored, one more informative image has been hidden as a Spoiler; click if you wish to view it.

For the next installment of Star Wars silliness, check out the Happy Endings story.

Continued research into the far reaches of space has turned up never before seen footage of Leia's adventures on Endor. It is currently unclear whether this footage is a deleted scene, a fan film, a parody, or something else. But it certainly provides additional insight into the Star Wars universe...

Extra photos in Post 16 and Post 28.

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Although I was not planning on it, I got a few of the Endor Leia parts (and that made me get a couple of the Deluxe Luke parts too) and couldn't resist doing something with them. I also wanted to continue exploring the basic possibilities with the graphics software, although they would be quite remedial for some of our more tech-savy graphic artists.

What do you think?

Extra photos in Post 16.

For the next installment of Star Wars silliness, check out the Happy Endings story.

#starwars #endor #leia #luke #scout #parody #humor #fiction #scifi #hottoys #sideshow #tbleague #phicen
BettiePage V2 Queen of Pinups 1/6th Scale Action FigureBAR
CODE: 614614989011

Sensual, Sexy, Erotic, Sadistic, Play-mate, Uninhibited…These are just a few names to describe the Queen of the Pin-Ups…the one and only…Bettie Page.
Born April 22nd, 1923, Bettie didn't start her modeling career until 1951. With her striking looks and expressions, along with her full figured body, Bettie became known as the “Girl with the Perfect Figure'. Posing for more than 20,000 photo graphs, Bettie also was a Playboy centerfold as well as a pioneer in the fetish themed photo shoots.
With her departure from the pin-up world in the 1950's, Ms. Page vanished until 1900's when her images resurfaced and began selling to a new generation of collectors and fans.

Packing List:
① 1 x head sculpt
② 1 x TBLeague 1/6 female seamless body with metal skeleton
③ 3 pairs x interchangeable hands
④ 2 pairs x feet
⑤ 1 x one-piece swimsuit
⑥ 1 x dagger with sheath
⑦ 1 x base & holder

Bettie Page

Gender: Female Horoscope: Taurus Date of Birth and Death: 1923-04-22 to 2008-12-11
Place of birth: Nashville, Tennessee, USAProfession: ActorMore foreign names: Betty Mae Page (real name) / Girl with the Perfect Figure (nickname)


Born in Nashville, Tennessee in 1923. Betty started doing various modeling jobs when she was young, but she has not been appreciated by mainstream media.
In 1952, she started to shoot mail order photos. Many of her beauty photos during this period are SM themed.
Betty Page was the first restraint model, and she quickly became the hottest pinup girl in New York.
Betty also took off from time to time in the poster, and of course Hugh Hefner quickly caught up.
In January 1955, Betty boarded the extra large folding centerfold of "Playboy."

Betty Page is a southern beauty with jet-black hair and iconic bangs.
She showed the female body in a way that many people had never seen before. Those photos were controversial and Betty became popular.
Page has never shown direct sexual content in photos or movie scenes, at best nude photos.
Her provocative posture is very outstanding and attracts the public.
Betty Page has a great influence on the fashion industry and the modeling industry, and she is praised for it.
In the process of promoting the acceptance of popular culture, she played an important role.

Betty Page is dubbed the "Queen of Portraits" because she is widely known for her black lace suit.
She has a perverse temperament and a strange behavior. In the late 1950s, she was imprisoned in a mental hospital due to a mental breakdown attacking the landlord.
Betty was diagnosed with severe schizophrenia in 1992 and was released from the hospital.
She hired an asset manager and started to make money from her image.
Betty Page died of pneumonia in a hospital in Los Angeles in 2008 at the age of 85.

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Aquaman Experiment - Mon Jul 27, 2020 1:11 pm

I was just goofing around a bit with the graphics software, using a couple of the photos I took for the clothing thread (HERE) that I couldn't use because they were taken against a green screen and I was blanking out on the editing.

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What do you think?

#aquaman #superhero #arthurcurry #jasonmomoa #atlas #artfigures #tbleague #phicen #m33
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TBLeague 1/6 Barbarian Soul Action Figure

Item No: PL2020-167
Bar Code: 697 127233 071 0
Packing List:
1) 1 x head sculpt
2) 1 x TBLeague 1/6 male seamless body with metal skeleton
3)3 pair x interchangeable hands
4) 1 x battle strap on the upper body
5) 1 x waist-belt
6) 1 x battle fur skirt
7) 1 x skirt armor
Cool 1 x helmet
9) 1 pair x shoes
10) 1 pair x shoulder armors
11) 1 x medal on the chest
12) 1 pair x leg armors
13) 1 pair x leg fur sleeves
14) 1x skull accessory hangs at the waist-belt
15) 1 pair x forearm fur sleeves
16) 1 pair x arm armors
17) 4 x puttees
18) 1 x cloak
19) 1 x axe

Packaging:
1 product/individual box
GW: 1.81 kg
Measurements: 24.3cm*10.0cm*38.0cm

6 products/master carton
GW: 11.76 kg
Measurements: 51.5cm*33cm*40.5cm

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#newproduct #TBLeague #BarbarianSoul #male #fantasy
Clothing TBLeague (formerly Phicen) seamless bodies in any scale and of any sex is always a challenge to some extent, but probably nowhere more so than with the twelfth scale male seamless bodies. Whereas there is a greater choice of female clothing and accessories in that scale, high-end twelfth scale male figures and the corresponding clothing and accessories are harder to find. Recently a few companies, most notably Mezco One:12 Collective and DAM Toys have begun to put out such product that can provide some of these parts. But they tend to be few, pricey, and often overly specific; moreover, there are consistency issues in terms of scale between products and brands.

TBLeague has thankfully made a (tiny) first step in the right direction, by reintroducing the most minimal of clothing for their female and male twelfth-scale figures (essentially equivalent to underwear or bathing suits). But unless one is making a twelfth-scale beach or bedroom scene, that is hardly going to be enough. Apart from trying to use pieces from other companies' twelfth-scale sets, there is now another, slightly more ambitious step in the right direction, by Toy Center. Toy Center produced three sets of basic athletic clothing, specifically advertised as fitting the TBLeague twelfth-scale male figures. I picked up two of these sets (which vary only in color choice), CEN-S04B and CEN-S04C. You can find them, for example, HERE.

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Each set contains three items: underwear, athletic shorts, and a "wife beater" top.

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The underwear is perhaps what can be described as boxers or boxer briefs, slightly more covering than the black underwear that was already provided with TBLeague's twelfth-scale male figures. Unless you are looking for that specific look, herein lies the problem... or rather missed opportunity. Since these figures already came with underwear, and since that area was going to be covered by the shorts anyway, the underwear is redundant and basically unnecessary. I think it would have been far more worthwhile to include a set of twelfth-scale athletic shoes instead, to go with the rest of the outfit. I tried looking for some online, unsuccessfully. Nothing wrong with the Toy Center underwear -- though it is as simple as one might expect it to be in this scale, and it can be somewhat difficult to fit especially on the larger TBLeague twelfth-scale body -- it is just not all that useful.

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Each set comes with black athletic shorts with white stripes on the sides. These look pretty good, including the elastic waist area. The white stripes are sown only at the top and bottom, but for the most part that is not noticeable.

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Finally, the "wife beater" top, which is colored to match the underwear. While it is fairly simple, it works quite well, being elastic enough to fit onto the body and then reveal the underlying musculature. I suppose that's a definite win in the world of athletics and body building.

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Given the relatively light and skimpy character of the clothing sets, it should be no surprise that they do not stand in the way of the articulation. But it's still nice that they don't.

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Overall, while I am not necessarily wowed by these sets, I'm pleased that they work as intended, and give us a slightly more dressed look for the TBLeague twelfth-scale males. I am also happy to report that the black shorts did not stain the body, nor did the body or the clothing sustain any damage in the process of putting it on and taking it off. I do wish they had provided shoes (perhaps instead of the redundant underwear). As for more ambitious clothing, that would be great, although I realize that this could be left to more conventional hard-plastic visible-jointed bodies. Nevertheless, there are some good news: Toy Center is coming up with another three sets, this time including jeans and shoes. See for example HERE.

Hope you found this informative, useful, and maybe amusing.

For a review of the TBLeague twelfth-scale bodies, you can check HERE and HERE.

#toycenter #clothing #male #twelfthscale #tbleague #phicen
INTRODUCTION

Since the subjects of different body types, heights, care, precautions, etc. keep coming up when it comes to TBLeague's (previously Phicen's) super-flexible seamless bodies with steel internal skeletons, and since the information provided is scattered across a dozen topics in various states of completeness or relevance, I decided to start a thread that tries to assemble everything we need to know as a central area of reference for these bodies.

The plan is to start with a basic image guide (arranged alphabetically by model name/number), accompanied with basic info and links to reviews or other posts, then follow with some basic information as to care, clothing, etc.

I'm starting with items from my collection, but I certainly do not own every body type, so I'm inviting those of you who have versions I'm missing to submit similar images for inclusion -- of course you will be credited accordingly. Please submit such images, information, or suggestions below.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Part I: Male Bodies (Post 2 below)
Part II: Female Bodies (Post 3 below)
Part III: Skintone (Post 4 below)
Part IV: Body Type (Post 5 below)
Part V: Care and Maintenance (Post 6 below)
Part VI: Clothing (Post 7 below)
Part VII: Customizing (Post 8 below)

#phicen #tbleague #seamless #steel #body #male #female #reference
TBLeague 1 / 6th Female Super-Flexible
Seamless Bodies

Item No .:
PLLB2020-S36 / S37
PLLB2020-S36A / S37A

Bar code: 697 127233 0604 (S36) 697 127233 0611 (S36A)
               697 127233 0628 (S37) 697 127233 0635 (S37A )

New push! "Small waist essence" female body
comes from the second-dimensional girl. The slim waist makes the overall curve more attractive.
Two options are available: full version (with head carving and bracket) and simple version (without head carving and bracket).
Purchase a set of bikinis.


Height: 280mm
Bust: 115mm
Waist: 72mm
Hip: 130mcm

TBLeague Anime Girls Coming-S36 / S36A / S37 / S37A
These girls earlier being stuck in the 2-D world have now come into our real world!
They have a nice hour -glass figure, the concave and convex lines are so eye-catching ...

They are of the same body type.
height: 280 mm
BWH:
bust 115 mm
waist 72 mm
hips 130 mm

S36 & S37: also including head sculpt and stand
S36A & S37A: NO head sculpt or stand included
But they all have bikinis which are complimentary.

Packing List
S36 & S37 (white skin , With head carving)
1, 1 × head carving
2, 1 × TBLeague steel frame seamless ultra-movable girl body
3, 3 pairs × replaceable hands
4, 2 pairs × replaceable feet
5, 1 set × bikini (gift )
6, 1 × base & stand
7, 1 × color box

S36A & S37A (white skin, without head carving)
1, 1 × TBLeague steel bone seamless ultra-movable girl body
2, 3 pairs × replaceable hands
3, 2 pairs × Interchangeable feet
4, 1 set × Bikini (gift)
5, 1 × Color box

Packing list
S36 / S37 (plae, a head sculpt included)
1, 1 × head sculpt
2, 1 × TBLeague female seamless body with metal skeleton
3, 3 pairs × interchangeable hands
4, 2 pairs × interchangeable feet
5, 1 × bikini (for free)
6, 1 × base & holder
7, 4 color packaging

S36A / S37A ( (Pale, NO head Sculpt included)
1,1 × TBLeague FEMALE Seamless body with Metal Skeleton
2,3 × pairs Interchangeable Hands
3,2- pairs Interchangeable feet '×
4,1 × Bikini (for Free)
5,4- Color packaging

packaging (packaging )
S36 a head sculpt included (S36, head sculpt included)
1 product / color box
GW: 0.57 kg
Measurements: 14 cm * 6.8 cm * 33.3cm

12 products / master carton
GW: 7.55 kg
Measurements: 42.5 cm * 29cm * 35.5 cm

S37 a head sculpt included (S37, head sculpt included)
1 product / color box
GW: 0.55 kg
Measurements: 14 cm * 6.8 cm * 33.3cm

12 products / master carton
GW: 7.38 kg
Measurements: 42.5 cm * 29cm * 35.5 cm

S36A \ S37A no head sculpt included (S36A \ S37A no head sculpt included)
1 product / color box
GW: 0.47 kg
Measurements: 14cm * 6.8cm * 33.3cm

12 products / master carton
GW: 6.40 kg
Measurements: 42.5cm * 29cm * 35.5cm

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Model list

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PLLB2020- S37A

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#newproduct #TBLeague #female #body #smallwaist #stylized #anime #accessory

TBLeague Vampirella 1/12 Scale - Wed Apr 22, 2020 8:19 pm

There's a cute 1/12 scale Vampirella coming out soon!

Estimated Release Date: June 2020

https://www.bigbadtoystore.com/Product/VariationDetails/124014

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Box Contents

Vampirella figure
3 Pairs of hands
One-piece bikini-style costume
Pair of boots
Armlet (for right upper arm)
Pair of bangles
Thigh band (for right thigh)
Dagger
Reduced scale bat model
Reduced scale skull model
Cloak
Base
Tombstone (a detachable part of the base)

#tbleague #vampirella
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For Part II (NSFW?), see Post 12 below.

The experimentation continues...

For the custom figure itself, see here:
https://onesixthfigures.forumotion.com/t2773-star-wars-darth-maul-custom-updated-with-part-iii-photo-heavy

For the painting part, see here, post 205:
https://onesixthfigures.forumotion.com/t260p164-painting-seamless-bodies-updated-april-2020#36579

Part I

In recent news from Hollywood, a small set of previously unknown Star Wars scenes and corresponding portions of scripts have been leaked. The first of these appears to take place on an unidentified desert planet where Obi-Wan Kenobi has retired for a life of peaceful contemplation, until his serenity was rudely interrupted by the appearance of Darth Maul...

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Part II (NSFW?) in Post 12 below -- actually a "prequel" to this scene Smile

#starwars #darthmaul #obiwankenobi #benkenobi #satire #humor #scifi #hottoys #tbleague #phicen #seamless #custom #m30
Part I Maul 1.0
Part II in Post 15 below; Part III in Post 27 below.; Part IV (Maul 2.0) in Post 39 below

For the Further Adventures of Darth Maul, please see HERE.

Let me preface this by saying that I'm no Maul fanboy. Yes, he has a striking look, but if you think about it, it is as trite and silly as "Wolf Man" or "Devil Man" from the Mos Eisley Cantina. Yes, he was a cooler and more compelling villain than his replacement (and his even sillier name). But he seems to me almost as overrated as Boba Fett, and I haven't gotten into the animated series enough to appreciate the later additions to his story, and his appearance in Solo, while less cringe-worthy than the rest of that entire film (ok, hyperbole), didn't do much for me. Perhaps I lack imagination. Perhaps I only really like the Original Trilogy...

The point is, this one was very much one of those "can it be done?" customs. I had picked up many of the parted-out Darth Maul pieces from the HT set (it was too well done to resist), and I had long experimented with painting TBLeague seamless bodies. I was also inspired by a very cool Kotobukiya statue of Maul. And some fan art, although I've got to say, I ran across some pretty curious things out there (apparently devil boy has become a bit of a sex symbol obsession for some people... to each their own...). The current "canon" is that Maul is basically red-skinned, with black Sith or Dathomirian tattoos; I prefer thinking of them as war paint, which might account why they vary from image to image (apart from parts of this never having been shown in a licensed image -- even the Kotobukiya statue that was my main inspiration is probably less than canonical), and have treated them as such. Anyway, with most of the pieces finally here, although I realized too late some things were still missing or unfinished, here is the first set of images from this custom.

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Hope you liked it or found it amusing...

For Part II, see Post 15 below; for Part III, see Post 27 below; for Part IV, see Post 39 below.

For the Further Adventures of Darth Maul, please see HERE.

#starwars #darthmaul #custom #phicen #tbleague
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TBLeague S38 1/6 Pale Skin female seamless body with metal skeleton + head sculpt

Part List:

1 × TBLeague female seamless body with metal skeleton
Chubby body shape, large Breast Size
1x female head sculpt
3 pairs × interchangeable hands
2 pairs × interchangeable feet
1 × bikini
1 x display stand

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TBLeague S38A 1/6 Pale Skin female seamless body with metal skeleton

Part List:

1 × TBLeague female seamless body with metal skeleton
Chubby body shape, large Breast Size

3 pairs × interchangeable hands

2 pairs × interchangeable feet

1 × bikini

NOTE : No Head Sculpt


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TBLeague S39 1/6 Suntan Skin female seamless body with metal skeleton + head sculpt

Part List:

1 × TBLeague female seamless body with metal skeleton
Chubby body shape, large Breast Size
1x female head sculpt
3 pairs × interchangeable hands
2 pairs × interchangeable feet
1 × bikini
1 x display stand

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TBLeague S39A 1/6 Suntan Skin female seamless body with metal skeleton

Part List:

1 × TBLeague female seamless body with metal skeleton
Chubby body shape, large Breast Size

3 pairs × interchangeable hands

2 pairs × interchangeable feet

1 × bikini

NOTE : No Head Sculpt

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#newproduct #TBLeague #Chubby #female #body #accessory

Tiny Tina and the Zombies! (Fun Time) - Sat Mar 21, 2020 1:59 am

Tiny Tina hasn't had an adventure since she escaped Captain Marvel who was trying to force her to watch her movie! Now she has come out to have a little fun Smile

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#TBLeague #Tiny #Tina #Flyboy #Plaid #Shirt #Zombie #Dawn #Dead
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Viking Woman 1/6 Scale Action Figure

Item Name: Viking Woman 1/6 Scale Action Figure
Item No: PL2020-162
Bar Code: 6 971272 330541

Packing List:
1) 1 x head sculpt
2) 1 x TBLeague 1/6 female seamless body with metal skeleton
3) 3 pairs x interchangeable hands
4) 1 x horned helmet
5) 1 x chest guard
6) 1 x belt
7) 1 x short skirt
Cool 1 pair x leg warmers
9) 1 pair x leg armors
10) 1 pair x shoes
11) 1 x necklace
12) 2 x armlets for right arm
13) 1 x armlet for left arm
14) 1 pair x shoulder armors
15) 1 pair x leather sleeves
16) 1 pair x forearm armors
17) 1 pair x knee armors
18) 2 x cloth arm straps
19) 1 x shoulder strap
20) 1 x shield
21) 1 x Poleaxe
22) 1 x base and holder

Packaging:
1 product / individual box
GW: 2.31 kg
Measurements: 24cm * 12cm * 38cm

4 products / master carton
GW: 10.51 kg
Measurements: 52cm * 26.3cm * 40.5cm

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#newproduct #TBLeague #VikingWoman #female #fantasy
SINFUL SUZI walks the line between sin and temptation, faith and redemption.  With a heavenly smile and devilish curves, she can fulfill your dreams or haunt your nightmares.  Be prepared to pay her price if you dare summon her.  Designed to test a man's deepest convictions, she will teach you the true meaning of 'a devil's bargain'.

Having first appeared in Joseph Michael Linsner’s SIN BOLDLY (2013, Image Comics), Sinful Suzi will soon return in her own mini-series.  There she will try and bargain with the devil for a path out of Hell.  The Devil tells her that after she collects 1,000 souls, she can return to the life she had before she was wrongly sent to Hell.  But can she trust Satan to live up to his end of the bargain?

SINFUL SUZI was created and designed by artist Joseph Michael Linsner

Packing List:

1 x head sculpt
1 x TBLeague 1/6 female seamless body with metal skeleton
3 pairs x interchangeable hands
1 x one-piece costume
1 pair x leather sleeves
1 pair x knee-high boots
1 x three-pronged spear
1 x dungeon model as a base (a demon prisoner & ornamental skull model)

*When assembled, the base is one solid unit with a removable skull.

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#newproduct #TBLeague #SinfulSuzi #female #JosephMichaelLinsner #comicbook #fantasy/horror
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Introduction
TBLeague (formerly Phicen) has recently released its second 1/12 scale female seamless body (that is not part of a boxed set per se), and made it available in pale (T03A) and suntan (T03B) versions. The present review is focused on T03B, with a partial comparison to the previously released T01B. I've already reviewed the male figures HERE.

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Packaging - 4/4 stars
Something I really liked about TBLeague's 1/12 figure packaging is how compact it was, in relatively small and sturdy plastic boxes with foam sheets to secure everything inside. This is still the case, except that the box is significantly larger than those that came with their previous 1/12 bodies. This is due mostly to the inclusion of additional items, most notably the base/stand, although I wonder whether a more compact package might not have been attainable. Still, the box and its several layers of foam keep everything snug and collector friendly. The instruction/warning sheet ("introduction") is located all the way at the bottom, beneath the last layer of foam.

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Sculpting - 4/4 stars
T03B (and its paler counterpart T03A) stands just over 5.5 in (14 cm) tall, which is a little bit shorter than its predecessor T01B, which was about 5.75 in (15 cm) tall. T03B sports a more curvaceous body type and generally looks even better proportioned than its predecessor. The sculpting is very good and precise, something remarkably given the scale and silicone material. The same is true for the head sculpt, which looks much better than the rather bland and anime sculpt that came with T01B -- or it would, if had been professionally painted, but more on that below.

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Paint - 1/4 stars
The silicone body and the harder plastic hands and feet, as well as the head sculpt, are given an even female suntan color. This is very good in itself, and as usual notably lighter than the male suntan (compare T03B to TM01A and TM02A). If there is any special coloring on the nipples and "secret woman parts," it is so subtle that I'm not sure I can really tell it is there. But what really hurts this category is the unpainted head sculpt. If they are going to include a head sculpt (and reflect that in the pricing), they ought to paint it, as they have done beautifully before for their boxed sets (I'm using one of them for the T01B body, but even the bland anime head that came with was given a nicely executed precise paint job). Paint a 1/6-scale head well is challenge enough, but doing that to a 1/12-head is almost a cruel joke. I can't claim to have done very well with it, but it gets the job done and is reversible (I didn't seal the acrylics and can easily scrape them off and start again). There are a couple of silver linings -- the basic color of the harder plastic head (and hair pieces) matches the body and the hands and feet, so you do not have to worry about matching the skin tone; and the hair pieces come off, allowing you to paint them thoroughly, and to expose the face completely so that you could paint it more easily (in relative terms).

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Articulation - 3/4 stars
Like its predecessor and its male counterparts, T03B is remarkably well articulated for its size, but less well articulated than its 1/6-scale counterparts. That is not surprising in itself, but it can be disappointing, especially in relation to the apparent inability to achieve normal inwards motion with the lower arms. The instruction sheet claims otherwise, and you can get part way there by adjusting the arms from the shoulders, but it is not quite as effective. This is an issue with all TBLeague 1/12-scale bodies. Part of the answer may be provided by the diagram included in the "introduction" (instructions/warning) sheet, which shows that the body's active joints (in fact it makes me wonder whether there is a full stainless steel skeleton in there). You can see it in the photo under the "Things to watch out for" category.

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Accessories - 3/4 stars
T03B comes with pairs of relaxed hands and flat feet attached, plus knife grip and pistol grip hands, as well as heel feet for swapping. Why there isn't a pair of first I don't know. There is also a stand, which constitutes a fine but pretty plain metal (?) circular base to which you can attach an adjustable bendable segmented rod with an adjustable clamp at the end. It is nice, but you can usually get the figure to stand on its own without too much trouble.

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Outfit - 3/4 stars
This is a basic body and the inclusion of any outfit should be considered an option, a bonus of sorts. And so it is, but perhaps because of the greater scarcity of 1/12-scale garments that might fit, TBLeague has included at least some minimal clothing for all its 1/12-scale bodies so far. This is no exception, but whereas earlier sets included clothing made of cloth, T03B comes with clothing made of soft, stretchy plastic. This includes a two-piece bathing suit (red in this set, yellow with the pale T03A set), with matching wrist and ankle bands (which would help hide the joints between the seamless body and the removable hands and feet, but generally look a little silly). I'm not sure I'm loving this choice, but the pieces definitely look better cut and tailored than the cloth garments that came with T01B.

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Fun Factor - 3/4 stars
With another female and two male seamless bodies in this scale already out there, the new release by TBLeague has natural playmates for your shelf or scene. The unpainted head sculpt and slightly restricted articulation (lower arms) are annoyances, but this is still a good figure that lends itself to customization -- you might have plans to use another head anyway. Finding clothing (especially clothing that will fit well) in this scale would be a bigger challenge than in 1/6 scale, and to some extent the same may be true for accessories and diorama pieces.

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Value - 2/4 stars
Retailing at about $40 (USD), this is not a cheap base body, but then again it is seamless, very poseable, and has at least basic clothing (even if made of stretchy plastic), as well as a stand. Yet, we paid the same price for its predecessors, and although they did not come with a stand, they had finely painted head sculpts (whether we liked them or not) and actual cloth for the items of clothing. I don't know about you, but I would have preferred that over the stand.

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Things to watch out for
Not a whole lot. Do heat up the hands and feet before swapping, and take care to not overstretch or twist the thinner parts of the stretchy plastic outfit. It might not snap very easily, but it might stretch out of shape and look off if you overdo it. I would also be careful when trying to achieve inward motion for the lower arms -- avoid forcing it, lest something snaps. Do check out the "introduction" (instruction/warning) leaflet at the very bottom of the box under all the foam layers.

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Overall - 3/4 stars
TBLeague has produced another well articulated and attractive product in this small scale. It is not perfect and not as good as its 1/6-scale counterparts, but it is likely to take care of your seamless needs in 1/12 scale just fine -- for female figures anyway (these are more complete than the male sets). My only real disappointments here are the unpainted head sculpt (which is otherwise very nice) and the continued limited articulation of the lower arms.

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Where to buy?
(NOTE: some of these are currently on Pre-Order)

Big Bad Toy Store for $40 (pale version HERE)

Cotswold Collectibles for $45 (pale version HERE)

Monkey Depot for $45

Timewalker Toys for $44 (pale version HERE)

I hope this has been helpful. What do you think?

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TBL Fantasy Anubis (and friends) updated - Fri Jan 17, 2020 4:04 am

Updated with M32 body in Post 9 below

The TBLeague Anubis set advertised last fall was released recently. For all the problems I had with it from a historical/cultural and artistic point of view (and these matter to me), it was still very impressive and I couldn't resist picking up several of the parted out parts. And when I say several, I suppose I really should have just bought the set...

The product -- from what I have to judge -- looks very much like the prototype photos used by the company. It has all the advantages (seamless body, glorious details) and disadvantages (overly fantastical, even when there is plenty of reality to emulate) of being made by TBLeague. The head seems slightly undersized, especially on this neck, although it is very nicely sculpted, in a manner that is at once reminiscent of Egyptian art and more realistic. He suffers from a surfeit of piercings (something markedly un-Egyptian) and the style of his accessories and clothing is streamlined enough to look more at home with Stargate than in ancient Egypt. The body is far too muscular (for an alternative, more "realistic" look see the photo in Post 9 below), and in general the look has more to do with macabre Hollywood notions of Egyptian beliefs about the afterlife (where Anubis could be seen as a tyrannical villain -- there was a sci fi C movie about this not long ago... Pyramid?) than with actual Egyptian mythology. But so far, this is all about design choices; the result is arguably more striking and "cool" than something more accurate might have been, but I wonder whether that is/should be the point -- this ends up being loosely inspired by Egypt but not Egyptian. The only real complaint about quality is the extreme looseness of the foot ball joints inside the feet. With the bulky body, poor Anubis can barely keep standing; and I suspect it is not because he's been sampling liberally from the sacrificial wine offerings...

So here are a couple of in hand photos of the part of the set I got (didn't bother with the most fantasy elements), as part of a simple vignette inspired by some of the symbolic depictions of pharaonic investiture. Ramses (reconstituted from another, less fantastical set) and Amun-Ra-King-of-the-Gods (resin? statue) co-star.

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What do you think?

#anubis #egypt #fantasy #god #male #tbleague #tbl #phicen #productreview
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ABOUT THIS SIXTH SCALE FIGURE
“Those that look upon me see a form most pleasing to their desires, for it is easier to blind oneself with guile than to bear witness to the truth of our nature.” -Gethsemoni, the Dead Queen

Sideshow and TBLeague (Phicen) present the Gethsemoni: The Dead Queen Sixth Scale Figure, a regal new addition to our original Court of the Dead collection. The nature of the Flesh Faction is adaption, perfectly complimenting this poseable sixth scale figure and her array of Underworldly accessories.

Death’s first creation, the spiritborn Gethsemoni, was fashioned from raw flesh, her mind coalesced from the collective subconscious of humanity, and as such, her form echoes the expectations of the living. Beautiful and flawless to behold, this resident of the shadow realm glimmers like a jewel in the darkness. But be warned – the Queen of the Dead’s countenance is naught but a distraction. Her mercurial mood and unfettered ambitions make her a dangerous and volatile player in Death’s Court, and leader of the Faction of Flesh.

The Gethsemoni: The Dead Queen Sixth Scale Figure is highly articulated with a seamless body and a stainless-steel skeleton, rendered in the alluring likeness of the head of the Flesh Faction. Her form is detailed with delicate tattoos and she wears highly ornamental armor across her chest and hips. The figure includes additional accessories with which to adorn the queen, including two armlets, two wrist armors, neck armor, a thigh band, and ankle armor, all elaborately detailed with macabre sculpture and red jewel-like accents. Gethsemoni also comes with her exquisite crown, its shape a twisted interpretation of the mortal pelvic bone, symbolizing her maternal role within the Underworld.

The Gethsemoni: The Dead Queen Sixth Scale Figure also comes with three pairs of interchangeable hands, including one pair of relaxed hands, one pair of grip hands, and one pair of gesturing hands. Use these to craft your ideal vision of the Queen, clutching her pointed dagger or draped in her ornate red, gold, and black wrap skirt. She also has two pairs of feet, allowing for a variety of graceful poses on her Underworld terrain base ringed by Flesh Faction iconography. Included with the Dead Queen are two ghoulish companions who clutch at her legs and follow in her footsteps as she moves about her ghastly domain.

Pay homage to the most stunning creature in the Underworld and crown your Court of the Dead collection with the Gethsemoni: The Dead Queen Sixth Scale Figure.



Brand: Court of the Dead
Manufacturer: TBLeague
Type: Sixth Scale Figure

WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
The Gethsemoni The Dead Queen Sixth Scale Figure specially features:

One (1) head sculpt
One (1) TBLeague sixth scale female seamless body with metal skeleton
Three (3) pairs of interchangeable hands
Two (2) pairs of feet
One (1) crown
One (1) neck armor
One (1) bikini-style chest armor
One (1) bikini-style bottom
Two (2) armlets
Two (2) wrist armors
One (1) thigh band
One (1) pair of ankle armors
One (1) wrap skirt
One (1) dagger
Ghoul 1
Ghoul 2
One (1) holder and base
ADDITIONAL DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Materials
Polyresin , PVC , TPE
Product Size
Head to foot
Height: 12.09" (307.09 mm) | *
Product Size
with Crown and Base
Height: 16.14" (409.96 mm) | *
Box Size
Height: 9.57" (243.08 mm) | Width: 9.57" (243.08 mm) | Depth: 14.96" (379.98 mm) | *
Dimensional Weight
6.00 lbs (2.72 kg) [Intl. 9.00 lbs (4.08 kg)] *
* Size and weight are approximate values. Learn more

SKU
904177
© Sideshow 2020


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#newproduct #TBLeague #Sideshow #Gethsemoni #CourtoftheDead #DeathQueen #female #horror
Item Name: Imperial Guardian 1/6 Scale Action Figure
Item No: PL2019-160
Bar Code: 6 971272 330536

Packing List:
1) 1 x head sculpt
2) 1 x TBLeague 1/6 female seamless body with metal skeleton
3) 3 pairs x interchangeable hands
4) 1 x tight-fitting dress
5) 1 x neck armor
6) 1 x chest guard
7) 1 x corset
Cool 1 x hip armor
9) 1 pair x shoes
10) 1 x red rope
11) 2 x buckles
12) 1 x helmet
13) 1 pair x shoulder armors
14) 1 pair x forearm armors
15) 1 pair x elbow armors
16) 1 pair x leg armors
17) 1 pair x knee armors
18) 2 x detachable parts of the gloves
19) 1 pair x stockings
20) 1 x spear
* The sword is not included in the set

Packaging:
1 product / individual box
GW: 1.57 kg
Measurements: 24.3cm * 11.0cm * 38.0cm

6 products / master carton
GW: 10.34 kg
Measurements: 50.0cm * 36.7cm * 40.5cm

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#newproduct #TBLeague #ImperialGuardian #female #fantasy #knight
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Item No.: PHMB2019-S34 / S35
PHMB2019-S34A / S35A

Packing list
S34/ S35(a head sculpt included)
1、1 × head sculpt
2、1 × TBLeague female seamless body with metal skeleton
3、3 pairs × interchangeable hands
4、1 × bikini(for free)
5、1 × base & holder
6、4 color packaging

S34A/ S35A((pale, no head sculpt included/ suntan, no head sculpt included)
1、1 × TBLeague female seamless body with metal skeleton
2、3 pairs × interchangeable hands
3、1 × bikini (for free)
4、1 × base & holder
5、4 color packaging

Narrow shoulders, long legs, waist, displaying perfect girl body

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The dawn goddess, English dawn, also known as the goddess of dawn, the lover of death, is a character created by the artist Joseph Michael Linsner in December 1989. She is the goddess of birth and rebirth. She is generally shown as a red-haired woman, her left eye There were three drops of tears, and sometimes a drop in her right eye. She had a rose on one wrist and a chain on the other. The rose represents hell, because its beauty will sting you and hurt you, and the chain represents heaven, because it means restraint, which binds her to be the guardian of all witches on earth, and the witches pray to her and call her Gaia, Aurora, Or Mother Earth. She is one of the few gods who can freely go to heaven, earth and hell.

Item Name: Dawn 1/6th Scale Action Figure
Item No: PL2019-151
Bar Code: 6 14614 98890 8

Joseph Michael Linsner’s DAWN is an elemental force of nature; a Goddess dancing between worlds and into the arms of her lover DEATH, The Horned God. She is the driving force in an epic fantasy of death and resurrection set in the streets of a post-apocalyptic NEW YORK ~~

When the Archangel Lucifer was cast out of Heaven. Lucifer took his halo with him, but now Heaven wants it back. Too proud to descend to Hell himself, Ahura Mazda, the Lord of Heaven, asks the Goddess Dawn to retrieve it for him. She gets it, but doesn’t return it to Heaven — instead she brings it to the ashes of New York. As war between Heaven and Hell breaks out, angels and demons clash over who gets to lay claim to Lucifer’s Halo.

The dream project of writer/artist Joseph Michael Linsner, Dawn’s story is told through a series of graphic novels published by Image Comics. He is currently working on her fourth book, Always Darkest.

2019 celebrated Dawn’s 30th anniversary in print.
DAWN was created and designed by Joseph Michael Linsner
(C)& 2020 Joseph Michael Linsner

Packing List:

1 x head sculpt
1 x TBLeague 1/6 female seamless body with metal skeleton
3 pairs x interchangeable hands
1 pair x feet with shoes
1 x upper bodysuit with skull prints
1 x one-piece outfit (long coat and a pair of trousers)
1 x choker
1 x waist armor
1 pair x armlets
1 pair x forearm armors
1 pair x ankle armors
1 x LUCIFER'S HALO
1 x spear
1 x sword
3 x guideboards for the base
2 x wings for the base
1 x base and holder

Packaging:
1 product/individual box

GW: 2.21 kg
Measurements: 24.2cm * 14.2cm * 38.0cm

4 products/master carton
GW: 9.72 kg
Measurements: 61cm * 25.7cm * 40.5cm

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Product Description
What started as a comic magazine in 1969 quickly became a phenomenon, and now Vampirella celebrates her 50th anniversary in 2019 as a pop culture icon. In 1976, 7 years after Vampirella's first appearance, Hammer films opted the rights to produce the Vampirella Film and their first choice to star in the lead role was the beautiful Caroline Munro.

Caroline had to turn down the role and unfortunately the film was never made. Caroline Munro, Executive Replicas and TBLeague are proud to pay homage to this conceptual figure of "what might have been", paying homage to both the beautiful Caroline Munro and Vampirella with this 1/6th scale exclusive action figure.

Product Features
1/6 Scale
Made of plastic
Seamless joint body
50th Anniversary
The Caroline Munro version that never was
Box Contents
Vampirella figure
Alternate head
3 Pairs of hands
One-piece bikini-style costume
Pair of high boots
Arm band (for right upper arm)
Pair of bangles
Thigh band (for right thigh)
Dagger
Reduced scale bat model
Reduced scale skull model
Cape
Base

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It is a week of reviews, by the looks of it. If interested, check out my review of Peggy Carter and Michael Crawford's review of Selene from Underworld.

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Introduction
Alexander the Great (Alexandros III of Macedon, 356-323 BC) is one of those iconic historical characters that everyone seems to know or name, to the point where one is tempted to take him down a notch. And there were plenty of issues with him and his character, not least his relentless ambition, competitiveness, rashness, and delusions of grandeur. He was certainly a conqueror with an unprecedented scale, speed, and rate of success, and for that he was idolized for generations of Romans and those who took their cultural cues from Rome (elsewhere he was demonized instead). From a modernist or humanitarian perspective there are sides of his character that are less often mentioned but perhaps even more commendable: most notably, although a successful Greek conqueror, he chose not to treat his conquered enemies as the subhuman beings he was taught they were by his society (and by his teacher, the philosopher Aristotle), but instead sought to pacify, unify, and merge the societies he had come to rule, on a remarkably even footing for any time. He probably would have failed even if he hadn't died prematurely at 33, but this suggests that, contrary to popular belief, he had a talent not only for conquering, but also for governing.

At any rate, this is not what this is about. TBLeague (formerly Phicen) has just released its sixth-scale figure of Alexander the Great, occasioning this review. And since Dragon did the only other high-end Alexander in this scale (that I know of), back in 2004, it is a natural point of reference. Both figures are based to a significant degree on the Oliver Stone film Alexander (2004), starring Colin Farrell. Another point of reference for the TBLeague version is a larger scale statue by ARH (HERE and HERE), as confirmed by the ARH logo on the box. Neither the film nor the figures are entirely historically correct.

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Packaging
Dragon's Alexander comes in a box that opens up like a book cover to reveal the figure and its accessories through a clear plastic cover; the back side of the cover contains a shallow clear plastic trey containing the cape and the two-part spear; the figure and the rest of the accessories are contained in a clear plastic trey in the box proper.

TBLeague's Alexander comes in a typical container for TBLeague boxed sets, one where the cover and side flaps are held by magnets and can be removed and propped up like a triptych. There is a missed opportunity here, as they could have followed other companies' lead and printed an appropriate background on the back side (which is just plain black) that could have worked as a backdrop to the figure. The figure and its accessories are held in a couple of black foam plastic treys, each with its own thin black foam cover.

Everything comes safe and collector friendly in both sets.

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Sculpting
Here time of production makes a difference. Standards and possibilities were very different in 2004 from what they are today. Dragon's Alexander obviously is less finely and realistically sculpted, although it is not bad at all for the time when it was made. The face does not look like Colin Farrell, and might be an attempt at the actual Alexander (if so, not very successfully) or possibly Richard Burton's Alexander (from 1956); to me it really looks like Tom Jane. The head is bald, allowing you to swap between a soft plastic hair wig and a lion-head helmet that is fairly accurate to the 2004 film, except for its sculpted plumes and crest. There is plenty of fairly fine sculpted detail on the armor, including a lion's face over the chest, the sword (especially its hilt), and the soft plastic riding boots. The head and rear spikes of the long spear are very sharply sculpted. The body's legs are covered in seamless rubbery material with appropriate sculpting, although they might be a little too skinny.

TBLeague's Alexander has a very finely sculpted head sculpt that also does not look like Colin Farrell. As far as I can tell, this is a generic pretty boy with a possibly "Eurasian" look. The head vs helmet problem has been resolved by resorting to "real" hair, which works well enough with the lion-head helmet. The helmet is a little less accurate to the film in at least some details, but its crest and plumes are more on target. Once again, there is plenty of fine detail to the armor, including a gorgon's head over the chest, sword (especially its hilt), "wrist armors" (sic!), and even more detailed soft plastic boots, and there is also a gorgeous shield carrying a sun or starburst design found on the lid of a box in what is almost certainly the tomb of Alexander's father; the design has been adopted in stylized form as the state symbol of the modern (Slavic) nation of (recently Northern) Macedonia, much to the annoyance of modern Greeks. The sculpted items are given an even more detailed treatment, making them look more weathered and worn, most notably in the case of the scratched and dented shield. The body used is the seamless M35, which has finely sculpted muscles and veins; it is, however, incomplete, missing both the feet and the genitalia.

Historicity. There are no known contemporary portraits of Alexander, but his successors legitimized themselves through him and produced plenty, which were copied in the Roman period. They are consistent in his basic appearance, with a high forehead, somewhat sunken heavy-lidded eyes, and a very Greek nose (almost no indent below the forehead). Neither set has a head sculpt that looks like this (on the other hand, I had a high school classmate named Kingsley who did). The sculpted hair in the Dragon set is more accurate to the traditional portrayals of Alexander than the longer straight locks of the TBLeague set. In both cases, the armor is based on the 2004 film, and that in turn on two sources: the famous Issus mosaic from Pompeii (agreed to be based on an earlier Greek painting) for the armor (see HERE), and the so-called "Alexander" or "Abdalonymos" sarcophagus from Sidon, now in Istanbul for the lion-headed helmet (see HERE). The mosaic shows a painted head of the gorgon Medusa over the chest; the Dragon set replaces this with a sculpted lion's face, while the TBLeague set has a gorgon head, but sculpted in relief in a rather modern, abstract style; this does seem to be based, at least loosely, on what was seen in the 2004 film. Alexander was considered to be fairly short, but both bodies used here translate as just over six feet in 1:1.

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Paint
Here again we are dealing with apples and oranges, if nothing else on account of the year of production. The Dragon set has a fairly basic paint application, flat treatment to the hair (which does not help the already relatively simple sculpted locks), and the dreaded "doll dot" in the glossy eyes. The paint treatment is not extended to the remainder of the figure's body, much of which (excepting the rubbery seamless legs) is shiny and toy-like. The paint application to the rest of the sculpted items is pretty neat, though not overly so. Metallic items are given a dull silverish color, non-metallic ones are in tones of brown and beige. The overall effect is rather drab, but there isn't much, if any, actual weathering (except perhaps a little on the boots). TBLeague has done better, but then again it is doing so almost 16 years later. The eyes are glossy, the eyebrows painted seemingly with individual strokes for each hair. The painted sculpted detail is sharper, and there is more weathering (rather too much on the white plumes); in fact, it is near perfect. The TBLeague helmet's color is more accurate to the 2004 film.

Historicity. Alexander was considered to be relatively fair and ruddy, where the Dragon set makes him a bit yellowish, while the TBLeague one quite tan. Alexander's hair was light for a Greek but still something we would consider light brown, possibly auburn; both sets make him look blonde -- and even more so than the bad dye job on Colin Farrell in the film. The armor from the Issus mosaic appears to be white colored, and that is more accurately conveyed by the TBLeague set.

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Articulation
The Dragon set uses a body that has very decent articulation. However, the head and neck are one piece, and if there is an ab crunch, it is rendered impossible by the armor. The seamless rubber-covered knees can bend to about 90 degrees. The TBLeague set uses M35, a very muscular but also very fully articulated body. It is only slightly hindered here, and for the most part performs very well. There is one significant drawback, shared by both sets: the one-piece sculpted boots. Although in both cases there are molded from soft plastic, that is enough to hinder ankle articulation and to make achieving sure-footed poses difficult. Dragon has the excuse of having made this in 2004, but TBLeague should have known better.

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Accessories
The sets are both fairly limited in accessories. The Dragon set has the lion-headed helmet with two plumes and a crest (which you have to attach), the sword, the scabbard on its leather (or leather-like) baldric, and the long spear (you fit the two halves together), as well as the removable molded hair wig. The TBLeague set has the lion-headed helmet (crest and plumes come attached), the sword, the scabbard which buttons onto the outfit, and the shield (on which see above), as well as the extra pairs of hands, making three pairs total (relaxed, grip, and fists).

Historicity. The lion-headed helmet is an odd piece known from the Alexander Sarcophagus, which can be shown to take various liberties with reality -- Alexander fights in a long-sleeved tunic but no armor, while his troops are shown heroically nude. The lion-headed helmet is a blatant reference to Alexander's much advertised descent from Herakles (Hercules), although that does not mean he didn't have and wear such a helmet at least on occasion. More typically, we would expect Alexander to have worn a Boeotian helmet (the shape of which is derived from a sunhat, see HERE), and he is in fact portrayed wearing one in at least one statue; it was also standard for his fellow cavalrymen. The two plumes on the helmet, however, are attested in the sources. Neither sword resembles what is shown in the Issus mosaic, but the TBLeague set's sword and scabbard are accurate to what is seen in the 2004 film. However, they should have been suspended on a baldric, as in the Dragon set, instead of being buttoned to the outfit. The ARH Alexander statue also has a baldric. The TBLeague shield is gorgeous, but questionable. For one thing, the rope that goes around inside the circumference of the shield's inner side is sculpted as part of that surface. For another, it is unclear that the sun or starburst design would have been found on a shield, and if so, that it would not have been simply painted on. Alexander's father's tomb does contain a very elaborately decorated shield (probably a parade piece, as it is likely to have been impractical in battle), complete with a sculpture group in the center and geometric decoration round the edges. As a cavalryman, it is possible that Alexander did not carry a shield, strange as it is for us to imagine. On the other hand, the long spear (22 inches in 1:6 = 11 feet in 1:1) might be appropriate for a cavalryman's lance (kontos); it is perhaps too long for a standard hoplite spear (about 8 feet) and too short for a Macedonian sarissa (about 16 feet). But there is room for variation here, and all this assumes (perhaps wrongly) that the companies did their homework.

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Outfit
Dragon's Alexander wears what appears to be a beige long-sleeved tunic with pleated fabric pteryges (flaps) at the waist and shoulders; there are also beige boxer shorts. TBLeague's Alexander appears to be wearing a sleeveless short tunic (khiton) which is actually a sort of muscle shirt and white briefs, with a leather skirt of pteryges on top. Dragon's cape is beige and clean; TBLeague's is white but distressed (tattered and weathered) and blood stained, in what seems to me a somewhat unrealistic fashion. The Dragon cape is better designed at the front, while the TBLeague one has too much material showing on the front and not realistically bunched tight under the fastening; it does, however, have a wire, allowing for some options in how it hangs (though it does tend to rise up in an annoying manner). TBLeague's Alexander has also been given "wrist armors" that appear to be as decorative as they are (allegedly) functional; you have to put these on the figure yourself. Both Alexanders wear riding boots, the main difference being added detail in the TBLeague set.

Historicity. In the 2004 film, Alexander wears a white long-sleeved tunic without pteryges at the shoulders, and a beige (but not very dark beige) cape; neither set gets this right, although in some scenes there is a sleeveless variant that would fit TBLeague's look. In the Issus mosaic, both the long-sleeved tunic and the cloak are a darkish color (certainly not white), but there are white leather pteryges at both shoulders and waist. The sarcophagus is not of much help, since it shows Alexander unrealistically fighting in just a long-sleeved tunic and boots; but it does confirm the long sleeves and the traces of color suggest a darkish, reddish hue. Again, neither set gets this right. The undergarments provided in both sets are for modern sensibilities -- the Greeks did have undergarments (like loin-cloths) of sorts, except they wore them instead of, rather than beneath, the other clothing. The "wrist armors" that come with the TBLeague set are pure fantasy (as so often, probably ARH's fault), although probably far more interesting and appropriate to our modern eyes than any more conventional bracelets that might have been worn as a sign of wealth and/or rank. On the plus side, neither set tried to put Alexander in pants, as some modern fantasy might imagine him. Late in his reign he made various concessions to eastern fashions in his dress (now that he was also king of Persians, etc., not just Greeks), but he drew the line at wearing pants... apparently that was considered both barbaric and effeminate!

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Fun Factor
I suppose that depends on your expectations and experience. Neither Alexander really has anyone to play with, both have some difficulty standing in any action poses, and the keen-eyed historian might spot a problem or two. Yet, for fairly simple sets, these are pretty fully kitted out figures with plenty of historical or fantastical detail. They can be fun in themselves, or as a basis for more creative kitbashing.

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Value
The Dragon set is almost 16 years old, so fairly difficult to find. Ebay listings have it to $90 (USD) or more, plus shipping. This is a very decent price today, although the set is both limited and has not aged particularly well. But an ambitious customizer could probably do a lot with it. The new TBLeague set can be found for as little as $145 (USD), plus shipping. This is relatively light for a high end figure today, then again the set doesn't have a ton of accessories, a stand, or a backdrop, unlike some of TBLeague's more ambitious offerings.

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Things to watch out for
Not much in either set. The items are either sturdy enough or flexible enough to be reasonably safe when handling with a modicum of consideration.

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Overall
I did not expect very much from either set. I knew the Dragon one was going to come with a dated body type and sculpting technique/technology, and I could see the shortcuts (pleats instead of pteryges, for example); and I could see how TBLeague's was a cross between the 2004 film version and some sort of ARH fantasy in TBLeague interpretation, falling far short of historical reality or plausibility. But partly thinking I might customize them, partly thinking of kitbashing, I got both and don't regret it. I haven't done anything to either yet, perhaps because I like them enough as is. Neither set is egregiously expensive at present, and if you like what you see, or the historical character (however mythologized), or want to customize the sets, you might find them worthwhile.

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Where to buy
As always, you can look or a deal on eBay, and that will likely be the only place where you can easily find any of the Dragon set; for the TBLeague set you can also check out the following:

Big Bad Toy Store for $145
Cotswold Collectibles for $146
Monkey Depot for $145
Timewalker Toys for $146

Hope this has been useful. What do you think?

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TB League steel bones are used to make bodybuilding body.

"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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Anubis Guardian of The Underworld
1/6 Scale Action Figure

Item Name: Anubis Guardian of The Underworld 1/6 Scale
Action Figure
Item No : PL2019-148
Bar Code: 6 971272 330451

Anubis is the Greek name of the god of death, mummification, embalming, the afterlife, cemeteries, tombs, and the Underworld, in ancient Egyptian religion, usually depicted as a canine or a man with a canine head. Like many ancient Egyptian deities, Anubis assumed different roles in various contexts. Depicted as a protector of graves as early as the First Dynasty (c. 3100 – c. 2890 BC), Anubis was also an embalmer. By the Middle Kingdom (c. 2055 – 1650 BC) he Was replaced by Osiris in his role as lord of the underworld. One of his prominent roles was as a god who ushered souls into the afterlife. He attended the weighing scale during the "Weighing of the Heart," in which it was determined whether a Soul would be allowed to enter the realm of the dead.

Packing List:
1 2 x headsculpts
2 1 x TBLeague 1/6 male seamless body with metal skeleton
3 3 pairs x interchangeable hands
4 1 x neck armor
5 1 x belt
6 1 x skirt
7 1 pair x forearm armors
8 1 pair x feet in shoes with long shafts
9 1 pair x fabric leg sleeves
10 1 pair x fabric armbands
11 1 pair x armlets
12 1 x cross
13 1 x trident
14 1 x Egyptian flail

Packaging:
1 product/individual box
GW: 1.81 kg
Measurements: 24.3 cm * 11 cm * 38 cm

6 products/master carton
GW: 11.76 kg
Measurements: 50cm * 36.7 cm * 40.5 cm

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Phantom Killer 1/6th Scale Action Figure

Item Name: Phantom Killer 1/6th Scale Action Figure
Item No : PL2019-158
Bar Code: 6 971272 330444

Packing List:
1 1 x head sculpt
2 1 x TBLeague 1/6 female seamless body with metal skeleton
3 3 pairs x interchangeable hands with gloves
4 1 x neck armor
5 1 x chest armor
6 1 x helmet
7 1 x mask
8 1 pair x shoulder armors
9 1 pair x armbands
10 1 pair x forearm armors
11 1 x waist armor
12 1 pair x leg armors
13 2 x long swords with sheaths
14 1 x short sword with sheath
15 1 pair x boots
16 1 x headband
17 1 x bodysuit
18 1 x belt
19 1 x red rope

Packaging:
1 product/individual box
GW: 1.46 kg
Measurements: 24.3 cm * 11 cm * 38 cm

6 products/master carton
GW: 9.95 kg
Measurements: 50cm * 36.7 cm * 40.5 cm

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Here we go again.

There was something a little off with the recent Conan head that was designed to go with Kaustic Plastik's Masterclass Warrior set (reviewed HERE). Apart from some possibly questionable choices in the paint, the most obvious problem was the sculpted hair. While it was decently (not super finely) sculpted, it looked like molded plastic (which is admittedly what it was). Mr Toys had just released their own Conan set (reviewed HERE) which, while largely based on earlier work by Kaustic Plastik, broke new ground by offering us a Conan with "real" hair. Between this and my earlier attempts to create an Arnold Schwarzenegger-as-Conan head sculpt (using one of the Hot Toys Terminator heads), and my recent modification to the Hot Toys Jason Momoa Aquaman head sculpt (replacing the sculpted hair with "real" hair -- see HERE), the next step was obvious. But this was going to be a slightly more ambitious project, because it involved not only removing the plastic hair and replacing it with "real" hair, but also filling in and repainting likely or potentially visible grooves in the head sculpt, detaching, modifying, and repainting the headgear (so it would be both screen accurate and removable, not to mention so that I could put in the hair properly), and also partly modifying, repainting, and remounting the necklace ornaments on a more sensible string that would allow the necklace to hang about right.

This time I took more photos to illustrate more of the steps, in case someone finds this helpful for modifying this or a different sculpt.

Just in case I did something horribly wrong, I managed to get myself an extra Kaustic Plastik Conan head (1). As I had noticed before, the hair was made of soft plastic, and divided into sections (two side locks and a larger back piece, separated by the headband from the crown of the head hairpiece, which last was actually part of the head sculpt), just like Hot Toys' Aquaman head. So, I heated up the head sculpt a little with a hair dryer (not much was actually needed), and gently pried off the large hair piece covering the back of the head (2).

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Then I proceeded to dislodge the headband, which was (if I recall) divided at the back of the head on one end of the sculpted strings holding the two parts together. I heated and gently pried off the headband from the head, into which it was ensconced by virtue of several sections fitting into indented grooves that were parts of the head sculpt (3a-5). One of them was right in the middle of the forehead (4-5).

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With the headband off, I gently pried off and removed the two side locks of hair (4-5).

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With the headband and all detachable hairpieces removed, it was necessary to remove almost all of the molded hair that was an integral part of the head sculpt at the crown of the head (4a-4d). I left in place a little hair over the forehead, since that can be a challenging transition between sculpted face and "real" hair.

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After a failed experiment with Vallejo acrylic putty, I filled the visible grooves in the forehead and temples with Kneadatite Blue/Yellow Epoxy Putty (the kind that comes in a tape and you mash and knead it together into a malleable green substance for sculpting and filling -- a skill I learned from members of OneSixthFigures) (5). It was my first experience with this material, but I think it worked reasonably well. Someone with greater skill and patience, would have done more in the way of sculpting bone and flesh structure and gotten the filling to sit completely flush and seamless (with filing down). Since this was going to be obscured most of the time by the headband (for the classic look), I didn't worry about it too much, though I wanted it to look ok even when exposed. Once the Kneadatite had cured overnight, I painted it with Vallejo Acrylics, trying to get as close as possible to the head's skin tone (which is perhaps not ideal itself, but I didn't want to repaint the whole thing -- which might actually have been the way to do it); I also took the opportunity to fix the hairline and darken the eyebrows. As far as painting the head, that was it (6).

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Then came my "favorite" part (I'm being sarcastic), the application of the hair. I picked a warmish milk chocolate brown, because that is pretty close to Arnold's appearance on the screen during the film. Using as a basic guide the technique outlined by Morezmore (HERE), but also taking some shortcuts and utilizing superglue, I basically went in rings around the back and sides of the head, starting with a level above the edge of the head sculpt's neck and making my way upwards (7-9b).

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Having gently removed as many loose strands of hair as I could, I gently rinsed it with water, gathered it backwards, and let it dry (10a-10c).

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After this I cut the hair to approximate Conan's appearance in Conan the Destroyer (since that is where we see the matching outfit and accessories) -- I didn't cut as short as I should, just in case I made a mistake -- and filled up any visible "holes" (there were surprisingly few) with either more hair or acrylic marker (11). Then it was time to add the headband and the necklace and complete the modification (12).

I had shaved down the inside of the headband (especially the parts that were designed to protrude so that they could fit into the grooves in the head sculpt) to make it thinner, so that it would fit more easily around the modified head; I glued it shut at the back, and when the glue had cured, it fit the head like a charm. I had also repainted the pyramidal ornaments on the head band in brass, to match the film appearance. The ornaments on the necklace were all correct (except for the color of the "sun" or "wheel" pendant), but the necklace did not work at all. I had to remove each ornament and glue it onto a thin leather string which could hang a little more naturally (it is also malleable, if needed). I made sure to place the fangs correctly (both for appearance and so that they no longer attempted to bite into the body), and glued their now purely decorative fastenings in place. Similarly, I made sure the pendant sat ("hung") correctly, glued on a couple of pieces of string to match the screen appearance, and repainted it in brass, for the same reason (12).

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Here are a couple of comparisons: with the unaltered KP head and necklace, and...

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with the Mr Toys head (the necklace for that set has the wrong pendant).

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I don't know if I would call it perfect, but I'm pretty happy with the way it turned out. There are some additional things that can be done, for example a shampoo+conditioner treatment to create more waviness in the hair. For this shot I put the modified head, headband, and necklace on the rest of the KP set, but that would require some additional minor modifications to be completely movie accurate. I suppose it is a work in progress.

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What do you think?

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GubernatorFan wrote:Part III: additional 1:12 to 1:6 female seamless body scale comparison
(for Part I see post 1 above; for Part II see post 6 above)


In view of the above discussion, here is another scale comparison. The 1:6 scale S25B body was a petite (but not the most petite) version of TBLeague's bodies, and while its height would not correspond to that of the 1:12 body when translated to 1:1 scale, the body types seem to me closely comparable. (In 1:1, the 1:6 scale S25B body+head would stand about 5 feet 3 inches, which would be right for Scarlett Johansson; the 1:12 scale T01B body+head would stand about 5 feet 7 inches, which would be too tall. And the HT head sculpt might be a tad large for the otherwise appropriate 1:6 body.)

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Very neat. Glad to see I wasn't totally crazy for thinking there were some similarities. Smile
Part III: additional 1:12 to 1:6 female seamless body scale comparison
(for Part I see post 1 above; for Part II see post 6 above)


In view of the above discussion, here is another scale comparison. The 1:6 scale S25B body was a petite (but not the most petite) version of TBLeague's bodies, and while its height would not correspond to that of the 1:12 body when translated to 1:1 scale, the body types seem to me closely comparable. (In 1:1, the 1:6 scale S25B body+head would stand about 5 feet 3 inches, which would be right for Scarlett Johansson; the 1:12 scale T01B body+head would stand about 5 feet 7 inches, which would be too tall. And the HT head sculpt might be a tad large for the otherwise appropriate 1:6 body.)

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Part II: 1:12 to 1:6 female seamless body scale comparison
(for Part I see post 1 above; for Part III see post 15 below)


Here is a scale comparison of the TBLeague (Phicen) 1:12 scale body T01B (new suntan) and 1:6 scale body S29B (also new suntan). These 1:12 and 1:6 bodies are not precisely each other's counterparts, but I thought the 1:6 head sculpt (Black Widow, to match the Hasbro 1:12 one I used) looked good on this particular 1:6 body. In 1:1 terms, the 1:12 body+head as set up here translates to about 5 feet 7 inches, while the 1:6 body+head translates to about 5 feet 5 inches. Scarlett Johansson is actually 5 feet 3 inches, so perhaps I should have used the S25B body instead (that would have been about right), but then there would have been greater disparity between the relative scale of that body and the 1:12 body T01B, making the two less comparable.

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Part I: 1:12 to 1:6 male seamless body scale comparison
(for Part II see post 6 below; for Part III see post 15 below)


Since the issue occasionally comes up, I thought I would provide a couple of comparison photos of the newly released TBLeague (Phicen) seamless 1:12 scale male bodies I just reviewed (HERE) with what seem to be their 1:6 scale counterparts. It does look like they did manage to transfer quite a lot of the musculature, etc, detail onto the smaller bodies.

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Update: for a comparison to 1:6 figures, see HERE.

Update: for the female figures T01B and T03B, see HERE.

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Introduction
I suppose it was bound to happen sometime. After it introduced us to its twelfth-scale female seamless bodies (pale T01A and suntan T01B), TBLeague (formerly Phicen) has now released two types of twelfth-scale male seamless bodies. I don't collect that much in this scale, and certainly don't have the interest and means to engage as much in customizing in it as in sixth scale, but I picked up a couple of these bodies all the same: as in the case of the female body, I was curious whether TBLeague can match the considerable degree of excellence it had achieved in sixth-scale in figures two times smaller. As before, the result is impressive but the answer is, unsurprisingly, "not quite."

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Packaging: 4/4 stars
I for one appreciate compact, safe, and stackable packaging, and that is precisely what we get from TBLeague for their twelfth-scale bodies. Each comes in a clear plastic box filled with a white foam trey containing the body and its spare parts and outfit. Unlike the female figures, the top layer, in this instance needlessly obscuring the "sensitive" areas of the body, is here paper, not foam. But everything is safe and collector-friendly.

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Sculpting: 3/4 stars
Sculpting refers to both the head sculpts and the molds of the soft silicone-covered stainless-steel seamless bodies. The fit but relatively slender TM01A ("little bro") stands about 15 cm (5.6 inches) tall, while the fit but bulkier TM02A ("big bro") stands about 16 cm (6.3 inches) tall. The two bodies sport similar but not identical head sculpts that are appropriately sized for their respective body. Some have compared the appearance to a young Sylvester Stallone, but the resemblance is distant enough that this could be mere coincidence. The bodies and heads are sculpted in what appears to be greater detail and realism than the female bodies (T01A and T01B) that preceded them, although the facial features are clean enough to look slightly stylized. It would be perhaps unreasonable to expect better in this scale. The same can be said for the sculpt of the body molds, where the soft material also limits the potential range of detail. Nevertheless, in addition to the various appropriate muscles, you can find plenty of finer veins, and this good level of detail carries over to the harder plastic feet and various hands. Despite all the talk of anatomical correctness, the figures not being sex toys, and prior practice (barring the unfortunate M31), TBLeague omitted to provide the pieces that actually make these bodies male. Whether they would have been particularly useful is beside the point, and their absence impacts both the completeness and the look of the set negatively. For some reason (the sculpt of the feet or is it something in the articulation?) the twelfth-scale figures do not balance as easily and as well as their sixth-scale counterparts.

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Paint: 3/4 stars

We need not expect very much from this type of set, going by TBLeague's prior record, apart from consistent paint application and a close (though not always perfect) match between the colors of the silicone body and the harder plastic hands, feet, and (in these sets) head sculpts. The nipples continue to be unpainted, but you can always try to make them a bit more realistic yourself, as desired (oil pastel seems best). The one part or the set where there is anything like a more complex paint job is the head sculpt. It would be unreasonable to expect the degree of realism we find in better sixth-scale head sculpts on a piece in twelfth-scale, and TBLeague's twelfth-scale female body came with a disappointingly bland and anime-like head. With the male bodies we get a little more realism than that. The paint application seems pretty clean -- which is generally a good thing in itself, although in this instance it does not really improve the realism of the appearance. Note, for example, the patterned paint application on the eyebrows -- which is of course far less apparent (if at all) in hand. Some other companies, like Hasbro, have begun to experiment with technology which, while utilizing a less clean paint application, has resulted in some more realistic results, which might have been nice to see here.

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Articulation: 3/4 stars
Despite the old assumption that seamless bodies sacrifice articulation, TBLeague's sixth-scale stainless-steel silicone-covered seamless bodies are among the best articulated action figure bodies on the market. In principle, this could and should have been carried over to the twelfth-scale, but it is not. Sixth-scale TBLeague bodies boast 28 points of articulation (which appear to be almost as many as one might possibly need); but their twelfth-scale bodies reduce the articulation to 22 points. For the most part it is not quite clear exactly what is being sacrificed, but one definite omission is the ability of the lower arms to swivel inward (or outward) independently of the upper arms/shoulders. To some degree this can be compensated for there, but it remains a limitation and annoyance that gets in the way of the experience. It might be a one-off thing, but the hip and knee joints on the larger body I received were a little looser than expected. It can still stand and pose, but it is loose enough to make me wonder.

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Accessories: 3/4 stars
Technically speaking, the sets don't include any actual accessories like weapons or stands. They do include spare parts, namely three alternative pairs of hands, making a total of four pairs: fists, knife grip, gun grip, and outstretched grasping "I'm gonna get you" hands. What is conspicuous in its absence is a pair of relaxed hands, not to mention bent-toe feet. As noted above, the hands and feet are nicely sculpted and painted to match the silicone body cover very closely.

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Outfit: 3/4 stars
The only outfit we get are simple black trunks. These work reasonably well, though they are quite difficult to get on the bigger of the two bodies. Technically, we don't even need that much, so perhaps this merits a better score. Not that I've ever really used them, but sixth-scale TBLeague bodies used to come with wrist and ankle covers (and their twelfth-scale female bodies did too), and that is not carried over to these sets. What makes the issue a bit more important, is that there seems to be a wide range of sizes for twelfth-scale figures, and many of the outfits you might want to put on these bodies will turn out to be too bulky or too tight to look right or to work at all. A somewhat more extensive outfit set might have gone some way to address this problem. Finding footwear that works reasonably well with the foot pegs appears to be biggest challenge in cobbling together some customs, judging by my ad hoc experiments so far.

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Fun Factor: 3/4 stars
As impressive and "neat" as the recreation of their sixth-scale bodies in a scale twice as small may be, TBLeague's twelfth-scale bodies do not carry quite the same degree of fun factor. To some extent this is inherent (less articulation, less complete sets, smaller size limiting realism), to some extent it is conditioned by external factors (less in the way of accessories, bar those sourced from certain military and superhero lines of toys and/or collectibles). Some of that might change in the future, as twelfth-scale figures are becoming more and more popular, perhaps in part due to the overpricing of sixth-scale ones. Nevertheless, if you get lucky with matching and reasonably fitting head sculpts and clothes, you can probably get plenty of satisfaction from these figures.

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Value: 2/4 stars
Give or take a few US dollars, these sets retail for about $40. That is not exorbitant, especially when compared to high-end Mezco One:12 Collective sets, but of course those sets depict characters from licensed franchises and are loaded with accessories and displays. And $40 is a lot more than what you would pay for other, less high-end but still well-articulated and well-accessoried sets from other licensed franchises, and all that for a base body with great seamless looks but no accessories, or clothing, and some difficulty in adopting the latter from other sets.

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Things to watch out for
Not a whole lot. The heads, hands, and feet are relatively easy to attach and remove, and the articulation is generally cooperative -- just don't force anything. Also make sure you don't loose or misplace some of the tiny hands or other pieces, although the compact boxes are probably convenient enough for the purposes of storage. As noted above, these figures do not seem to be quite as stable and balanced as their sixth-scale counterparts, although they are also less likely to damaged from a fall, except perhaps from a very tall shelf on a very hard surface, if even then. On the other hand, the internal stainless steel skeleton is bound to be more delicate and fragile than the larger ones, so proceed with a modicum of caution.

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Overall: 3/3 stars
Were it not for a few questionable decisions, these could have been great. As it is, they are just good, even if they benefit from novelty value. To fully capitalize on their potential, you have to get lucky with additional items that fit and work with the twelfth-scale seamless bodies, and that is not quite as easy as one might hope. I don't regret getting them, but I don't think they or any other twelfth-scale figures would replace the sixth-scale versions in possibility and quality anytime soon.

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Where to buy
Apart from eBay, the following stores (among others) have them in stock or on pre-order.

Big Bad Toys Store (and for the other body HERE) for $40

Cotswold Collectibles (and for the other body HERE) for $45

Hobby Galaxy for $41

Monkey Depot for $45

Timewalker Toys (and for the other body HERE) for $45

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I hope this has been useful. And, as always, what do you think?

Update: for a comparison to 1:6 figures, see HERE.

Update: for the female figures T01B and T03B, see HERE.

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Introduction
Hot on the heels of the Mr Toys set depicting the same character and actor, Kaustic Plastik has released its Masterclass set based on Arnold Schwarzenegger's role as Conan the Barbarian (and, more to the point, Conan the Destroyer). Both of these recent sets are partly a reprise of the old fantasy barbarian warrior sets by Kaustic Plastik, although both improve, for the most part, what had already been offered (even if providing a more limited selection of items). I will be making frequent reference to the Mr Toys set for comparison purposes, so HERE is the link to my recent review. Since this is not a complete set (it does not come with the recommended TBLeague M35 body included), I am not assigning point values to the various categories. The head for the set is sold separately, but it is also included in this review.

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Packaging
The set comes in a transparent plastic lid and trey on a card. The head comes in a typical sixth-scale head sculpt box, well-protected inside foam. Everything is safe and collector friendly, except of course for having to tear the plastic trey off the card.

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Sculpting
The sculpted detail on the head and other sculpted or die-cast pieces seems to be generally very good. This is true for the tiny details on the ornate belt and on the imposing sword, but also on the headband, which is a more detailed and accurate rendition of what we saw in the film than its Mr Toys counterpart; the latter, however, had the advantage of being removable. Similarly, the head intended for this set features sculpted/molded plastic hair, whereas the Mr Toys head had "real" hair. Hair this long should never be sculpted, and this applies here. While the detail on the hair is decent, it is nowhere as fine as the gold standard set by Hot Toys and emulated quite successfully by others. The hair and headband appear to be made as separate pieces out of softer plastic glued onto the head proper, just like the recent Hot Toys Aquaman; I feel a custom modification coming up...

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Paint
While the head sculpt appears to be exactly what we see on the promotional images, the paint job on it does not appear as sharp, striking, or attractive (compare HERE). I suppose this is a fairly common problem, but disappointing nonetheless. What we get is still decent, and works well enough with the recommended M35 body, even if it is a little darker than the latter. The eyes are glossy, the cheeks are rosy, the sword finally gets its proper gold-color on the ornate detail. But there are also errors or shortcuts -- the gold color on the sun (or "wheel") pendant appears rather dark, as does the the corresponding color on the sword; more obviously, the decorative elements lining the head band are all painted silverish, whereas they are supposed to alternate between silver and gold (in that respect the Mr Toys set is more accurate).

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Articulation
The recommended TBLeague M35 body is not significantly inhibited in its articulation by either of the two basic clothing options contained in the set, including the long pants, sleeveless leather shirt, and leather armor. Unlike Mr Toys, Kaustic Plastik did not provide an integral foot in the boots, so you will have to improvise: the TBLeague male feet are too big to fit easily in this type of footwear and I had to help myself to some bendy-toe feet from a random base body I happened to have lying around. They fit, but such makeshift solutions always result in less stability, and the top-heavy M35 is often a challenge even for its own feet and ankles; otherwise, the boots allow for excellent range of motion.

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Accessories
The set includes a dagger, a sword, their respective leather-like scabbards which can fit onto a belt or baldric, said baldric with a functional buckle, and various other elements that I will cover under Outfit below. The headband, which seems to be as much decorative as functional (protective), is permanently attached to the head sculpt (unlike what we got with the Mr Toys set). The dagger and sword are done in beautiful detail, and look realistic and worn, although the weathering is minimal. They do fit well into their scabbards, but the fit is very tight. The baldric is really intended for the sword scabbard, if you want your character to carry the sword on his back. As a result of good design, both the dagger and sword can hang correctly and realistically, unlike what we have had with earlier versions of the character (for example, the Mr Toys sword will sit too high if you try to "suspend" it from the side of the belt). Finally, there is the sun (or "wheel") pendant, reproduced for the very first time commercially in this scale (to the best of my knowledge). In the movie it hands from a string, centered between two pairs of fangs. The Mr Toys set attempted this, but used the wrong pendant (copying Kaustic Plastik's earlier release) which was also featured in the Conan films but was not hung alongside fangs, and used underscaled and improperly spaced fangs. All this was corrected by Kaustic Plastik in the promotional images (with the correct pendant and nicely scaled and spaced fangs), even if there it was mounted on a thicker leather strap rather than a cord. What we get, however, not only uses this thicker leather strap, but is not correctly mounted to work. The whole piece wants to ride up, the fangs want to sink into the flesh, and the pendant does not quite hang correctly. If you looked carefully at the promotional images, you might realize that what you see there was an ad hoc mock-up that looked about right; what we get in the actual set was their attempt to actually make it work -- but it does not. They should have used a cord, not a band/strap. I can feel another custom coming up... Perhaps it can be expected that one set would not include everything that was included in the two old Kaustic Plastik sets -- for example additional weapons, pendants, pouches...

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Outfit
The set contains enough in the way of outfit to re-create two (or more) different looks from the film -- though one of them cannot be quite right. The most iconic version would be Conan wearing his boots, fur kilt, leather or fabric codpiece, ornate belt, vambraces, and sun pendant and fangs necklace; this look can be reproduced very well indeed with the items that come with the present set. Then there is Conan wearing his boots, pants, leather sleeveless shirt (nice, but lighter than I remember it from the film), and vambraces, paired with either the ornate belt or with a fur kilt, but never (I think) both at the same time. Here we run into a problem, as the new Kaustic Plastik set departs from precedent by combining the codpiece and the belt into a single item. The codpiece is indeed more screen-accurate (it has no identical back side, just attaches to the back of the belt somehow with a strap), but it should not be permanently attached to the belt. It should be noted, that in some scenes different portions of the two basic outfits are swapped into new configurations -- for example pants added to the shirtless look. The smaller fur kilt that comes with the set is the one to be paired with the pants; there are also some tattered barbarian shorts that I do not remember on screen.

A minor problem is that in some scenes Conan appears wearing identical brown leather vambraces with darker straps wound over them. The set features only one of these (for the left arm), the other vambrace is intended to portray the one (for the right arm) covered with a myriad tiny gold-colored spikes. This is poorly recreated with a little leather piece covered rather sparsely by slightly oversized almost flat circular caps. To be screen-accurate, they should have been smaller, pointier, lighter in color, and there should have been many more of them. The present solution does not improve on Kaustic Plastik's old sets, or on the Mr Toys version, all of which are essentially the same. The added problem here is that at least three of the caps flaked off during handling before my very eyes -- and I was being relatively careful, fully expecting this problem. I should note that, aside from this, the set was remarkably free from the usual concerns with flimsy quality that accompany many of the more delicate items included in Kaustic Plastik sets. For the challenge posed by the boots, see above.

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Fun Factor
In principle, this could be as fun as any Conan set, with the added advantage of swappable outfits or elements. I was, however, repeatedly annoyed by the poorly-put-together necklace and the weak ankles resulting from the empty foot-type footwear requiring the substitution of non-TBLeague feet.

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Value
When I purchased this, it cost me about $120 for the set and another $50 for the head (USD). A fine, detailed and complex head sculpt like this is not cheap but still not unreasonable at that price. If memory serves, the price of the set is about $40 above the prices of the old Kaustic Plastik sets from several years ago. Even allowing for inflation, we don't get that much more here -- although what we get seems to be better quality, judging by my experience. If this was your only Conan or even one of two (if you get the Mr Toys one), it is still not a huge drain at $170. However, there is a good chance that you can now only find it on eBay for well over $200; without a body, that seems rather much.

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Things to watch out for
Apparently less than with many other Kaustic Plastik sets. I unbuckled and buckled the ornate belt several times, and it is still in good shape. Nothing has come unglued or broken, other than the expected flaking off of caps from the vambrace for the right arm. I would still advise treating this set carefully, especially as you are likely to have a somewhat top-heavy and unstable figure when you kit it out.

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Overall
I am divided on this set: there is plenty I like and plenty that disappoints me. The better quality and greater attention to detail are definite improvements; the head sculpt is nicely sculpted (though some of it should not have been sculpted) but perhaps not quite as nicely painted (even if not actually bad); the right vambrace is the only thing that is really poorly done, for the third or fourth time. We get accurate details (like the pendant), though not quite accurately mounted and not necessarily usable without further customization. I don't have a problem having to supply a body from elsewhere, but wish they would have thought of the balance and stability issue. And while they did pay attention to plenty of details, they could have gotten the outfit (belt and codpiece ensemble) right, to take proper advantage of the intended versatility of the set. To make the most of this set, you should be ready to do some customizing and/or combining with items from other sets.

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Where to buy
Most places that pre-ordered this set have long sold out, but you can still find it on eBay or here:
Hobby Galaxy for $157.

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For the Mr Toys set, see HERE.
I hope this has been useful. What do you think?

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What started as a comic magazine in 1969 quickly became a phenomenon, and now Vampirella celebrates her 50th anniversary in 2019 as a pop culture icon. Vampirella's legacy has been marked through the years by contributions from the top writers and artists with Jose Gonzalez's version being one Of the most iconic images of Vampirella.

Product Features
1/6 Scale
Made of plastic
Seamless joint body
50th Anniversary
Jose Gonzalez design


Box Contents
Vampirella figure
3 Pairs of hands
One-piece bikini-style costume
Pair of high boots
Arm band (for right upper arm)
Pair of bangles
Thigh band (for right thigh)
Dagger
Reduced scale bat model
Reduced scale skull model
Cape
Base

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I used to have these posted somewhere, but I can't find them so here we go again, just in case someone finds them useful or funny...

Fed up with its bad wrists and other shortcomings, I decided to experiment on one of my M31 bodies (this was back in 2017). Long story short, the stainless steel skeleton was emancipated from its rubbery silicone flesh ("skin"), with education results as to how it really works -- though I am by no means the first or last to dissect a Phicen/TBLeague body. It was remarkable how tough it was to cut through the silicone material, even on purpose with a sharp X-Acto knife.

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Actually, that was not the Phicen skeleton but the Coo Model one -- just the Phicen body.
My most Dexter Morgan-like head sculpt found its way onto an M30 body to complete the dissection of the unfortunate M31:

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I call this one "Denial":

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And this one, "Freedom":

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