Discussion in 'The Toyark' started by valisihaud, Jan 1, 2018.
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Added Wasp and Ant-man to my non-avengers MCU display:
Nice but that looks like a lot of Avengers in your non-Avengers display.
That's what happens when you can't just have one version of each character. LOL. I don't know what I'm gonna do when I inevitably run out of space. Probably have to retire from collecting. Haha.
I ran out of space years ago. Just means you rotate your display and have a lot of stuff in storage.
That's what I'd like to avoid because I'm so lazy, once I take some photos of the figures and add them to the display, I don't like to take them out to take again. lol.
A quick picture while I had some snow around:
Iron Spideymens team-up
Wolverine and Sabertooth look like a tag-team wrestling duo with their matching colors.
I didn’t realize the Sentinel one was out yet. How do you like it?
It hit the US retailers this past week, I know both BBTS and Chosen Prime have it in stock currently (the latter is where I got mine). It's one of the more stunning pieces in my collection I must say. The suit itself is fabric but flexible and doesn't wrinkle unlike the Hot Toys one, so I can pose him without worrying about the suit getting messed up. The shoulder pieces articulate for posing as do the feet. There's a small piece right at the base of the back of the head that moves out of the way if you pose the head to look up, its such a nice little detail. The pointed edge of the knees also move. The only area that I've found that one needs to be mindful of are the thighs, you have to twist the armor a bit so it won't catch with the hips while posing. The mech arms are also all nicely articulated with good ratchets. I generally don't mess with my Hot Toys/sixth scale figures once I put them on display, but this is one I can see myself coming back to regularly to mess with.
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