Discussion in 'Americans and Other Western Gaijin' started by Dj Will Ross, May 12, 2014.
The "Battlefield Earth" of vinyl toys.
. . . 'nuff said!
Wow I sure would love to see that.
I don't know that there is, nor do I really care to search, but in terms of laughing and vomiting, nothing, I mean nothing will ever surpass this cinematic masterpiece:
To be fair Medicom was a lot of the delay.
Yeah, those will work...
I don't think medicom works a lot with Ricky. Maybe they do a release with an artist he works with now and then. I think chad meant this was holding up things at the Fort.
Joe, I took it to mean that the Medicom "Project 1/6" exclusive editions of Fort-produced toys were causing a hold-up... but I haven't been paying all that much attention to what they have been putting out in that line of late, so I'm not sure...
It's got a very "statue" feel to paint job to my eyes. It doesn't look like a sofubi toy, it looks like like a knickknack I'd find in Spencer's Gifts. I'm still reserving the idea that it could look pretty cool in the right painter's hands.
Ha, yes, yes it does
most def a knickknack
Looks more like a paddywhack to me, but what do I know?
But probably too expensive to give to your dog.
I think that's because it is a "statue," or resin variant-it seems to be missing most if not all the points of articulation.
I'm curious as well to see what can be done with the toy in terms of paint.
Thought I would show the one detail I enjoy from this beast, doubt anyone has seen this. Crazy face joint!
^ Really just seems like another unnecessary (and unnatural) bit of articulation in my opinion, but glad you dig it, E.
It really is, I just think its fun. I'd love to see this on a toy I would actually buy.
I also think its there because the actual head doesn't have a joint so it wont turn.
who needs neck movement when you can move the upper jaw into ridiculously impossible positions?
it was most likely designed that way to ensure successful vinyl pulling just like cojica's latest toy, but let's all dump on it anyway.
just because it may be functional doesn't mean it is above any criticism. That's part of the art of toys.
More like shart, in this case...
calling something "unnecessary" when it is in fact necessary isn't criticism.
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