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Bandai Tamashii Nations S.H. MonsterArts Predator Wolf Action Figure
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- Interchangeable hand and head parts
- 2 spears, 2 whips, cylinder, forearm blade
- Diecast, ABS and PVC material
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You’re welcome to check out my collection which I have cataloged in pictures right here on mrfrights.com; though I warn you it is extensive and might take some time to go through it.
Moving on… Here is the first official “The Avid Collector’s Dreadful Digest”.
Recently a name I’m not all that familiar with, as far as their action figures go, jumped into my territory with their release of Alien vs. Predator figures. The Bandai S.H. Monsterarts Alien Warrior and Predator Wolf figures are super poseable and very detailed. They both come with some great accessories including body pieces that can be swapped out. For my money it would seem very likely that this is the 7″ version of the 18″ Hot Toys / Sideshow figures that are so high end and popular.
Allow me to give you a rundown of these figures.
The figure comes with an alien egg, a chest buster, two extra sets of hands in different configurations, and the super segmented tail. The figure is extremely articulated including even articulated middle toes on each foot, and as I said super poseable. There are joints at the joints. The figure boasts that it is (at least in part) die cast. There is also a pretty nifty figure stand that comes with it. If you are familiar with Bandai stands then you know this thing is pretty sweet. It’s a jointed arm attached to a base and the top of the arm has a claw. The whole thing is adjustable to give you a bunch of options for holding the figure in whatever pose you might need to use the base with.
Sounds pretty awesome right? Well, it’s not all perfection. I took it out of the box and upon doing so I had to take the head apart (yes the head comes apart on purpose) and put it back together properly. The instructions for the figure actually say you might need to take the lower jaw off to get the inner mouth to come out. That wasn’t necessary for the figure I have as the inner mouth is loosely sitting inside the head and pretty much just drops out when you lower the jaw.
The other thing that gave me a hard time was the segmented tail. This thing has at least ten segments from the tip of the tail to about a half inch or so from the base. From that point on each bony section is its own segment. The middle segments gave me the most trouble as during posing they kept falling apart. The loose fit of the ball joins also made it impossible to actually pose the tail with any kind of certain design, so it just kind of sits there in a dangling style rather than being bending and purposeful like other Xenomorph figures.
The short comings make me think this might be one of those things you might feel better keeping in the box. But the poses I got out of it are pretty great. The final configuration I went with is a pouncing pose as if the Xenomorph is leaping to attack its target – which in this case is the Predator Wolf.
The figure comes with a plethora of weapons including a whip (open), whip (rolled up), a spear (open), a spear (closed), a med kit, alternate masked and unmasked heads, alternate mandibles for an extended mouth and a closed mouth, four extra sets of hands with varying degrees of opening for holding the different accessories, a small vial of acid, an injector gun, and alternate wrist blades to show them either retracted or extended. Again, the figure is super poseable and has joints on top of joints. A lot of the armor and pieces of the figure come apart. The whip is only moveable at the handle, which with all the other posing options and the segments on the alien, is a little disappointing. Still, I really like the shape of the whip.
The figure does not come with any stand, but you shouldn’t need one. The thing is pretty steady on it’s own feet which are also articulated at the toes. That said, it would still have been cool to be able to pose him in a leap of some kind. You can of course just buy one of those bases on Amazon if you want it that badly.
The options for posing the Predator Wolf are astounding when compared to other toy company versions of the figure. I would have preferred jointed pieces in some instances, like in the mandibles, because the parts tend to fall off as you mess with them. Another cool feature though is the wrist device opening up. Again, you have to be careful with it because it comes off and it’s not exactly easy to get back on (for someone with large fingers at least). The shoulder canon folds up nicely and again it is one of the many things that come apart on this guy. The canon arm seems like it might be pretty fragile, so be careful with that.
Both figures come in around $45 – $60 bucks depending on where you look. Like I said, this is the high end of 7″ figures, so the price tag should be no surprise. With the accessories and possibilities of these figures I have to say the price is well worth it. If they happen to continue making figures in line with horror collectors I’d see no reason to not keep buying them. I don’t see a whole lot of people scooping these up yet, I’m guessing it’s because they are unfamiliar with the company’s figures or the cost. So I’m hoping to shed some light on these things because they do belong in a nice collection of horror toys.
- Mr. Frights