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Figure 9 - Número Nine - Tim Burton
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Por maria en 25 de febrero de 2013
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Mucho más al detalle de lo que imaginaba, es una pasada y difícil de encontrar. Una buena pieza de colección.
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33 de 39 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Por J. Bradley - Publicado en Amazon.com
I'm really dissapointed in this stitch punk figurine. First and foremost, I can't believe they would make this figurine out of plastic and couldn't take some thought and actually make it out of burlap which would've been uber cool. But that aside, the feet move a little, the hands move a little and the head moves a little. That's it. Can't raise or move the arms or the legs or even bend him at the waist. He's in that position and your stuck with it Like It or Not. Which in this case is a Not, as I can't seem to find him a position to stand in where he doesn't fall over. >:-( Next on the agenda his right hand, there's and extra right hand included for holding the lightbulb staff. Since the staff has an annoying little bracket on the bottom I couldn't just slide the staff down into his hand, so I was trying to peel the fingers and thumb up enough to slip the staff into his right hand when the right hand fell apart in two. >.< Now it appears like it may actually be meant to do that, as though it came apart and then snapped aroudn the lightbulb staff. But if it is meant to come in two, it certainly doesn't snap back together. So right now I'm waiting for the glue to dry so I can try and see if he can actually hold the lightbulb staff afterall. What happened the first time I tried to put the right hand with staff onto his body (before the hand came in two again and I had to re-glue it) is that it appears that the extra right hand is perpendicular to the arm, so that if he were to hold the lightbulb staff in his hand, it would be at a T to the rest of his body. I'm pretty sure with the already having trouble standing up that this isn't even going to work, but as I'm still waiting for the glue to dry to keep his hand from falling apart, I haven't actually tested this. Next on the list, the alchemy whatsamahoozit that comes with 9. How honestly is he supposed to hold this? On the box it shows it craddled in his left hand as though it were a match as intuitive as peanut butter and jelly. However no matter how I try and get the thing stuck between his fingers and his thumb, it always seems to fall out. How is it that an attachment comes with a figurine and yet there isn't any design on how he's supposed to hold said attachment?? I buy figurines all the time of all different kinds and I've never had a problem getting a figure to hold a given accessory. Because the accessory is part of the design!! So who the heck designed this?? Is this their first attempt ever at making a figurine?? And who approved it?? How could it ever leave a manufacturer without testing to see if the figurine can stand, have a right hand that does not fall apart, or a left hand that can hold the character's vital accessory the alchemy device which was the center point of the movie???!?!?! arrrrrrrrrrrrrrghhhhhhhhhhhhhhh *so frustrated* I'm mad that I can't buy a decent figurine for this character and instead had to buy this one. Because if they come out with a series 2 or something later down the line, this guy may be going in the trash for all the good he's done me. I'm pretty angry at how awfully designed this guy is. Not up to Burton standards, and hopefully not up to Shane Acker's either.
7 de 10 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Por TheGhostofBelleStarr - Publicado en Amazon.com
I should have heeded the other poor reviews of this piece before I bought, I had read them but bought 1 and 9 anyway. Well this is what I get for not listening-junk ! I have bought many,many action figures in my years of collecting but I think these "9" toys are the very worse I have purchased. I'm so angry I feel like tossing them in the trash. Neither will hold its staff as the hands are not made to accomodate holding it. These staffs are intrical to piece. 1 did come with an extra seperate pop in hand that appears to be able to hold the staff but it was so poorly made it broke the minute I tried to put the staff in it ! Don't be a fool like I was and ignore the poor reviews, they are here for a reason ! Buyer beware...of junk ! I acnnot believe I paid $[...] for the 2 piece set ! They are worth about .75 cents each !
10 de 13 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Por CrazyMD - Publicado en Amazon.com
I completely agree. They should take the time to make a nice quality stitchpunk! I got this and your review is RIGHT on. Its more for a kid...and not a collector of cool figurines. Hopefully they will make a nice one soon, or a bigger one made out of burlap like a rag doll/stitchpunk which would be AWESOME
5 de 8 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Por Angela - Publicado en Amazon.com
If you like NECA toys, with lots of detail, this is the figure for you. He could have been a bit better articulated. These other peoples complaints of him not being made of burlap, that would have made him more like a doll and not an action figure. This toy is great for what it is.
4 de 6 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Por visalisa - Publicado en Amazon.com
I would not play with my Neca 9 Action figure. He would drop his lamp. Without holding anything I'm sure he'd work fine as Barbie's new surprising boyfriend or such, but in our house, he just watches us from his shelf. He looks very much like the character in the movie, and since action figure size in this case means life size (since they're as tiny in the movie) it's like he's here with us. I love the detailing and he looks very much alive, but I wouldn't call it a toy. Really...