So. Another weekend, another post.
I may have actually found a schedule for writing that I can actually adhere to! 🙂
The base material for this post is just about the same as the last post, but the end result is different.
So we’ll start with the first of 2, Super Mario blind bag figure I had left to open. I had looked online for the codes for each of the figures I wanted, as I didn’t want to pay for figures I wasn’t really interested in. I’m sure I would’ve been fine with the other figures, but there were 4 specific ones I was interested in, and I also would’ve been disappointed if I ended up with doubles.
The packaging is the same, but the contents are not.
Even if you couldn’t see the face, you probably could’ve guessed that it was Wario based on the color scheme alone. Not at all complicated to put together, and nothing really interesting about the figure, other than that it’s Wario.
I don’t have a ton of Nintendo related figures, so the chance to own a Wario in this scale is pretty cool.
On to blind bag number 2.
The same on the outside, as always.
But again, the contents is where the difference lies. This one may be a little harder to figure out than the previous 3, if your a novice, or a newer generation of gamer. But the face is what gives the figure away. This figure also has the more pieces than the others that I’ve reviewed.
It’s a Shy Guy. I absolutely had to have this figure, as Super Mario Bros. 2 is one of my favorite games. One of the reasons I like the game so much, is the variety of great characters throughout the game.
How could you not like this guy?
There’s not much in the realm of posability, as is the case with most of these figures. But the molds are spot-on and the quality is pretty good as well.
And lastly is the major figure that I was able to recently knock off of my want list.
G1 Soundwave has basically been on my since I was 6 years old. I always thought he was one of the cooler looking characters, and he also has one of the cooler sounding voices of any villain ever.
I understand why he has had a facelift in regards to his alt mode over the years, but this will always be my definitive version of Soundwave. Most kids these days probably wouldn’t even know what this is supposed to be. But back in the day, it was just too awesome! The ability to have little minions in the shape of cassettes stored in his chest was the icing on the cake.
Cosmetically, this one looks to be in pretty good shape, and it appears to have all of the original decals. Some of the joints are a little loose, but he’s able to stand on his own, and will look awesome on a shelf next to the others.
The cover with the clip was included, but it did not include either of the weapons(batteries). I have priced those out, and the should run me about 10 dollars apiece. The deack needs a little help to open, but it does open and it stays shut as well.
Including shipping, I paid just shy of 40 bucks for this guy, which I thought was a pretty decent deal. Considering how long I’ve wanted this figure, and how long I’ve been trying to find a decent deal on one in recent years, I’d say that I did pretty well.