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PostSubject: other figures   Sun Nov 14, 2010 10:08 pm

What other action figure lines do you guys know of (or collect) that are in scale with the Doctor Who figures?
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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Sun Nov 14, 2010 10:11 pm

The Robin Hood figures, which we carry, are all in scale. Robin is used by some as Rory, for example.

Also Primeval figures (which we don't carry).
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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Sun Nov 14, 2010 10:58 pm

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The Robin Hood figures, which we carry, are all in scale. Robin is used by some as Rory, for example.

Also Primeval figures (which we don't carry).

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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Sun Nov 14, 2010 11:28 pm

Revoltech Frauleins, which are high articulated anime figures:
Here's some:

Haruka Hasegawa (She's going to be customized later. Also, she did not come with that gun.)




Pocco










Japanese Robots:



Star Trek (Art Asylum only)












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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Mon Nov 15, 2010 12:02 am

I once made an attempt to collect Hasbro Fantastic 4 figures. I managed to get 2 versions of Mr. Fantastic and a "flamed on" Human Torch, but couldn't find any versions of the Thing or the Invisible Woman. (Which, you realize, you don't REALLY need...)

Then when the second movie came out, those were in a different scale, so I forgot about it.

Somewhere, I have a 10'' Bilbo doll from the Lord of the Rings line. Never got any others, except for a set of tiny figurines of the Fellowship.
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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Mon Nov 15, 2010 12:09 am

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I once made an attempt to collect Hasbro Fantastic 4 figures. I managed to get 2 versions of Mr. Fantastic and a "flamed on" Human Torch, but couldn't find any versions of the Thing or the Invisible Woman. (Which, you realize, you don't REALLY need...)

Then when the second movie came out, those were in a different scale, so I forgot about it.

Somewhere, I have a 10'' Bilbo doll from the Lord of the Rings line. Never got any others, except for a set of tiny figurines of the Fellowship.

the second movie ones were in a different scale than the first movie's???!!!!

I remember collecting them myself. I managed to actually get two of the Invisible Woman variants (the fully visible and the half visible, not the completely clear/invisible one). But I remember how hard it was finding them.
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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Mon Nov 15, 2010 12:17 am

kcooper76 wrote:
What other action figure lines do you guys know of (or collect) that are in scale with the Doctor Who figures?
Playmates Star Trek figures are just about the same scale.
Fantastic Four Rise of the Silver Surfer
Dynasty Warriors
One of the newer Spiderman lines
Some Buffy figures are close
I've found Army Men that are almost 6", but no articulation
There was a line called "Kingdom Come" that was close
Power Rangers had a 5" line
AAA Lucha Libre Mexican Wrestling Figures
Japanese Pro Wrestling NOAH figures
There was a short-lived Conan line in the early 90's, a little big but close
some TMNT and DBZ figures are close

That's all I can think of right now. Keep in mind that almost any other figure will look subpar next to a Who figure. The Who line's quality and realism is just way beyond any other compatible line, other than Primeval.
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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Mon Nov 15, 2010 12:40 am

rdks wrote:
kcooper76 wrote:
What other action figure lines do you guys know of (or collect) that are in scale with the Doctor Who figures?
Playmates Star Trek figures are just about the same scale.
Fantastic Four Rise of the Silver Surfer
Dynasty Warriors
One of the newer Spiderman lines
Some Buffy figures are close
I've found Army Men that are almost 6", but no articulation
There was a line called "Kingdom Come" that was close
Power Rangers had a 5" line
AAA Lucha Libre Mexican Wrestling Figures
Japanese Pro Wrestling NOAH figures
There was a short-lived Conan line in the early 90's, a little big but close
some TMNT and DBZ figures are close

That's all I can think of right now. Keep in mind that almost any other figure will look subpar next to a Who figure. The Who line's quality and realism is just way beyond any other compatible line, other than Primeval.

Got any Willow Rosenburg figures to sell? Question confused bounce
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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Mon Nov 15, 2010 11:43 am

I do have some spider man 3 figures that are in scale.
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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:29 pm

I do have Mars Attacks figures.
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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Fri Dec 10, 2010 5:14 pm

The Castellan wrote:
Revoltech Frauleins, which are high articulated anime figures:
Here's some:

Haruka Hasegawa (She's going to be customized later. Also, she did not come with that gun.)




Haruka's a very cool figure. I did a review of her a while back. However, I wouldn't say she's in scale with Doctor Who figures. She's a bit too tall, IMO.

Infinite Hollywood: Haruka Hasegawa Figure Review

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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Fri Dec 10, 2010 5:40 pm

Newton Gimmick wrote:
The Castellan wrote:
Revoltech Frauleins, which are high articulated anime figures:
Here's some:

Haruka Hasegawa (She's going to be customized later. Also, she did not come with that gun.)




Haruka's a very cool figure. I did a review of her a while back. However, I wouldn't say she's in scale with Doctor Who figures. She's a bit too tall, IMO.

Infinite Hollywood: Haruka Hasegawa Figure Review


She's not gonna be customized for Who figures.

She does look good next to Daleks, though.
It took me a YEAR to track her down for a good price. People rip on Frauliens, but they came a long way over the past 3 years, I think.

You might wanna look at Pocco and the other Frauliens, since they are quite nice, and the accessories are awesome themselves. farao

I'll post my custom once it's done. Basketball
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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Tue Dec 28, 2010 5:42 pm

I have just recently discovered the FRAULEIN Revoltech figs. One could only WISH they made WHO figs this awesome. The articulation is CRAZY. I have been looking for good prices on ebay, and you can scoop up deals if you are vigilant. The only problem is, they make my WHO figs look like crappy static statues. And ,one other issue my girlfriend pointed out: "Now you have ANOTHER thing you collect..."
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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Fri Jan 28, 2011 1:54 am

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I have just recently discovered the FRAULEIN Revoltech figs. One could only WISH they made WHO figs this awesome. The articulation is CRAZY. I have been looking for good prices on ebay, and you can scoop up deals if you are vigilant. The only problem is, they make my WHO figs look like crappy static statues. And ,one other issue my girlfriend pointed out: "Now you have ANOTHER thing you collect..."

Not her problem. afro

I really think the Japanese figure makers would make a KILLING with their stuff, anime is still popular here, contrary to popular belief. alien cat farao

Articulation, good looks and detail....something our stuff could use.
Also, like Dr. Who, Revoltech, along with Figma, use a slightly rubbery plastic in making the figures, which I think is good.
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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Fri Jan 28, 2011 8:28 am

Newton Gimmick wrote:
The Castellan wrote:
Revoltech Frauleins, which are high articulated anime figures:
Here's some:

Haruka Hasegawa (She's going to be customized later. Also, she did not come with that gun.)




Haruka's a very cool figure. I did a review of her a while back. However, I wouldn't say she's in scale with Doctor Who figures. She's a bit too tall, IMO.

Infinite Hollywood: Haruka Hasegawa Figure Review


If you ever got more Frauleins, and want to get rid of some, let me know. afro
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PostSubject: Re: other figures   Mon Mar 28, 2011 12:12 pm

i have a collection of -
star wars figures diecast (total of 60)
all sealed

james bond car collection diecast mdels
(110 in total only 6 more to collecto)

star wars figures & vehicles collection diecast
(75 in total only 10 more to go)

and a very large collection of dr who figures & gift sets (still adding too)
you can check this collection out on this link http://www.collectorsquest.com/collector/time-lord
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