frauenfelder at March 12th, 2014 22:11 — #1
cementimental at March 12th, 2014 22:54 — #2
FLETCHER HANKS ACTION FIGURES!?! O_O amazing
(well, 'figurines'.... they look really great but personally I think that really off-model bootleg style heta-uma toys would be more apt )
phasmafelis at March 12th, 2014 23:09 — #3
I guess the moral of the story is that if you make a really, really awful comic that no one could ever sincerely like, eventually the ironists will decide that it's the greatest thing ever and demand overpriced collector's figurines of it.
Hmm. Has Rob Liefeld been a has-been long enough to like him ironically yet? I always get confused.
phasmafelis at March 12th, 2014 23:12 — #4
I'm impressed by how lovingly designed they are. Someone put a lot of time into sculpting those.
Which makes them completely inaccurate, of course. They should be kind of lumpy and slapdash and deformed, like the sculptor was on a tight deadline, and also had heard humans described but never actually seen one.
cementimental at March 12th, 2014 23:13 — #5
I like him unironically (tho because of the weirdness and 'bad' qualities to be sure) and furthermore these are nowhere CLOSE to overpriced by comics tat figurine standards.
phasmafelis at March 13th, 2014 00:35 — #6
Hrm. They're not quite as expensive as I assumed, although I'm not willing to call $28 for a 4.3" figure "cheap." It is less overpriced than a lot of collector pieces, though.
egypturnash at March 13th, 2014 02:05 — #7
I make a graphic novel that uses funky process colors to become something that can't show up on a screen. How can I get a review copy to Wink?
marlboromonkey7 at March 13th, 2014 12:41 — #8
The figures are droolworthy and nicely priced. The upcoming Black Terror would look terrific on my shelf.
frauenfelder at March 17th, 2014 22:24 — #9
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