I’ve been trying to complete the Sinister Six for such a long time and it was awesome how I stumbled upon these two figures a couple of days ago.
Rhino from Spider-Man Classics series 2
Not the best one there is but I like the sculpt because it represents Rhino’s classic look. But the scale is a bit off. although he is taller than almost all standard ML figures, it’s just not that tall enough. Also, it lacks the proper articulation but it is undestandable because it was released back in 2001 way before Toybiz began producing Marvel Legends.
Lizard from Hasbro’s Spider-Man Classics 2010
I totally dig the head sculpt on this figure and most people say that this is how the Lizard will look like in the Amazing Spider-Man movie but I don’t know anything about that. I like how the tail is articulated. But aside from those two pros, this figure is plagued with a lot of cons. They used a piece of cheap cloth as the torn up lab coat and just dipped the lower part of it in brown paint so the upper part looks sparkling clean lol. I think I’m gonna have to make it look more dirty because Lizard is known to hang out in the sewers of new york. Also, the articulation is weird and it’s not that pose-able. But I guess I’m gonna have to live with it until I finally find the Marvel Legends Fearsome Foes pack.
Today’s Haul: DCUC Wave 7 Big Barda and Booster Gold
Both of them are variants… the original version of Big Barda is wearing her helmet but I like this one because you can see her face… Booster’s original version has a weird collar so I had to pick this variant instead… and you can open Skeets up to find a small Mr. Mind figure inside… bought them loose for around 2-3$… I’m gonna get the other ones I saw there on the hobby shop next week which are John Stewart, Flash and Power Girl…