The Criminals of Mega-City One have a huge hard on for Dredd, it's hilarious. There's been quite a few obsessed fans in the comic. Usually ends up with them dead or in the cubes. As it should be.
>that 3a fear looks banging tho
I saw it on Mandarake a few weeks ago for only like 6000Y and was VERY tempted. Kinda sad that it only came with 2 sets of hands as accessories but for the price and what you're getting, I feel foolish for not just pulling the trigger when I had my chance. It would have looked good with my Dredd...
What about Anderson or Johnny Alpha?
We didn't even get a 2012 Dredd figure, man. 2000ad need to step up their merchandising.
Remember that woman who was so yandere for Dredd she took a hospital hostage?
Anderson also had a stalker, too.
Megacity 1 is a silly place.
>Judge Joseph Dredd will never dominate you and call you a greenie.
>"Attempting to interfere with a decent thread."
>"Six years in the cube!"
It's back up right now on Bambaland if you want to grab it. I can't really justify the price because I bought too much this month, but I really am debating buying Dredd anyways. How long do they usually stay up for?
Sorry forgot, I'll get home in a couple of hours then I'll take on
No he cannot touch his toes. Arms have good ROM minus the shoulder pads, but the magnets really help with those. Torso is decent in range. Legs are very limited, the hips only go out about half as far as the batman. I thought the ankles were just going to be a meme, but they are really fucking terrible. Which means it makes posting him a real bitch.
The interesting thing about the ankles is that, in a structural sense, they have the potential to be good. I popped mine apart and they're basically identical to the Neca Dutch's boots in regards to a floating balljoint, which can be really nice in its simplicity and overall movement. But they fucked up hardcore in not allowing enough clearance for the joint to work as it should. I guess anyone with a dremel can fix it in like 4 seconds and get improved range of motion, but that's kind of a dumb thing to suggest for something that's already a premium $70 figure.
I'm curious if or how they could pull off a Bollard-accurate Judge Fire, without compromising appearance or articulation. If they could deliver that much, I'd break the bank on the whole fearsome foursome in a heartbeat.
Wellp, I mean, Fear went up on the website
So get him while you can if you want. His helmet opens up and ther'es just eyeballs and gore inside it's weird.
What makes you think Mezco won't do more for the license? They're just beginning this line and they did make the Mutant Leader for batman.
Mezco usually does multiple figures from a license, so i don't see why they wouldn't continue as long as the figures sell.
I don't see how that's a problem though.
If Dredd sells, why wouldn't they license more?
I would assume stuff like Batman was a one time deal too and after that sold well, they started looking at superman and Flash too.
Something like the Mutant leader seems more like a quicky. The license allowed them to make everything from the Dark Knight Returns and they could just do another male body fast.
Flash and Superman are so generic though. Very meh.
Be pretty cool if Mezco put out a Judge Anderson.
One hell of a first female figure for the line.
Naw dawg, it's cool. The hat is removable.