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Vader/Anakin Chubby review


Cute figure with a low cost sculpt of a 1/6 2 stage removal Vader helmet for all you bashers and customisers:-

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Re: Vader/Anakin Chubby review


Nice review,the Chubby's aren't really my cup of tea but they look very well done all the same. It's intresting that one of Hot Toys first SW products has a 2-part removable Vader helmet that's pretty much 1/6 scale when a certain other company claims to have difficulties doing so despite having the SW license for some time now.
Hot Toys must surely be after the rights to make 1/6 SW figures and the Vader helmet is IMO a not so subtle hint to Lucasfilm that they would do a great job.

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Re: Vader/Anakin Chubby review


nice review as always jeff.


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Cute figure with a low cost sculpt of a 1/6 2 stage removal Vader helmet for all you bashers and customisers:-

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Just checked out your "chubby" review over on Michael Crawford's site Jeff, was pretty decent and I'm glad to hear they're good quality.

Like you I was surprised there were no Ep2 Clone Troopers/Ep3 Clone Troopers/Ep4 Stormtrooper chubbies, as I would've bought those.

The only set I'm really interested in from this line though is the Sith, Maul Dooku and Palps look great and your review has tempted me a little more.

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