Monday, December 28, 2009
This is Ray Stantz, a 1/6 scale Ghostbuster figure with cartoon style look. Not much details we can have on the face, only "normal" paint work done on the eyes and eye brows to differentiate them from the rest of the skin tone.
The quality of the outfit is pretty good. Even though the zippers on the jumpsuit are for showing off purpose, they still look realistic in its proper scale. The cloth straps with buckles that tighted to the particle accelerator work well too.
We can activate the light up feature of particle accelerator by pressing the button on the bottom. The four lights around the lower part of the equipment light up in a clockwise flashing pattern. I just love it!!
Look at the wires, warning labels and various parts of the particle accelerator - they are detailed made and the weathering on the equipment is nicely done as well. We can attach the proton gun or particle thrower to the side of the accelerator if we want. Mattel really impressed me for producing such a wonderful piece of work on those accessories and they are amazing!!
I like the little patch "Ghostbusters logo" on the right sleeve of the jumpsuit as it reminds me of the Ghostbusters soundtrack.
With proton gun in hand, Stantz is ready to capture any ghosts in the neighbourhood :P
As the neck joint is very tight, I only able to rotate a bit of the head. I have no problem with the rest of the joint articulation.
The additional accessories are goggles, portable trap, walkie-talkie and extra pair of skin coloured hands. Not forgetting the locker that holds the additional accessories can be used as a prop for diorama purpose.
Besides the amazing work done on the proton pack, the portable trap is well produced and it connected to the foot pedal with a rubber hose. I think the rubber hose connected between the trap and foot pedal can be longer. Both yellow with black stripes lids open when we press down on the red button of the trap. Overall, I am pleased with this figure and I highly recommend it to those who love cartoon style "Ghostbusters" figures. You may view the box packaging here.