Saturday, November 11, 2017
I like the shiny chinese characters printed on the front cover of the box.
Turn to the other side of the box cover is a background cardboard which stimulates the battle scene in the film. The figure head is very well sculpted with great resemblance of Jackie Chan as General Meng Yi in The Myth.
Although the body armor is made of plastic, it looks realistic with great paint application and right amount of weathering.
Besides life-like eyes, the lips color and skin tone look natural. Its facial expression is convincing too.
The small bun (hair) with red stripes has magnet which can be attached to the top of the head.
A closer look at the "gold" plated belt buckles which have lots of embossed details.
As the combat boots are made of hard plastic, they are stiff which restrict the articulation of the ankles.
For overall articulation, the upper body is better than lower body.
With combat helmet on, it enhances the look of the figure which resembles Jackie Chan perfectly.
Left above is my favorite picture taken for the character...
To me, the cape looks better if its length is slightly shorter.
As the figure has tight joints, you can pose it without stand.
The metal-like helmet is made of plastic which fits perfectly to the figure. It's also eye-catching due to the design with red feather-like deco at the top.
The golden sword is the only weapon comes with the figure and it's made of metal. Overall, I am very pleased to own the figure in my collection. I have displayed it in my toy cabinet.