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    The Riddler!









    Arriving from Gotham City, the Riddler!

    I'm very pleased with this one---the definitive look for me. I can see a bit of Irv Novick in the sculpt. The head is scaled well, and isn't too "flat" like some previous figures. The suit is basic but has a nice detail on the soles of the feet. The one I received is on nice sturdy body. The hair has a brown wash to it that is a little overdone in my opinion, but that's easily touched up. Good job, FTC!

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    I got the suite one.and this one does look nice.ill order that along with a 10 of clubs.and ace of clubs .very soon

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    Ace of Clubs figure is perfect, a piece of art. Sometimes FTC hits a homerun.

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    It's a very nicely done figure, interesting addition with the foot soles, I would buy this figure.

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    Thanks for the pictures and info, as usual, Krypt0nite!

    He looks good! I love the addition of the soles to bottom of the feet. This is also my definitive Riddler look; I plan to order him soon with a few parts from CTVT.

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    Wow. When FTC gets it right, they REALLY get it right. Might be my favorite figure they've done.

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    That is sharp!

    Chris
    http://megomuseum.com/community/signaturepics/sigpic22_1.gif

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    wasn't sure about the headsculpt before on this one.no doubts now

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    Head looks a bit big to me. But I dig the suit.

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    The head sculpt looks larger in the picture due to the angles than it does in hand. It is proportional to the body.

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