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    Mattel's Battlestar Galactica

    Professor Beastly looks back at Mattel's Battlestar Galactica figure from 1979 https://youtu.be/zFpfQthrcqE

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    Awesome figures! I just photographed my Mattel Cylons!


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    Quote Originally Posted by enyawd72 View Post
    Awesome figures! I just photographed my Mattel Cylons!

    That is so awesome.

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    Great video.


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    Nice review of the line! I would love to see Funko do a reaction line of these and produce some of the characters that we did not get! The lack of ships always bothered me, so just recently I built my own Viper for Starbuck, ended up being 16" long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spyweb007 View Post
    Nice review of the line! I would love to see Funko do a reaction line of these and produce some of the characters that we did not get! The lack of ships always bothered me, so just recently I built my own Viper for Starbuck, ended up being 16" long.
    Serena, Athena and Cassiopeia would be great. 1 body/uniform in different colors and 3 head sculpts, not that hard.

    and Sheba. Knew I forgot someone.


    CCC.

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    I've considered doing Cassiopeia, Serena, and Baltar in Mego style, but was unsure about good head choices for the female characters.

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    well dang!! let’s see it
    Quote Originally Posted by Spyweb007 View Post
    Nice review of the line! I would love to see Funko do a reaction line of these and produce some of the characters that we did not get! The lack of ships always bothered me, so just recently I built my own Viper for Starbuck, ended up being 16" long.

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    Seems like a missed opportunity. I don't even know if anyone would want to do the classic series now but think of how cheap it could be with all the parts reuse. All the Colonial warriors (male) use the same body except Jolly and Apollo (left handed so wears holster opposite others) so the only need headsculpts . Same with most of the female with some exceptions like type of boots or some wore dresses.
    Not to mention piggy back a Buck Rogers line you can get more parts use.

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