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    Museum Robot
    • May 9, 2007
    • 5794

    ToyFair: NECA ReMego gallery

    NECA has in two years transformed from a company who used the ReMego format as a novelty to one of the most exciting companies working in the format. * We’ve just added a NECA forum at the Mego Museum, check it out here: http://megomuseum.com/community/foru...ay.php?72-NECA * *












































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  • kinostadt
    Veteran Member
    • Jul 14, 2004
    • 431

    #2
    In what scale are the smaller Apes shown right before Christopher Reeve?

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    • The Bat
      Batman Fanatic
      • Jul 14, 2002
      • 13412

      #3
      Is Chris Reeve Mego scale? PLEASE GOD!!!
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      • kinostadt
        Veteran Member
        • Jul 14, 2004
        • 431

        #4
        The Reeve appears to be 1/4 scale.
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        I'm really curious about those smaller apes. Maybe they are 6"? They look much too detailed to be 3 3/4"

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        • Boywonder0
          Persistent Member
          • Dec 29, 2007
          • 2411

          #5
          NECA is kicking butts with some serious head sculpting but dropping the ball with clothing... First, Taylor's cheap astronaut suit and now I can't believe they didn't give the Gorilla Ape a bandolier!!!

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          • Gorn Captain
            Invincible Ironing Man
            • Feb 28, 2008
            • 10549

            #6
            Great photos!
            Those Interstellar suits look nicely detailed.

            And the mystery of the missing bandolier continues...
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            "When things are at their darkest, it's a brave man that can kick back and party."

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            • MIB41
              Eloquent Member
              • Sep 25, 2005
              • 15631

              #7
              Is that Urko a 1/4 scale figure? Oh man. That would be hard to resist!

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              • Confessional
                Maker & Whatnot
                • Aug 8, 2012
                • 3411

                #8
                ^^ No, it's the master sculpt that will be used for the digital model to scale down to the Classic series. That's why they are so detailed in scale.

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                • Gorn Captain
                  Invincible Ironing Man
                  • Feb 28, 2008
                  • 10549

                  #9
                  I noticed that the purple for the soldier ape is pretty "disco sparkly", as opposed to the more subdued prototype material.
                  And the head can use some more paint application.
                  But it's still a prototype, I guess.
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                  "When things are at their darkest, it's a brave man that can kick back and party."

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                  • MIB41
                    Eloquent Member
                    • Sep 25, 2005
                    • 15631

                    #10
                    Wouldn't it be cool if they do a Virdon and Burke?

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                    • kinostadt
                      Veteran Member
                      • Jul 14, 2004
                      • 431

                      #11
                      Originally posted by Confessional
                      ^^ No, it's the master sculpt that will be used for the digital model to scale down to the Classic series. That's why they are so detailed in scale.
                      Thanks for that information. That answers my question about the scale of the smaller figures pictured. If they will be part of the "Classic" series, then they will be 7" scale, right?

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                      • EMCE Hammer
                        Moderation Engineer
                        • Aug 14, 2003
                        • 25679

                        #12
                        Not a big horror fan, but I really like Freddy. And those astronauts are really rich figures, I wish Taylor had been done more like them.

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                        • Gorn Captain
                          Invincible Ironing Man
                          • Feb 28, 2008
                          • 10549

                          #13
                          Originally posted by EMCE Hammer
                          I wish Taylor had been done more like them.
                          I'm totally redoing my Taylor suit with a whole new fabric.
                          The more I look at the Neca one, the more I get the feeling that-along the production line- nobody made clear that the design was a rough prototype, not a definitive design. The black stitching says to me "this is where we want stitching patterns, so we'll highlight them in black for clarity now, but they're supposed to be white on white" in the end."

                          Because the boots aren't removable, I'm sewing the pants straight onto the figure. They need to be tight around the lower leg, and won't slide over the boots.
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                          "When things are at their darkest, it's a brave man that can kick back and party."

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                          • lilbrosj66
                            Persistent Member
                            • Jul 4, 2011
                            • 1594

                            #14
                            Well that is just all kinds of action figure goodness there! Not sure about that shiny, satiny purple leisure suit the Mego scale gorilla is wearing but I've already got 3 on order. Neca makes some really odd choices with some of their fabrics.

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                            • piecemaker
                              There's no need to fear..
                              • Jan 26, 2009
                              • 4634

                              #15
                              That's a great looking Freddy. Not real crazy about the shiny fabric on the Soldier Ape either or the painted on mud or the lack of a bandolier but that wont stop me from getting one.

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