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3AA WWR EMGY Dropcloth

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Awesome

I really like these figures, someday I will have to pick one up. I was surprised how big these figures really are and how good they felt from a relatively unknown manufacturer.

Anavel's picture
Posted by Anavel on 5 December, 2010 - 14:54
Awesome!

Great review and pics!
This is one of my favourite WWRs, I love the EMGY paint scheme and hope that we see it again when the WWRp Dropcloth sets are released. Unfortunately he is almost impossible to get now under $300, which sucks ass because it's so damn awesome.

Robonuts's picture
Posted by Robonuts on 5 December, 2010 - 18:30
Possible new topic for the next "some assembly required"

I loved this review, and it got me thinking just by looking at some of the pics. Wouldn't i be great to discuss how clothing looks on some of the modern robots? would you wanna keep it or lose it? i remember seeing Black getter's cape for the first time and loved that they kept it for the figure.

Mazinkaizer's picture
Posted by Mazinkaizer on 5 December, 2010 - 18:41
One day...one day I will have

One day...one day I will have at least one of these figures. I love robots, and I love the style of robot that's all rusty and junky looking. This series is awesome, but expensive. Still, everyone gives these great reviews, so the money sounds well spent.

Alexx's picture
Posted by Alexx on 6 December, 2010 - 17:35
They are relatively

They are relatively inexpensive if you can buy them on sale day or retail versions at retail prices. For example, you can grab a retail WWRp Large Martin for around $50 delivered from a number of online retailers right now. That is a bargain for an awesome piece of articulated art.
They only get expensive if you buy sold out 3A toys from ebay scalpers.

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Posted by Robonuts on 7 December, 2010 - 21:01
 
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