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I feel like the figures thighs are too long and that throws me off a little, and the accessories are really bad, she comes with 2 lassos and a stand. a lot of the dc multiverse figures lack accessories. but overall the paint is really good, nice metallic red and gold paint, the articulation is good with stuff like butterfly joints and toe movement! she could also double as a comic wonder-woman of you wanted.
This movie Wonder Woman is an amazing looking figure. The paint is clean and very good looking. While it's not chrome the glossiness of the red, the texture of the gold and silver are spot on. The flat navy blue on the skirt gives a great constrast to the rest of the more vibrant colours. The figure inself has excellent paint job to translate the costume on screen to a 7" plastic toy. Why the likeliness to Gal Gadot seems to be missing quite a bit, it's not a bad looking head sculpt and compared to what was offered of the first Wonder Woman movie and others versions from Mattel, McFarlane Toys Wonder Woman is miles ahead in terms of quality, design and value.
There is one noticeable problem with this figure. And that's Wonder Woman's stretched thighs. Basically her legs are too long. Compared to video clips and stills, her thighs are stretched too long. It's not that noticible when you pose her and being the knees but it's weird that the toy company made such a mistake. Still for the price point and over all quality, it's a noticeable problem but in no ways a deal breaker.
Wonder Woman comes with a tied up lasso of truth that can hook on the side of her torso and also a "in action" version. Both can be hold on her hands. The paint on the lassos are perfect, no complains there. However, really wish she came with a pair of closed fist for her bracelet action poses.
She also comes with a collector card which personal I enjoy as a little bonus for collecting the DC Multiverse figures. And a small stand which helps with dynamic poses as you can see in the photo.
I would say get her while you still can before the movie hype.
I’ve been collecting Female Action Figures for a long time and I’m also one of those collectors that take them out of the packaging so I can get a really good look at the sculpting and painting of each figure.. That said, this Woner Woman 1980 Golden Arour with wings is one of he best I’ve seen in a very long time. You can absolutely tell that this came from McFarlane Toys. All the figures that DC has so far produced through McFarlane Toys are Amazing but this one is Special and Exquisite to look at and pose. The only thing they missed is not having her lasso included.