Awesome Reis thanks for sharing your collection and i was hoping you were going to open that Disney Indie but i guess i will have to wait for another day for that. : )
My brother still has his whip, I think that dude never played with any of his toys. He would just line them up and make sure they had all their stuff before he put them away.I had Indy in the Nazi disguise, and his arm is broken. He's a vet.
Awesome Indy collection Reis, that vintage one is sweet.
Whips are the hardest things to get right, and back in the 80-90s I remember everyone from Beastman to Catwoman had that cheap plastic string. But then again, that's what imagination's for, right? lol.One thing, wouldn't the quick draw feature have worked better as a whip cracking one? You'd have thought that would make more sense.
epic figures for a epic movie !post some pictures when you open that indy, he is in scale with marvel legends/dc classics ?
jboy - That day is here!Fett - Brothers are weird. ;)Chunky - Thanks, man!Oni - I totally agree with you. His arm should snap down to crack the whip (piece of black string).Fabio - Consider it done! He's about 8" and fits right in with MOTUC and DCUC figures.
Have you thought about getting the Hot Toys Indiana Jones figure?
Waaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyy too expensive!
But it looks so neat. I got some of them and you're video gave my Indy craze new fuel.By the way, thanks for sharing your enthusiasm for the hobby with us!
Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Hopkins! Now get out there and get some Indy figures! :)