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Liquid Emperor
« on: 07-23-2013 23:31 »
« Last Edit on: 09-18-2013 22:49 »

I was wondering which figures in the Futurama line you guys thought most and least look like the actual characters they are based off of.

I'd say the one that is the most ON model would be Robot Santa. The only miss wth him would be the fact that on the show, his 'beard' sticks straight out, but on the toy it follows the curve of his torso. However, that's not really that big of a deal, as all the other details on this figure are spot-on. His arms & legs are the right legnth, his paint apps are perfect, and his eyes even turn!

The most OFF model figure to me would probably have to be the Robot Devil (followed closely by Zapp). His proportions are all wrong, with his head being too small, his arms a bit long, and his legs being too short. Also, as i'm sure everyone knows, his paint apps are incorrect too, and that really throws off the look of the character. However, the upcoming Talking RD look like it will fix all those problems-and talk! I hope someday they'll rerelease RD with a new sculpt that looks more screen accurate.

What are your guy's picks?
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