It's a great Han. My favorite.I ordered a Rebels Saga Legends Bespin Han figure for my nephew. He loves playing with my Vintage Style Collection Star Wars figures and poses my Star Wars figures in weird poses.
I know he doesnt have a Han Solo figure so Im doing something nice by getting him a Bespin Han figure to start out with
Saw two Luke X-Wings, two Lando Skiffs and seven Han Bespins at Walmart today. Why seven? HORRIBLE paint apps. A half blind grandmother wouldn't pick these up. He's really the only one I want from this wave, so hopefully there is one decent paint job out there.
Yeah, of the latest wave I'd say his paint is the best. Even his eyes are painted the best. My Han Endor doesn't look quite as good.That's weird. I've seen multiples of this figure and ALL of them have had great paint jobs. This is one of the most consistently well painted figures I've seen in any line in ages - especially the eyes.
13 figures! Better unload one. This Han is too nice to be number 13.This is one of the few SL figures that I've been contemplating going online to get ahold of, but fortunately I found one today at the Walmart in Glen Carbon, IL. Definitely the best Bespin Han Solo figure ever made and he might even be the best Han Solo figure that we have ever gotten. Period.
They also had an X-Wing Luke that I was tempted to get, but the paint apps on that figure's face made Luke look like he was very surprised by something happening just off to his left, so I passed on it. Still it looks like a really nice Luke figure and I'll probably buy it if I can find one with good paint apps.
Yes, I would. Assuming good paint apps of course
Well, I haven't got this figure yet (but intend to) but as to your question... what you've just described is probably my "ideal" POA. The current 5POA, plus elbows and knees (I wouldn't object to waist either).
Absolutely! Basically just reduce the articulation on the Black Series line to the basics and make sure the articulation is executed cleanly. No knobby knees or elbows. Figures have been released in the past "missing" the full SA treatment. Hoth Leia for instance doesn't have ankle articulation. You don't hear too much complaining. Yes some people find it a necessity but it seems like even a lot of hardcore SA fans can live without it as long as the other core joints are there.I think that's what hasbro should do. Instead of going all out with SA, or holding way back with 5POA after years of more articulated figures. Instead of alienating one group of collectors in favor of another, instead of spending too much money on SA, or saving a lot of money on over simplifying the sculpts, instead of expensive pack in accessories or cheap or no accessories, I think a happy medium could be met.