Not quite sure why... In the show itself he doesn't use much- helmet, backpack, and pistol. Hunter, Tech and Crosshair came with more stuff and they're standard releases.While it is cool looking and I'd like to have that particular version, it will likely be a higher priced Exclusive repaint.
Nope. (At least as of Season 1) he's never used any modifications to his plug arm. The hand replacement thing appears to be something exclusive with the Hot Toys figure. (Although I think the stream said that they had planned to use an attachment, but it never appeared in the show.)Does he ever use a normal hand replacement on the show?
Nope. (At least as of Season 1) he's never used any modifications to his plug arm. The hand replacement thing appears to be something exclusive with the Hot Toys figure. (Although I think the stream said that they had planned to use an attachment, but it never appeared in the show.)
I hope he gets to use some of the "figure exlcusive" hand options next season. (And just gets more attention in general as he only had a few standout moments in S1...)
Yeah Hunter, Wrecker, and Crosshair got the lionshare of attention. Tech and Echo didn't have much going on.They did say that was somethingbthat just never made it.
He was portrayed very differently from how i expected him to be on the show. But to be fair, I didn't feel like any of them got too many big moments aside from Hunter in the first few episodes, really. I liked the show a lot, but no one's personality really came out very much.
Yeah, like I mentioned in an earlier post- the robotic hand appears to be something exclusive to the Hot Toys figure. Echo hasn't used any sort of arm attachment since he returned as a cyborg in his episodes of the last season of the Clone Wars and in season 1 of The Bad Batch.I have zero interest for the show.
But damn, this figure looks EPIC! Very tempting.
However, isn't he also suppose to have a normal robotic hand?
thank you for the lore, much appreciated !Yeah Hunter, Wrecker, and Crosshair got the lionshare of attention. Tech and Echo didn't have much going on.
Tech was pretty much "Mr Exposition" and lots of typical overly verbose "smart guy" talk, and aside from a few scenes where he put his foot down Echo was the straight man.
Although, me and a few others have noticed some interesting tidbits about his armor. The "double stripe" hairstyle some clones sported (Gree is an example) is apparently done so in memoriam to their fallen brothers. Echo for the most part is a stock clone (in appearance- and until he came back as a cyborg) but all of his "custom armors" have had two stripes on his helmet similar to the hairstyle. His Bad Batch helmet has a raised part very similar to it as well.
View attachment 405014The double stripe was a type of hairstyle worn by clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic. To wear the double stripe, troopers would have all hair on their head shaved, save for two thick, parallel stripes that ran from the front to the back of their head. The two stripes met in a curve...starwars.fandom.com
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Considering that Echo has lost MANY brothers (notably- the entirety of Domino squad) it makes sense for the by-the-book Echo to wear these stripes as opposed to changing his standard issue clone haircut (or LACK of hair for his Bad Batch armor.)