The best KOs I have ever had definitely are Figuarts Infinity War Thanos and Infinity War Hulk. They might not have faceprint tech and Hulks ab-crunch is floppy as fuck (on that note, anybody have an idea how to tighten that? I can't disassemble that part for the nail polish/glue trick) but other than that they are perfectly fine and stable figures. A much better option comapred to getting the original Figuarts for prices of above 100$ or buying a whole Marvel Legends wave for the BAF. I wish there would be more KOs of big guy Figuarts.
I disliked the Black Series Darth Maul I got back when rereleases of him were unlikely. He definitely smelled like toxic chemicals, though not much worse than what Hasbro produced back in 2006 for 3 inch.
Black Series Clone Trooper Captain was fine and I only sold him because they later offered a Figuarts Clone Trooper Captain that simply has a much better range of articulation. The hands have trouble staying put on the wrist joints because the forearm guard piece pushes against the hands but glue can fix that.
Really dislike my Revoltech Sneaking Suit Punished Snake, the wrist and head joints are all broken.
Same thing with Figuarts Tuxedo Mask, who can't even keep his legs to his body.
Figma Gurlokovich Soldier is a bit weird, I don't have the original but I feel like the crotch piece should have been made out of a softer material because the legs can barely go out of a neutral stance, let alone into a running pose, and again the head just broke off.>>7958991
I was eying that Spider-man, too. I think I will get it when the virus thing is dying down.
I also saw that they have some KOs of John Wick and Joker and I wonder how good those would be compared to the real deal. I would like to get a knock off TDK Joker to display a coat and vest version at the same time and John Wick with a different head could make for good mook fodder.