>>7342791>clearly doesn't own the figure>Nappa's bending forward to get that pose
Not surprising you don't actually own anything being talked about in this thread.
Nevermind the fact that his hands aren't against his body either in that pose.
And yes, Broly is one of those 1% larger figures that can do the pose well, but that's because he has an itty bitty waist/midtorso, unlike the much thicker (proportionately) Nappa and Darkseid. He's also pretty gapey with his joints giving him more clearance.>>7342837
And? The lack of paint isn't as big of a problem if you saw the figure in person. Again, this is why it's been reviewed so well so far.
The articulation is also lacking, but again, it's still reviewed favorably because it does everything else well.
The price? Yep, it's too steep for some people and everyone has mentioned it, but nonetheless, everyone except for the guy who broke his limb are happy with their purchase.
As for the complaints about the polystone, we saw on camera the head falling down hitting a hard table without any problem. I personally own polystone crap and never had had trouble with it.
Like with the paint issue and articulation (which is expected with large figures), you're making a mountain out of a mole hill about the polystone.
You guys are just poorfags making excuses on seeing a great looking figure and needing to come up with anything to hate on the figure, hence everyone who has reviewed it likes it. Even that reviewer who broke the hand still liked the figure, but just wanted it cheaper. I'm not disinclined to disagree, but here's one of the best Darkseid figures ever made and i doubt we'll ever get anything better. It's an easy buy for me after handling the figure myself.