Packaging - ***
A nice job on Toyfare's part. In the early days of these type of
exclusives, the magazine would send them in a baggy, or if there was
packaging they'd pretty much mangle it. They have been improving
though, and this package is nicely designed, with it's own special text on
the back discussing that 'radioactive charm' that is Springfield's.
Articulation - **1/2
Hey, it's the exact same Homer you already have with the Nuclear Power
Plant set, only he's glow-in-the-dark. So you have those same four
points of articulation, that is somewhat lacking.
Sculpts - ***
This is the same sculpt as well, and is a decent look for Homer. At
least when they did this second Homer figure we got a new sculpt - I'm
sure we won't be that lucky with the Sunday Best version.
Accessories - **1/2
I'm counting the hood. So maybe it's not officially an accessory,
but it's not bad. Also included are the tongs and plate of donuts
that came with the earlier figure. The tongs look fine done in the
glow-in-the-dark gimmick, but I'd have preferred if the donuts had been
left as they originally were painted.
Value - **1/2
It's a Wizard Exclusive - therefore, it cost too much. Considering
that there is nothing new here, other than the gimmick, costing twice what
a regular figure cost seems a bit much. But if you're a completist,
they've got your number.