Packaging - N/A
No points yet one way or the other - since this was a pack-in, she just
comes in a little plastic bag.
The face is painted on these figures, more like Legos than other
figures. But the body and hair are sculpted, and they did a nice
The style and
design are cute, reminiscent of a simpler time in action figure history.
The paint ops are pretty crucial if you haven't got a sculpted face.
Fortunately, they do a nice job with the detail work.
There is pretty nice articulation in this figure, considering the
scale. She has neck, shoulders, waist and hips. Sure, they
could have found a way to do elbows or maybe cut joints at the wrists, but
what's here is better than most other figures on the market in the small
This probably isn't a fair category for this figure, since she was a
pack-in promo. But she has no accessories. Future two packs
are supposed to come with some printed backgrounds and a plastic stand.
Another category that's a little tough to call right now, but I'm doing it
anyway. Ten bucks is pretty steep for two of these, but we'll have
to wait and see what the stands are like and if we get any additional
While I'm only giving this particular figure three stars, I am very
optimistic about this line. The pictures didn't do them justice, and
there is a great simplicity to them that reminds me of the late
70's. I think this design will work best with the Silver Age
characters, but the others should be cute as well. This is the first
line DC Direct has put out that I just might pick up every one.