[VTS-VM013] Virtual Toys New Epoch / Heavy Armored Cop 1:6 Boxed Female Action Figure

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$142.99
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VTS-VM013
Weight:
3.50 LBS

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Product Overview

Virtual Toys New Epoch Cop 1:6 Action Figure Boxed Set

[VTS-VM013]

Products include:

  • REAL LIKE HEADSCULPTURE
  • ACTION BODY
  • TWO(2) PAIR OF HANDS
  • ONE(1) PAIR OF TACTICAL GLOVES X3
  • HELMET
  • BLACK LEATHER JACKET
  • BLACK LEATHER PANTS
  • BELT
  • COMBAT BOOTS
  • TACTICAL BODY ARMOR
  • ONE(1) PAIR OF KNEEPAD
  • ONE(1) PAIR OF ELBOWPAD
  • MP5
  • MP5 MAG
  • PISTOL
  • PISTOL MAG X2+1
  • GRENADE
  • FLASHBANG
  • FLASHBANG  POUCH
  • DROP LEG PISTOL HOLSTER
  • PISTOL MAG POUCH x 2
  • MEDICAL AID BAG
  • TRI-FOLD RESTRAINTS PLASTICUFFS
  • BLACK GP POUCH
  • “O” HANGING BUCKLE
  • BLACK FIGURE STAND

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  • 4
    Better Than The Art Figures Anderson

    Posted by KusanagiLover on 15th Mar 2017

    I had received my VT New Epoch Cop (Judge Anderson) a few days ago, seemingly later than some. I had seen a the one video review on youtube just a couple days before that. While I don't have as many issues as that reviewer had with the VT toys version of Anderson, there are still a couple of issues with it.

    First of all, the headsculpt is not quite what was pictured in the publicity preview pics. Its the same headsculpt, but not the same quality paint deco, and while I understand that there are always going to be differences, it's actually a major difference between the preview and the final product. The hair is different and she has no bangs. The eyes are bland with barely any liner and there's lack of shading in the flesh around the eyes. These two things make a huge difference. Even the eyebrows aren't as thick, and that makes a huge difference. While I won't risk touching up the paint, I had to trim the length of the hair of mine to get it to be a little closer to the preview pics.

    Secondly, the wrist pegs are very cheap, as they don't fit very snugly, thus causing the hands to pop off at a flick of the wrist. I wound up sifting through the various pairs of wrist pegs that I had, and none of the hot toys, and none of the Very Cool hand pegs, could make this humpty feel right Mr. Greggs. In the end, I had to go with an unknown brand that had a very large joint bulb that was barely concealable with pegs that were too large and I had to dremel the peg down a bit to get it to fit into the wrist hole. But after all that toil, I finally have firm wrists for my Anderson.

    I have to say that it was TOO MUCH work to get this thing up to par with what I expected, but I do feel that it was worth ot, because having made the comparison with the Art Figures Anderson, this VT version is hands down better. The legs pose so much better, the character can stand all by itself without the need for the stand that comes with it, and the outfit is alot closer to the film accuracy needed to look good standing next to the Art Figures Dredd, which is why we all wanted this Anderson to begin with.

    Definately worth all the trouble to fix it up.