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Walt Disney Toy Story: SCI-FI Revoltech No. 010 Woody Action Figure

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  • body size: Height: about 150mm
  • Unisex
  • Age: 15 years
  • The main production country: China
  • (C) Disney / Pixar
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Product Description

Revoltech Sci-Fi: Series No.010 Toy Story Woddy Action Figure.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 2.6 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Japan
  • ASIN: B003O85582
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117,575 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
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51 of 64 people found the following review helpful By S. Linton on July 5, 2011
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It took me forever to figure out which doll was from the meme. This is totally it. Got it for the boyfriends bday and he frickin loved it. Would NOT recommend for children any more than I would that pedo bear plushie you bought him last weekend, though they're slightly less likely to choke on this toy.* But at least all the small parts and pieces will provide ample punishment for your poor parenting decisions when you step on them in the middle of the night. On a pain scale of 1 to legos I'd rate the pieces of Woody as a Barbie shoe/purse/other really unnecessary accessory that your child lost after less than a week, because she knows how much your foot likes finding her toys at 1 AM.

If you, like a irresponsible adult, are buying this for another irresponsible adult, the best way to find the "optional" accessories for him is googling "bachelorette party cocktail picks"(NSFW unless your boss is waaaaay cooler than mine). Amazon also carries them FYI, and once you snap off the bottom pointy parts they are the exact right size for terrorizing your other revoltech dolls.

On a sidenote, there is a random Buzz hand included in the set. If it's not to help Woody frame Buzz I'm not entirely sure what purpose it served, but would love to get a comment from whoever figures it out.

*Not intended to be a factual statement. Child is way more likely to choke on this toy than a stuffed animal.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By romevi VINE VOICE on March 18, 2013
Yes, you found him. This is the "creepy" Woody. Or perverted, hentai, rape-face, lewd, etc. Woody. He's garnered much popularity since prototype images emerged of his second face, and it's crazy to think that this figure is "old" considering he came out for the Toy Story 3 film. Not only did the face elicit his fame, but also the pics of The One Cam, who took full advantage of his face and part-swapping (i.e., switching his head to other bodies). If you haven't heard of him, I'd strongly suggest you Google TheOneCam to see how far you can take this figure.

Anyway, I had ordered him when he first came out, and, being my second Revoltech at the time, I admit I wasn't wholly impressed. I was sort of new to the figure world, and Revoltech hadn't impressed me much like other lines, namely figma and Bandai's SH Figuarts, Robot Damashii, Chogokin, etc. (Bandai's pretty much the master at action figures; note: Bandai of Japan, not America).

But after a while I got used to Revoltech's gimmicky joints, though they're still not my favorite. If you can figure them out, though, you can get the joints to work how you want them to, and know what limits they pose (literally). Also, for most Japanese figures, you need a stand to get the full effect. Woody doesn't come with a stand for some reason, even though he comes with a nameplate for display.

His accessories are four (five?) hands--not sets--that come in just the right static positions you'd need for any Woody encounter, a small blue wrench (which I'll get to in a bit), a Revoltech box to hold accessories, Woody's hat, Lenny, and a couple more hands for Woody and Buzz to hold Lenny. I didn't bother getting Buzz because his faces look abysmal.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Armando N. Roman VINE VOICE on April 15, 2012
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You know, I'm not a big fan of the Toy Story movies, and I don't care for Woody that much, but the second I saw this figure last year, with that alternate face, it shot up to the top of my 'Most Wanted' list. Revoltech figures sell out after a couple of months most of the time, but it seems like Woody was gone immediately, and for obvious reasons. Did anyone who saw that alternate face NOT get a bunch of dirty ideas for pictures? A few shops managed to get in what seemed to be a second wave of shipments mid-last year, and once more, they were gone in a flash. After that, if you wanted to get your own Woody (pun...semi-not intended), it was going to cost a pretty penny. Upwards of a Mr. Benjamin for a little 6-7" figure? Seriously?! Well, I didn't think I'd be saying this, but after I managed to finally get one for myself, I have to say that it's worth the money, but I'm still glad I only paid about half of what he's currently going for.

If you've never owned a Revoltech figure before, you're in for a treat. Revoltech toys are known for their amazing articulation, allowing you to put the figure into tons of different poses. I've owned Gamera and Giant Robo in the past, and was floored by how great the articulation on Gamera, a stubby and bulky monster turtle, was in this scale. Woody here easily surpasses those figures in the articulation category because of his body type. The following areas can be moved: Head, neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hands, torso, waist, upper legs, knees, shins and feet. All of the joints bend easily and provide endless display options. Of course, the key selling point for this particular toy is the swappable faces with movable eyes.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By PenguinKaty on November 21, 2011
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The infamous RapeFace Woody, as the first reviewer stated, can be all yours finally!

I went on a mission to find the figurine from the famous internet memes and had to look no further than this. This little guy is hilarious and full of personality and is a welcome addition to the bookshelf. He isn't perfect, but he's pretty darn good.

-He is carefully sculpted and has lots of little details. The artist who worked on this obviously put lots of care and thought into this work and it definitely shows, from his tiny bandanna to Andy's name scrawled on the bottom of the boot.
-His jointing system is adequate for some play. He is definitely not a child's toy, and his jointing system proves it. He is fully articulated with a ratcheting joint system that makes for easy posing, but you can tell by playing with him that one wrong turn or pull and he could definitely break one of the delicate joints. This really should be a non-issue because he is not a toy, he's a collector's piece.
-Several fun option pieces. He comes with several hands, a microphone, and a little binocular guy whose name I forget for lots of posing potential.
-Easy to swap faceplates with movable eyes. You can switch between the regular smile face and the eerie grin face with ease, and the eyes are fairly simple to move around thanks to the little plastic eye moving tool that is included.
-Very movie accurate appearance. Pretty self explanatory.
-Includes a nice plastic box which holds the optional parts so you don't lose them as easily.
-Lovely decorative box. The packaging is extremely nice. I can't read any of it, of course.

-He can't really stand on his own.
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