Mattel DC Wonder Woman Bow-Wielding Doll, 12"
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- The most powerful Amazon warrior in the world returns to protect mankind!
- This stunning deluxe fashion figure celebrates the hero and her new movie in an epic way
- Princess Diana wears her beach training outfit and wields an authentic working bow and arrow
- Simply press the button on her back to launch the arrow
- Prepare for battle and defeat the world’s enemies
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The most powerful Amazon warrior in the world returns to protect mankind! This stunning deluxe fashion figure celebrates the hero and her new movie in an epic way. Princess Diana wears her beach training outfit and wields an authentic working bow and arrow. Simply press the button on her back to launch the arrow. Prepare for battle and defeat the world’s enemies. You can also choose Wonder Woman in her heroic outfit with shied. Each sold separately, subject to availability.
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On to the review. I bought two of the DC Comics Wonder Woman Fashion dolls: the Bow-Wielding and Shield Block models. I would give them both 4.5 stars if possible, but am rounding up to 5 because they're still very cool. Honestly, they're kind of a mash-up between a fashion doll and an action figure. I don't have any Barbies to compare to, but I'd guess they're about the same height, have the same soft fashion-doll face and style soft hair, but their bodies are hard plastic, partially jointed, and the only part of the clothing that looks removable are the boots. In addition, her proportions are more muscular than Barbie and more in keeping with Gadot's WW. On the action side, the knees, thighs, shoulders and elbows are jointed (with kind of obvious pins) and the head swivels from side to side. (The Bow-Wielding WW's left arm is permanently straight.) She comes complete with weapons which fit in her hands/snap onto her vambrace, but while they don't snap in as firmly as I like, it's probably easier for smaller fingers.
The action motion on these is what really sets them apart. I always coveted my brother's action figures with the lever on the back that allowed them to punch or shoot projectiles. They were always gimmicky and never really looked super realistic, but as a kid, I always thought it was super-cool. And these dolls have pretty cool movement. Shield Block WW has a lever that raises her shield up to her face but also has a connecting mechanism to her left leg. So if you bend her right leg behind her (out of the way) and press down on her left leg, she automatically ducks her head and raises her shield as she lunges. (In reality, she usually hits herself in the face with the shield, but these things are never perfect and I'm just thrilled she's actually performing a semi-realistic action move.) The Bow-Wielding WW is equally cool in that it really shoots arrows (it comes with three) and has a pretty great mechanism that allows two fingers to hook through the arrow, a protrusion on the arrow to catch on the elastic bowstring, and a movement (achieved by pushing a button on the back) that pulls her arm, arrow and bowstring back before flinging her arm to the side and loosing the arrow. Way cooler than just a pressure spring, and well designed in ease of arrow insertion. Sticking her fingers in can be a little tricky, but she can also just be left posed with her arrow strung until you're ready to fire.
My main quibble is the lack of better and more thorough joints and movement. There's no hinge in the waist and while the bottom part of both skirts are soft plastic, neither of them allow much thigh movement. The DC Superhero girls have truly excellent jointing that allow them to be posed in myriad ways - far more than the very limited positioning available on these models. I also would have liked a sword belt and arrow storage, or at least for the Bow-Wielding WW to have a fake leather wrap around bit that actually stayed put or made any sense at all. As it is, I left the clear elastic bands holding that bit together and provide spare arrow storage to boot. On the Shield Block WW, I left clear bands connecting the sword and shield to the hands, so I'm less likely to lose them. The first younger kid to come over will doubtless lose pieces, but my 14 year old left them in place while she tried them out.
So 4.5 stars, rounding to 5. These are still very fun action/fashion dolls that I know my nieces and nephews will love. And my daughter pointed out a bonus feature for people who buy both: the bow wielder can shoot at the shield blocker from across the room. How much fun is that?
Overall, bought her for decoration, but she also is an enjoyable toy for my 10 year old sister. It's easy to lose the pieces for the arrow, but does come with extra arrows. Highly recommend this item.