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Terminator - 6'' T-1
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- 6'' Terminator Figures
- Fully Articulated
- Multiple accessories
- Exact Movie Styling
- Build your own army!
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Judgment Day has come and gone. The human resistance is no match for the machines of Skynet. They are weaker, slower and capable of feeling pain. But the humans have something that the machines lack - instinct and imagination. And they will have to use everything they have to fight back, take back the world and live on.
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The 6'' Figures are fully articulated, come with multiple accessories, and exact movie styling. Each figure represents one of the main characters in the film. Like Marcus Wright, John Conner, or one of the evil Terminator robots! Each terminator figure has metalized parts and light pipe eyes!
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Aside from the "dirt", the paint job is screen-accurate. As another review noted, the dirt detracts somewhat from the overall appearance and it probably would've been better if it was simply a "clean" model.
The criticism that the projectile mechanisms fire the ends of the guns themselves rather than additional projectiles is valid. However, since I'll be displaying mine rather than actually firing them I prefer them the way they are, with no red plastic projectile tips to detract from the accuracy of the model.
I have one minor critique that's not actually against the toy itself. The packaging and promo photo all display the T-1 with the torso mounted backwards on the chassis. I've confirmed from the movies, set photos, and pre-production artwork that that the center tread is at the rear of the machine, not the front. There's a sensor cluster on the front. Just a small detail.
Overall, if you're a fan of either T3 or T:S these are definitely worth having, particularly given the very reasonable price. I'm glad I picked up a pair of them.
He's kind of a clunky guy but even at that this sculpt is a little underdeveloped without the level of detail that could really make him look cool. There is decent work on the treads but most of the rest looks a little too toy like (for collector purposes). Also, you want him to be a big honking robot but even though he is six inch scale he's only about 5 tall, shorter than the 6 inch endoskeletons. Maybe that's to scale but it looks way small.
The paint application is dismal. Looking at it in the package I thought it might be but was interested enough to give it a chance out of the package. No luck. Mostly it is molded in grey plastic but quite a bit of brown was added for a muddy look. But it doesn't look like mud. It just looks like someone smeared brown paint all over an otherwise OK looking toy complete with brush strokes in the paint. Maybe if they'd just stopped at the highlights on the treads.
Articulation is basic - the front tread rotates - it's kind of just clipped to the front which doesn't look that good, the "waist" rotates and the guns swivel a limited amount - their tops are simply open slots that slip over a basic knob and they just pop off. It does roll with wheels at the bottom of the treads - the treads do not actually move.
There are two action features. The first is kind of cool, as you roll it along a mechanism attached to one of the wheels makes it rotate back and forth at the waist. The second is that his guns shoot but... the whole front of the gun shoots off. It doesn't shoot bullets or projectiles, the whole face of the gun where bullets would come out is the projectile like some kind of one use gun that destroys itself. I totally would have given this goofy feature up for mini-guns that simply spin... You know, like they are supposed to.
Overall I was not as happy with T-1 as I'd wanted to be.