Crash Test Dummy could go either way, I imagine) and makes a excellent addition to the other fantasy or medieval Imaginext figures. Ready for a closer look? Then join me after the break...
Height: 2 7/8ths
Articulation: Hinged hips, swivel/hinge shoulders, and an obstructed swivel neck.
Accessories: Cape and sword.
Non-Scalper Price: $3-$4 dollars.
*The Warrior Queen is another sturdy fighter for you Imaginext collection. Everything works just as intended and you can have quite a bit of fun having her battle your other Imaginext figures. She seems like quite a monster hunter to me, so I'll be pitting her against my Imaginext Monster Squad.
* Her armor is extremely detailed with a number of different paint and plastic colors to add variation to the mix. The basic armor is made up of ornate plates and has cool red gems on it. Something about this armor gives me a Masters of the Universe 200x vibe. The breastplate is painted silver and looks like it could definitely take some damage. She's also got a cool tiara or circlet on her forehead. Fashion accessory or enchanted magical item? Who knows? It looks sweet, though.
*I'm loving this sword. It has a very cool fantasy feel to it without being too over the top. It easily looks like it could be found in a Final Fantasy game. It's fairly solid and fits nicely in either of the Warrior Queen's hands.
* I'm not a big fan of this outfit, particularly because of the paintwork. This is a rubbery plastic piece that fits over her head and torso and gives her a cloak, some extra shoulder armor, and her crown. These things look decent, even if they're not painted that uniquely. What really bites, though, is that this piece seems to have an attached wig that is simply red. Usually the additional Imaginext pieces really compliment the figure but this is one of those rare times that I think the figure looks better without the extra armor. The Imaginext "I" logo as a clasp for the cloak is a neat touch, though.
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