Mer-Man also came out recently and these two share a headsculpt. They probably were worked on concurrently. Stinkor is always a fun figure and usually manages to make his way into most MOTU lines. Unlike some versions of the character, this figure doesn't have a patchouli aroma to him. I'm always a bit disappointed when Stinkor loses his stench but I doubt it would work on a figure this small or made from harder plastic like thi guy is. Let's take a look at Stinkor after the break...
Height: 2 inches
Articulation: Hinged knees, balljointed hips, swivel waist, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel/ hinge elbows, swivel wrists, and a balljointed head.
Accessories: Armor, 2-piece shield, pistol, and display stand.
Non-Scalper Price: $5 dollars
* Stinkor always looks fly with his orange and red armor, doesn't he? His colors just jump out and Mega Construx did an excellent job with his armor. Mekaneck is coming soon (with the Battle Ram) so I'm sur we'll see the armor again.
* I've always liked this headsculpt better as Stinkor ratehr than Mer-Man. It's definitely more cat or skunk-like. The paintwork has been very tight and clean on the minifigures in this series, especially considering they're around 2 inches tall. Those yellow eyes are wonderfully evil!
* To help display these, each figure includes a stand. The stands are different than the ones included with the older figures and are now just one solid piece rather than being made of three pieces. They're nice stands, though, and keep the figure standing even in extreme poses.
If you're a fan of Stinkor, the Evil Master of Odors, check out my review of the green Stinkor M.U.S.C.L.E. minifigure from the Series 2 pack, the ReAction Stinkor, the Action Vinyls Stinkor, the POP! + Pez Stinkor, the Eternia Minis Stinkor, and the Funko POP! Stinkor #657.