* Dragstor is another pretty standard Funko POP! with a swivel neck, a deep
stance, and a bit of a pose. He looks good being posed looking forward,
to the left, or to the right, so you have a few display options when
placing him on your shelf. We've been seeing this pose quite often on the MOTU figures and I have to admit that it works for them, especially those carrying larger weapons.
* This is a great interpretation of the vintage Dragstor design. He's got a great red and blue outfit with orange and silver highlights and lots of little details. There's a Horde logo on his chest, tubes going from his chest to his helmet, and the wheel in the center of his torso. It's a bit hard to tell it's a wheel if you weren't aware of Dragstor's vintage gimmick but it's definitely there.
* Flip Dragstor around and you can see Dragstor's cool engine styled backpack and lots of other little technical details you'd expect on a ma who has been turned into a vehicle.
* Most of the vintage Horde members came with crossbows and Dragstor didn't get left out. He's got a light grey crossbow with a creature head on it. It's a bit lighter than the vintage toy's crossbow but it still looks good and it's a minor change.
Dragstor is a Great and a 1/2 POP! vinyl and another one that I'd say is one of my favorites of the year. He looks incredible and is a very faithful depiction of the vintage character. Since Dragstor gets acknowledged in toylines and collectibles so rarely it's great to see him present here. Funko did an excellent job! We're really starting to see the vintage MOTU line completed here (hopefully we'll see second versions of some of the earlier figures who were so rare like Ram Man and Scare Glow) and it'd be great top have another line with a complete cast.
They actually messed up the paint on his chin strap. Both the vintage 1986 and the Classics version from 2015 have a red chin. Can’t believe they missed it!ReplyDelete
Huh. Yeah, that is a weird thing to miss. I'll be honest that I didn't notice it until you pointed it out.Delete