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Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Minifigure Review: Michael Myers by Kopf (?)
Height: 1 1/2 inches
Articulation: Hinged hips, swivel shoulders, swivel wrists, and a swivel neck.
Accessories: Removable hair and knife
* Overall Michael Myers is a pretty plain looking minifigure, but that's kind of his deal, right? While he's large and intimidating he also is pretty nondescript: Just an expressionless white mask and some coveralls. Michael's coveralls are blue here, although in reality they were actually "spruce green." Like Han Solo's parka, this is one of those areas where the movie's lighting changed the color of the outfit. On screen 95% of the time they look blue, so here they are!
* Michael Myers is built like a standard Lego minifigure so he has all of the basic joints you would expect. It's a fun, consistent design and means he'll fit in well with your other Lego minifigures. He doesn't feel at all cheap or unlike a Lego, so that's a plus. All of his parts are removable, just like a standard Lego. Kind of weird that he has white hands but eh, whatever.
* Michael's mask looks excellent. It's nicely stylized but still has that creepy, haunting, shapeless look to it. I love the all black eyes and the lines that give the face some subtle definition.
* Michael includes a knife. This is a pretty standard Lego minifigure accessory and it works great with the character. He holds it well and it makes him all the more menacing.
*I like the piece used for Michael Myers' hair here but it looks a little too orange. It needs to be a bit more tan.
If you know anything more about the maker of this minifigure, please comment below and let me know!
I've reviewed a couple of other Michael Myers toys: The McFarlane Movie Maniacs Michael Myers, the POP! Movies Michael Myers, and the ReAction Horror Series Michael Myers.