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* Just to reverse things (since, you know, this is Anti-Eternia Ram Man) we've got Anti-Eternia Ram Man on the right and the series one standard Ram Man on the left. They're the same figure except the Anti-Eternia Ram Man is painted in black and red. Differences!
* There's still a lot of detail on this figure and it's not too hard to make out even with the mostly black paint job. The red highlights are nice and bright and they really stand out against the solid black.
* Anti-Eternia Ram Man's face is really creepy, particularly his eyes. The red eyes on this guy are just really unsettling. It's quite nice!
* These are nice little minifigures with decent articulation, especially the ball jointed heads. Ram Man's head is a bit restricted due to the shame of his helmet and his big shoulder pads but you'll still get some decent movement. They're very durable little figures and would probably fit in well with lines like Imaginext and the Hasbro Heroes figures, so if you have a little one who's into MOTU these could be some decent starter toys. They're fun to play with and have a lot of shelf presence despite being so small.
* Ram Man comes with the same axe that the standard figure comes with except now it's in bright red. It looks pretty cool.
How's Anti-Eternia Ram Man? Not bad. He's actually a really cool minfigures that manages to be kind of creepy and a whole lot of fun. Ram Man is one of my favorites but he's definitely a character who doesn't get too many variations. This version of Ram Man definitely stands out and I'm sure he makes for a formidable foe. I'm still quite perturbed that Mattel opted to do away with the cool packaging from series 1 or 2 as those plastic "playsets" added a lot of value to the set. Still, these are cool minfigures and I'd love to see more new sculpts in the future.
If you're a Ram Man fan I've also reviewed the 200x Ram Man, the Origins Ram Man, the M.U.S.C.L.E. green Ram Man and traditional pink Ram Man, the ReAction standard Ram Man and Ram Man (Mini Comic), the Loyal Subjects Ram Man, the Eternia minis Ram Man, the Hot Wheels Ram Man emblazoned '41 Willys Coupe 2002 #91, and the MOTUC Ram Man.