- Name: Scarecrow
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- Toy Design: Reis O'Brien
- SRP:$ 11.99
Review by JoshB
I'm going to start by saying that 1. I am not a big DC comics fan and 2. I was never a He-Man fan. So logically, the combination of the two is something that I should not like. But Funko has pulled off an interesting re-imagining of the DC universe with their Primal Age line, and it's done so well that you can't help but like it, even just a little. Sure, some characters are more successful than others, but when you get them all together, and throw in a playset and battle animals, the whole thing is an 80s kid's dream come true.
Each Primal Age figure comes on a blister card that is not unique to the figure, and is not resealable, so better off just opening them!
Scarecrow is kind of a fun figure, and only the second in the line to have a cape. He's sufficiently well done with a good "scary" motif. The wrapped twigs seem to have a skeleton pattern, which I can appreciate.
Scarecrow comes with a sickle weapon and a wooden shield that clips onto the arm.
It's one of the nicer done figures in the line, but I really don't care about the character. I guess that's the fun of Primal Age, is that they can be whomever you want them to be in this new world!
Thanks again to Funko for the review sample.
|Posted 15 November, 2018 - 14:26 by JoshB|