Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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J.H.

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BARON

Subj: Re: JSA DC Direct figures
Posted: Fri Feb 02, 2007 at 02:05:18 am EST
Reply Subj: JSA DC Direct figures
Posted: Sat Jan 20, 2007 at 04:15:11 am EST

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What happened to DC Direct?

didnt their stuff used to be of quality?

The Dr Midnight, Mr Terrific and Hourman didnt look too bad, though they were a bit over muscular.

But the original Aton 2-pack looked horrendous. Theyre two half figures, with about as much sculpting skill as the old "Super Powers" line. they werent even in scale with the rest of the characters.

I know the Atom was supposed to be short, but he wasnt actually a midget.

Personally I was never a fan of the Atom's fin-head costume. but I loved the original. this was a pale attempt at an Al Pratt figure

save your money

-THE BARON

> What happened to DC Direct?
>
> didnt their stuff used to be of quality?
>
> The Dr Midnight, Mr Terrific and Hourman didnt look too bad, though they were a bit over muscular.
>
> But the original Aton 2-pack looked horrendous. Theyre two half figures, with about as much sculpting skill as the old "Super Powers" line. they werent even in scale with the rest of the characters.
>
> I know the Atom was supposed to be short, but he wasnt actually a midget.
>
> Personally I was never a fan of the Atom's fin-head costume. but I loved the original. this was a pale attempt at an Al Pratt figure
>
> save your money

Agreed. I was really diappointed by the Atom two pack. It was really the only figure I wanted in this wave. I didn't buy them.
>
> -THE BARON


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