Blacknight wrote:I'm not interested in Toy Story so this line does nothing for me - even the army men helmets and gear are questionable since that looks like some weird shade of green they're using (it makes perfect sense for plastic toy soldiers, just not necessarily anything else).
cfl_sw wrote:These figures don't really look like lego. I thought woody would have a johnny thunder hat and new face print. The figures face shapes are strange. I hope lego doesn't do this to all of their themes.
Jabba the Taff wrote:SkwerlJones wrote:I agree. The heads don't really fit in with the other, more simplistic minifigure heads in our collections. And the Prospector one just downright creeps me out.
The Prospector should be creepy!
Draykov wrote:I think you're being a little short-sighted here...do you think they'd mold a minifig helmet, produce it in bright green for this line and never use it again? It might not be instant gratification, but it's promising.
Blacknight wrote:As long as they continue to hold their "no war toys" policy, then the helmets are unlikely to be reused again. I will concede that the policy seems to be getting weaker every year, starting with the dino attack line.
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