This post was suggested by the lovely Ms Treesa of Fashion Doll Memoirs. Thank you! I'm so sorry I didn't have time to thoroughly test all the bits and pieces, but this should give you an idea. I hope that I'll have the opportunity to show him off better in the future!
What first struck me about this figure is how fun he is to pose! (once I got over being afraid to touch him) He looks so awesome both in pictures and standing on my shelf! I was worried when I bought him that his face would not be as nice as the prototype, but he is actually a pretty good likeness to the actor in my opinion. Though I wouldn't mind if he had a bit more of a smirk, at the right angle and lighting, it works for me.
|Need a hand?|
|A tiny scarf and Awesome Mix|
|Helmet heads (one is activating/deactivating. The other lights up when the batteries are in)|
|Maroon top and jet pack|
|Not the headphones!|
|"That's ok, I've still got the moves!"|
|These are 1/6th scale HOW. JUST HOW.|
|In comparison, this is my full-scale spat replica that I handmade from leather.|
|Back detail on the shorter jacket|
|Detail on the graphic t and pendants|
The Hot Toys guns are so perfectly detailed that I hardly believe these are the tiny ones, and I took the photo. They even have miniature "wear" from use in space. I am extremely jealous of tiny Star Lord because my 1:1 props are not nearly this nice.
|This picture makes my eyes cross a little.|
|Peter: "Come on, there's no way that's going to stay on your holster!"|