Feb 9, 2018

It came from the Toy Chest: Dead Man Walking

The streak is dead... Killed by a part-time wrestler... But the Legendary Undertaker still lives in our hearts.

I don't think I need to explain The Undertaker. I'm having a bit of a hard time in pinpointing from which era this figure is based. The lack of Sara on his neck may be a sign of him being more modern, or something that Figuarts omitted on purpose due to the interchangeable head gimmick. It's not the dreaded underbiker era...

Taker has a lot in common with Kane in size. His Articulation is similar to that of the Big Red Monster. Stands are required for some of his signature moves thar require holding other figures.

Paint and Sculpt:
Looks like Taker, but like most Wrestling figures, the tattoos aren't all always there.
Other than that, this figure is great!

-3 extra heads
-3 extra hands.
I almost wish he had come with extra arms and the coat just to have some extra oomph!

Taker gets a 4.5 as his final score. I blame the lack of accessories as the reason why his score is a bit low. Then again, a 4.5 is a great score. It could've been a better one, but it is what it is.

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