The figure has that classic early '90s superhero look, with the muscle-heavy body, an oversized weapon and a ridiculous outfit (the character hasn't looked like this in the comics for a long time now). The figure takes a final step into the completely absurd with the action feature which is called "Power Vibes" - you wind it up and he moves slightly. The motion is supposed to recall the character's seismic/shockwave powers but it actually just looks like wiggling.
|In the box.|
Still, the ridiculous costume is well-painted, and while the lack of neck gives the face a certain oddness, it's not a terrible likeness of the then-current art style (although he's not so fair-skinned in the comics). Strangely, the boots are a softer vinyl than the rest of the body and seem to have degraded over time, so they're now a bit greasy, which is unfortunate.
The figure has 8 points of articulation - shoulders, elbows, hips, knees. The lack of neck articulation is a shame, but not a surprise given the lack of neck in general.
The lone accessory is the gun, which is decently sculpted and fits perfectly in the figure's hand. Most impressively to me (given some toys of this age), he's able to balance easily with the gun in hand.
|Side view: the wind-up knob is very conspicuous here.|
Overall, I'm in love with the complete ridiculousness of this figure - it's not particular good, but I'm entertained, and that's the most important part, right? ;)
|More of the same line.|
What absurd features do they have?
And do I need to hunt them down to find out?