Posted by Stanislav Guletsky on 9th Mar 2019
Usually when it comes to the less mainstream companies and smaller toy companies that produce unlicensed figures the quality is often a bit less than more popular brands like HotToys or Art Figures. Though in this case it was a very pleasant surprise when the distribution copy of the figure not only didn't fall short of the prototype images but was absolutely amazing in hand. The quality of the outfit is very nice and the body is nice and sturdy. The likeness of the head sculpts to the actor and the way he appeared as the character in the film is very accurate down to the smallest detail. Even the veins on his face are accentuated and visible just like they were in the movie and the quality of the paint is top notch. The interchangeable hands are beautifully sculpted and very detailed and realistic unlike on some other figures where there is less attention given to those parts of the character. Got to give credit to the manufacturers for the packaging as well. While on the outside in comes in a plain cardboard box without any design or image printed on the surface, inside there is another box that is designed and painted like a coffin in the movie in which the Vampire would rest. This box can also be used as a prop even though it is a bit to big for a real coffin in proportion to the figure's size. As for the extra hands and second head sculpt they are nicely packed in a small rectangular case which has a fancy feel and appearance and transmits that sense of good quality. Everything is solidly placed in foam material which has precisely carved pockets for the smaller cases containing the figure and its accessories while in those smaller cases the figure and its parts are also encased in protective foam that contains precise chambers to house all the figure and all its articles. All in all a beautiful Movie Masterpiece that wonderfully represents and gives good justice to the character and the actor who played him.