One of the edits they did was to address inner thighs for horses (future plan) These use similar torso articulation to MGR which I think works better with horses, bikes, etc.I don't see the ability to ride a horse, given the hip articulation. At least it wouldn't be anything natural, imo. Figs look good though... like the theme. Always wanted to do a custom "man with no name", poncho and all. Of course we won't see this stuff for what... another year or two?
Paul, one of the main people behind this line is a huge Tombstone fan so I know there will be a figure that can be made into Doc Holiday by the end consumer. The original purchased prototypes that were in the case but were not photographed has a Doc Holiday like figure.I'm thinking the Gunslinger is Johnny Ringo, with the Trail Boss being Curly Bob. Where's Doc Holliday, is the big question.
For wanted custom heads, I nominate Gene Wilder and Cleavon Little!
Be that as it may, the further away from him being relied on to advance the project in a major way, or dealing with customers, the better.Him and Paul bought the original defunct prototypes seven years ago and is acting as the head creative director on the project.
There wouldn't be a "Legends" line without him.
Naw, 'because then they'd have to make an ex-Confederate Bushwhacker to kick their Federal asses. :trollface:Any chance of doing cavalry troops in a future wave btw?
Those aren't being used. Those were displayed to show the progression to the new figs.Why is there gawd awful T-crotch along with balljoint?