Product Review Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

Collect. Kitbash. Customize. Community. Showcasing the Best of Sixth Scale Modeling.

Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast
Results 1 to 30 of 55

Thread: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Posts
    2,244

    Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    "Know also, O Prince, that in those selfsame days that Conan the Cimmerian did stalk the Hyborian kingdoms, one of the few swords worthy to cross with his was that of Red Sonja, warrior woman out of majestic Hyrkania. Forced to flee her homeland because she spurned the advances of a king and slew him instead, she rode west across the Turanian Steppes and into the shadowed mists of legendry."

    I have the Phicen/Executive Replicas Red Sonja. As always, click any image to get a larger version, or visit the full Flickr album for everything.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    I've been thinking about how to do a Red Sonja figure in 1/6 scale ever since seeing Blaze in the Takara/BBi Cy Girl line, so I'm way excited to finally have her as a boxed figure.

    The packaging is the usual paperboard sleeve over a solid cardboard box. Sonja comes with a fair amount of stuff, so she's in the wider box with lots of the pre-release photos on it. I'm not a fan of how her logo looks on the packaging, but it's a minor thing.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Back of the box, which details Sonja's fictional history and includes the product photo (taken from a Frank Cho cover to "Red Sonja: Queen of the Frozen Wastes") that can also serve as a guide to how to assemble the figure.

    They misspelled "Kulan Gath," too.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    This is the top layer of the box, containing Sonja's head, body, and hands, as well as her sword, dagger, and battle axe.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Lifting out the upper foam tray reveals the rest of her stuff: her shoulder armor, knee pads, gold armlets, pouch, leg armor, shield, and fur-lined cloak.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Sonja showing off her stuff. She comes wearing two flat hands and has a full four pairs of extras: three gripping hands (one angled, one straight, and one tight) and then two with bent fingers. The hands are made of relatively soft plastic which feels different from the stuff they use for their normal hands. Best of all, they pop on and off the wrist pegs easily and stay in place once they're on. The gloves mean you don't get any bend in her wrists, though.

    One thing I noticed is that they are not very easy to rotate when they're on the figure. My advice if you're tweaking the figure is to pop the hand off, rotate the hand until it's in the position you want, and then pop it back on the wrist peg.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    I thought Sonja looked too nice when I saw her at New York Comic Con, and unfortunately I think she still does in the final product. It's an extremely good, very attractive head sculpt. It just doesn't look like Red Sonja to me. I expect I'm going to swap her head out for a different one.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Sonja's infamous chainmail bikini is made out of a stiff but still flexible plastic, and is probably the other thing I'm not crazy about in her outfit. The bottoms are fine, but the top just doesn't seem to sit right.

    Phicen also opted to mirror Frank Cho's cover in giving her that one braid on the left side of her head. It looks pretty good, but Sonja wasn't usually drawn with one in the comics.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Rear-view of her "outfit." It looks like getting her outfit off will involve tweezers at a minimum, and probably a pair of pliers, However, Phicen did put a little bit of tissue to keep her chains from damaging the body in transit, which is a nice touch.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Her boots are made of a really nice felt material that looks like an animal skin. The attempt to make the little "loops" at the top of her boots weren't quite as successful.

    It's not very visible from the outside, but Sonja's boots have a very subtle high heel in them, which makes Sonja look taller than a regular Phicen figure. I don't think they're quite as tall as the Armored Shi boots, but they do give Sonja a significant boost.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    The gold armbands are made of a soft plastic and slide up her arms easily. On the other hand, the shoulder armor is made of a very hard plastic, and while it's easy to get on after you remove Sonja's head, it has a nasty habit of getting out of position whenever Sonja raises her arms. I think the decision to make the whole thing out of hard plastic is its undoing -- the center bits should probably be leather or some other softer material so they can bend with her.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Sonja has two metal belts on her legs, one of which has a tiny hole where you can fit her dagger scabbard. Look close -- it's very hard to see. The scabbard fits in it nice and tight, but has a nasty tendency to fall off her leg armor once you put it on. After the third or fourth time the dagger fell off her leg, I gave up and left it off.

    The armor is held on by tiny little hooks and faux-leather belts, which keep them in position solidly.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    All Sonja's weapons are made of plastic -- no metal here. The scabbard isn't bad, but the belts on it are molded plastic and don't look very realistic.

    The scabbard has a tiny chain on it, which passes through a functioning belt that's provided in the box.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Sonja's sword is a pretty nice piece -- solid looking with some nice detailing on it. I'd have preferred a true wrapped hilt, but I can live with the one she gets.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Her dagger is short and unadorned. One pair of her gripping hands are very small, and seem made for the dagger handle, since the hilt is way too small to stay in either of the other gripping hands.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Her shield looks pretty good from afar, but up close it starts looking less like stressed metal and more like painted plastic.

    The other problem with the shield is the orientation of the handles. One of Sonja's gripping hands can fit into the shield well enough, but the handles mean she's either holding it way too high or holding it sideways (which would defeat the purpose of the shield). I think it's more for show than for actual use, which is a shame.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    I'm glad Sonja also comes with a battle axe, but this one is undone a bit by the molded plastic shaft. It just makes the axe look a bit too fake to my eyes, as does the molded cord on the axe head.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    The stainless steel muscle body is in suntan, and works as well as always.


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr


    Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    So overall, I like but don't love the Phicen/ER Red Sonja. I'm planning to swap her head and then do something about her bikini, and may also try something with that shoulder armor to make her the Sonja I want. But it's a really solid figure that comes with a lot of decent stuff in the box. Definitely a keeper.

  2. Remove Advertisements

    Advertisements
     

  3. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Posts
    2,244

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews


    Sparta Warrior by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Phicen surprised everybody by announcing the Sparta Warrior, which is a female version of the Spartans from "300" (the comic book and the movie). The box is the slimmer "shoebox" type, but it's very very deep to accommodate the surprising amount of stuff in the box.


    Sparta Warrior by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Rear of the box, which has some of the really terrific product photos and a parts list.


    Sparta Warrior by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    The Sparta Warrior actually comes in 3 layers. The top layer has her head, body, hands, spear, sword, and arm and leg armor.


    Sparta Warrior by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    The second layer down has her helmet (encased in a protective plastic case to make sure the horsehair plume doesn't get messed up in transit -- a nice touch), her shield, and her cloak. Under that is the figure stand.


    Sparta Warrior by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Here's the Spartan Warrior with all she comes with in the box. I'm not sure why, but it sure seems like she's even more muscular than the other -E series muscular bodies.


    Sparta Warrior by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    The helmet is a snug fit, but sits nicely on her head.

    Her arm and leg armor are made of a pretty soft plastic. While her wrist guards wrap around her whole arm, the leg armor is held on only by friction. They have a tendency to pop off if you work with the figure to pose it.

    Her chest armor and battle thong are solidly in place, though. They never moved or caused a wardrobe malfunction.


    Sparta Warrior by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Closer look at her armored bikini and war thong. Sure, it's ridiculous, but no less so than the half-naked Spartans in "300," which was this figure's clear inspiration. And at least her chest armor doesn't seem likely to spear her as much as, say, the chest armor of the Valkyrie figure.

    The shield is kind of a pain to get on -- I recommend getting one gripping hand around the shield handle, slipping the wrist armor on, sliding the wrist through the shield strap, and then connecting the hand back to her arm. This is actually more of a pain than it sounds like (the wrist peg can flop around and it's hard to get leverage on it because the shield gets in the way). I'm not planning to ever take it off her arm now that I have it on.


    Sparta Warrior by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Close-up look at her leg armor (which looks more plastic-y close-up) and her sandaled feet. While I'm a little disappointed that she doesn't have real sandals, I think the ones we got are good enough.


    Sparta Warrior by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    The cloak is held on her left side by a little hook, which came undone a little too easily. You can see she's about to lose it in this photo (which is otherwise not bad).


    Sparta Warrior by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr


    Sparta Warrior by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Her sword is made of plastic, but looks pretty good nevertheless.


    Sparta Warrior by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    I was excited when they announced the Sparta Warrior, and now that I have her in my hands, I think she's one of the best figures Phicen has ever produced. Other than the clasp of her cape, she is a winner from top to bottom. Sure, it'd be nicer if some of her parts were metal or if her leg armor looked a bit nicer close-up, but overall, she's a tremendous figure and one of my favorites.

  4. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Posts
    2,244

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews


    Sparta Warrior and Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    There was some speculation that Red Sonja and the Sparta Warrior had the same headsculpt with different hair. If the Sparta Warrior is different, it might only be subtle changes in the paint job. Even so, for some reason I find I like the Spartan's sculpt a bit more than Sonja's. It might be a little soft, but I guess not having any expectations for the Spartan makes it easier to accept her as she is.


    Sparta Warrior and Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Spartan and Hyrkanian. You can see how the heels in Sonja's boots make her taller than an average Phicen.

    Also, your eyes are not deceiving you. I re-calibrated the white balance on my camera before this shoot, and the Spartan is ever so slightly darker in skin tone than Red Sonja is. Sonja still matches suntan headsculpts (based on how Sheena still matches), so I'd say this is just a subtle difference in skin tones between batches. Neither body is "tan," though.


    Sparta Warrior and Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Full body comparison between the Sparta Warrior and Red Sonja. They are really the same body, but Sonja's outfit makes it harder to see the muscle definition. The Spartan's outfit ensures you see absolutely everything, which I think makes her look bulkier.

  5. Remove Advertisements

    Advertisements
     

  6. #4
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Posts
    2,244

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews


    Sheena as Red Sonja by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    My plan was to swap face plates between Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, and Red Sonja. Sheena just looks a bit more serious and like she means business. She also looks like she's wearing less makeup.


    Sheena/Sonja Swap by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    What I assumed would be a 10-minute job ended up taking half a day because Phicen seems to have upgraded the glues they use to hold the two pieces of the head together. I have split heads in half before with just a bit of gentle pressure and patience, but this time I needed the use of the sharp little probe to get the faceplates loose.

    The plastics for the head and neck peg are also much softer than the plastics used for the face plate, and the neck peg is glued into the hairpiece and the face plate as well. Sonja split apart relatively cleanly, but I really mangled Sheena getting her hairpiece off. Several times, I was genuinely concerned I'd end up destroying the Sheena hairpiece. You can see the ragged edge I left.


    Sheena/Sonja Swap by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Taking a look at the back of each faceplate. Sonja's faceplate on the left shows little residue in the grooves where the hairpiece mates with the faceplate. Sheena, on the other hand, left behind all kinds of gunk in that little groove.


    Sheena/Sonja Swap by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    This is just a test fitting of Sheena's faceplate on Sonja's head. I think I jostled the tripod a bit during the photo, but there will be better photos soon enough.


    Sheena/Sonja Swap by Ed's Toy Box, on Flickr

    Little bit of white glue and some headsculpt plastic wrappings to keep the halves together while the glue sets.

    Stay tuned.

  7. #5
    Join Date
    Sep 2015
    Posts
    38

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Awesome, review! Love the mod.

  8. #6
    Join Date
    Mar 2003
    Location
    Iceland!
    Posts
    3,778

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Sheena head looks better. Great choice.

  9. #7
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    Location
    Somewhere between sturgis & warehouse 13 SD
    Posts
    2,248

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Great review!!! Great idea on the mod.

    my two ladies should be arriving in about 12 hours, can't wait.

  10. #8
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Location
    Toronto, Ontario
    Posts
    5,595

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Excellent reviews both. I enjoyed them in different ways since I've got Sparta on her way (so your review is a a teaser building my anticipation) while I'm passing on Red Sonja so your review is more like my vicarious enjoyment on a figure that's interesting but not gonna make it to my shelves. In both cases it's evident how very good a grasp you have of what makes each figure work (or not work) in the very specific details. Also excellent pics.
    The guidance counselor was surprised: “I didn’t even know career aptitude tests had a Super-Villain category.”

  11. #9
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Location
    Thrilla in Manila
    Posts
    3,078

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Good call on the face swap!
    "If symptoms persist... insult your doctor."

  12. #10
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    Location
    East Anglia, UK
    Posts
    21,878

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    They're not bad and the issues seemed minor. Good call on the face swap, that does work better.

    CHEERS!

  13. #11
    Join Date
    Apr 2016
    Location
    Moscow
    Posts
    20

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Thanks for your job and feedback of this figures!! I love your photos!

  14. #12
    Join Date
    Sep 2013
    Location
    WI, US
    Posts
    3,627

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Fantastic reviews, edwick. Extremely thorough. While that mod seems tempting, I think I'll have to forego doing that.

  15. #13
    Join Date
    May 2005
    Location
    Australia
    Posts
    850

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    great review thank you

  16. #14
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Location
    UK
    Posts
    143

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Great review, a lot more professional looking than mine!

    Love the photos, what set-up are you using to take them?

    l3ooga :D

  17. #15
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Posts
    5,139

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Love the review. I have the Sonja Head sculpt, still on the fence on the box set, but you are pushing me toward getting it. again great job and thanks for the review.

  18. #16
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Location
    UK
    Posts
    143

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by masamune View Post
    Love the review. I have the Sonja Head sculpt, still on the fence on the box set, but you are pushing me toward getting it. again great job and thanks for the review.
    I wasn't keen on the preview photos of the Sonja figure, however in hand it looks so much better, I'm starting to think I should get one before it's too late!
    l3ooga :D

  19. #17
    Join Date
    May 2003
    Location
    NE Florida
    Posts
    12,763

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    E P I C review.

    Thank you for posting/sharing.
    "Good judgment comes from experience and a lot of that comes from bad judgment."
    ~ Arthur Bishop | The Mechanic (2011)



  20. #18
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Location
    Singapore
    Posts
    2,174

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Great review!

    Really appreciate your effort here!

  21. #19
    Join Date
    Aug 2014
    Location
    chatham ontario, canada
    Posts
    41

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    To anyone who gets the Red Sonja be carefull with the axe and the shield, the plastic is hard and unforgiving. I broke the axe handle when I tried to straighten it because I thought it had gotten a curve in it from shipping thinking it was a softer more pliable plastic. And I broke the handle off the shield trying to fit one of the gripping hands around it.

    Fortunately the shield was easy to glue back together and the axe handle only broke about 2/3s the way through and you can't even see the break unless you flex it.

    Also it might just be the lighting in your pics Edwick but mine looks like it has a much darker skin tone than yours, it even looks a shade darker than your Sparta warrior.

  22. #20
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    Posts
    285

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Great review. You should trademark the term "battle/war thong".

  23. #21
    Join Date
    Jul 2016
    Posts
    26

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    nice pictures!

  24. #22
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Posts
    2,244

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Thanks, everyone! Expect more in the coming days (including some fun ones featuring other figures in my collection, and a backdrop I've yet to use).

    Quote Originally Posted by l3ooga View Post
    Love the photos, what set-up are you using to take them?
    Funny you should ask . There's a whole thread about my DIY lightbox I use to shoot my figures, which I did first based on other threads on that Photography forum. I'm actually on the "Mark III" version now, which gets rid of the box in favor of a frame made from PVC pipes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deadnstien2 View Post
    To anyone who gets the Red Sonja be carefull with the axe and the shield, the plastic is hard and unforgiving. I broke the axe handle when I tried to straighten it because I thought it had gotten a curve in it from shipping thinking it was a softer more pliable plastic. And I broke the handle off the shield trying to fit one of the gripping hands around it.

    Fortunately the shield was easy to glue back together and the axe handle only broke about 2/3s the way through and you can't even see the break unless you flex it.

    Also it might just be the lighting in your pics Edwick but mine looks like it has a much darker skin tone than yours, it even looks a shade darker than your Sparta warrior.
    Yeah, I ended up breaking the handle on Red Sonja's shield after the shoot, too, trying to get it on her arm. As I mentioned, though, it seems like

    That's interesting that your Sonja looks darker than mine. That might be an effect of the lighting to a degree, or it might also just be variance in skin tones from different lots maybe. I'm not sure that Spartina and Sonja are supposed to be different skin tones, but the ones I have definitely are. I have Stormy Tempest and Van Helsing muscle bodies, too, and I mean to do a side-by-side to see how much variation there is in all of them.

  25. #23
    Join Date
    Jun 2003
    Posts
    2,766

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Great idea with the face swap. That's the perfect sculpt for Sonja.
    http://www.famousfigures.com
    V.I.K.I.: Do you not see the logic of my plan?
    Sonny: Yes, but it just seems too.. heartless.

  26. #24
    Join Date
    Apr 2016
    Posts
    22

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    I'm planning to do a face swap with phicens valkyrie, now thinking this might be a better fit though.

  27. #25
    Join Date
    Jul 2014
    Posts
    49

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Yikes. Removing the face mask/plate looks difficult and an arduous process. Can I say plastic surgeon Dr. Edwick...lol?? You should post a video sometime of this process so others here can see as you deconstruct the plate and then put them back together after swapping. Please post some photos after the faces are done drying so we can see the final product. Are the cracks/tears on sheena completely covered after putting the plate back in? Keep up the great posts.

    Thanks everyone here for contributing posts, feedback, and reviews.

  28. #26

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Man, awesome reviews. If I hadn't already picked up Red Sonja, this would have sold me. And all the posed photos just look great.

    Also, can I point out how much better the head looks in your pics than any of the official pictures they've posted? I didn't like the head at all in any of the the pictures I saw, and had every intention of swapping it out when I got it. The face looked kind of just... I don't know, just not right? And the hair looked brighter, cheap and plastic-y, and just a kind of uniform color, like a cheap wig.

    But I was surprised how much I liked it when it came in. The hair is actually pretty nice, and and I love the face. I do agree that it isn't perfect for Sonja. I'm liking the face swap you have happening with Sheena, and am looking forward to more pics of it on the body when you're done. But I was surprised I liked it as much as I did. And she looks so much better in all of your pics then ANY of the promo ones, and I just feel like yours look a lot more accurate to how the figure actually looks in hand.

    I picked up the Red Sonja figure with every intention or redoing 1/2 of her accessories. I love the boots, gloves, sword, dagger, more muscular phicen body, and the bangles that wrap around her arms and legs. I figured it would cost me close if not more to buy all of that parted out than to just buy the figure. And I actually like the head WAY more then I expected to from all of the pictures before she was released. I had planned to swap it out with a Scarlett Johansson head, because come on, how freaking great would she be in a Red Sonja movie?! But now I think I might just stick with it.

    Everything else, I kind of hated from the pics, and felt the same once they arrived. The ax handle is too thick, and looks cheap, plastic-y, and toyish. I don't really like the shield, and I can't picture Sonja ever using a tower shield. The cloak looks like it's made of cheap materials (I think it might be the same material as the boots, but oddly looks way better on the boots). And I don't like the look of the plastic armor at all. The shoulder armor isn't terrible itself, but why they made the straps out of molded silver plastic instead of leather is beyond me, and should be an easy fix by replacing them with actual straps.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deadnstien2 View Post
    To anyone who gets the Red Sonja be carefull with the axe and the shield, the plastic is hard and unforgiving. I broke the axe handle when I tried to straighten it because I thought it had gotten a curve in it from shipping thinking it was a softer more pliable plastic.
    Oh my god, I did the EXACT SAME THING for the EXACT SAME REASONS! I feel your pain on this one.

  29. #27
    Join Date
    Mar 2016
    Location
    Seattle
    Posts
    309

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by Deadnstien2 View Post
    To anyone who gets the Red Sonja be carefull with the axe and the shield, the plastic is hard and unforgiving. I broke the axe handle when I tried to straighten it because I thought it had gotten a curve in it from shipping thinking it was a softer more pliable plastic.
    Same thing happened to me, luckily it wasn't hard to glue back together. They should have gone with softer plastic.

  30. #28
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Posts
    5,139

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by l3ooga View Post
    I wasn't keen on the preview photos of the Sonja figure, however in hand it looks so much better, I'm starting to think I should get one before it's too late!
    I am so torn on this figure that it is ridiculous. I have the sculpt and the bikini top and bottom. I just may grab the boots loose, and the rest of the parts and be done...or buy the box figure I don't know....crap!!!! If my retailer restock her we will see. I know I will have the credits on hand to get her....I will let you know though what I ultimately decide....

  31. #29
    Join Date
    Sep 2011
    Location
    The hottest point in Arizona
    Posts
    1,317

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    just an idea, if any of you Kit Bashers want to make a "Gwen Stark of Game of Thrones" Red Sonja head sculpt comes very close.







    To me that's who I see in Reds head sculpt. If someone could do a repaint.

  32. #30
    Join Date
    Mar 2003
    Location
    Iceland!
    Posts
    3,778

    Re: Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews

    Yeah, looks really good.

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
Phicen/ER Red Sonja and Sparta Warrior Photo Reviews
[X]