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I am in the process of making my own 'Yeti' from Wolverine vs Hulk film, and I wanted the figure to be huge compared to Wolverine, and a little bigger than the 1/6 Hulk I have.

What 1/6 bodies or figures out there are larger than the Hot Toys 1/6 Hulk?

If no 1/6 are larger, how about a fully articulated 1/4 figure larger than Hulk but not that insanely larger, just enough to be customized and upgraded to a Yeti.
 

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I don't know if you could find them on EBay or not. Years back ToysRUs had some big military figures, maybe 1/4 scale in their stores. I don't remember what they were called but someone else on here may remember.
 

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Diamond Select did 1/4 scale figures that occasionally you can find loose on the internet. Marvel Legends released a huge Clay Face figure recently that would be big enough. You can go into the "dolls and Bears" section on ebay and find very articulated 1/4 nude bodies too. If you can find a second hand damaged 1/4 scale NECA Predator figure that would be great as you'd have the clawed hands and feet already made for you.
 

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BTW if you can live with some limited articulation, this Rampage Mega-George body might also work for you. It does articulate but not like a full hobby body. 20" tall I believe, and only $19.99 now, possibly a Walmart exclusive. I believe DeltaForceChung was first to show one here. Also a natural fit for a DC Gorilla Grodd.

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I don't know if you could find them on eBay or not. Years back ToysRUs had some big military figures, maybe 1/4 scale in their stores. I don't remember what they were called, but someone else on here may remember.
I have a couple of those figures, and they're not 1:4 scale, but are actually 1:3 scale, nearly 2 feet tall. Mine are stuffed away in one of my storage units, but as I recall, the figures have limited articulation and are just too big to display in a normal setting. I don't remember the name of the series, but they were WWII military figures, and I have two of the sailors; there were also Marines and Soldiers. You can try searching eBay for them, but I have with no luck.

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