A few weeks ago we did a spotlight on the upcoming Men In Black 3 toys; now we have some in hand samples of Agents J & K thanks to Come see Toys. How do these figures compare to other 3 3/4 figures? To find out click the headline of the story.
Come, See Toys received some early samples of Agent J & K and a review was posted for the figures. Here is a portion of the review.
Let’s start with the suits. It is a separate piece from the figure and its not removeable unless you cut it. Its rather big and it makes the characters look beefy. Theres some nice detail on them. You can make out the folds and creases and the pockets. Its made of flexible material so the figures maintain their articulation.
The figure of Agent J has a decent likeness. The paint on the figure is poor. There’s slop on his collar and you’ll want to watch out for the hair and moustache. Some of his hair may be unpainted and there were several which I saw with slanted moustaches. Another thing to check for is the paint on his tie.
Agent K has some likeness to Tommy Lee Jones. Something is off which I can’t put my finger on. Maybe its the cheeks. Anyway, paint wise hes also got the slop around the collar but you should have less trouble with this figure than J.
he figures each come with a roleplay ring which converts into an accessory. J’s is pictured left in the picture below and K’s is on the right. A good thing about the rings is the clips have springs so they’ll stay on securely, even on adult fingers if they’re not too large
Both figures have the same articulation. The head can be rotated fully, shoulders have ball and hinge, elbows are single hinge, wrists swivel, hips have ball joints. The legs can be raised up and to the side somewhat. Finally, knees have single hinge.
Some comparison shots. These figures are shorter than most other 3.75″ scale figures. They actually don’t look too bad standing with this lot.
Credit: Goldbug from the ToyVerse Forums And Come, See Toys
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