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@misfit thanks for the info! I'd only be interested in the X-Men themselves and not any villains or variants so sounds like I would be okay if I act soon.


   
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Ok ChatGPT, I think this might clear some things up for you:


   
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Posted by: @darkxorn

Ok ChatGPT...

 

Glad to see I haven't been the only one thinking this.

 


   
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So what is the answer for the factor of the volume change from 1/12th to 1/6th figures? I don't see the answer there.


   
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I'm assuming you're trolling.  But on the off chance you're not, a 1/12 figure is around 6" tall, 1/6 figures like these Mondo ones are around 12" tall. 


   
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Me trying to figure out the difference between 1/12 and 1/6 after I got hit on the head. 🤕 


   
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Posted by: @handsome

I'm assuming you're trolling.  But on the off chance you're not, a 1/12 figure is around 6" tall, 1/6 figures like these Mondo ones are around 12" tall. 

 

How much bigger is it volume-wise. I am well aware that they are twice the height.

 

One poster was saying that they are double the size/volume, perhaps they were trolling, but I believe them to be eight times the size/volume. What do you think? I'm guessing that you think twice too, hence why you accused me of trolling and not the other poster.

 

Is holding one 1/6 figure in your hand, the same weight as holding eight 1/12 figures in your hand of the same sculpt/character design?

 


   
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Posted by: @toonturts

Posted by: @handsome

I'm assuming you're trolling.  But on the off chance you're not, a 1/12 figure is around 6" tall, 1/6 figures like these Mondo ones are around 12" tall. 

 

How much bigger is it volume-wise. I am well aware that they are twice the height.

 

One poster was saying that they are double the size/volume, perhaps they were trolling, but I believe them to be eight times the size/volume. What do you think? I'm guessing that you think twice too, hence why you accused me of trolling and not the other poster.

 

Is holding one 1/6 figure in your hand, the same weight as holding eight 1/12 figures in your hand of the same sculpt/character design?

 

Are you real?  Who even wonders about something like this?

 


   
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How did they escape the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles board and get in to the Marvel Board? Who's on the doors, why did you let this happen?!


   
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Posted by: @justice

Posted by: @toonturts

Posted by: @handsome

I'm assuming you're trolling.  But on the off chance you're not, a 1/12 figure is around 6" tall, 1/6 figures like these Mondo ones are around 12" tall. 

 

How much bigger is it volume-wise. I am well aware that they are twice the height.

 

One poster was saying that they are double the size/volume, perhaps they were trolling, but I believe them to be eight times the size/volume. What do you think? I'm guessing that you think twice too, hence why you accused me of trolling and not the other poster.

 

Is holding one 1/6 figure in your hand, the same weight as holding eight 1/12 figures in your hand of the same sculpt/character design?

 

Are you real?  Who even wonders about something like this?

 

 

Either answer the question if you think you can, or stop trolling with your negative nonsense. You aren't the arbiter of what kind of things someone can or cannot legitimately wonder.

 

When there has been more than one answer given by different people already, clearly not everyone thinks exactly the same on this subject, so it is legitimate discussion with an achievable resolution point since there is likely only one correct, objective answer to this question rather than multiple.

 


   
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Posted by: @darkxorn

How did they escape the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles board and get in to the Marvel Board? Who's on the doors, why did you let this happen?!

 

I collect this line too so I have a legitimate reason to be here.

 


   
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@toonturts

They say there are no dumb questions but you my friend have proven that wrong today.

So my answer is it doesnt matter. No one here is going to give you an answer to it. It is an asinine discussion. Please move on and don't clog up another thread with your insane musings like you have been for far too long now.

 


   
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I bought a 1/6 figurine and placed it on my toy shelf. Turns out it was the mass of 1 out of 6 men and it brought the whole shelving unit down.


   
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Posted by: @justice

@toonturts

They say there are no dumb questions but you my friend have proven that wrong today.

So my answer is it doesnt matter. No one here is going to give you an answer to it. It is an asinine discussion. Please move on and don't clog up another thread with your insane musings like you have been for far too long now.

 

 

I don't think it's that weird of a question, honestly, especially if you're concerned about space for displaying or storing. 

To the original poster's question, I don't have any special figure-volume-measuring devices and am not going to do any math here, but eye-balling it, the X-Men Mondo figures take up 3-4X more space than their Legends counterparts. Sabretooth is pretty big and may actually be like 8X more space, though. 

 


   
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The volume question comes up from time to time, usually in regard to costs. As in, it's incorrect to assume the cost of 1/6 scale figure would be twice the cost of a 1/12 figure. Why? Because Volume 

Since I had them nearby, the approximate volume and weight difference between a 1/6 ML Wolverine and the training suit Wolverine is approximately 7X.  I took some approximate measurements, (height)*(width across chest and shoulders)*(depth of chest).

6"*2.25"*1"=13.5 cubic inches

10.5"*4"*2.25"=94.5 cubic inches

The weigh difference is 16.2 oz vs. 2.3 oz

Phew, I put too much work into that 😅


   
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