Love my DS RGBS. But everything said here is true, aside from the standing issue. Mine stand up just fine since they came out. But they are amazing.Handsome wrote:For the price they're selling for these days, I have a hard time recommending them. Nothing's broken yet, but all of their accessories get warped super easily, so you constantly have to heat them up to straighten them out. They're all on the same body, which isn't a huge deal, but you remember things form the cartoon like Ray being the fattest or Egon being the tallest, and that's not really represented.JTMarsh wrote: ↑Mon Oct 25, 2021 2:50 amHow did you like the DS Real Ghostbusters? I thought they looked great and was gonna' splurge on all four, but kept hearing negatives about how the plastic was brittle and they're prone to breakages.Handsome wrote: ↑Fri Oct 22, 2021 5:18 pmI ordered two of the four Turtles. I plan on having one set of heads with the TMNT figures I posted above. I plan on using the other heads with other '80s toys on a separate three-shelf bookcase. The four Turtles on one shelf. I have the Diamond Select Real Ghostbusters from a few years ago, so the four of them on another shelf. And then another shelf with the Ultimates Optimus Prime, He-Man, Lion-O, and a Classified Snake Eyes. The Snake Eyes might be a little small since everything else is in 7" scale, but I prefer V2 Snake Eyes with the visor, and the Ultimates version is the V1 Snake Eyes with the stupid goggles that I hate.
But the biggest issue is that they're impossible to keep standing. I put them on stands and they still sometimes fall over. Honestly I'm tempted to just glue them in place and turning them into statues. I wouldn't mind getting rid of these if Hasbro or Super7 were to make a Real Ghostbusters line.
If you have nostalgia for that show, there's really no other option. If you can get them for a decent price, I'd say go for it. But the last time I checked, they were selling for an insanely high amount.
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