The figure should be re-named 'Grandpa on drugs'. You can still have fun with figures even when they look daft. As long as the overall quality of the product isn't bad and the item isn't faulty then I'm ok. My final verdict will come when I actually have the figure in hand. If a figure is poorly put together then that is a problem but a funny face or a slight inaccuracy doesn't bother me a whole lot as it's an action figure. I like them for the same reason as I liked them when I was a kid with 80's and 90's stuff. They were never totally accurate but I didn't care too much. I noticed but it wasn't a deal breaker. What annoyed me was the issues at the factory with putting the figures together wrong, causing major QC issues and major delays. That comes down to people not doing their job correctly, which makes me question their attitude and competence. As a fanbase we pay for that and it's not acceptable. I think as supporters of what they're doing, we deserve more respect. The amount of screw-ups, which could have been easily avoided came across as insulting, especially given that we've been extra patient. It's the factory I speak of when I say this and at this point Super7 must be just as annoyed as we are because it makes them look bad.