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    The head looks great. The RET Flint arms are a good choice too. Not sure about the 25th era torso though. It looks pretty dated. The legs are okay, a newer set like POC Lifeline/Snake Eyes would be better, but these will do.

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    Well, I can only ask nicely. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE update that WAAAYYY outdated 25th torso with man breasts. You fixed Hit n Run to perfection; I shall ask the same here. Something like Renegade Duke's torso would be superior...

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    I can live with the majority of the parts, but the POC Lifeline/Snake Eyes legs would definitely improve this figure. I'm still pleased with the new head sculpt and color combination.

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    I'm just happy it won't have the hands that the old ME outback had... The ones that, as someone put it, would drop the gun by just looking at it... Lol

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    This was a figure that I was wondering why they were burning a spot in the FSS for, but I have to admit, this preview looks pretty dope.

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    The head sculpt is great, but the use of 25th anniversary era parts (like the torso) seems a little lazy.

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    Yea, the torso is kinda, meh. But they gotta keep that Tee-shirt design.

    I also think it needs a belt. I don't usually tuck my shirt in without a belt.

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by dgarlit@gmail.com View Post
    The head sculpt is great, but the use of 25th anniversary era parts (like the torso) seems a little lazy.
    Agreed. I love the head, but the Resolute Flint torso should have been the new default T-shirt body to use, plus different legs. The 25th parts are just too dated, and makes figures look scrawny and short. I was really looking forward to this, but not so much anymore.

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    I just realized if my Father let his hair grow out for a few months he would look exactly like Outback's new headsculpt.

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    the figure overall is not that bad and it is a way to get a TF version of Outback that I know I will never buy from ARAH.

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