Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Two's Company, Three's a Crowd

"Vhat do vou dink vou are doink?"

The Nazi and SS certainly made for great villains because everyone knows they are the bad guys instantly. So in the movies, you tend to see them a lot, from Indiana Jones to Hellboy to The Spirit, just to name a few.

The Schutzstaffel (German for "Protective Echelon"), abbreviated SS was a major Nazi organization under Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party. In contrast to the black-uniformed Allgemeine SS (the political wing of the SS), the Waffen-SS (the military wing) evolved into a second German army aside the Wehrmacht (the regular armed forces) and operated in tandem with them; especially with the Heer (German Army). The SS also wore a black cap with a Totenkopf (skull and bones, "death's head") symbol on it. [source: wiki]

Hot Toys MMS92 1/6 scale 12" Silken Floss (Scarlett Johansson) Female Action Figure joins a customized Nazi Occultist (I kitbashed him to go with the Hellboy line - more pictures of him HERE) and DiD SS-Sturmbannfuhrer "Hans-Ulrich Grimminger" for a group picture.

A comparison of visor caps or Schirmmutze from the past and the present

They all have the red party armband on their upper left sleeve and the smaller cuff title



Another look at Hot Toys Silken Floss (Scarlett Johansson) female collectible figure from "The Spirit" movie (Full review HERE)

DiD SS-Sturmbannfuhrer "Hans-Ulrich Grimminger" with Character head, Did model “F” body, Bendable hands v3.0, M35 Black helmet with double decal, M1931 Liner 2nd pattern with adjustable chinstraps, Brown undershirt, Black tie with party pin, 1932 pattern SS service tunic with party arm band, Cuff title “Sud”, Shoulder board, collar patches, Special SA-Reiterstandarte Gorget, Blood Order, Turkish War Star, Golden Party Badge for 10-year members, Coburg Badge, Annexation of Austria Commemorative Medal 1938, SA Sports Badge in gold, Black Riding Breech, White parade gloves, SS officer duty belt with metal buckle, Riding boots – real leather with complete sole detail and 1923 pattern SA standard bearer bandolier. The Standartenspitz (Eagle and Wreathed Finial) with Standartenquerb (Standard Box), Standartentuch (Standard Cloth) with Crosspole and Tassel, and Standartenstange (Standard Staff) isn't shown here. Released June 2005.


Pardon the collar, he caught a glimpse of Silken Floss' ample bosom - LOL

More Germans posted HERE

2 comments:

desmond said...

Alex, did you buy the DID German Officer "T-Becker"? Quite nice..

@lex Gen X 1:6 Hardcore said...

No desmond, I didn't - too many germans already, still much prefer the US airborne troopers :)