Sunday, October 23, 2016

Review 1: DollsOddSaga 1:6 "Outer Heaven" collectible figure aka Elysium's exoskeleton

This was from my September 2016 toy haul (see the toy blog post HERE)

In the year 2159, humanity is sharply divided between two classes of people: The ultra rich who live aboard a luxurious space station called Elysium, and the rest of the world live a hardscrabble existence among Earth's ruins. His life hanging in the balance, a man named Max Da Costa (Matt Damon) agrees to undertake a dangerous mission that could bring equality to the population, but Secretary Delacourt (Jodie Foster) vows to preserve the pampered lifestyle of Elysium's citizens, no matter what the cost.

From the 2013 science fiction action thriller film Elysium, this is a 1/6th scale Matt Damon as Max Da Costa who has a powered exoskeleton surgically attached to him after he is hit by a lethal dose of radiation during an industrial accident. The powered exoskeleton allows Max to continue with the dangerous tasks he has to undertake in order to accomplish his mission.

DollsOddSaga DOSN-002 1:6 scale "Outer Heaven" Exo-skeleton Collectible Figure features: Highly Detailed Life Like Head Sculpt of Matt Damon as Max Da Costa, Fully Functional Exo-Skeleton (Non-detachable), Durable Male Body, Ak47 (Heavily Modified), Ak47 Clips (2 pcs), Electro-Magnetic Rail Gun, Electro-Magnetic Rail Gun Clip, Hands, T-shirt, Jeans, Sneakers, Gauze (2 pcs), Multi-function background wall and platform (with figure stand).

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Box packaging is nice, simple and straightforward. Slip off the sleeve and open the shoebox style packaging.

Two weapons which Max Da Costa (Matt Damon) used in the Elysium film are included: a modified AKM loaded with fictional 7.62 x 39mm airburst munitions, and is fitted with an advanced (and fictional) computerized targeting system that includes a holosight, aiming laser, and rangefinder PLUS a fictional "ChemRail" rifle which has a high rate of fire, and its high-velocity rounds rip right through walls and shred enemies.

Multi-function background wall and platform (and figure stand). Comes with assembly instructions.

DollsOddSaga DOSN-002 1:6 scale "Outer Heaven" Exo-skeleton Collectible Figure aka 12-inch Matt Damon as Max Da Costa with powered exoskeleton attached to his body. The figure is rather cool with working exo-skeleton parts that move as the figure articulates. You won't be getting a lot of articulation from this figure nor expect it to perform yoga poses (which most other 12-inch figures can't do anyway except for Phicen super-flexible seamless bodies) but it can do more than enough to impress. It's a working exo-suit on a 12-inch figure! That's impressive enough for me.

Check out the nice details from the close-up shots of DollsOddSaga DOSN-002 1:6 scale "Outer Heaven" Exo-skeleton Collectible Figure. Pretty darn cool!

NEXT: More pictures of DollsOddSaga DOSN-002 1:6 scale "Outer Heaven" Exo-skeleton Collectible Figure (with "ChemRail" rifle)

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