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"How the Grinch Stole Christmas"


"How the Grinch Stole Christmas" gets the McFarlane's treatment in this release inspired by the classic Dr Suess tale of an anti-santa who tries, and fails to stop Christmas.

This set aims to please fans of the Grinch after the disappointment of the 2000 movie.

Trying to right the wrongs of previous toy releases based on this popular Dr Suess work McFarlane have release four dioramas as well as a deluxe boxed set all of which are based on the original animated version.

The paint work is also a general improvment on previous animated set with a cleaner, neater fresher look to it.

The use of black lines here works well giving it a cartoonish animated look.

There is a good use of solid bold colors throughout this line with nothing being overdone or over washed.

Perhaps the set paintwork is on the Mean One set where there is a use of bright unique colors making all its details different and eye catching.

Bearing in mind that this is McFarlane's, who are known for their lack of articulation, and these are dioramas sets rather than individual action figures it isn't too surprising that there is very little in the way of articulation.

Personally I prefer them like this as I tend to display my figures rather than "play" with them.

But I'm sure others will disagree and would've liked to have seen more articulation.



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