The light passing through these parts highlights all the details and makes them stand out on display. The gold body paint adds to the light effects as light shines off the body and through the translucent plastic. Overall posing is as good as I would expect from this line. The paint apps are clear and distinct, and the sculpt details highly visible. Makes sense, he was designed as a toy in the 1980s, so making him cool and eye-catching to kids was basic marketing. The boots are a modification from existing parts, where the boot cuffs are glued onto the existing piece. Though, I suppose that is because there is not an over abundance of stories or source material.
The legs and arms are not hindered in their rotations. Posing The balance on this figure is good, and he can also use his staff to help. His boots carry pretty intricate detail as well, again witht eh bug and bird theme. I am actually considering it. I know the original figure had yellow skin, but the 4H club took the name literally and actually gave Ashley here a deep gold color. We do our best to keep tabs on infringements.
Similarly it is in the wings and head piece where the highest level of detail is found. Really, love him or hate him, it is really hard to deny the design impact, I dig it. The ab crunch gets a fair amount of movement. But the genius of this figure is that all the purple parts in the upper body are made from translucent plastic. Overall this is definitely one of the more visually interesting figures in the line.
Golden Pharaoh is a created exclusively for the Kenner line of action figures. What he lacks in name recognition he makes up for style and design. Clicking on unreleased figures will generally bring up larger images. If a review is available, you can access that review by clicking on the figure. I mean, again, like I have mentioned so many times in these past First Looks — Golden Pharaoh is very unique in his appearance and brings a lot of personality to my display. Please consider donating to help with site costs! This page features the 2010 section of the checklist; other pages are accessible with the links below. Among them are Golden Pharaoh, and.
I really like the head sculpt and the paint detail in the face, he has deep black lines around his eyes that make him look very ancient Egyptian, you know, like a pharaoh? Get the scoop on all the popular comics, games, movies, toys, and more every day! This appears to be a cut and paste error as those issues refer to the first appearances of the Ted Knight and Jack Knight characters, which are the standard and variant versions of Figure 6 in that same series. If some of your content was shared by accident. See something missing, have a suggestion, or spot an error? Because of the paint and wings, the visual focus is mostly on the body outline, which lends itself well to action poses. I look to myself and see that I have never really liked Azrael, yet, he has a great figure and I am glad to have him on my shelf. Closing Remarks Golden Pharaoh is definitely one of the more interesting choices in this line. History Archaelogist Ashley Halberstam was at a dig in Egypt when he was struck by a bolt from a laboratory. This list is updated regularly and is generally considered complete.
But really, you are here for the figure, right? While on an expedition in , he was struck by a bolt of energy emanating from the. It is a very unique look for this line, and the only thing that comes close in another figure is the shiny silver coating on Captain Atom. If you are looking for another good figure to add to your next collection, I would definitely recommend Golden Pharaoh. Contact and Support ©Entertainment News International - All images, trademarks, logos, video, brands and images used on this website are registered trademarks of their respective companies and owners. You know who it is. These are the had choices I have to make.
Powers and Abilities Generates energy blasts through mystical pyramid staff. I am already using my imagination on this figure, something that with a licensed property is not as common as it used to be. He is adorned in the kingly colors of his past for his costume, mostly yellow and purple and again, like his original figure the purple in his torso is clear translucent, making for a very neat effect. Sorry, I can get off on a tangent sometimes. English architect on a dig in Egypt gets nailed by a beam from New Genesis and helps figure Apokolips. The head can look up a good ways but not down. At least you can take that with you.
But you know, lots of characters I like that if you really think about it. Thanks to the folks at Mattel for providing us with this product for review. So, I can personally say that I have no real attachment to the character of Golden Pharaoh. This bolt of energy awakened his latent superpowers. The wings do not turn or anything, they are permanently oriented along the arms. The Golden Paraoh joined forces with , , and to defeat the machinations of.
Appearance Golden Pharaoh has by far the most new sculpting of any figure in this wave. His only comic book appearance is in the third Super Powers series four issues, 1986. Entertainment News International is not responsible for reporting errors, inaccuracies, omissions, and or other liablities related to news shared here. Calling himself Golden Pharaoh, he became a superhero. . In terms of proportions and size Golden Pharaoh fits right into an existing display.