Posted 09 November 2012 - 08:40 PM
Kez, on 09 November 2012 - 08:13 PM, said:
Oh I didn't notice the date on the website, sorry if its old news, normally I tend to keep up with new news, I'll try to do my best to keep up
No worries, Kez. I had actually forgotten about the Mr Hyde figure as it didn't seem that memorable at the time. I had also not seen the centaur picture. What is exciting though is knowing there will be more to come based on the pictures!
I am disappointed not to see any musicians on the list, as well as any sports or a figure reresenting a particular nationality but the series will no doubt produce some great figures and parts.
I'm off to think about which other literary figures could be made in future like Jekyll/Hyde...
My Ideal CMF Series: (No figures with open mouths and no specific features preventing multiple use (e.g. name tags)!
(1) Hotel Bellhop (dark red uniform with 2 suitcases), (2) Amazon Explorer (with over the shoulder bag and new toucan mould), (3) Elvis Presley Impersonator (in classic white jump suit with microphone), (4) Frog costume (lime green colour with diver flipper feet), (5) Barbershop Singer (we'd all buy 4 for a quartet), (6) Peruvian (traditional Andean costume with tan coloured panpipes) (7) Zoo Keeper (dark blue dungarees, broom and new non-Friends penguin mould), (8) Halloween Guy (black torso and legs with skeleton print + pumpkin), (9) Air Hostess (light blue uniform but hat to allow varied hair colours), (10) Prisoner (traditional orange or grey uniform with arrows, plus ball and chain), (11) Violinist (evening suit - an orchestra army-builder + bald-head piece with white hair), (12) Tourist (new white Panama Hat, brown beard & sunglasses, Hawaiian shirt & camera), (13) Australian ('Steve Irwin' olive/dark green outdoors safari suit with new koala mould), (14) Gardener (green watering can & classic style purple/orange flowers + bald-head piece with brown hair), (15) Teddy Bear costume (light brown colour - generic without any bow tie or clothes, etc), (16) Brass Band (with new instrument like a tuba/trombone to help create an orchestra)