Wade Wilson aka Deadpool is both a loose cannon and highly spontaneous who often times behaves in the most unanticipated manner. Becoming Deadpool simply up his antics a few notches since he is practically invincible.
The packaging is the regular sleeve type but the box art is rather nicely done with one of Deadpool's signature pose.
Figure out of the box with the display stand.
And I have have to end up with something that needs repairing again.The left holster came detached and requires Selley's intervention.
Let's take a look at the set of interchangeable eyes provided as we wait for the glue to cure. A total of 5 pairs of eyes are provided and the way to remove the eye from the head is to use the magnetic 'remover' provided. See picture above and the remover even has the Deadpool logo; somewhat.
See the remover being attracted to the eye (picture below).
With a slight tug and the eye pop right out.
The figure is super flexible and I have missed such articulation from a 1:6 figure as most of Hot Toys purchases comes with heavy armor or costumes that allow very limited movement.
The many hands of Deadpool (above), so to achieve all the signature poses seen in the movie. However, one set of hands are missing!! Can you spot which one?
Another one of the those signature poses of Deadpool.
I had to take out the display stand again to fully maximize Deadpool's articulated body for the following shots.
There you have it. This is a really highly poseable figure and have you figured out which pair of hands aren't included? Look at the final pose I have below and compare it with the box art.