Post by newgenandy on Sept 8, 2021 14:10:51 GMT -5
So I want to get a little display going of one of the 3 lines above
Only interested in wwe legends - there’s pros and cons for all 3. What are some of your thoughts given the criteria?
Here’s what’s spinning in my head
All 3 are small and can be displayed nice Loyal subjects - articulated but not the biggest line Brawlers - huge choice is good, price and availability less Mystery minis - not the biggest line again but relatively cheap?
I have a shelf 60cm (24”) and goes back about 23cm (9”) so could have risers and 2 rows if I went the brawler route. Reason I’m thinking these lines is the size
Brawlers easy. The loyal subjects changed size and are a pain to find in store. The minis were fun but cartoony & have been discontinued. Brawlers are still current and you're getting something new every month or so. The biggest issues for what you want is getting some of the old ones are gonna cost you.
Post by GoCanes84 on Sept 12, 2021 19:54:55 GMT -5
Personal favorite of mine are the Mystery Minis. I love the Brawlers too but the line is all over the place. With the minis you get a defined group and you’ll be able to complete the set if you wanted to.
Post by punksnotdead on Sept 16, 2021 12:32:04 GMT -5
Pretty sure we're not getting anymore WWE minis or LS figures. I'd collect Brawlers for that reason alone. Those aren't going anywhere and WWE Legends deals seem to be dropping like flies. Which opens up more names for PWTs. RVD, Sandman, Sabu, Terry Funk, Raven, Pillman, Owen, Bret, Taz, Demolition, LOD, Tatanka, Piper, Eddie, Macho, Kamala, Sheik, Andre, Bulldog, Beefcake, Hacksaw, New Jack, Vader, Angle, Luger, Bruiser Brody, Steamboat, Brooklyn Brawler, Nasty Boys, Ultimate Warrior, King Kong Bundy, Papa Shango... the list of guys is big already.
That said, the first set of Loyal Subjects figures are my favorite style of the three. Too bad they ruined it on Series 2 with horrendous paint jobs.