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The construction also slightly differs between the two — the peg holders on the official are one solid piece with the base but on the bootleg we have a part inserted to form the bottom of the pegholders.

Overall, the bases are very similar. There are two tells here — no copyright on the base, and the incorrect font on the top of the base. So if you see these displayed at a con unboxed, the easiest trick of inverting it to look for copyright notices holds strong n.

Not too dissimilar with each other. The main things that stick out for me is the more transparent goggles on the bootleg and much more skin visible as you rotate the figure.

Oh, and the zipper. For some reason on my official, this now has a tendency to point straight out. It is flexible though, so it can be pushed down more into the intended position.

Going to skip the goggle lenses for a sec — on the bottom of her goggles is a bit of silver plastic sticking out… resisting urge to go snip it.

The silvery parts of her goggles are quite rough-edged when looked at up close. The official holds up well, even getting this up close and personal with it.

OK, back to those lenses. The tint is much better on the official and looks more in line with how Catwoman should be.

The lower parts of her eye are also off on their own journey, leaving some skin in her eye area and the lashes in the incorrect position.

Underneath her left eye, we also have some paint damage which is definitely visible at a distance and looks quite offputting.

The lipstick is pretty solid for a bootleg, though we do have some stray lippy going just above her lips. Official Catwoman has gone for a matte lipstick, whilst the bootleg has gone for a glossy look.

The bootleg has been very much incorrectly assembled, and the chest area has been placed kind of on top of the jacket instead of recessed into it.

To complete the mutant look, we have some yellowy skin paint slopped thickly over it. Her collar has curled over more on the bootleg, and her zipper is in a flat, fixed position.

Lastly, we have some glue slop on her jacket over her boobs, probably from attempting to glue the chest part in completely the wrong place.

Here we have more matte on the official and shiny on the bootleg. However, the bootleg suffers much worse in this regard and has what looks like quite a scratched-up posterior when looked at up close.

I think bootleg Catwoman got her catsuit from AliExpress, whilst the official Catwoman got hers from a much more quality store. Pretty similar here, and the paint on her buckles is neat on both the bootleg and the official.

This figure starts of as three separate parts — head, body and base, which is typical for Q Poskets so her head is removable. Whoever was doing silver paint did a good job, though.

Credit to silver paint guy. Overall, the paint on the bootleg here does nothing to alleviate the incorrect assembly. Bootleggers missed this copyright marking.

Yep, you can do this. So I have the bootleg to thank for that! Telling them apart is pretty easy, thanks to the manufacturing mistake with the chest, and the more transparent goggles.

So a pretty easy one to avoid if seen in the wild. Time for something horror-themed… in more ways than one. The bootleg box from the front is a straight-up photocopy of the original.

The bootleg box also looks like it had a trip around the warehouse floor with its fine layer of dirt before it made its way to me.

Again, the sides are a mildly inferior copy. Here it is more obvious though, with the skin colour being markedly different than what it should be.

Here is where the print quality issues are most apparent. Looks like Pyramid Thing is attempting to hide in the shadows on the bootleg box promo shots.

However, being a direct copy it would likely fool less experienced collectors. My copy of the bootleg box has a massive crease down the back from being folded in transit.

Also no tape of any kind. Box ends:. Upon opening the box, the official has the card insert present but the bootleg does not. For the hand tree, the official comes with a figma-branded white tree, but the bootleg comes with a clear, bubbly tree.

For the bootleg, we have the same hands as the official. The casting is mostly OK on the bootlegs, but we do have some seams that have been tidied up on the official.

The part that the bootleg hands fall down is the paint — the reddish brown wash is much too harsh and makes it look like the bootleg hands are carved from stone or something, instead of wearing latex gloves.

The bootleg knife is actually pretty decent. We do have some difference in appearance between the two — the paint on the blade and hilt is less even and the blade edge is less smooth on the bootleg.

The knives are both the same size any apparent difference in the photos is an optical illusion of them not being aligned properly. The bootleg one came with a quite severe bend to it, and the paint is a lighter shade.

Here, the official is unpainted and, for some asinine reason, the bootleg has a painted peg. This makes the peg into a funny shape, and means the bootleg spear cannot be assembled — I tried, I tried and I tried again.

The spear tip would just drop off straight away. Here the spear differs noticeably — the official has a dark silver metal-coloured tip and the bootleg is black.

Bootleg moulding is also a bit shaky, leading the edges of the spear tip to be uneven and rough. This figure comes with a pretty neat action feature featuring this neck piece — you can have him speared in the neck, using the hole provided.

There will be some images of this action feature later in the blog. For the neck piece itself, we can instantly see a difference in colour — the flesh tone is paler on the bootleg and the lower half is more cream than grey.

Lastly, the bootleg comes with a joint of its very own, unlike the bootleg. The official also had a protective plastic piece in the top, to prevent damage to the hole.

The accessories on the bootleg are very hit and miss. From the side, the bootleg is an inferior copy of the official. The typical air bubbles can definitely be seen in the bootleg copy.

Official has the copyright for the figure, and, unsurprisingly, the bootleg does not, leaving this as probably the biggest tell this is not an official stand.

The bootleg stand is pretty typical for a bootleg figma, with its air bubbles and lack of copyright. The base does feel cheaper than an official one, but would do the job to replace a broken stand.

Though he did manage to save some of his arms going by the colour of the joints… The other major difference that stands out to me is the yellowy colouring on his clothes.

Whatever it is, it makes the bootleg unpleasant to handle. Here, the official captures the grimy, red metal… thing quite well.

Bootleg, not so much as some of the detail has been lost, especially towards the bottom. The paint colour is also a bit off, feels more brick red to me, though it still captures the pyramid thing vibe decently well.

The shading has been done well on the official, giving a creepy, leaking brain appearance, with bonus rusty nail.

The bootleg gives off an orange Silly Putty vibe, with a black plastic peg nailed into it. Not quite the horror we were going for.

Lower half is a better attempt, but with the blood mostly missing the holes, it looks like blood spatter rather than the intended gashes in his clothing.

The official has been cut to match the middle torso part, and does so well. The straps over his shoulders have been done in an OK shade of brown on the bootleg, but lacks the shading of the original.

The belt buckles are nowhere as nicely painted as the official though. With the zipper on the back of the official, it extends to the middle of his back, just above the hole whilst on the bootleg, it only extends down to the upper back joint, and then they forgot to paint the rest of it.

The bootleg definitely misses out on the finish of the official, and the moulding is really poor here.

However, the toe joints do function, which can be a rarity with bootlegs. The ankle joints are also visible from the front on the bootleg, which adds to the uglier foot look.

Yep, both can do limited splits of about the same angle. The joints look like the same type, but are slightly different colours. The bootleg joints are slightly concerning though as there is a distinct gap in the joint — these could eventually split and come apart.

Man, that skin texture on the bootleg is just awful. The official has some nice shading, and is around about right for what I think his skin colour should be.

We also have some of his glove on his wrist, to complete the look of the gloves. And the bootleg… oh my, the bootleg. Lastly, we have a fairly clear mould line running down the length of his upper arm.

On the official, they have selected arm joints that match up reasonably well with the arm colour. For the bootleg, did they pick paint to match the joints?

Joints to match the paint? Not sure what they were thinking with this one, even for a bootleg. The hairlines and poor reproduction of the details on the upper arm end up reinforcing something bad has happened to this poor Pyramid Head.

He probably deserved it though. The bootleg will articulate upwards and hide the shoulder joint though. However, this photo does show that if you do want the arm in a lower position on the bootleg it will look silly anyway due to the joint colour.

Here the joints do differ — the bootleg has a black joint, whilst the official matches the grey of the gloves. The black peg is also hewn off quite badly, and lacks the retaining ring that the official has.

That ring is pretty important — it holds the hands on once assembled. For my bootleg, the left hands fall off very easily.

That joint is supposed to stay in his head. OK, some hard shoving should get this back in… Hrngh, hrngh :.

The joint was an extremely tight fit, and the glue gave out before the ball would go back in. Yay, broken bootleg with no real way of repairing it!

However, the review must go on! I do really like the fleshy-brainy texture they managed to produce on the official one.

Bootleggers saw the opportunity to use less paint, and left it black. Huh, it actually does manage to clip into the neck.

Just a shame his head will no longer stay on. Both work fine with their respective accessory. The official holds his weapons well, in whatever pose you would like.

Poor bootleg can only use his spear to stab himself, though he can hold his knife OK. Oh, and is now permanently headless thanks to the broken headpiece.

My bootleg nearly passes, and only the upper torso joint waggles around. Overall, the joints on the bootleg work, with nothing too stiff to move or too loose to pose.

The torso will pop back on fairly easily though. Weapons would also work with a horror diorama. Would I recommend this one to someone who happily buys bootlegs?

Definitely not the worst bootleg you could buy, but does have some significant flaws. It could be possible to modify the peg to work with the spearhead, but replacing the neck for the special part can result in a broken bootleg.

Then after an 8-year drought, a figure was released! Aaaand it was a mediocre bunny by Funnyknights. Then we get… two prize figures!

There were some debates of which people favoured, but me being me, I went for both. This is the main images we had to go on, prior to the actual release:.

Much was left up to the imagination, how would the flowing hair work? What kind of stands would they have? What would the final paint finish be like?

Both are very sticky-uppy. Banpresto can have a consolation point for being less of a space hog, though. As she is reasonably sizeable once assembled, this does help her fit into a smaller box than she otherwise would.

The head on mine though can be a tiny bit pesky about falling out when moving her around though. The Sega one comes pre-attached to her foot stand, whilst the Banpresto has an extra-long peg to push into the base.

So Banpresto fully took advantage of giving her an opaque base here. Both of these provide a sturdy attachment point to keep the figure on the base.

This photo was done after the photoshoot, attempting to capture the viewing angles that I believe the manufacturers were aiming for:. Both are dynamically posed, the Sega one moreso than the Banpresto one.

The rune on her forehead looks different on both — though to me, they both look slightly off in different ways. The Banpresto one is a bit too thick and not quite elongated enough whilst the Sega one feels a bit closer, but has been squeezed vertically, leaving it slightly misshapen.

With the masks, the Sega one has had the dots painted silver, whilst this was skipped on the Banpresto one. However, I can see people being a fan of the Banpresto one, as it has a more anime-ish vibe to it.

Here they both show their prize figure roots …geddit? Here we can see the Sega one has some painted shading. The Sega one does a good job of hiding in her hair, but the Banpresto one does a fair bit more supporting.

It clips onto her hair to some extent, which will prevent it sagging over time. The Sega one is a bit more of a pain to position the hair onto, and I do wonder if the hair will slip a bit over time.

Both have super-flexible plastic hair, so they definitely do need these supports to not eventually sag. I think the sculpts are OK for the black part of the dress, but both are let down by the band.

The Sega one kinda gets away with it as this part is mostly hidden due to her pose. I suspect most of the Banpresto ones will have similar paint flaws based upon previous prize figure experiences.

At least a couple of the purple paint transfers on the Banpresto one are from her hair — it took a bit to get her hair in the right places, and it did scrape one of her boobs.

With positioning of the hair — the Banpresto one came a bit misshapen, but was fairly easily bent back into the display pose that seems to be intended by the prototype pictures.

The Banpresto one has diamonds, whilst the Sega one just has dots. Points to the Banpresto one here. The purple detail looks better on the Banpresto one, as they have painted the line to separate the parts.

The shape of it also feels a bit more refined than the Sega one. One feature that attracted me to the Sega one was the fact she had her weapons.

They look decent for prize quality, and flow well with her pose. Her fingers have a bit misshapen plastic though on mine….

With the flexibility of her hair you can choose to have the chain running underneath some of the strands if you wish to give her a bit more of a dynamic feel.

Both are decent prize figures, but do have the flaws prize figures do. Her simple character design is fairly suited to being a prize figure though, which helps both prize figures look decent.

I think the Sega one is much closer to its prototype image — the hair seems to have changed a fair bit before production of the Banpresto one, as well as the surprise white hair stand.

If you collect Medusa figures, I think both are decent for their price point. If you had to pick one of the two, I think it falls down to personal preference — the Banpresto one would more easily fit into a collection, but the Sega one has a much more unique pose though it does come at the cost of being harder to find a placement that looks good.

If I had to pick between the two, I would likely pick the Sega one — I love her attacking pose, and the stand is nicer, though slightly less functional for holding her hair up over time.

This figure was intended to be the first entry of Official vs Bootleg… and here we are at OvB number 9! This bootleg was released several months before the official product was released, so I was super-curious how it turned out.

And like a good portion of S-Style bootleg boxes, it has a window whilst the official ones do not, which is a massive clue to it not being an official S-Style figure.

Like the other official S-Style figures, the official base is a cog shape. For Shiro, her base is a darkish blue and does not have any pegs as she can stand on her own.

The bootleg however… is a roundish fluffy thing that likes to shed feathers. Being cheaply made, its final shape cannot really be called circular, as it contains many irregularities.

For the official, we have the standard copyright notice and a central support to keep the base sturdy. The bootleg has been sewn to a piece of fabric, so there is some finishing work going on here.

Bootleg base is a decent bit bigger than the official. Personally I display this figure with no base, so no actual points to award here really.

It can be somewhat alleviated if you own multiple S-Style figures, as you can interlock the bases and have the figure stretch over two… or in this case, abandon the base entirely.

The bootleg base is actually winning out here, now we have the figures on their respective bases. As the bootleg base obscures parts of the figure, the actual spin-around was done with no bases.

Eagled-eyed viewers may have spotted an oddity in the spin-around. Not a great start! So to repair this I used some white-tack to hold it in place, which does show a little:.

And avoids accidentally adding some bonus glue to other parts of the figure, so decided this was the least effort and less chance of accidental disaster.

Her eyebrows, eyes and mouth paint are responsible for this angry look. The tops of her eyes seem to have the gotten a bit more of a severe angle too.

Her hair is very much a mess, with lumpy paint and lumpy plastic. The ahoge-ish bit is also looking very sorry for itself, and is closer to her head.

Yeah, the bootleg really suffers here. The sharp points are no longer sharp, with two now fused together by a blob of plastic.

The fur detail in her inner ear is lost, and now we have something that almost looks like a furry paw. The pink paint has been haphazardly done on the bootleg, so it is not the shape of the ear as it should be.

With the white parts, there is a lack of the pinky-purple shading of the official too. Oh, and some paint slop and a bit of missing paint.

Though my official has some tiny bits of missing white paint, as seen by this close-up — but these areas are very small to the naked eye, so I can see why this passed QC.

Lastly, we have a lack of paint detail here on the bootleg — official has shades of blue and purple, whilst the bootleg is only blue.

The shading on the official is smoother and in less-defined blocks. Bootleg is typical bootleg with distinct colour blocks and mediocre blending.

The official is just plain purple here, and the seam line is slightly visible but nothing too bad. Bootleg… well, they tried. Quite a bit of the mould detail is missing or distorted too — towards the left of the photo, there should be a bunch of hair clumps that are just not present, and the rightmost of the left section has a dimple that is missing on the bootleg.

The official is painted neatly, in an off-white colour. Here, we have some paint bleed on the official. This bit was the part I was most curious about on the bootleg, before I got the original — had they modified the neck to be this monstrosity?

How similar will the official be? The hole on the official is more towards her back which does stop her neck sticking too far away from her body — the strange shape is to make her neck look right for having her head turned.

As we can see, the official head simply sits on top of the bootleg body due to the peg being too large.

The bootleg head sits slightly oddly due to the too-small peg. To me, the bootleg head looks very sorry for itself when pictured like this.

The colours blend very nicely on the front strands of hair on the official, and all the parts that are usually not seen are painted evenly in purple.

The bootleg, on the other hand, looks like a clumpy mess, with some random shading suggestions in her hair. The purple is sorta thrown on the hidden parts unevenly, leaving large parts white — Shiro should only really have white hair at the very top of her head.

This was one area I was expecting the bootleg to suffer… and it does. The fingers are flatter than they should be and are pretty indistinct.

The official one actually manages to look like fingers, though not super-detailed due to the scale. It also stays attached.

Bootleg we just have white paint here, and a very distinct seam with a bunch of flashing at the bottom.

It also has a natural tendency to lean — it was very bent over when it first arrived, and will slowly lean over time.

Unfortunately was quite hard to do this shot, but the bootleg mould is a unrefined version of the official one.

Bootleg panties are definitely not superior to official ones. The lines are thinner on the official, and much more neatly painted.

Bootleg lines suffer from a lack of paint and a lack of staying in the lines. Her right leg is also not properly attached, leaving an unsightly gap.

The small amounts of paint shading look better on the original imo — the bootleg she just looks kinda slightly sunburned. Or nekolike.

The toes also shows the poor quality of the moulding, along with the hand we previously looked at, which leaves the bootleg looking rather odd.

Would this figure satisfy the less morally-inclined budget-conscious shopper? Overall the bootleg is pretty poor, and would have to be displayed at some distance to hide the flaws.

If you can consider them able to be hidden at all. This blog is part 3 of 3 of the Alien Blog Series, so for those of you who are not into Alien, feel free to rejoice :P.

Figma bootlegs commonly come with their box, so I have a box for both the official and the bootleg. Instantly we have two bits of missing text on the box — the Max Factory and GSC logos in the top left and the Fox logo and copyright in the bottom left.

Another notable difference is this:. The postcard on the bootleg is visible, whilst the official it is not…. Not much to report here, other than the shoddy print quality.

Oh, and the bootleg is creased up from not being packaged well before being posted. Again, logos removed. Well, at least the bootleggers got the correct box bottom this time, unlike the Revoltech Alien Queen.

Rotated this image, so the boxes are the wrong way around here. Interesting that they actually remembered to remove this.

Also the flaps are slightly differently shaped, which is an interesting change to make. Guess they already had some flap template they decided to use for the cutting.

The official facehugger tail packaging will appear later. The bootleg also lacks the Figma resealable bag. The bootleg is a much more cheerful shade of yellow, and some of the details have turned to mush on the underside.

We also lack the pale shading on the top of the flap parts. Unsurprisingly, they match the colours of their respective facehuggers. With both the official and the bootleg, you get one set of replacement hands.

The black and silver are painted decently on both the bootleg and the official, and the moulding looks around about the same. A sign of things to come….

Though special mention goes to the facehugger on mine, with it being nonfunctional. The official stand arm has a bluer hue to it, and a lack of air bubbles.

This bootleg stand definitely has air bubbles on show — which is a common trait of bootleg stands of this type. Bootlegs are probably the easiest way of getting a replacement Figma stand sadly, would be nice if GSC sold replacement stands or stand parts.

One thing to note is the plastic can be weaker, so if the screws are too tight to articulate the stand, unscrew them a bit first to prevent accidentally snapping it.

Side-by-side, we can see there is a colour difference between the bases, plus there is a more distinctive frosting pattern on the official.

On the bottom of the base we lack the copyright information on the bootleg. They can be kinda hard to see when looking at the base, but visible enough you can tell that it is there.

Overall, the bootleg base functions, but has the quality control flaws to be expected from cheap manufacture. It can be differentiated from the official by the lack of copyright on the bottom, and likely by having air bubbles in the stand arm.

If you wanted to use it as a replacement for a broken official stand, it will work though. Oh, and the fact it looks like the bootleg has been rolling around in the dirt.

The figure is supposed to have a subtle brown wash, however on the bootleg this has translated to a very uneven wash on the figure, which makes it look like mud.

It seems more visible in these photos than looking at it in person. It does offer one more test though — with the official, the head is practically straight when touching the upper back protrusion, but the bootleg is slightly looking up.

With my bootleg copy, his right leg will fall off very easily, and did fall off once or twice when I was moving the figure around. Articulating the joint, it will definitely have a propensity to fall off.

The upper arm joint was also fairly loose, but will stay most of the time. Action figures need a certain level of precision in their manufacture otherwise you end up with loose or too tight joints, and end up with… this mess.

One of the iconic features of the alien. For the official, we have a darker shell. Some of the moulding detail is missing from the bootleg — the ribbing on the tubes that go from the front to the back and the outer bone pieces within the shell lack finer detail.

The skull plate joins are also somewhat different. First thing that hits me is the poor paint quality of the teeth on the bootleg — both his inner and outer mouths are a mess.

I tried. For the inner mouth, the official is somewhat flawed, partly thanks to a mould line. We can also see how the clarity of the dome is much better on the official than the bootleg.

Here, the mould details are decently replicated, but the paint…. Also, can we get the bootleg Alien a bath? If I thought the official looked overly plain in spots, the bootleg trumps it with a lack of the knobbly textured effect that is on the flatter parts — especially noticeable on the buttocks.

Not really a great look imo. Did I mention that already? Not got much to add here, but we get to see yet more of the mud and the way that the bootleg was incorrectly assembled.

The moulding seems to be a decent copy, but the paint job has suffered. We can also see on this hand how unevenly the wash has been applied on the bootleg.

The silver nails, for the most part, have been painted OK though. Well, we can definitely tell these apart! The tail end has been assembled incorrectly on the bootleg and points the wrong way.

Um, one moment please! Unlike the official, pulling the hand can sometimes result in the joint coming out.

With the official, pulling off the hands will leave the joint in the wrist. The joints seem to be a bit short on the bootleg and a bit misshapen, which is likely the cause of this issue.

And the hole not being small enough to hold it tightly. The wrist joints have more of a habit of staying visible than the official, but the hand swap is possible.

For both the official and the bootleg I heated the hands to facilitate assembly. Overall, this bootleg is a mixed bag. Telling them apart, the bad paint job definitely gives the figure away, as well as the missing logos on the box.

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The front of the box is a direct copy, so not too much difference here. Comparing the plate part of her head, we can see the bootleg box lacks some of the yellow colouring, and comparing her leg we can see where the print is blurry compared to the official.

Here we can see that the copper parts of the box are more of a brass colour on the bootleg. From the way the light shines off of the boxes, we can see the bootleg box has a shinier finish.

Due to the difference in prints, the stone texture is quite a stark contrast between the two boxes. The bottom of the bootleg box is much more blueish in tone, compared to the official.

The clear plastic has a blueish tint to it, compared to the official. With the lower tray, we can see that the official has a matte plastic, whilst the bootleg is shiny and cheap.

This part of the box has the same indentations as the official. Comparing them to the rest of my Revoltech boxes, the design on the back varies to some degree, which made it hard to match up which was which.

The mould mark is consistent on all the official boxes though. Had even bigger issues telling which was official and which was not after I picked them up together and plonked them down.

Had to use some photos from a well-known retailer to ensure I had these correct. The print quality of the bootleg is about the same as the official, but the font of the lower writing is slightly different so the brackets are the same size as the numbers, and the upper text is slightly bulkier.

The accessories have very little difference, so on accessories alone it would be hard to tell. However, this will change when we get onto the base and the figure itself.

Very stark contrast in colours here — for the official base we have some grungy-looking concrete floor, with the weathering pattern continuing onto the grating.

And the bootleg… we have a painted concrete floor and a weird squiggle that almost looks like a question mark.

There is also no weathering effect on the grating. Yeah, deffo giving the points to the official base here. Would you like some air bubbles with that?

Main difference here is the lack of air bubbles on the official, making it look much better than its bootleg counterparts.

We do have slightly different clear plastics here, with a bit more clarity on the official. Not massively noticeable though. The bootleg is… very purple!

Maybe Lanard Toys used this as inspiration for the colour of their alien queen…. The official figure is a nice shade of blue-black throughout, but the bootleg is just a straight-up mess when it comes to colour.

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