2018 NYCC Exclusive One:12 Collective Wolverine Ronin Figure From Mezco

2018 NYCC Exclusive One:12 Collective Wolverine Ronin Figure From Mezco


Jay Cochran - September 26, 2018
The One:12 Collective Wolverine 5 Ronin figure depicts the mutant enduring the brutality of 17th century Japan. Based on his appearance in Ď5 Roniní, Wolverine is authentically dressed in traditional samurai clothing and comes complete with two katana swords of arming length, and two sheaths that can be neatly tucked into his waist belt and a scarf.

Wolverine is forced to walk the lonely path of the masterless samurai in the violent and tumultuous world of feudal Japan. Determined to avenge his brother, Wolverine sets off to find the Damiyo who is responsible for his brotherís demise.

THE ONE:12 COLLECTIVE WOLVERINE 5 RONIN FIGURE FEATURES:
- One:12 Collective body with over 28 points of articulation
- Two (2) head portraits
- Hand painted authentic detailing
- Approximately 17cm tall
- Seven (7) interchangeable hands
One (1) pair of fists (L&R)
One (1) pair of clawed fists (L&R)
One (1) pair of sword holding hands (L&R)
One (1) posing hand (R)


COSTUME:
- Kamishimo with kimono, hakama, jacket and waist belt
- Scarf with integrated posing wire
- Geta style shoes


ACCESSORIES:
- One (1) long katana sword with sheath
- One (1) short katana sword with sheath
- One (1) One:12 Collective display base with logo
- One (1) One:12 Collective adjustable display post

Each One:12 Collective Wolverine 5 Ronin figure is packaged in a collector friendly box, designed with collectors in mind.

This limited edition Mezco Fall Exclusive is only available via their website and at the Mezco Toyz NYCC booth #1954, while supplies last.
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versus_mode - 2018-10-04 @ 11:41 pm

God, those head sculpts are amazing! Would totally get this and use the regular hairstyle one on a ML, if it fit.

cbatesLegends - 2018-10-04 @ 10:48 pm
On 10/3/2018 at 1:08 PM, The Mad Bubbler said:

It's very hard to do soft goods on a scale this small- the weave of the fabric, etc., just tends to look too big, and it's harder to get them to sit right, since they don't have a lot of weight to them. Mezco definitely does a better job than most, though.

Thats true. I very rarely find any soft goods on figures I like. Off the top of my head the only figure I think looks good with cloth goods in my collection is my darth revan figure

The Mad Bubbler - 2018-10-03 @ 5:08 pm
On 9/26/2018 at 2:31 PM, cbatesLegends said:

Ive looked at these mezco figures and I really dont like the look of the cloth goods. I like the head sculpt with his hair pulled back. I just dont like the look of the cloth clothes on this.

It's very hard to do soft goods on a scale this small- the weave of the fabric, etc., just tends to look too big, and it's harder to get them to sit right, since they don't have a lot of weight to them. Mezco definitely does a better job than most, though.

abnuggler - 2018-10-01 @ 10:58 pm
7 hours ago, FASVB said:

The TMNT is a very special case. Playmates Toys is the master license holder. The only way that Neca is allowed to make this figures is in exclusive packages at cons. For some reason thaey could negotiate the release as single card figures, but this companies (Playmates, Hasbro and Mattel) are usually very hard to negotiate. One explanation for this exception, is that either Playmates have no interest in exploring the movie turtles or the simple fact that is a store exclusive qualified the figures to be distributed. This reminds me when Neca managed to make 7 inc scale DC movie figures (Superman and Batman) and that Harley Quinnfrom the Arkham game as Toys R Us exclusives.

Yeah I was aware of that, apparently Neca did come to an understanding with Playmates where they let them release these figures as specialty store exclusives (probably because playmates finally understood that those type of figures were geared more towards collector market and it wouldnt affect thekid toy market they go for, and werent really intrested in getting in the collector market). I was just using that set as an example of an exclusive that shouldnt be an exclusive because itends up making a lot of collectors mad, beingan item that would easily sell well on regular/mass distribution and is very sought after and the only way to get it is through attending a show is a bad idea IMO (I understand in this case at the time it was the only way NECA could release them but its just an example of an exclusive that shouldnt be), instead of an exclusive that fits right being a more niche product that everyday collectors wont be that upset if they cant get their hands on them.

FASVB - 2018-10-01 @ 3:34 pm
12 hours ago, abnuggler said:

Totaly agree, exclusives should be figures that are cool but are not must haves that way people who want them will try to get their hands on them even with the "exclusivity" price, and people who dont can just pass on them.IE Neca's Movie TMNT set vs Super 7's Laughing prince Adam: Making a set like the TMNT SDCC exclusive was really bad at first cause everyone knew these items were going to have an extremely high demand (thank god neca realized this and was able to release them individually through gamestop later on), where as Laughing He-Man was a perfect exclusive, its an item that motu collectors and casual collectors might want but its not a figure that if you couldnt get your hands on it youd feel like your collection was incomplete.

The TMNT is a very special case. Playmates Toys is the master license holder. The only way that Neca is allowed to make this figures is in exclusive packages at cons. For some reason thaey could negotiate the release as single card figures, but this companies (Playmates, Hasbro and Mattel) are usually very hard to negotiate. One explanation for this exception, is that either Playmates have no interest in exploring the movie turtles or the simple fact that is a store exclusive qualified the figures to be distributed. This reminds me when Neca managed to make 7 inc scale DC movie figures (Superman and Batman) and that Harley Quinnfrom the Arkham game as Toys R Us exclusives.

Nighter619 - 2018-10-01 @ 6:56 am

Great figure for an exclusive. I woke up on the west coast at 4 Am for last years exclusives. Not this year Im sleeping in

abnuggler - 2018-10-01 @ 2:44 am
21 minutes ago, FASVB said:

That is the point of exclusives. Imagine if they made like an Age of Apocalypse or other cooler and very wanted figure lik?e they did last year.

? Exclusives are always supposed to be this: cool figures, but that don'thave such a high demand.

Totaly agree, exclusives should be figures that are cool but are not must haves that way people who want them will try to get their hands on them even with the "exclusivity" price, and people who dont can just pass on them.IE Neca's Movie TMNT set vs Super 7's Laughing prince Adam: Making a set like the TMNT SDCC exclusive was really bad at first cause everyone knew these items were going to have an extremely high demand (thank god neca realized this and was able to release them individually through gamestop later on), where as Laughing He-Man was a perfect exclusive, its an item that motu collectors and casual collectors might want but its not a figure that if you couldnt get your hands on it youd feel like your collection was incomplete.

FASVB - 2018-10-01 @ 2:18 am
On 9/27/2018 at 5:58 AM, Falls22 said:

Yeah, does seem like an odd and obscure piece for Mezco to do, but hey theres at least someone out there wholl buy it.

That is the point of exclusives. Imagine if they made like an Age of Apocalypse or other cooler and very wanted figure like they did last year.

Exclusives are always supposed to be this: cool figures, but that don'thave such a high demand.

jinxthejiv23 - 2018-09-30 @ 1:40 pm

i still need to add a mezco to my collection. they are tempting but sometimes i think the clothing looks kinda weird

Leobas128 - 2018-09-29 @ 2:14 pm

I think a need wolverine from mezco, but i have some doubts because the x-force and classic are still available, so that makes me think there is something with the figures

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