The hard thing about collecting Silverhawks is that the flesh colored paint on them always flakes off the chrome finish. Plus the chrome finish can get scratched up. I think Steelwill is a decent sample... not perfect. He may end up only being a place holder in my collection. We shall see.
Along with the cool chrome finish, Silverhawks also have an action feature that causes their arms (and wings) to spread out when you squeeze their legs. This figures feature works great. I checked it before I bought him.
In the cartoon when their wings would come out all the Silverhawk's faces would be covered by a faceplate. This was not worked into the action figures. I think from a design stand point I'm glad they didn't ruin the head sculpts with the goody plates. I do think they should have released all these guys in another wave with different heads that represented them with the face shield on.
Steelwill's wings are a soft sparkly fabric piece that's attached to his back and clipped to his wrists. I've always been a big fan of the line and the cartoon. I need to track down Steelhart, I'm trying to get the old gang back together.
I got two recently of the silverhawks. never had em as a kid.ReplyDelete
Do you like them?Delete
Bluegrass was the only good guy I had as a kid,too.I remember having Mumbo Jumbo at some point as well.ReplyDelete
Good point about the face plates,i totally forgot about that.Some clip on masks could have worked,similar to Toybiz Wolverine.Delete
The clip on mask is a good idea.Delete