This figure was an abomination from head to toe. Well maybe not the head so much. But the body is skeletal; hands like a fashion doll; uniform swamps him; scarf is huge; plastic boots that only Barbie could be proud of.
The original price tag on this was £100!
I got suckered in because it was available at 30-something quid.
For a long while I afforded this Indy dolly the privilege of standing at the back of the shelf where it couldn't be seen. But then even that became too much, and I took the Cross of Coronado from him (which is the only decent part of this set) and put him in the attic where he can't be seen at all.
I also got suckered into buying the Medicom Raiders
Indy because he was also 30-something quid. That horror is also now in the attic.
I don't know how Medicom ever became so popular or command such a high price tag. Even the old (and much cheaper) Dragon figures were of higher quality.
I can't say that I hate Medicom, as I kinda like the Mutt figure once I'd wrapped his torso in paper so he didn't look so skeletal.
Mutt? Yes. Oh the irony. But he was another impulse 30-something-quid buy. Only Hot Toys have the power to make me part with over £100 for a figure.