1997, Todd McFarlane Entertainment INCs
12 inch Action Figure.
There may be a refund on some shipping costs.
Note: Shipping is higher due to increased weight of the Action Figure, increase cost at post office and extra packing materials. Box is bigger and must include extra packing material. With USPS, UPS and Fed-EX, cost is similar for the cheapest method. If I can find cheaper, I will refund the difference.
Condition: Sealed in package and includes all accessories. Never opened. Corners have some issues/creases. The Top has some creases and the sides have creases. The figure is very nice and detailed. Heavy as well. See the pictures. Some of the grading criteria does not apply to this figure. In FN+ condition.
Criteria based on the TGA point system. More info in the FAQ. Contact me if you have any questions or wish to see a more pictures as I am not a professional grader.
Scores ranked in the 70-75 grade category often contain substantial defects and are considered average. The items card/box may have moderate to heavy wear. Very noticeable creasing [ranging in 2-4 inches in length and under] and or heavy shelf wear. Cards may have moderate price tag removal marks, corner lifting or bending and even small holes [usually made by staples or thumb tacks]. Slight tears on the card may be present but not longer then 1/2 inch in a grouping.
The bubble/blister can have moderate indents or creasing [not ranging in lengths over 4 inches], minor cracks and signs of yellowing. Yellowing will be noted next to the averaged score on the label grade and on the report card with a "Y". The bubble/blister may have minor lifting from the factory seal [not more than 10%]. The enclosed figure or item may have moderate overspray or factory paint wear but no broken or missing parts/joints. A plus sign may be issued to a collectible grading 70-75 but, you must see the overall report card grading sheet to determine which area brought the score up.
Grade conditions of 70-75 are usually unacceptable for collectors who want to keep items for their personal collection unless the figure/collectible is rare to come by. Loose figures graded with a 70-75 will have either moderate paint wear or serious joint wear but, no broken or missing parts.