One thing you'll note immediately is that PINHEAD here has a BIG HEAD. It's not just his hair making his head look big, his head is actually kinda big.
When I ordered this doll, the preview photos all showed his hair slicked back in what appeared to be a solid mass. Imagine my surprise to discover that he actually has beautifully rooted hair! Tollytots Oz comes with his outfit, his spiffy top hat that won't really sit on his head unless you squish it on a bit, a small "China Girl" figure with LaLaLoopsy-mini-type articulation (boo, I'd hoped for more!), his travelling bag (not shown) and a plastic "O" shape charm that is an antique gold color.
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit has laid claim to this charm, and announced he is now to be known as OSWALD the Great and Powerful. Details on that as the situation develops.
Second let down, Oz has no articulation in his knees. They're solid plastic, without even a click joint.
|And BOOM! Suddenly he looks like a waiter!|
|"May I have this dance, miss?"|
With the addition of his dress slacks and the boots from the Disney Store celebration 2-pack, Eugene's ready to test ZZ Top's assertion that every girl's crazy about a sharp dressed man.
Note, it appears to be working.
Also note: Eugene's mop of molded-on hair barely does better at keeping the top hat on his head than Oz's rooted hair. He looks like a shyster Abe Lincoln in that hat.
All in all, I'm left with a mixed reaction to Oz. The nice rooted hair (with sideburns) basically just offsets the disappointing articulation and weird proportions of the doll itself. The suit is nice, but the hat won't sit on his head. The mini doll of China is a great bonus, but neither she nor Oz himself can stand unassisted.