|Photo credit: Amazon.com listing|
|Photo credit: Tim Burton productions, I think?|
|And thanks to Monster High, I can't see that window as anything but a coffin.|
Side view of the box. (Sorry for the bad lighting!)
Back of the box.
|Does he look frightened to you? I feel like he's looking a little freaked out.|
|Ah. Freedom. How sweet it is.|
|A big head calls for a big hat!|
|Mittens. For your protection.|
|Let's beam away some bratty kids!|
If you believed hard enough, it might actually be real chocolate! The raised filligrie is a nice decorative touch.
|Black is very slimming.|
|"Where are my Oompa Loompas?"|
|"I'm sure they must be here somewhere."|
|"Looks like it's just you and me!"|
|"You know what THAT means...!"|
|"It means I'm going to close my eyes and hope you go away."|
|"Oh great, the dream where I'm in a doll review naked."|
|Wiggly loose shoulder.|
So what fits Will? Well, so far I've discovered that 1D doll pants are a slightly loose fit, where Disney Store Prince pants (and classic Ken pants) are even more loose. Mattel's Flynn Rider shirt fits okay with a little cinching, and Monster High boy shoes fit him fantastically.
|"I assure you that I really AM Flynn Rider!"|
|Just a little tight.|
|There it is. Don't loose track of it!|
All in all, I'm happy to have him in my collection since I love the character, but I'm a bit put off by how delicate he is. I want to try posing him more, but I'm afraid something will snap and break! For $50 on Amazon.com, his fragile frame is a little disappointing. Maybe after he's hung around a little longer, I'll feel more daring with displaying and posing him. For now though, I'll be storing him in his box. Will was a bargain, but that doesn't mean he was cheap.