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Video Review Robot Rocket Miniatures - Bite The Bullet

Discussion in 'Reviews , Video Reviews and Open Book' started by MrBMB, Dec 7, 2021.

  1. MrBMB A Fixture

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    Robot Rocket Miniatures - Bite The Bullet



    • Miniature type : Full Figure.
    • Miniature Scale : 75mm
    • Parts : 8
    • Sculpted By: Charles Agius of CASculpts
    • Box Art : Aythami Alonso Torrent
    • Cast by : CMA Creative Solutions Ltd
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    Trep, Airkid, 1969 and 2 others like this.
  2. Babelfish A Fixture

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    United-Kingdom
    I don't always comment or watch every one, but your video reviews are the next best thing to holding a piece in your hands and looking at it up close. Keep up the good work!

    As for the piece itself, it looks to be of a very high quality and is a really cool bit of sci-fi that appears to have drawn some of its inspiration from the "Aliens" movie and graphic novels franchise. I'm seeing a hybrid of the Ripley character and a Colonial Marine trooper calling out for an urgent pick-up by a drop-ship as the xenomorphs close in.

    I'm wondering if the "1/4" thing might mean "part 1 of 4" and it's the first part of an extended vignette, with 3 more parts to come? Speculation on my part but it's obviously not a scale reference!

    I might buy this.

    - Steve
    Mike - The Kiwi and DaddyO like this.
  3. 1969 A Fixture

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    United-Kingdom
    Had my eye on this figure and might well pick one up after this review rather than the bust version.
    I think the 1/4 refers to 1 of four in regards to parts/sprues in the kit, the other parts are also numbered accordingly.
    Cheers
    Steve
  4. Airkid PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    England
    Good stuff Mr BMB! A very dynamic piece, very cleverly painted by Sr Torrent. I would normally say this wasn't in my comfort zone, but on reflection, I'd enjoy painting it.

    Phil
  5. MrBMB A Fixture

    Thankyou Steve for taking the time to comment. I try take make most of my figure videos to help someone watching decide if they want to buy it or not. I have had some people ask why I don't do many negative reviews and the answer is I have been around for awhile and I normally do enough research before I buy or know the companies past figures to know what I'm getting. I don't like wasting my time paying for bad figures and then reviewing them. Although it does happen from time to time :)
    Airkid and Babelfish like this.
  6. Ong Active Member

    I've been waiting for this figure for a while as I don't normally paint busts. It's one of the few original design 75mm full figure Sci-Fi figures with a base available that appears realistic and not Anime or squat proportions like a wargame mini.

    Your video reviews are excellent, MrBMB, and I enjoy seeing them on YouTube. Many of your purchases I agree with as "winners."

    What is even better are your end-of-the-month new kit news as I really enjoy those videos and seeing what is new. I will need to contact you if I see something in them that I don't know anything about. :)

    Keep up the good reviews and videos! :)

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