This giant lady pushed my little photo tent to its limits this week. I also have no idea where to display her in my collection. She measures in at 14" tall and all my Ikea shelves fall woefully short of that stature. Regardless of my shock over her height, this figure is stunning. The original design for Cheetara has never had a new figure until this release. Yes, the new ThunderCats figures were great and the new designs were cool, but nothing can ever top a classic 80's look. I've been tempted by the Mega-scale figures since they first started appearing in TRU a few years ago. But the only thing holding me back was the uncertainty of a Cheetara release. Of course, now the old ones are too pricey. Sigh. Maybe now they'll make a Pumyra so she's not the only tall girl at the party. These figures are nicely made. She seems to be rotocast in a sturdy hollow vinyl and features ten points of articulation. Her leg articulation doesn't offer much variation if you want her to keep standing, but the arms and head can actually work together to give you a lot of different looks. Let's check her out below!
This review is going to be basically all pictures because I'm running super late :)
Time for a Comparison Pic!