I don’t mind admitting here I’ve got mixed emotions when it comes to Build-a-Figures (BAF). For the most part, I’ve been able to avoid them over the years. Mostly because I haven’t been all that interested in the figure Hasbro (or in DC’s case, Mattel) has offered up as the BAF.

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The other reason I’ve been able to avoid the Build-a-Figure?  I’m not a completist. There are usually one or two figures per line I don’t want that leave me uninterested in collecting the BAF. On top of that, at upwards of 20 bucks a pop (22 if you shop at a certain toy store with the letter ‘r’ prominent in its name), buying two figures you’re not really interested in just to get a BAF that you feel “meh” about isn’t really cost effective.

But if we’re really honest with one another, hobbies generally aren’t very cost effective.

Like what you’ve read there?  Then head on over to bamsmackpow to read the rest of the article, Review:  Hasbro Marvel Legends Allfather/King Thor Build-a-Figure.  And when you get there, tell ’em Jeffrey sent ya!

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