Spotlight: Hero of OZ: Scarecrow

Hero of OZ: The Scarecrow

Protector of the Cornfield and Ace sniper of OZ. His brain can calculate distance, wind speed and even barometric pressure in an instant as he takes aim at his target. He defends OZ from evil and is aligned with Christmas against the Killer Pumpkins.

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You can find him in the Storybook Section of the Victory Store.

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One of over 1000 figures in the Victory Store.

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2 Responses to Spotlight: Hero of OZ: Scarecrow

  1. Akos Buky says:

    A great figure, I have it. I especially like the enhancement of the background!

    Is there another forum to discuss the figs? I feel kind of weird practically being the only one commenting.

    • Thanks
      Background is from not putting a light on the curved backdrop when taking the photo. I liked the shadow, so I did not take it out like I usually do.

      Not sure why you are the only one that comments. Don’t stop.
      Lots of readers each day, just none seem to want to comment.
      Thanks as always

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