He is known elsewhere as The Falcon, but here he is no superhero. The Hot Toys Falcon was a bit more than what I wanted to pay, so I picked up this handsome head only. He let me know that if he couldn't be a superhero, he at least wanted to be tall. So, I made up my mind to get him a tall body one day. His head has been languishing in my drawer of forgotten heads since last year.
When I recently removed myself from my doll buying hiatus, one of the first things I did was buy one of the Coo Model tall bodies for Sam.
The figure is well made and the joints are tight. He poses well, and comes with 7 hands (none of them are relaxed hands, unfortunately). His legs have an extra segment, which gives him his extra height.
I put Sam's head on, and I was a little disappointed. The body is a little darker than the head, and the head doesn't sit on the neck quite right. I looked around for something that would cover his neck a bit, and tried this ill-fitting suit on him. Not a good look.
Tobias tried to hide, but I saw him with that suit that was slightly too large. I decided to swap suits between the two of them. Below, Samuel shows off the shirt and slacks. It doesn't look bad on him at all, and I'm happy that the shirt covers his neck.
Here he is fully suited.
Tobias is not a happy camper at all. One of these days, I will buy him something fabulous to wear. Meanwhile, Samuel is thrilled with his attire.
Here is a quick height comparison between Samuel and some of my other figures. From left to right (and shortest to tallest) they are: GI Joe Colin Powell, Triad Omega, Samuel, Remi, and Scottie Pippen.
Samuel is about the same height as the taller Fashion Royalty ladies.
Samuel prefers to hang out with the fashionable crowd, but he wants it to be known that he can hold his own in any action-packed situation, should the need arise.