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    Need is such a needy word Mack's Avatar
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    Question Questions for anyone who owns an Eric So Hellboy

    Are the joints loose or tight? Is the plate in the foot actually screwed in or is it glued on? I recently purchased one and it is missing the edition plate on the bottom of the foot (no holes for screws) and the joints feel loose to me. Thanks in advance for the help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack View Post
    Are the joints loose or tight? Is the plate in the foot actually screwed in or is it glued on? I recently purchased one and it is missing the edition plate on the bottom of the foot (no holes for screws) and the joints feel loose to me. Thanks in advance for the help!

    Craig
    Oh, man... I really wish I still had mine. I believe the plate in the foot is glued in. I don't remember seeing anything that would indicate otherwise. The plate is slightly recessed into the foot, am I correct? I seem to remember it being that way.

    Concerning the joints, I think the one that I had had tight joints. I think they are articulated, but I never liked to move mine too much in order to prevent them from getting loose. Not sure if any of this helps, but I thought I'd at least throw in what little I know.

    If you ever decide to let this baby go, let me know! :)

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    The plate on mine is screwed on to the left foot...joints are kinda tight,but I have the jacket on.

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    Thanks for the responses!

    Gary, is there any wiggle at all with the joints, specifically the Right Hand of Doom? Are you positive the plate is actually screwed in? Sorry to question you but I need this clarified. Wormwood remembers it being glued so I'm curious if they are faux screws.

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    I'll post a pic when I get home,bud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdeo View Post
    I'll post a pic when I get home,bud.
    Thanks. I have to figure out if I should file a claim. Ugh... I 've wanted this thing for so damn long

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    Mine arrived with the leg broken but have since repaired it.

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    I didn't know what an Eric So Hellboy was, so I Googled it. This was among the images:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=eric...NZgD_4JGdcOBM:

    Looks like screws to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdeo View Post
    Mine arrived with the leg broken but have since repaired it.
    Mine isn't really repairable. There is no plate and if those are indeed real screws, mine has no holes where they would go in. Is the RHoD tight in place or does it wobble a bit?

    Quote Originally Posted by thb View Post
    I didn't know what an Eric So Hellboy was, so I Googled it. This was among the images:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=eric...NZgD_4JGdcOBM:

    Looks like screws to me.
    My wife and I searched through these pics last night. It's still unclear to me if the plate is actually screwed in.

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    RHOD is solid..and there are definitely screws...here's a pic i took for you.


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    That's what I was after! Thank you for doing that. I just sent an email to Eric So to see if he can give any input.

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    What number do you have...is it an artist proof?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdeo View Post
    What number do you have...is it an artist proof?
    CoA says 731.

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