Tuesday, August 6, 2019

HIYA Toys Red Hood Figure Review

Hiya Toys Red Hood
Red Hood is an awesome character from the Batman and DC Universe.  He's very popular in many comic series as well as in figure form.  A good amount of DC characters are based on super powers, but Red Hood likes his weapons and taking people out.  He has a lot of moves in Injustice 2 that are hard to beat, but he can be a little hard to master.  I was really excited to review this figure by Hiya toys as he comes with some great accessories!
Pros
  • Excellent pain apps
  • 4 interchangeable hands
  • 2 Pistols
  • 2 different grenades
  • knife
Cons
  • Overall a great figure with no cons
Figure
Red Hood comes loaded with accessories, and this is needed to really deliver a nice Red Hood figure.  He holds all of his weapons really well, with accessories being small this was a huge concern of mine.  I really enjoy the two different types of bombs/grenades he comes with, it really adds to the figure. I was able to put him in some really great poses with no issues at all.  All of his joints are perfect and the paint apps looking amazing on this figure in particular. Red Hood is probably the most detailed out of all of the Injustice 2 figures that have been released by Hiya toys.
Overall
Red Hood is a must buy for so many great reasons.  If you like DC, Batman or even Injustice 2 this is a figure you must pick up. Don't worry about the size/scale of the figure because he really allows you to do the things larger figures can as well.  Out of all of the Hiya figures I have played with, this one in particular really offers the most with weapons and details.  I am really impressed with what Hiya has been producing from the Injustice 2 line and can't wait to see what else they put out! Let us know what you think of Red Hood if you happen to pick him up!
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