Review: Big Chief James Bond (Goldfinger)

While no one is expecting 1/6th collectibles to talk (not yet anyway), there has been a lot of expectation surrounding Big Chief Studio’s release of their figures from the 007 classic, Goldfinger.

For many collectors, the lack of figures representing the varied array of Bonds has been a big, missing gap in the one-sixth universe. Aside from the various, expectedly cheap-looking, mass-produced and unlicensed knock-offs or the very expensive, and long since sold out custom versions, there has not been a line of sixth-scale secret agents to fill that Aston-Martin-sized hole on the shelf of many Bond enthusiasts.

But Big Chief Studios, also a collectible figure distributor based in the UK and known recently for their line of Doctor Who sixth-scale figures, has finally secured the much-coveted license from the Flemming Estate, the custodians of the Bond brand. Their three initial releases are; James Bond (as portrayed by Sean Connery), Auric Goldfinger, and Auric’s lethal butler, Oddjob. I’ll be reviewing all three, starting with Bond…

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