Again, to recap...
Same DPCI for both signature case assortments.
Price: $19.99 even if the shelf tag says $20.99.
So time for Quake!
You guys that know me would really think she was my favorite. I mean, dark clothes, pale skin, funky short-ish hair. She looks like my type of doll, but she was only third most wanted.
She's seriously badass though. I mean, best outfit of the three hands down.
Quake is a little bit "What if Mal from the Descendants joined G.I. Joe."
I mean, tell me she doesn't look like a Cobra agent or something. That's a pretty tactical-looking outfit.
It's gorgeous. The top is faux leather with loads of printed details. The pants also have tons of detail. Her boots are stunning. The hand molds are excellent and I like how they lead into the cuffs, even if the cuffs have the same problem as Kamala's. (They're slit so the fabric pokes through.)
Her animated design has a regular belt and a thigh belt. I don't think they're connected, but it was wise of Hasbro to do that so the thigh belt can exist without falling off all the time.
The belt does have a part where it unhooks, so this thing is easy to take off and put on.
All of their outfits are actually easy to take off and put back on. The hands pop off, although America's fit easily through her sleeves when I put her top back on over them.
She really is giving me Baroness vibes. Ha.
It's the very sleek design, I think.
Sleek. Full-coverage. Dangerous.
My photos do not do those boots justice either. They're amazing. I'll have to shoot them again.
Quake has the best hair of the three I have. It lays nicely and I love the colors.
Quake's power accessory is this awesome burst. You take off her hand to slide it on, then put the hand back. It looks really cool!
And now we can finally look at the bodies.
According to Hasbro, there are 15 points of articulation.
Neck, shoulders, hips, elbows, wrists, thighs, knees.
That's 13. But the knees have two joints, so I guess they're counting that to make 15.
The knees are pretty cool though.
As you can see, each one of the girls has a different body type.
And a different butt!
Quake does not sit very well. She leans back a lot, whereas America and Kamala sit fine.
Quake has a slight high-heel arch to her foot, while Kamala and America are flat. Those two stand on their own a lot more easily than Quake, although she can do it, too. It's just not very stable.
So I did not do any size comparisons with other dolls or clothing try-ons or anything like that. I'm going to let you guys tell me what you want to know. I mean, I can say right now these girls aren't going to have great shoe options. They're also pretty good-sized, so clothes-sharing is going to be limited, but please ask away! I'd be happy to try stuff on them or take body pics next to Barbies or something. I bet America could fit some of the curvy Barbie clothes.
PHOTO CREDITS: Mine.