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DC Universe DC UNIVERSE YOUNG JUSTICE Artemis Figure

A dynamic figure from the action-packed animated series!
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Customer Reviews for DC UNIVERSE YOUNG JUSTICE Artemis Figure
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thegalorian
Stunning figure.
Date:December 7, 2011
Pros: High quality
Cons: silly base
While I dont like the building accessory very much (seems cheesy) the figure looks great and brings the character to life. My dislike for the character doesn't affect my view on how great this toy is.
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Anonymous
Location:Garland, TX
Age:13+
Relationship:Family
Young Justice Artemis 6 inch Action Figure
Date:December 6, 2011
Artemis is a fun figure, but suffers from so many problems that most other Mattel DC Universe female figures suffer from. He has very thin limbs, specifically in her arms, and because of this the figure comes out of the package with her arms warped. It's not the worst thing in the world, but it is annoying.
Her hands are sculpted to hold her bow and and arrows, however both of her wrists are posed outward. This is very strange and makes it nearly impossible to pose her naturally holding an arrow to her and looking like she is going to shoot it. It is feasible, but it takes some time to get it right.
Her display base is fun, looking like a shooting range. The target has two spots that her arrows can plug into. There are nicely sculpted cracks around the impact points, and a quiver on the base to hold all of her arrows. She has a quiver on her back as well, but all the arrows inside are sculpted into it, so you won't be able to store the arrows she comes with in there.
Her ponytail is posable as well which makes it easier to pose her overall. And it pops out with relative ease, so you don't have to worry about tearing the peg.