Internally dubbed "Naked Bloody Brock," the figure only says Brock Samson on the package. As with the others in this line, this was one of my ideas that I was kind of surprised that we got - most of the details are exactly what I asked for, save for one. I wanted his butt to be fully-sculpted on the backside (after all, that's how it was on the TV show) with a censored label on the front to disguise his Ken doll facade. Another story I won't get too much into is how the development of the figure at one point had a body part sculpted there that rhymes with the word "Brock" but let's not get into that right now.
The black censored tape on his front and back is easily removed - it's not very tacky, and sticks less than a post-it note. It's exactly the kind of thing you want on a figure like this so it won't ruin the paint, and oh boy is there a lot of red paint here. The figure is molded in a "flesh" plastic with liberal applications and splatters of red, just like in the episode "Victor. Echo. November." It's the one where the Monarch meets up with JollyRancher82 after meeting her on the LiveJournal.
The figure itself is as interesting as a novelty as I hope it's useful as custom fodder - where else are you going to get a naked body for your 3 3/4-inch figure needs? Sure, he's tall at nearly 5-inches but he should be. The dude is ripped, and the articulation moves freely. I had no problems getting him to stand or sit, but there was an assembly error on my sample - the lower torso was backward. The legs pop off and you can flip it around, so there's no problem there. He has 8 points of articulation, like the other Brocks, but this one feels like it has higher production values.
In person it looks great - the body has a decent level of sculpted detail, and the head looks good if you look at it with human eyes. Under a macro lens, it doesn't quite look as good, but it looks great on a desk or a shelf.
3,000 of him were made so I'd suggest getting one as there won't be another run. Plus it's Brock. It's a novel figure and I doubt any other company would want to try this particular "outfit," so I'm pretty proud that it got to be made.
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