Dr_Ball_MD wrote:That's amazing! I wish I still had my childhood Zuckuss.
The polish bootlegs use mostly Biker Scout limbs.
My 48-C, graded an 80 due to an almost invisible crease in the top corner and a tiny bit of biro on the back but it's a beautiful piece. I bought this one as my first ever figure as a kid was Zuckuss on Empire card.
Until I get mintier ones here's a split bubble tri-logo and a couple of coin offers.
Ok, not vintage but I love him, Gentle Giant 12" 4-LOM.
Dr_Ball_MD wrote:Lili Ledy graded Zuckuss.
Pictured with Lili Ledy cardback.
Clearer scans of Lili Ledy cardback.
Oracle wrote:Wow - some lovely examples of Zuckuss you have Dr_Ball! Strange how those bootlegs kind of get the head and torso right, but the limbs are way-off. Really great MOC and Revenge proof.
Here's my childhood Kenner 77 back ROTJ Zuckuss, the cardback and bubble (75% attached) are original to the figure.
Of the figures with unique weapons I always thought Zuckuss had the coolest gun!
apack7229 wrote:Here’s mine. The cut bubble is opened on two sides.
Clarkspie&chips wrote:Here is my 48 back
and my revenge proof.
Touche Dr Ball!