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REVIEW: Sucklord 77

23 April 2006 at 4:24 PM 2 Comments


Suckadelic has released the latest incarnation of the Sucklord figure Sucklord 77.  The updated Supervillain was released in conjunction with the latest version o the Galactic Jerkbag figure.

First off, you need to know that this isn’t a Boba Fett figure.  He might look like him, but the Sucklord specializes in bootleg figures from a tiny, little Chinatown sweatshop.  Or at least that’s what he says.

If you’ve picked up the Sucklord 66 or the Sucklord 75 figures, you know that these are art pieces and not really action figures.  It feels to be made of resin and cast from a variety of Star Wars toys. 


“Dropping the 75 from his title, the new Sucklord 77 emerges outta nowhere with new gear, new beats, a new crew, and new ladies.”  The figure is clear blue and is speckled with silver paint.  It’s carded in a low-tech way.  The card is a piece of cardboard with blue pieces of paper of each side.  The paper also has blue and silver paint splattered across it and the plastic case.

Remember that each figure will differ since they are all handmade. This limited edition figure is available through the Suckadelic online store for $30 (shipping included).

Sucklord 77 Grades:
Quality: 6/10
Paint: 7/10
Durability: 7/10
Hype: 6/10
Fun Factor: 9/10
Overall: 7.7/10

You can purchase the figure straight from Suckadelic here.

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2 Responses to “REVIEW: Sucklord 77”

  1. your name here says:

    this is the only designer toy I actually like.

  2. your name here says:

    this is the only designer toy I actually like.

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