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Thundercats Snarf

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Manufacturer: LJN

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      26.08.2010 17:32
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      decent enough figure

      In every cartoon show there is always an annoying sidekick. I cite Orko in 'He Man' and Scrappy in 'Scooby Doo.' In 'Thundercats' the annoying sidekick was Snarf. I have no idea what he was supposed to be. A cross between a rabbit, a snail, a dwarf and a weasel. I used to despise the character because of his attention seeking ways and the way episodes would panda to his juvenile jokes. I was a discerning viewer! I still collected the toys though and had a Snarf figure.

      The toy was one of the first figures to be made by LJN and stands at about four inches in height, so he is not really in proportion to the other figures, he is clearly too big. The toy is very well made though from a plastic resin, solid throughout with really sturdy stiff joints that stand the test of time. You can actually move his head and arms for playability, though less leg movement is offered by Snarf.

      The face design is pretty accurate with a good use of colours and his tufty beard thing in place. The cheeky expression has been caught well and the poky ears also look right to me. I would suggest that his eyes are too small though and could have made more beady looking. There is sufficient detailing on his chest piece and the fur has a textured appeal, though again could have been made more ruffled looking.

      The toy can be bought these days for about three pounds loose from auction sites. Snarf, to the best of my knowledge did not come with any extras, because he is only a companion toy. A well made figure and worth considering for collectors, but not one of my personal favourites because I do not like the character!

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