After a chance sighting in my local comic shop I impulse bought the Steph figure. I decided to review it a month ago and finally here is the review..
Very nice. The purple and yellow are vibrant and complement each other well. The colours look fairly deep and are nicely put on.
This is my first figure that moves at the waist. She also has articulation at the neck (sideways and up/down), elbows, shoulders, wrists and knees (sing along with me now...). her right hand is much looser than her left so I'm a little concerned it will fall off and I'll have a stumpy Batgirl. I currently have her in an about to kick someone inna fork pose:
It's pretty faithful to the comic. She has flat boots (hurrah) and her legs and arms are ribbed (not for anyone's pleasure). Her leg belt does appear to be inserted into her leg rather than sitting on top of it. Steph has many abilites but shapeshifter she ain't, so that much be quite painful for her. Her hair has good waves and is nicely defined The Bat ears are rather tall but it avoids looking daft as it is balanced out by the long hair. The cape is lovley - flexible and swept off to the side. Her breasts are of a normal teenage woman size.
Baaaaaaaaaaataarrrraaaaang! Yellow batarang! And a boshing stick. No I don't know the real name (baton?) so I call it a boshing stick. It fits in her belt and the batarang sits in her hand. Joy.
She also has this stupid platform to stand on - it's too small and looks daft. If you put both legs down they don't fit on the platform. Daft.
All in all though, I really like this figure. I want to bring it into work and have her on my desk, but I hotdesk so that's not really feasable. Maybe in the future when I hopefully can swap between just 2 desks.