Okay. I'm back. Sorry to take a few days with the photos of the "Logray". (I'd left my camera at my parents.) Anyway, please forgive the somewhat terrible pictures. (Why is it so hard to take pics on a digital camera?? Grrr!!)
Anyway, since I don't have a real Logray yet, I can't make side-by-side comparissons. But Wicket came in handy at one point.
- Right off the bat, I noticed the different paint job. It's a lot more shiny than real Kubricks. Just look at his hands and feet on some of those photos. Way too shiny. And it's hard to tell from my crappy photos, but his tummy's also got really shiny paint.
- His hands are not real Kubrick hands. How do I know? I cannot, for the life of me, put that damned stick in his left hand. It is impossible. WTF?? It is made of some wicked-harder plastic. Aren't Kubrick hands supposed to be softer? More like rubber, but harder? This is ridiculously hard to bend.
- The paint detail on his medical bag is also crappy. Goes outside the 'line' on some of the bits. Looks like blotches of grey, yellow... yuck!
- And last, but not least, look at how wide I was able to open his legs. That's what gave it away. Star Wars Kubricks are sometimes hard to stand perfectly still. Their legs, because of them being made 'Unbreakable', can't be moved like non-Star Wars 'bricks. (Some of them, like my Leia and Boba Fett have their toes somewhat pointing each other - am I right?) Try opening other Star Wars Kubricks' legs that wide, it's damn near impossible.
Conclusion: Fake Logray.