After opening 2 of the wave 2 comic packs the other day, I can definitely say that they're a great value! The figures you get in this set are well worth the $10.99 you pay per set.
Quinlan Vos & Vilmar Grhark
This is a good set. The sculpts are solid all the way around. Vos's face looks a little on the thin side, but that's a minor consideration. His facial markings also seem a little muted, but in the end it may make them look more natural. The clothing they chose for Vos is cool, being the garb that he wore while he was seeking out Dooku during the Clone Wars. It's not the traditional Jedi robes and I think that helps breaks things up for the Jedi in general.
Villie looks great and is pretty spot on for Dark Horse's favorite Devaronian. He's definitely pretty aggressive looking and nowhere near being a Labria repaint.
The accessories for both are pretty standard fare, with a lightsaber and blaster included with Vos and a blaster and ammo bandolier for Villie. Both have sculpted holsters and the weapons are decent. This may only be an issue with my set, but the lightsaber hilt wound up being a little bit bent for how it was packaged.
The only complaints I have for this set? There's no knee or ankle articulation on either figure. I think that limits Vos more than Villie, as the skirt/tunic limits Vos's leg movements a little more and that added articulation might have helped the figure. But the rest of the articulation is good, with ball jointed shoulders and elbows, standard hips and ball jointed heads. The ball jointed head should make swapping Vos's head to another Jedi body pretty easy.
Obi-Wan Kenobi & Alpha
If you want some bang for your buck, buy this comic 2-pack. These are a couple of great sculpts with up to date articulation and accessories.
Obi-Wan Kenobi is built on the ROTS Obi-Wan Kenobi Pilot "chassis". It's the same body and legs as the older version with some tweaks to make this a Battle of Jabiim Obi-Wan. The chief differences? A new head sculpt, newly sculpted arms, a softgoods skirt and the plastic cloak. There's also the additional Sith torture mask, but I really don't have much use for that. But this Obi-Wan would be a great stand-in for any AOTC era Obi-Wan Kenobi, and the articulation is great.
Alpha is just phenomenal. I'm not certain what Clone Trooper might be the basis for this one, but it's a great sculpt. The articulation is great, with ball joints at the head, shoulders, elbows, knees and ankles and standard articulation at the hips, wrists and waist. The helmet is removable and somewhat snug. The pauldron is all new with added pouches and a utility hose that connects to the wristguard. The rifle is an improved version of the one that came with the CW ARC Troopers, and the kama is all new.
Negatives? There really aren't any that I can think of. Personally I would have preferred a sg cloak for Obi-Wan, especially since the sg cloaks have come so far in the past couple of years. But then I can always take off the existing cloak and replace it with a sg one.