They just do not look like Mando warriors, that's all i am sayying.
I'd disagree, but only because Mando warriors aren't something we see a lot of. I'll take "I don't like them" or "they didn't fit with my idea of what they should be," but we've seen very few unhelmeted Mandalorians on-screen. (A one-off article in a magazine does not established continuity make.) Jango Fett had practically pristine armor, and just a couple of minor scars-- which you really don't see when scaled down to a 3 3/4-inch action figure. Meanwhile, Boba Fett looks like he got beaten with everything the galaxy had to throw at him. And Pre Vizsla is pretty clean looking, including his face and armor. (Since we see scars on Clones, this was likely not an oversight.) So as on-screen appearances go, I wouldn't say the six Mandalorians in the EE exclusive packs don't fly in the face of most of the major film/video stories.
Heck, even Tobbi and Fenn were pretty boring looking. Tobbi was a thin bald guy, and Fenn's hair is pretty non-warrior-like. (In some of the Marvel SW comics, I'd almost say he looked more like a Ken doll.) Hondo Karr had some pretty wacky hair in the comics, even though he's from a different era he's just another blond dude.
While we did see some nice drawings in that one Star Wars Insider article, well, I basically give the movies, TV, and comics (in that order) as taking precedent over magazine articles and novels. But that's me.
The nature of "Mandalore" has been pretty inconsistent from the get-go. Marvel had one take. The 1990s Expanded Universe sorta had something else. I thought I remember reading, around 2002, that the Mandalorians were basically wiped out and Jango (and Boba) were pretty much all that remained, or am I misremembering? And then we saw all these drill sergeants, which I thought were these under-the-radar guys, and then it slowly started creeping out that there was a whole Mandalorian culture floating around out there around the time of that magazine article in the Star Wars Insider. And then all of that got tweaked with The Clone Wars last season.
I guess there's just so much material out there on these guys that, whatever you'd like to make as a case for your view on them, you can probably do. Since there were no pre-existing interpretations of these characters, I have no real beef with how they turned out because Dred Priest didn't conflict with any existing Dred Priest stuff I saw. Also, if you want to get technical (and since I'm here anyway, why not), who's to say what they look like? It used to be that your average office tech guy was thought of as having glasses, a white shirt, and a tie. Now you're just as likely to see someone with piercings and tattoos and maybe crazy dyed hair. The whole preppie thing seemed to invade hip hop for a few minutes, so Mandalorian culture-- like any culture-- seems to be filled with lots of unique individuals from diverse backgrounds who, apparently, look a lot like your average toy company employee. Good on them for keeping their helmets on and not getting too beaten up, which I believe was something that came up as a "Rookie Mistake" on The Clone Wars TV show this season.
So yeah, Star Wars remains open to interpretation. Hasbro's interpretation certainly fits within the confines of what Lucasfilm and its licensees have previously established over the past 3 decades but I totally get that it isn't necessarily quite what everybody would have expected. And it's entirely possible we'll see a new interpretation of the warrior clan come the live-action TV series.