- Series 2
Sculpted by Clayburn Moore
These are pretty common; hard to find in stores, but easily accessible on Ebay. Sarah Michelle Gellar wasn't pleased with the first
figure that was done, so for this one she had the sculptors do a headscan
on her so that they could provide a more accurate representation. Comes
only on card.
Buffy is wearing an outfit from Season 3: A black tanktop with red
leather pants and black heels. She comes with a custom graveyard base that
has a headstone with daises at the base. Comes with a pistol crossbow, two
stakes, sickle blade and an axe.
Best try is on Ebay and you should be able to find it for roughly $15-$20
since they're relatively common. Try also www.mooreaction.com,
they're selling it for $12.95.
| The Good
||The vibrant colours are the real standout. Especially
after I disliked the colours from Series 1 Buffy this was a great
change to see. The hair is lighter too and looks more like Buffy's
The base is amazing. I absolutely love this graveyard bases;
they're steady and durable and have two pegs so that the figure can
stand up easily.
The position that Buffy is molded into is loads better than the
original figure, as well, it better represents Buffy herself.
The points of articulation (where the figure can twist and turn)
are far more numerous and make for a highly moveable character.
The face - I don't care if they did a headscan...
it doesn't look good at all to me. There's something about it that's
just far too long and narrow. Though I prefer the hair on this one,
I still think the face looks kind of butchered.
The legs are kind of oddly shaped, almost as if she's wearing
spandex pants instead of leather.