Will the true toughest plastic chick of all-time please stand up --- ?
World War II legend Mademoiselle Marie...?
Honor Blackman - as either Cathy Gale or Pussy Galore!
Diana Rigg or Emma Peel or Contessa Tracy
(seen here with patsy John Steed...)
The resemblance isn't really there - now, is it?
Better luck with the next one...
Lara Croft or Angelina Jolie...
The luscious and dangerous Asian spy called Miss Fear...?
(Hey - they described her as such - not me!)
Lindsay Wagner aka Jaime Sommers or The Bionic Woman
The, ah, ''other woman'' in Lee Majors' life, at the time...?
Uma Thurman or The Bride...
(That's not Kato next to her - if it is; RUN, KATO, RUN!)
(Still there?!? RUN FOR YOUR LIFE!!! Man! DO AS YOU'RE TOLD!)
(Cours, Kato! Cours comme t'as jamais couru!)
(Ok - I'll stop now! ;)
Wonder Woman or Lynda Carter...
or"Lady Jaye" here...
(I never cared much for Scarlett, oddly enough...)
And, actually, based on the packaging alone (and the quality of the art upon it) I would give the nod to Lady Jaye indeed! That's right - I pick her over all of her more widely-praised fellow violent broads - and despite the fact that her action figure does not do her justice one iota (makes her look butch-like, if you ask me!)
Lady Jaye hails from Martha's Vineyard, in Massachusetts - is a redhead
(so was Scarlett, but somehow it didn't mean a thing there...!)
and she is a Lady...!
All good reasons to choose her over the other toughies/cuties I dare say...! ;)
Maybe I should just do as I usually do
over at my other wildly-popular blog,
- and just give the title, by default,
to Queen Mera,
Queen of the Seven Seas
and The Ultimate Aquaficionada
(as we tend to call them over there...!)
Labels: action figures, childhood reminiscence, taste-test simulpost