Playing devil's advocat here...
BrianofBrick06 wrote:Also, the figures of the series were nothing too special.
OK, I often wonder if people would dislike all of the Fright Knights figures solely because they dislike the Batlord's ridiculous batcap or Willa the Witch's toothless grin.
Let's see what we got there (pics = links):
The batcap is quite cartoonish, but other than that the torso might be useful.
Willa's sideburns... Her one-tooth-grin... I understand why people don't be too fond of her. But then again you get a female black dress or at the least a black 60 degree rooftile. And don't forget the black wizard's hat.
A goatie and eyebrows. Still useful. I personally don't like that style of helmet too much, especially its rear, but it definitely has its use. The breastplate looks kind of bib-ish to me, but at least it's a generic torso.
I really like this fig, mainly the torso, but also the face. It's hard to tell if the red markings on the torso are meant to be a stylised bat or a fleurs-de-lis design. Either way. It's a generic soldier.
You may either play Connect Four on this torso or accept it for kind of chain mail. I prefer the latter. And it comes in a somewhat rare colour, especially for its time, when dark grey was an unusual colour except for burps. And it's still good for generic soldiers.
All in all I don't dislike the Fright Knights figs too much anymore. Admittedly I used to, when I was all for Black Falcons.
This is just the sort of nonsense up with which I will not put.