Warp or Error M.U.S.C.L.E. Figure?


Front View – Oddity (Left) and Normal (Right)

Following up his recent Outdoor M.U.S.C.L.E. Pictures post Peter Vander Haeghe has sent in some new pictures.

He thought it was a warped figure. He said:

It’s a Terri-Bull/Buffaloman figure that seems to be squished inwards. Perhaps he was removed from the mold too quickly and cooled that way? I ended up with about ten of this figure in my collection and two of them are warped in this manner. I took two pics that compare the normal one to the warped one. Frontally, check out the torsos. The warped one pictured right is noticeably narrower. Even the belt looks off. The figure doesn’t stay in the ring very well. The side view shows how much wider the warped one’s head and torso are.

Side View
Oddity (Left) and Normal (Right)

But is that Wrestling Ring Terri-Bull figure a Warp or an Error?

The figure isn’t really warped in any way. It seems like there is just less of him. But can it be an error if it looks normal? I would think if there wasn’t enough plastic injected it would look like this. I guess the error is closer to this. But he doesn’t look disfigured.

It’s so weird.

I’m curious what you guys would call it. I’ve set-up a poll below for just this post.

Thanks again Peter!

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What is Peter's Terri-Bull Figure?

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  1. #1 by Dfrazzer on June 26th, 2018

    Maybe he comes from a planet with high gravity.

  2. #2 by Randommaddness on July 7th, 2018

    Do they weigh the same?

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