Power Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
When Power Girl was announced as an upcoming DCUC figure I thought "awesome!" Then she was announced as a Walmart exclusive and I was pretty sure I would never see her.
Fortunately I was able to do an art-for-toys trade with a friend in Florida, who said PG was clogging up the pegs down there. I guess in Florida there are enough big bossomed women made of plastic as it is. No need to buy one on the toy aisles of Wal-Mart.
Power Girl is as good as any other DCUC figure. She has all the same articulation etc. etc. As well as a couple of her own unique assets. Of course I am speaking about her...
...cape, which is unique in that it falls over one shoulder, being held on by a "rope" that goes under her other arm. An interesting design that doesn't look all too comfortable. But then again, if you are bullet proof, under-arm chafing is probably an impossibility.
Word on the toy-streets is that Power Girl will soon be available in a future DCUC release as an "All Star." All Star figures are A-List figures that have been released before grouped into new releases with only a base, and not a C&C piece from their concurrent releases. Still, the chances of me finding Power Girl on the store shelves are as good as the chances of me finding any other DCUC figure on the store shelves (read: less than zero,) so I am glad to have her as my only DCUC figure from Series 10.