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Spidey7
11-13-2008, 06:27 PM
Well, The crazyness continues. Because I steadfastly REFUSE to pay $20-$30 for a .01 cent replacement wrist peg on eBay it has become a QUEST to get Hot Toys to replace the defective snapped wrist peg in my brand new TDK Batman. FINALLY after at least ten letters to customer service, I recieved a response from Hot Toys which I'll include here.


Dear Dennis,

Hi! Please note that your replacement has been shipped by a registered airmail.

Should you have further question or problem of receiving the parcel, please feel free to contact us.

Thanks with regards,
G Tse / Hot Toys

So, "Problem solved" right? I recieved the registered letter today, all the way from HONG KONG! And it was FREAKING EMPTY!!!!! I couldn't BELIEVE IT!!!
They mailed me one wrist peg in a STANDARD letter envelope. That little piece was NEVER going to make it through all the mail sorting machines from Hong Kong to here with out ripping open! So now I've got an envelope covered in stamps and important looking seals with large gashes ripped into it and NOTHING inside! This is soooooo ludicrous that it's bordering on humorous. How can you send a little part like that using expensive registered mail all the way from HONG KONG and not take the small extra precaution of putting the part in a bulkier envelope? A LETTER envelope? SERIOUSLY???? Holy Crap. So now after waiting for weeks for the part I end up with an empty envelope. Now I have to start writing letters ALL OVER again. This has become a real test of will. I will not give up. It's not even about the peg anymore. Now it's just a matter of principal.
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Wolfguy
11-13-2008, 07:13 PM
Ouch, that's brutal.
Hope things work out the second time around.

creecher
11-13-2008, 07:28 PM
Isn't it the post office who are now at fault? It's not registered for nothing. You would have had to sign for it. Do you know why and what you are signing for?

All too late now, and you will probably have to start the process all over again, but as it's the principal, you may as well let the Post Office have their responsibility in the matter tested.

Spidey7
11-13-2008, 07:40 PM
The U.S. Post Office accepts NO responsibility for items that are mailed in letter type envelopes that SHOULDN'T be. (In FACT, they really HATE it when people DO that because it screws the machines all up and causes damage and a sorting stoppage while they try to get the machine unstuck.) Yes, I knew what I was signing for. I was signing for an envelope that said "Hot Toys" on the front. It wasn't 'till I got inside and opened it that I realized that it was empty. But as I said, the Post Office would not take ANY responsibility for it anyway. I know this because I had a girlfriend once try to mail me some jewelry in a letter envelope and the same thing happened (we were both 15 at the time and too young to know any better) When I complained about the missing jewelry, the Post Office told me "Tough s***. You should have used a proper envelope."

S-Ramos
11-13-2008, 08:11 PM
The pred wrist pegs where said to be to big right?

Spidey7
11-13-2008, 08:20 PM
Yeah (sigh), They're WAY too big.

darren1228
11-13-2008, 08:25 PM
Good luck dude! Like you said it is a matter of principle. I have found the customer service at Hot Toys to be lacking of late. I sent them close to ten mails to fix my original costume Batman that wasn't glued well.......think they were deliberately avoiding me. Because when I sent them an email regarding something else they replied within 2 days. Also didn't have a problem getting a Wolf Predator body replaced.

S-Ramos
11-13-2008, 08:27 PM
Have you tried to dye a truetype wrist peg? Softer plastics like that of the wrist peg will usually take dye if you do it on a stove top. It might not dye completely the first time, but maybe after a few dye baths it might be good enough. Also maybe very carefully burning the plastic. Like running it in and out of a small flame will blacken the plastic.

Will the wrist pegs from the SSC armor body work? If theyre not identicle, they might be close enough to work with.

LChinoz
11-14-2008, 01:26 PM
Wow...even one of those orange evenlopes would have held up better. Even so, that envelope looks like it was run over 25 times with a garbage truck...

Sorry man. Hope it all works out.

Darthrazz
11-14-2008, 01:47 PM
That sucks!!! Good luck man, I won a Sideshow head on Ebay once that mailed in a regular envelope! The fact that I even received it was insane! Good luck man, be persistent, you'll get the piece from them eventually.

Spidey7
11-14-2008, 02:04 PM
I think that's what pisses me off the MOST. My broken Batman (Original Costume) was around $175, I have already paid for my TDK "New Costume" Batman (another $175), AND I have pre-ordered ALL THREE of the upcoming Iron Man releases (MK I, II, & III) at around $150 a piece. Altogether that's $800 of my hard earned dollars that I've given them (at a time when money is TIGHT no less) and I can't get ANY help or attention from them on a lousy little 1 cent part that SHOULDN'T have snapped the very FIRST time I tried to put a new hand on. So now I've got a $175 dollar figure that I'm embarassed to display since he looks like Captain Hook, and a company that is getting a lot of my money that obviously couldn't give a S*** less about me as a customer. How could they mail it in a flimsy paper envelope? And it took TEN letters just to get THAT! I LOVE their product. The detail is amazing, but it doesn't mean anything when I can't display pieces because I'm afraid they'll break and then Hot Toys will screw me like they're doing now. I told them that if they didn't replace the part I would cancel ALL of my upcoming orders, but I don't think they give a crap. They know that if I don't buy them then someone else will.

Darthrazz
11-14-2008, 02:12 PM
I know it's a matter of principle now, at least it would be with me, but you can always try the EBay route? I agree with you 100%, money is tight these days, you are the customer, they should be concerned that you are threatening to cancel $800 orders over a part that costs them .01 cent. Is there any way that you can take it higher? Have you looked online to see if you can find the name of the President of Hot Toys? Give it a shot, it's a lot of leg work, but it's worth it to make a stink every now and then.

creecher
11-14-2008, 02:37 PM
The U.S. Post Office accepts NO responsibility for items that are mailed in letter type envelopes that SHOULDN'T be. (In FACT, they really HATE it when people DO that because it screws the machines all up and causes damage and a sorting stoppage while they try to get the machine unstuck.) Yes, I knew what I was signing for. I was signing for an envelope that said "Hot Toys" on the front. It wasn't 'till I got inside and opened it that I realized that it was empty. But as I said, the Post Office would not take ANY responsibility for it anyway. I know this because I had a girlfriend once try to mail me some jewelry in a letter envelope and the same thing happened (we were both 15 at the time and too young to know any better) When I complained about the missing jewelry, the Post Office told me "Tough s***. You should have used a proper envelope."
Well you seem to be too annoyed to read between my lines. That's fair enough for on this board, but it makes me wonder how you worded those ten letters you sent Hot Toys to finally get them to send the part.

It is also apparent you do not know what you are signing for, because "I was signing for an envelope that said "Hot Toys" on the front." is not the correct answer. Basing this experience on a past experience is just false assumption. Yes I am making an assumption that the letter your girlfriend sent you, with the jewelry inside, wasn't registered. Go to the post office and find out what it means for a letter to be registered and ask what it means for you to be signing for it. No good being mad at what I'm saying and replying with misinformed diatribe.

Lastly, you make no mention of who you bought this figure from. Definitely not Hot Toys. I think one of the reasons Hot Toys doesn't sell direct to the public, other than through their own store, is to avoid the language barrier problems. They aren't going to hire translators for every language that their items are sold to. Maybe this is part of the reason you are angry about how long it took and how many letters you had to write them. They just didn't understand what you were saying. Everyone doesn't understand English, and shouting louder doesn't make a difference.

Back to who you bought the item from. Your first port of call should have been the place where you bought your figure from. They too may have a language barrier problem, maybe not, but they are the ones to go to first. They in turn will contact Hot Toys for the required part. They are distributing Hot Toys items and that is part of their roll. The bad news there is that they may possibly charge you for the shipping/mailing costs. They may even ask for the entire figure to be returned for replacement, though I think they ought to be happy with pictures of the broken part to forward on to Hot Toys. That is the chain of command that should have been followed.



I think that's what pisses me off the MOST. My broken Batman (Original Costume) was around $175, I have already paid for my TDK "New Costume" Batman (another $175), AND I have pre-ordered ALL THREE of the upcoming Iron Man releases (MK I, II, & III) at around $150 a piece. Altogether that's $800 of my hard earned dollars that I've given them (at a time when money is TIGHT no less) and I can't get ANY help or attention from them on a lousy little 1 cent part that SHOULDN'T have snapped the very FIRST time I tried to put a new hand on. So now I've got a $175 dollar figure that I'm embarassed to display since he looks like Captain Hook, and a company that is getting a lot of my money that obviously couldn't give a S*** less about me as a customer. How could they mail it in a flimsy paper envelope? And it took TEN letters just to get THAT! I LOVE their product. The detail is amazing, but it doesn't mean anything when I can't display pieces because I'm afraid they'll break and then Hot Toys will screw me like they're doing now. I told them that if they didn't replace the part I would cancel ALL of my upcoming orders, but I don't think they give a crap. They know that if I don't buy them then someone else will.

I've been through this dismal experience myself, so don't think I don't have a sympathetic ear. I took action. I hate it when people say "If you don't like it, don't buy it". Derrrr. If I didn't like it I wouldn't buy it. It makes them sound like half wits. I don't need to hear that drivel, so I decided not to buy anymore Hot Toys. Except I relented and bought an Edward Scissorhands. Even though the likeness is crap and their reasons why their likenesses can be utter crap on some figures should mean their prices should be much lower, they suck. Hot Toys sucks. I've said it before and I'll say it again, but don't worry people I wont rub your noses in it at every opportunity. Just this time cause I haven't said it in a while. Hot they're NOT.

Spidey7
11-14-2008, 03:25 PM
Well you seem to be too annoyed to read between my lines. That's fair enough for on this board, but it makes me wonder how you worded those ten letters you sent Hot Toys to finally get them to send the part.

It is also apparent you do not know what you are signing for, because "I was signing for an envelope that said "Hot Toys" on the front." is not the correct answer. Basing this experience on a past experience is just false assumption. Yes I am making an assumption that the letter your girlfriend sent you, with the jewelry inside, wasn't registered. Go to the post office and find out what it means for a letter to be registered and ask what it means for you to be signing for it. No good being mad at what I'm saying and replying with misinformed diatribe.

They aren't going to hire translators for every language that their items are sold to. Maybe this is part of the reason you are angry about how long it took and how many letters you had to write them. They just didn't understand what you were saying. Everyone doesn't understand English, and shouting louder doesn't make a difference.

Back to who you bought the item from. Your first port of call should have been the place where you bought your figure from. That is the chain of command that should have been followed.

There is no "diatribe" my friend. I'm as mellow as a cool spring breeze. While I appreciate what you are saying with regards to THIS incident, if you read this whole thread (or look on any of the other boards) this is but one of many stories of customers that are having a difficult time with Hot Toys and their customer service. Considering that (like it or not) english is the world wide "language of business" these days, I would be willing to bet solid money that there are plenty of english fluent people that work at Hot Toys. Furthermore, if you (as a company) are going to publish a product website in ENGLISH, along with all of your customer service contact information in ENGLISH, then at least SOME of your employees should speak ENGLISH.

You are an odd cat. You freely admit that you do not like Hot Toys, and yet you look for every reason to point out that this situation is not their fault. So far you have suggested that it's MY fault for signing for a letter without knowing that it was empty AND for being (in your estimation) too "annoyed" to be able to send them a polite and business like e-mail. It's the POST OFFICE's fault for having sorting machines that don't accomodate letter envelopes with small parts in them. It's the distributors fault for selling the item in the first place. It's all of our faults for having the unreasonable expectation that Hot Toys customer service should respond promptly to letters from customers or that they have employees that can communicate with other cultures (since they are a WORLD WIDE company). On one hand you paint yourself as an apologist for Hot Toys and then you turn around and say that they suck in your opinion.

As far as my "diatribe" toward you, you may not be aware of this, but you come off as a little "prickly" in your posts. You also tend to speak down to others as though you were coming from a place of "enlightenment" that the rest of us are just not privy to. Then you come down from the Mount to share with us where we went wrong, and how we were just not able to see the fact that it is our OWN shortcomings, not Hot Toys that have lead to this unfortunate situation. FYI, as many customers as are dealing with this lack of customer service issue, it might tend to rub some the wrong way.

nozzlewizard
11-14-2008, 04:06 PM
Poor customer service, I've had no reply about my three snapped pegs, very poor.

creecher
11-14-2008, 04:20 PM
I agree, diatribe may have been too strong a word. That's not the point or something to get hung up about. As I don't have complete and full information I do assume much. What else can I do?

To argue for the sake of arguing, when you buy from a Chinese company, maybe you should know Chinese. What I mean is, this line of tack is irrelevant. Should I highlight some words for you? IRRELEVANT. Does that come over a little prickly?

I may not like Hot Toys, but it doesn't mean I'm unreasonable. I'm not going to let the mounting bad experiences I've had with them dictate the way I feel about everything and allow it to make me totally bitter. :lol Funny, when I go to their website I don't see a "Customer Service' section. That's something you get on a Sideshow site isn't it?

I'm not saying this is not their fault. I was just saying there are extenuating circumstances that you readily seem to overlook, or haven't included, or chose not to include in your post. So many scenarios, am I to know all of them from my enlightened stand point? If you assume that I suggested you were at fault for receiving an empty article, that is your right and misassumption. I can't help the way you think, only point out some things you may not have been aware of. A judgement I make with the information you provide. If it makes you feel better, I apologise, for my thought, that you could possibly be annoyed. I don't know where that came from. Your comments after that are purely unreasonable and amount to you having a verbal tantrum.

You could have handled this without making it known to anyone, but you chose to tell the good collector folk your troubled experience. It's just that I take responsibility for my own problems. Problems I have experienced and have come to a conclusion. Things I have learned that have enlightened me, and I thought may enlighten you or others. I don't make all my problems known, only ones that I have inexperience with and could use some help. And yes I am an odd cat. From some peoples reactions to me I think I have a different point of view to offer. That can be confronting, helpful, or thought provoking, depending. At this stage I would prefer it if you just said I stink, like everyone else.

Spidey7
11-14-2008, 04:47 PM
Here is the link for you. http://www.hottoys.com.hk/contact.php This gives you all of the customer service info in english. It's strange that you consider the "english vs chinese" language issue to be "irrelevant" since YOU are the one that brought it up, not me. I don't know where you get the "verbal tantrum" thing from, but it fits in with your "diatribe" comment. As far as "taking responsibility", I have. I have taken it by contacting the company repeatedly and attempting to get them to honor their product. I chose to "make my problems known" because this seems to be a problem for MANY people who have purchased expensive items from them. There is strength in numbers, and if enough of us complain about having paid our hard earned money for products which break if we look at them cross-eyed, then maybe Hot Toys will start sending out a few replacement parts. Judgeing from the amount of others that are also having this "wrist peg" issue, it sounds like a design flaw or shoddy manufacturing at the minimum. I am not ONE disaffected customer who is trying to make a great deal of noise. I am one of MANY who are dealing with this issue. I don't really understand how the fact that you have chosen to handle similar issues in the past without saying anything to anyone is applicable to our current situation.

In the end, the fact that you seem to be actively trying to believe that I am directing "diatribes" and "verbal tantrums" at you speaks to some sort of deeper issue. This suspicion of mine is backed by your request that I "Think that you stink, like everyone else does". It hints at some sort of persecution complex or personal need to believe that you are a brave outsider weathering the slings and arrows of the common troglodytes that hound you.

None of this is really here nor there, except that it is slowly and inexorably drawing this thread off of course. Instead of being about Hot Toys and their customer service it is becoming more about you and your belief system. Although I find it all interesting, perhaps we should start a separate thread about it and in THIS thread, get back to the issue of Hot Toys and their customer service.

You don't have to try so hard to be unlikable. We won't bite you. Hell, I LIKE you Private Joker. You can even come over and bang my sister! Why don't you just join our merry little band of Hot Toys gripers? I'll even nickname you "Stinky" if it makes you happy. :)

Dally
11-14-2008, 04:55 PM
Sorry to hear that, man. What I would do would be to buy a set off of Ebay so that I could display it for the time being. Then keep mailing Hot Toys until they send you another set and then sell that on Ebay to get my money back, and possibly a profit. :D
Here is a set:
http://cgi.ebay.com/1-6-HOT-TOYS-BATMAN-THE-DARK-KNIGHT-Ver-HAND-BALL-JION_W0QQitemZ200273971375QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_De faultDomain_0?hash=item200273971375&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=72%3A570|66%3A2|65%3A12|39%3A1|240%3A131 8

Grange Wallis
11-14-2008, 05:05 PM
That's brutal... I'd be lying if I said I didn't laugh as soon as I saw the photo of the envelope, which I saw before reading past Hot Toys email!

You'd have to admit humour is lacing this fiasco!

creecher
11-14-2008, 05:11 PM
I'll even nickname you "Stinky" if it makes you happy. :)

You are new here, so you don't know my history, you're too late, I'm already known as stinky, but Stinky is fine. Thank you. :lol

I would join your brotherhood of Hot Toys gripers, but I've been overwhelmed by Hot Toys fanboys, who choose to overlook what they may deem as minor flaws, and I prefer not to chide them further. :peace

LChinoz
11-14-2008, 05:18 PM
All they probably had to do was tape it securely with high quality shipping tape to the inside of the envelope and it would most likely have been fine. Sad really...

aussieinnyc
11-14-2008, 05:34 PM
While I think the products they produce are amazing, both the design of the wrist pegs and customer service relating to them sucks. I had a peg break (as far as I'm concerned it was even blame between me being unfamiliar with the limitations of the wrist, and a poor design which puts too much stress on a very thin piece of plastic), my two emails to them (which the site says will be answered in 5 - 7 days) went unacknowleged. I can even understand them not replacing a product not purchased directly from them, instead leaving that responsibility to the retailer, but to ignore a communication is just bad form. And the $40 I had to spend on eBay to fix it still hurts. A lot.

vodoun
11-14-2008, 07:03 PM
This is one of the main reasons I've been too scared to even attempt changing the wrists. It seems to keep coming up.

Well my Joker was another matter, it was actually easier, but the Batman's seem very tough to change. To go through all this, I can imagine the frustration Spidey is going through.

I have to hand it to Takara, their wrist pegs are so robust for changing.

blakus939
11-14-2008, 07:27 PM
Some of these hongkong sellers have absolutely diddly squat commonsense when it comes to posting this kind of stuff. Even my full HT figures, they come covered with nearly 50 stamps, just to justify the 60 odd US dollars that they sting for shipping, THEN they dont even come boxed or anything, just barely a bit of parcel tape/paper around them, some even half fully off and a little ripped. Its crazy, they have NO idea, that's SOOO typical that they would just use a regular envelope for that, they dont THINK. Especially for the crazy prices they quote for it

vodoun
11-14-2008, 08:06 PM
They should bundle spare wrist pegs in future products, or at least make them robust.

Spidey7
11-14-2008, 09:15 PM
Well you seem to be too annoyed to read between my lines. That's fair enough for on this board, but it makes me wonder how you worded those ten letters you sent Hot Toys to finally get them to send the part.

Hey Stinky, Here's a copy of my latest letter to Hot Toys. You can tell me if it sounds respectful enough.

Dear Mr. G Tse, thank you for your attention to this recent matter. I received the registered letter today, however all that I received was an EMPTY envelope. Whoever shipped the wrist peg to me placed it in a regular paper envelope with no padding. Apparently when the envelope went through one of the sorting machines, the peg was ripped from the envelope. Normal standard letter envelopes are not designed to handle round parts like the wrist peg. When they are put through the sorting machine it causes them to rip open. Consequently I still find myself with the same problem that I had before which is a Batman Dark Knight figure with only ONE hand. I have included pictures of the envelope for you.
I have also pre-purchased one of your Batman "New Costume" figures as well as ALL THREE of your upcoming "Iron Man" figures. The apparent fragility of your product combined with the amazingly difficult process involved in attempting to procure replacement parts certainly causes me to worry about the large number of Hot Toys figures that I have on order.
I appreciate your initial attempt to send me the replacement peg, but I humbly ask you to send me some replacements in an envelope that will not tear open and lose the part during the shipping process. Perhaps I could ask for several of the pegs, since if the other one breaks I would prefer not to have to trouble you like this again. Thank you for your time and attention. Spidey7

Adoptedscot
11-15-2008, 05:06 AM
Lets just leave it at that shall we and get back to what this thread is about without the sarcasm etc.
Thanks
Shell
x :peace

Spidey7
11-15-2008, 09:07 AM
Lets just leave it at that shall we and get back to what this thread is about without the sarcasm etc.
Thanks
Shell
x :peace

Ummmmm, Ok. I'm not really sure what you're talking about. The thread is on target. Stinky and I are friends and sending smilies back and forth at a dizzying rate. In fact, everything was Hunky Dorey 'till you poked your head in and told us to pipe down. I'm assuming you're a MOD? I think you must have misread or misunderstood something. We're all right as rain in here.

creecher
11-15-2008, 12:51 PM
I agree, I'm not sure what your referring to exactly Scot, and I'll try to keep my sarcasm to a minimum. Spidey and me are cool.

I think, at least, I have the right of reply, and any derailment has been Spideys doing. It's his thread and I guess he can go off track and psycho analyse me if he wants.

Spidey, you don't need my approval for the emails you send. The solution to your troubles is, has, and will always be in your own hands. That particular letter sounds good.

How did you go at the post office? Did you follow my advice and ask them about registered letters? Are you certain they go through a sorting machine. Over here things really must be different. Here registered letters go into a separate bag, they are individually written up into a log, and are signed for by each of the drivers, as they pass the bag to the next responsible postal worker. Thus it never gets sorted by a machine. That's why I suggested you ask at your post office. Things can change from country to country.

Have you approached the seller you bought it from, under the chain of command I mentioned? Anyway, it's your choice as to the advice you take and the avenues you pursue. You're only as enlightened as the doors you choose to open, and to keep my prickly reputation going, as ignorant as the doors you choose to leave closed. Good luck. I'm sure you'll get another replacement.

It sucks twice as much having to repeat the process. I know the frustration and the feeling of disappointment that, even though you have bought and paid for a figure, and it not being complete, you miss out on the joy when hype for the figure is running high. Not even that, but having to wait more months while it sits on the shelf mocking you each day till then. That too will pass.

S-Ramos
11-15-2008, 07:54 PM
Yeah Registered items are usually treated separetely from other mail.

The point of purchase shouldve been notified first, have you tried them? If they cant replace it, they contact their distributor, if their distributor doesnt have replacements, they contact HT. Unless of course they deal directly with HT, which would be the case if theyre in HK or Japan, then it would make the whole deal easier. Remember you gave your money to a merchant, you are their customer and if theyre a good business theyll take care of you! Did you use Ebay? Who are you ordering from?

Dally
11-17-2008, 08:00 AM
I don't even know if I'm ever going to change the hands on my figures. Do you have to take the hands off to take the V1 Joker's coats off?

aussieinnyc
11-17-2008, 08:08 AM
Yeah, but the Joker's hand pegs are much stronger than Batman's in my experience. If you over-extend that joint the hand is most likely just going to pop off the peg, whereas Batman's more likely to break.

vodoun
11-17-2008, 11:19 AM
Yeah thats the great thing about the Joker as you said, it is much easier. No risk of breaking. I still try to be very careful. Sounds like a rubber sucker popping off when changing those.

Spidey7
11-18-2008, 07:25 PM
Hey, to all of you that are dealing with this wrist peg problem, even though I have not given up on chasing Hot toys around, I DID find some EXCELLENT wrist pegs at a much better price than anything that you'll find on eBay from BlackOpsToys. They're the tan/flesh colored ones, but with the gauntlet over them you can't really tell, plus you can just paint them black. I was more impressed by their GREAT customer service (Hot Toys could learn a thing or two from Brian. He's AWESOME!) So, if your looking for the least painful way out of this situation (and Brian actually made it kinda fun) head over to www.blackopstoys.com and grab 'em while you still can. Just don't tell them I sent you (They might charge you DOUBLE ).

aussieinnyc
11-19-2008, 12:28 AM
The peg for the hand on these is different, at least to the original suit version. Do they still work?

Spidey7
11-19-2008, 06:28 AM
I'm not sure. It's actually the TDK "Original" costume that we've been talking about. I haven't recieved my "New" costume figure yet, so I don't know what those wrist pegs look like. Hopefully they're a little sturdier than their predecessor.

beachfox
11-19-2008, 07:51 AM
Wow... that's not good... filed a complain against them! ;)

Spidey7
11-19-2008, 04:44 PM
Wow... that's not good... filed a complain against them! ;)

You did? Or you think I should?

ragacin
11-20-2008, 04:57 PM
My wrist peg broke too. I am contacting Joe (Mista305/Hobby Planet USA) and see what he can do. In the meantime I will get a set from Black Ops just so Bats won't look too dorky in the case with no hand.

Hmm, time to get a pose that hides the hand :)

Spidey, BTW what hand was it, right or left? Mine was rigt, the left was no problem.

Spidey7
11-20-2008, 08:35 PM
My wrist peg broke too. I am contacting Joe (Mista305/Hobby Planet USA) and see what he can do. In the meantime I will get a set from Black Ops just so Bats won't look too dorky in the case with no hand.

Hmm, time to get a pose that hides the hand :)

Spidey, BTW what hand was it, right or left? Mine was rigt, the left was no problem.

Yeah, Mine was right too.