I have that Janine figure. The only one that really looked like her, IMO. She's standing on my desk, next to a 1st-series Egon. Wish I could make them hold hands. *sigh* quote]
I still have my original Fright Features and all of them are perfect, except Janine, her arm died, but I got a replacement. I can actually get the Fright Features Janine and Egon to face each other and hold hands. ;D I've scored some off E-bay recently, a few are NRFB. Power Pack Peter. Screaming Heroes Janine, Ray and Winston. Super Fright Features Egon and Winston. Fright Features Peter. I've had Power pack Janine NRFB for several years now, along with NRFB Screaming Heroes Peter and a foreign NRFB Fright Features Ray. I have Screaming Heroes Janine, Egon, Ray and Peter loose, original Egon with Proton Pack, Ray and Peter, a loose Super Fright Features Janine. I won an NRFB Ecto-1 on my birthday of this year too. (Cost me a packet, but was worth it.) Inside was an RGB poster with a few toys advertised on it and on the other side is a DIY calender. Guess who has February all to themselves, J&E! Yay! I have a Slimer with pizza, a Stay-Puft Man, Ecto-3 and Ecto-500, all of the classic Monsters NRFB and 4 of them loose, Tombstone Tackle NRFB and loose, some doubles loose and Banshee Bomber. Oh a bucket of slime, Ecto-goggles, Ecto-Popper and Ghostzapper. I got the recent Gozer as well. I would've had Ecto-2 minus the blades and some more loose doubles, but the E-bay seller didn't send them to me. I didn't lose much money, but I'm upset about not getting the toys. That's the first time someone hasn't sent me my win. ***hole! There's an NRFB Fright Features Janine that ends in a couple of days that I'm bidding on, wish me luck, guys.
Janine and Egon are like two halves of the same soul separated aeons ago by fate and preordained to meet each other, no matter the odds, every lifetime throughout history... throughout all eternity. Taken from my fic "The Lady in Red."
That's "Xtreme Fritz", inspired by a picture Nightsquad did. He embodies every Nineties cliché: scowl, big gun, big shoulder pads, cybernetic limb. I promise he has lots of pouches, you just can't see them behind his arm and big gun.
Chelsea Aberdeen fits the Nineties Bad Girl clichés. Thigh boots with high heels, bare midriff, peep hole over her huge breasts. (Hm..actually, most of those are still clichés today...) I realize I did make one error--she should have had bulky armored gloves so that the poor girl didn't go out and fight villains completely unprotected [/sarcasm]
And Otter. Because you can't be "Xtreme" without a vicious dwarf sporting cutlery on his hands.