|Injustice Green Arrow & Deathstroke|
As you've already knew, Deathstroke is my favourite DC bad boy and from the looks of this package, it seems Deathstroke looks way more amazing than Green Arrow. However, Green Arrow is actually the "better man" between the two. Although they both have the same articulation but later you'll know why Green Arrow has the upper hand once we'll get into the details. I'm going to begin with each of their sculpt and paint details then head down to their similarities.
Starting with Green Arrow, right away, you'll see that he's not your regular Robin Hood-like archer like you see him in the comic books. While still maintaining his green and yellow colour scheme, this action figure is laced with a little bit of modernity. He got this arm protectors sculpted around half of his right arm. Also, he has "hip guards" at the side of his thighs connecting to his utility belt. Basically, what this toyline did is they sort of going through that Add-Remove-Preserve Process just like when Marvel-Hasbro revolutionized Hawkeye. One thing that really blew my mind about this action figure is the modern bow! Real elastic strings!
Deathstroke, on the other hand, is decorated with a few of his gears and paraphernalias. He has these ala-Batman arm and shin guards painted in orange. He got two handguns plus holsters molded at the front of his thighs, and my complain about these ones is that I can't remove either one of them. Deathstroke got these orange shoulder pads; the one shoulder pad has this big fat ammo pack molded on top of it while the rest goes right around his chest and back. Like his ammo pack, Deathstroke's assault rifle looks pretty much on a larger scale- he's like holding a bazooka! But other than that, his head sculpt and body mold are totally rad.
The paint application on both these figures are flat and solid yet neat and almost precise. I like how they used the appropriate type of paint for each. For example, Green Arrow's bow is painted with a glossier green contrary to his matted uniform, and Deathstroke's bulletproof vest is brushed with a silver gray paint. There are obviously no colour shading or any complex colour details on these guys just like in the case of those other brands of 3.75 inch action figures.
Both Green Arrow and Deathstroke have articulations that are completely the same. Their body molds may be different and deceive you to thinking that the other one is more articulated than the other, but they're all alike. Deathstroke's articulation, however, is being hindered by his "stuff"- he can't raise his arms way high because of these shoulder guards and neither his ab crunch can move to its full potential because of this ammo pack! But with Green Arrow, you can almost utilize every single parts of his articulation given to them.
Green Arrow and Deathstroke have heads that can rotate 360. They got ball-hinged shoulders, bicep swivels, single-jointed elbows, wrist twists, diaphragm swivel, ab crunch, ball-jointed hips, lower thigh swivels, double-jointed knees, mid-calf swivels, and ankle hinges with no ankle pivots. I think it's a fairly good amount of articulation.
Now, the moment we've been waiting for- size comparison! ...With special guest, Marvel Universe Classic Iron Man! If you're thinking of getting these figures just to have them displayed together with your Marvel Universe collection, then just forget it, man! These two midgets just looked like their lost. What I mean is they're not compatible with any MU figures, and what's more surprising is that Deathstroke here is smaller compared to Green Arrow, and I know this guy stands a hell alot taller than the green archer. Like I've said, I purchased this two-pack set because of this one guy here but other than that, I usually tend to ignore those 3.75-inch action figures whenever I see them around. But if you're someone unlike me, I would recommend these two action figures just cause they look well-detailed and modern with some decent articulation.