Monday, 14 January 2013

Spot the Difference

This is more like a "spot the defect" game than the spot the difference type that some folks play, but this here is a real story of just how toy companies are not immune to big errors when it comes to creating and packaging their toys. So it is really important to keep those receipts. By looking at these two Leonardos, it shouldn't take you 5 seconds to spot the difference.

(camera distance, picture quality- not part of the game)

Both these Leonardos are brand new and still inside these packages. Their heads and their feet may be angled slightly different from one another but that is not the answer I'm looking for. If you still can't find it you might as well check out my Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles review at:

...think it through, and come back here.

1 comment:

  1. 1. The warning label at the bottom of the packaging.
    2. The 34 points of articulation
    3. Left has "inspired by the..." while the right only has "Points of articulation"

    I think this is due to the fact that both packaging are for different markets / regions.