The first non-traditional outfitted Homer, Radioactive Homer Simpson was packaged with the Power Plant Playset and turned out to be a pleasant surprise.
Homer comes with three accessories (plate of donuts, tongs with rod, hood) and has four points of articulation.
Homer has an expression of awe on his face and is easily posed to look like he's about to grab something he shouldn't. The paint job on most/all of the figures produced is pretty much spot-on, no real messy blobs or any particular problems of note. The main problem with the figure is its scene-specific nature-- outside of the Power Plant, it really doesn't belong anywhere. This figure is best known as the basis for the hard-to-find Glow-In-The-Dark Radioactive Homer figure offered by ToyFare magazine.
The accessories aren't at all bad. The tongs are a little weak, the hood makes for a nice touch and fits well, and the plate of donuts turned out great. This figure probably would have sold just fine had it been sold without the playset.
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