Posted by D_Martin on April 23, 2012 at 11:30 PM CST
From our friend BobaFrank82:

Just wanted to share a variant that I just recently picked up on. In the photo of the two Dr. Evazan figures, the one on the left with the pink eye scar is from my Wave 4 case and the Dr.Evazan on the right with no scar is from my Wave 4 Rev. 1 case. I received both of my cases along with a wave 3 case from EntertainmentEarth.com about 2 weeks ago and was just browsing my figures when I spotted the variant.

Figured I would share seeing as how itís been some time since Iíve seen a legitimate variant like this. Enjoy!


At the current time, we haven't seen any more images showing the altered paint design, so Frank may have lucked out with a factory error, but considering how much better it looks without the pink paint, let us hope it is in fact a production change. We'll keep you posted.
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