The paint job on Creeper is very clean. Not noticeable flaws or smudges. There isn't too much detail in the body so it would be hard to screw the paint job up on this action figure. The only major difficult painting area would be just the face and it is done well.
Articulation is also really good thanks to Mattel including the double hinged knee and elbow joints which similar DCUC action figures Deadman and Thaal Sinestro do not have. The black fur around the elbow joints slightly limits the action figure's full range of motion but other than that, The Creeper is as good as it gets in this department. It would be nice if there was more flexibility in the ankle joints to allow deeper bends which would allow some more accurate Creeper posing.
Forget about any accessories with this action figure. Creeper only comes with the Collect and Connect piece of Bane (his right arm). As nice as it is to get some kind of additional accessories with you're DCUC action figures, I'm really not sure what else Mattel could have included.
Even though The Creeper is not an A list character in the DC Universe or even in the Batman Universe for that matter, Mattel has done a good job giving us another accurate version of the comic book character. Creeper is still a cool action figure that DC fans and DC Universe Classics collector should be very happy with.
Sculpt/Design - 8, Paint - 10, Articulation - 9.5, Accessories - 0, Fun - 7
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