Sunday, June 24, 2012

The Problem With Trying to Merchandise Ronald D. Moore's "GINO" (Galactica in Name Only) Series is That it Isn't Worth The Effort

Show this line of toys to everyone who hasn't seen Ronald D. Moore's "GINO" series (which is 99% of the global population), and they would conclude that this is a generic line of action figures trying to compete with "Barbie" and "G.I. Joe."

This was the primary flaw in what the wardrobe people came up with in "GINO." They made no attempt whatsoever to design an imaginative, unique, and distinctive wardrobe for the cast members. It was a lazy wardrobe from people lacking imagination.

These action figures look like they would blend right in with the toy lines of "Barbie", "G.I. Joe", and a generic line of military action figures.

These toys look like the all too common "no brand name" generic action figures you would find in a dollar store.

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