SUMMARY: Both the Standard TT Stinkor and the reissue Stinkor share the same large reissue figure mold and are both marked the same. Where you see the differences between them is in the face paint, and in that the reissue Stinkor has an unpainted back. With some reissue Stinkors you find they were sold with Two Bad shields, and the reissue shield can also be found with some standard Stinkors. You can tell a reissue armor by the square top tabs. Some reissue armor are also a darker orange hue. The standard blue shield can vary in hues from one to the next. Lastly, its interesting to note that some Stinkors have parts that were molded in other colors (blue for example) that were then painted black.
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: 1. Hard head 2. Large muscular reedition legs. 3. Large MATTEL INC torso mold (Matriz grande) 4. Alternate Two Bad shield on some reedition issues. 5. Reissue armor mold (both on reissue and on some regular issue) 6. Unpainted back on the reissue.
MAIN VARIANTS: 1. Standard figure (Either with regular or reissue armor) 2. Reissue (Blank back, reissue armor, some with Two Bad shield)