To be honest with you, Carol Ferris was a nightmare to photograph in her box. It mimics action figure boxes, and has a more flexible plastic. This lead to slight ripples that distorted the images and made her look like Quasimodo in most of the photographs.
The back of the box features a photograph of the actress Blake Lively, who portrays Carol in the Green Lantern movie. The headmold they chose for this doll really is a good likeness for her. There is also a description of the character.
This is definitely a doll that I feel cannot be truly appreciated in her box. That horrible plastic just makes her look ugly. When she first arrived I was pretty disappointed. Then other people started posting photos of her deboxed. She really is quite lovely once you get her out.
Carol wears a white tanktop under her olive-drab flightsuit. This tanktop is closed with velcro in the back. Personally I like velcro for stretchy fabrics like this as I feel it helps the garment to keep its shape better. The flightsuit does have a real functioning zipper on the front. Unfortunately none of her pockets are real.
One of the details I really like about this doll is the wings on the left breast of her flightsuit. Her name is printed underneath like it would be on a real flightsuit.
Her helmet fits her pretty well. On the left side a star is printed in white. On the right side is the word "SAPPHIRE" is printed in red. These represent her call sign which is Star Sapphire.
In the second photo above you can see the amazing detail that went into the boot sculpt. These are made of a very soft, rubbery material. My one gripe is that they have a tendency to slide down her foot.
The Bottom Line:
The Good: beautiful doll, good sculpts, good accessories, articulated
The Bad: not actually a pivotal body, box plastic doesn't display well
The Verdict: if you are a fan of the character Carol Ferris I recommend picking her up. As an exclusive she will only get harder to find. She is pretty enough that if you like having dolls to redress and pose she would be a good addition to your collection. If you prefer to keep your dolls NRFB I suggest you pass on this one.