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G.E.M. Series - Gintama : Sakata Gintoki ver.Benizakura

G.E.M. Series - Gintama : Sakata Gintoki ver.Benizakura

5  dimanche 26 avril, 2015
par Janita  Finland  

This is clearly my favorite figure in my collection. So if you love Gintama, especially Gintoki this is the figure you should have! Details are incredible, pose and painting are just too perfect. Wind-blown fluttering kimono, two swords and Gintoki himself together makes this figure stunning. Strongly recommend it to everyone.


GOSICK: Victorique (PVC Figure)

GOSICK: Victorique (PVC Figure)

4  vendredi 28 novembre, 2014
par Timo  Finland  

Good figure with great paintjob. Book is very nicely detailed.

Only downside is that the stand doesn't fit perfectly in her, so she tends to lean forward a bit.

Also worth noting that her pipe is separate part but she comes with small tape piece for attaching it, so that's not a problem.


Tales of Symphonia: Zelos Wilder (PVC Figure)

Tales of Symphonia: Zelos Wilder (PVC Figure)

5  jeudi 17 juillet, 2014
par Inka  Finland  

I really love this figure! Zelos has a nice expression on his face. The pose is great and suits for the character well. His hair and hands are very detailed. The base is also detailed and it looks very nice! Great figure for Tales fans!


Mahoutsukai no Yoru: Touko Aozaki (PVC Figure)

Mahoutsukai no Yoru: Touko Aozaki (PVC Figure)

4  mercredi 11 décembre, 2013
par Joona  Finland  

A great figure that represents the look of the magical Aozaki Touko well. The pose - while simple - is still dynamic and the coloring and movement of the coat is beautiful. A good addition for any Type-Moon fan!


Nendoroid Petit - Tales of Series (8pcs) (PVC Figure)

Nendoroid Petit - Tales of Series (8pcs) (PVC Figure)

5  vendredi 23 août, 2013
par Inka  Finland  

These nendoroid petites are very cute! Amazing details and well painted.


Bandai Digimon Xros Wars Action Figure: Mailbirdramon

Bandai Digimon Xros Wars Action Figure: Mailbirdramon

4  mercredi 19 juin, 2013
par Jonatan  Finland  

Following Greymon, we'll be taking a tllok at Mailbirdramon. Now, right out of the package, this figure does require a bit of assembly, as the head and tail feathers are detached in the box. The figure does not come with any accesories, but you do get the MarineAngemon Digimemory.

Now, taking a closer look at the figure, it looks impressive with the long, broad wings, and the decent amount of visual variety. most of the figure is sleek and smooth, but a few places, like the head and wingtips, have some really harsh angles going on. Unfortunately, the figure doesn't function, at least on it's own, as well as it looks.

The figure has some joints, but because of the massive wings and general top-heaviness, getting it to hold a pose can be a bit of a chore. Starting with the head, you have two joints in the neck that let it bend, the mouth has a hinge that lets it open, and the neck can rotate a bit in its connector port. You also have ball joints in the hips, and hinges in the knees.

So on it's own, the figure is rather lacking in the posability department, but thankfully, if you have the Greymon figure, the two can Digixros into the mighty MetalGreymon.

Performing the merger is essentially disassembling Mailbirdramon and slapping his parts onto Greymon. Starting with Greymon, turns his legs back, and stand him up so that he's standing relatively straight; bring the arms down and pull out on the shoulders, which should extend outwards slightly; next bring the head down as far as it will go, and finally bring the tail up about 90 degrees on the inner-most joint. Now, to disassemble Mailbirdramon, start by taking the figures head and pulling it out, slide the back plate and upper leg plates off, and finally remove the chest plate and tail feather. Start by taking the chst plate, and snap it onto the extended shoulder pegs of Greymon, making sure the inward bending curve faces Greymons neck. The leg plates fit onto the slots on Greymons upper legs, the neck plugs into the thing on the tip of Greymons tail. Close up the tail feather and attach it to Greymons left hand via the clip on the underside. Take the large wing pack and fold up MailBirdramons legs onto what was its underbelly, and attach it to the clip on Greymons back, orienting it so that the gun barel point up. finally take Mailbirdramons back plate and side it over Greymons horn to form MetalGreymons face.

The combined form of Metalgreymon is quite the impressive thing to behold, and it retains most of Greymos articulation, although the figure is now a bit top-heavy. You have the same arm and leg posability, Mailbirdarmons head adds a few more joints to the tail, and Mailbirdramons legs can flip over MetalGreymons shoulders to act as weapons.

Overall, the toy is on the "Not too good" end of the decent scale, but that's only if the figure is alone, add in Greymon and you have a ton of interesting stuff the figures can do. Yes, Mailbridramon is essentially a giant accesory, but well worth it.


Digimon Greymon

Digimon Greymon

5  mercredi 19 juin, 2013
par Jonatan  Finland  

Continuing with Xros Wars, we have the primary Digimon representitive of the Blue Flare Army, Greymon. Now, compared to previous Greymon designs, this greymon has had the color palette flipped, with orange stripes on blue, and the overall body-shape and posture are much more like that of a t-rex, both traits which th toy captures well. The typical greymon traits are still there, large three toed feet, sleek but powerful legs, gimpy little arms with the three-taloned hands, and the three-horned bony helmet, all present and well represented. Although the figure is aesthetically pleasing, there are a few sacrifices that had to be made, most notable the large grey clip that jutsfrom the back, as well as the slots present on the wrists, upper legs, and back of the head. The sacrifices in appearance were necesarry, and at least in my personal opinion, worth it.

Now, moving away from looks, what do you get with the figure? There are no accesories, but you get the Leviamon Digimemory. The figure itself not only looks good,but also is packed with articulation, starting from the top, the top and bottom halves of the head can tilt up and down on a hinge, also allowing him to open his mouth. Another hinge is present at the base of the neck, allowing the hed to be raised slightly. The arms have ratcheted swivels for roation, and a simple hinge for outward movement. The legs have ratcheted swivels for rotation and ratcheted hinges for outward movement, knees are hinged, and the ankles have ratcheted hinges for tilting forward and back. Finally the tail has two hinges, although the one closer to the body can only swing up. All the ratchet joints give off a good healthy click while moving, and are very sturdy. This allows for a good deal of poses with the figure, and he can actually hold a pose.

Overall, I would highly recommend this figure, even alone he looks great, poses great, feels nice to the touch, and is just overall fun to fiddle around with. Any interactions with other figures are just an extra layer of fun on top.


Digimon Ballistamon

Digimon Ballistamon

4  mardi 04 juin, 2013
par Jonatan  Finland  

Continuing with Xros Wars, we have Ballistamon, who looks a lot like this old spring-winded tin robots. Ballistamon should come with a Guilmon Digimemory, but my figure didn't have one, and there are not other accesories (unless his head could be considered an accesory).

Following the disappointing Shoutmon, Ballistamon is actually not bad, he's fairly show accurate, and has articulation actually worth mentioning. Now, articulation, the legs can swing forward and backward on ratchets, although that's mostly to accomodate the lines gimmick, and moving to the arms, we have universal ratchets in the shoulders, allowing for full rotation and a 90 degree outward swing, you have a ratcheted swivel above the elbow, a soft ratchet in each elbow, and the wrists swivel. This is all fine and good, but the clicky noise of the ratchet joints just sounds hollow.

Now, there is more this guy can do, if you happen to have the awful Shoutmon figure, you can take the two and...

DIGIXROS!

To perform the merger, take shoutmon, bring down his arms to his sides, make sure his mouth is closed and his feet a flat, you are done with shoutmon. Next, take Ballistamon, and slide his head up and off, before taking his remainging body and splitting the upper torso in two. Fikd dien the red speaker compartment in his chest, and fit shoutmon into the resulting cavity. Close the Ballistamon halves, leaving shoutmon inside, and slide the head onto the grooves revealed in the midsection.

This gets you Shoutmon X2(or Cross 2), and... He looks like Shoutmon who screwed up his Ballistamon cosplay. This form really isn't that great, it's close enough to the show, but shoutmons nose sticking out just kinda ruins it, but on the bright side, he does retain all of Ballistamons posability.

All in all, Ballistamon is much better than Shoutmon, but he does very little on his own. Buying Shoutmon gets you more options, but if you're gonna invest in these two, get ready to invest some more to make them really worth it.


Shoutmon & Starmons set

Shoutmon & Starmons set

2  mardi 04 juin, 2013
par Jonatan  Finland  

Taking a leave from my usual Transformers stuff, I'll be taking a look at some Digimon Xros Wars figures. And starting off, we'll be taking a glance at th first figure in the toyline, and hero of the show, Shoutmon.

The Shoutmon set comes packaged with Shoutmon himself, his four-piece microphone, Starmon and four Pickmons, and the Agumon Digimemory for use with the Xros Loader. And it's probably needless to say that Shoutmon is the mai attraction of the set, albeit a rather disappointing attraction. Shoutmon on his own isn't a very good figure, he looks decent, although his squat proportions, useless stumpy fett, and weird shoulder platforms just go to show how much of this figure was sacrficed for the lines gimmick. Now, Shoutmon does have some articulation, the jaw opening on a hinge, although opening it too far will reveal an odd white thing inside his head, Shoulders can swing a bit over 90 degrees forwards and backwards, and the wrists do swivel,and finally his ankles are on ball joints. That isn't a lot of articulation...

Accesory-wise, Shoutmon can hold his mic, and actually can get both hands onto the shaft, but the mic is so big and out of proportion that it looks ridiculous,it's quite literally a head taller than Shoutmon. The little Starmon and Pickmon figures can also DigiXros(Combine) to form the Star Sword, which Shoutmon can wield, but it's even taller than the mic, and about three times heavier, so not only is the sword horribly out of proportion, but unless you rest starmon against the floor, shoutmon will not be able to support the sword.

So, on it's own, this set isn't very good, and in all honesty is quite bad, Shoutmon is short, stubby, and more-or-less a brick, and his accesories are out of scale and a hassle to use. On it's own, I can't recommend the figure, but if you were to get other figures in the line, he just might be worth the price...


Transformers Prime - AMW-13 Arms Micron (set of 5)

Transformers Prime - AMW-13 Arms Micron (set of 5)

4  jeudi 28 février, 2013
par Jonatan  Finland  

Oh yeah, this was a total treat. I've said it many times already on how much I love microns, and getting five in a set, without needing to buy the mostly mediocre partner figures, sealed the deal for me. Now we have five microns to get through, and the combo weapons, so let's get started.

We'll start out with O.P. Who originally came, cast in blue plastic, with the Voyager Optimus Prime figure. This thing is a decent enough robo-dude, that kinda lookslike g1 Shockwave. Like most autobot microns, he can't stand without the support of the third leg formed by his weapon-mode kibble. Atriculation is basic, qwiht hinged shoulders and legs that move in unisons. Transformation is quick and simple, strat by straightening the arms and flipping up the gun barrel over his head, and finally, fold up the waist and legs to form a cute little blaster.

Next up, B.2, originally came with bumblebee, done in a golden yellow plastic. The little guy can stand on his own, too bad he really doesn't look any good. the only meaningfull articulation is in the elbows. Transformation is simple, straighten the arms, and lift them up to cover his head, the swing the legs around at the knee, and you've got a little dual-blaster.

Nxt, the ugliest of the bunch, R.A. originally came with Ratchet, cast is metally-grey plastic. -this version comes cast in an eye-scorching safety-orange, which really doesn't hlep his already odd design. he has trouble standing even with his third leg. For transformation, straighten the arms, flip up the blade on his back, and fold his legs up onto his chest, and you get and eye-schorcing safety-orange scalpel.

Now we start getting into the territory of odd names, with Iro, who is my favorite of the five. originally packed with Ironhide and cast in a burgundy-orange. Now cast in a deep cherry-red transparent plastic. He actually has decent articulation, with hinge elbows, hips that move in unison, and higne knees. Transformation is a bit more complex, start by swinging out his back-kibble, and roatate the legs at the knees, the straigthen the arms and fold the forward to cover the chest, finally, fold out the very tip of the kibble, fold the strut back down onto the weapons body, and fold the cap in, tabbing it into place, and this gets you a very movie-esque ironhide gun.

and lastly, the absolute weakest of the bunch, is Ooje, wo originally came with Wheeljack, cast in white plastic, this version is cast in a urine-yellow transparent plastic. Transformation is extremely basic, rotate the arms up, fold the legs onto the chest, and flip up the blade from his back, this get you a box...sword... thingy.

Now, with thisset, you can make both the Star Saber, and the Advanced Star Saber. Now, starting with all microns in weapon mode, we'll go to the Star Saber first, and then go to the Advanced one.

For the star Saber, Take O.P. and fold his waist and legs down, then take B." and plug him with his back peg onto the port on top of O.P. then finally plug R.A. into O.P.' barrel, and you have a Star Saber.

Making the Advanced Star Saber is simple neough, just take Ooje and plug him into the back of Iro' cannon mode, and plug Iro onto R.A. The only problem with this combo weapon is that it's so heavy, and all that weight is on O.P.' wist hinge, so if you pose a figure holding the Advanced Star Saber, you might want ot have them somehow support the weapon.

Recommendable if you're really into microns, and don't want the mostly mediocre autobots.



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