Heh, finally having a 3 weeks break now, so hopefully I will have more time for this blog and more gunplas. Hehe…
But anyways, as promised, here’s another long overdue post on OOO. More long over due reviews coming in soon… 😛
First release Batch also came along with UNKH’s hand and a display stand. One of the main reasons I wanted to get this guy anyways haha…
Interchangeable claws, option hands and the Medajaliber.
UNKH and the display stand. I wonder what’s the correct spelling though? The box says UNKH but in the show it’s been subbed as ANKH. I guess it doesn’t really matter much…
Nice display stand.
Having UNKH around allows for more poses. LOL
As expected from SHFs, kneeling ain’t a problem.
The Ozu Driver is very nicely detailed for such a small piece. You can see the medals slotted in.
The Driver is able to swivel,
A very nice touch that the belt is able to move.
And onto the claws… The claws are “extended” by taking off the “withdrawn” claws and replacing them with the “extended” claws. Pity they couldn’t make it swivel like the Ozu Driver. Although there are size differences between the “withdrawn” and “Extended” claws. The “extended” are larger in size.
The Medajaliber is fairly detailed as well… Making it to be show accurate.
TRIPLE SCANNING CHARGE!
*The UNKH display stand doesn’t come with the “clamp”. I had to use mine from the stage arts stands.
SCANNING CHARGE! The legs can’t “henshin” into the hopper legs, although I prefer this version of the rider kick. The hopper legs in the show… Are just too freaky.
Sad to say… Even though the eyes of the head are nicely detailed… This figurine isn’t without problems. The head and legs are fairly loose, and you can even see obvious nub marks all over the body. And it IS disappointing as SHFs are getting more expensive, but the QC has DROPPED. Drastically.
But if you can accept the flaws, and the high price point by now because of UNKH, it’s a pretty nice figurine to have. I got mine for SGD 38 or was it SGD 36? Can’t remember… But the price has shooted up like mad.
Well that’s it for the review of the Tatoba combo. Personally I feel that it’s a good figurine to have, but the flaws due to dip in QC has caused me to feel disappointed towards it. Otherwise, it is a very detailed figurine. I do hope that future SHFs can better improve….
Till next post!