Monday, March 30, 2015

Neca "Cherno Alpha" 7inch Pacific Rim Figure

Cherno Alpha is the second Jaeger figure produced in Series 3. The first one is Coyote Tango.

The robot head looks like a descendant pail used for Chinese wedding dowry :)

Surprisingly for this character, its "fingers" are articulated.

Besides realistic paint work, weathering and sculpting are beautifully carried out.

If I remember correctly, the extendable forearms were used to attack Otachi in the film.

The red star symbol which represents Soviet Union is printed on the side of the arm.

As the articulation of the figure is good, it can hold a lot of nice fighting poses.

The figure has pretty tight joints and no supporting stand is required here.

I highly recommend you to get it if you are a huge fan of Pacific Rim.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Items purchased in this month...

They are Hot Toys 1/6 "Falcon" in Captain America:TWS, Neca "Romeo Blue" and "Anchorage Attack Gipsy Danger" 7inch Pacific Rim Figures in Series 5.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Neca "Coyote Tango" 7inch Pacific Rim Figure

You can only move its head a little bit due to the design around the neck.

It's a solid figure as you can feel the weight when holding it in your hand.

I like the yellowish-brown paint on the surface as it enhances the rusty look of the robot.

Coyote Tango looks very cool with its twin cannons at the back.

Similar to Gipsy Danger, the figure has number 34 printed on its shoulder pads.

As the articulation of the arms is limited, you cannot get dynamic poses from this figure.

Another great figure with excellent paint application by Neca :)

The logo of United States Air Force is printed on each cannon and both cannons can be moved to the position you like.

I personally think that Coyote Tango is still a beautifully designed Jaeger in the movie (Next review: Cherno Alpha).

Friday, March 13, 2015

Hot Toys 1/4 "Little Groot" in GOTG

For packaging, it's a simple box with three sided plastic window to show the contents within.

Of coarse, you can bend the figure and its arms a little bit. Make sure you don't overdo it.

There are three interchangeable heads with different expression. The first one is a smiling face.

Here comes my favourite head with laughing face.

Unfortunately, I broke Groot's neck joint when I was trying to turn its head for poses. Groot really looks sad after all...