Thursday, March 28, 2013

Ultra-Act Ultraman Nexus Junis review

This figure represents the eponymous character of the 2004 series, Ultraman Nexus. Nexus was a... different Ultra show, so to speak, and it's pretty awesome. Junis mode is the first Ultra-Act released for this Ultra hero, but it's actually not his "default" form. Junis mode is actually his first "power-up" form, but he had a tendency to power up straight away, so the default mode, Anphans isn't used as much as other default forms. Also, Nexus was actually just called "Ultraman" for most, if not the entire show, but I'm using "Nexus" here, to distinguish him from any other Ultraman. But anyway, on to the figure.

Monday, March 25, 2013

Toy Haul: Bandai Madokas

I'll probably write up posts like this every time I get a bunch of toys I want to talk about, but don't feel like posting reviews for all of them.

Vox Aura was the first one I unboxed

Thursday, March 7, 2013

somewhat quick review: Figma Tsubasa Kazanari

This character uses swords, dresses in blue, has a surname that starts with K and is partnered with somebody whose last name is Tachibana. If you guessed Kamen Rider Blade, you probably didn't see the post title. If you don't know who I'm talking about, Tsubasa Kazanari is a major character from Senki Zesshou Symphogear, an anime by Satelight and Encourage Films. Her figure is Figma #158.

Now, on to the actual review!