Kinnikuman Bearbrick (Set of 8).
From what I was told by my cousin, one each came with a bottle of C.C. Lemon soft drink.
I never was a fan of the Revoltech figure line because of their revolver joint ‘socket’ type system. But since they released a Kinnikuman figure, I had to pick one up. Details are petty cool. But still not a fan of this line. There have been better Kinnikuman (Kinnikuman line)of figures that have been released in the past, IMO.
Revoltech Yamaguchi No.128 Kinnikuman comes with 7 optional hand parts, an optional mouth part, 10 optional eye parts, Alternate body part(Sentou Fuku), original chojin mask, display stand base and container.
‘The Girl I Knew Somewhere’ 11/11/12
I know, this clip has nothing to do with my blog…
ULTRA-ACT初代ウルトラマン (ULTRA-ACT 1st Generation Ultraman Figure)-In late July 2012 Bandai released the ULTRA-ACT 1st Generation Ultraman figure. This one is actually a renewal or I should say a completely new figure of Ultraman. The figure itself is a tiny bit larger than the original first version that was released back in 2010. Also the first version had a bit of a caved in color timer area, which I’m glad they corrected that with this new version. And the face is more accurate with the C-Type version. The 2012 accessories included are 3 sets of hands and one ‘V’ sign right hand. The Specium Beam has more effect to it as with the Slash, which is more detailed and bigger than the original. Other accessories included are the optional red color timer, right & left ‘dash’ effect and joint parts for the ‘Tamashii Stage ACT.4 for Humanoid’ stand. The only item not included from the first version is the Brothers Mantle(ブラザーズマント). That, of course, is sold separately. The only downside for me is that this Ultraman is a bit taller than the ULTRA-ACT Ultraman Leo. As per the actual Ultra Brothers data for both Ultraman and Leo, Leo is taller. But overall, I do like this 2012 version of the ULTRA-ACT Ultraman more than the 2010 released version. Good stuff.
Do you remember the Star Wars 3D comics back in 1988? Yes, 3D glasses were included back then.