Super poseable figures
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I mostly collect figures in 5-6 inches (around the 1/12 scale)
the other day while visiting the local toy store and see this spidey, I usually never buy figures in this scale 'cause usually the ones I saw in the past have had veri limited articulation, but as it say is super poseable, and were cheap so I said, why the fuck not, I were very pleased with his range o f movement
So, how many super articulated figures there are in this scale? or almost all of them are lame ass articulated
Jurassic StrikeForce Five
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So, we're never getting these, are we /toy/? I should just give up hope?
I've had these on pre-order for a very, very long time. Hoping. Waiting. But alas. Nothing. I was leery when I found out what company was making them, seeing as I don't think they'd released ANYTHING within recent months (correct me if I'm wrong), but yeah...yeah. I'm losing hope. I want these fuckers, like yesterday.
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Is it me or does Kotobukiya cash in on what other companies are doing, alot?
Kaiyodo does Revoltech Gurren Lagann (And a drillized version), a Kotobukiya kit follows (Also with a drillized version), Danboard (Two sizes), a Kotobukiya kit follows (Also two sizes), Jehuty, Yotsuba, Kotobukiya did them too.
Goodsmile does chibi versions of Saber, Madoka, and Kirino Kousaka, Kotobukiya launches Cu-Poches, which has chibi versions of the same three characters.
ThreeA does Metal Gear Rex, A Kotobukiya Rex follows.
Can all of this be a coincidence?