Another day another figure. I wish it were that often, actually no I don’t, that would be far too expensive. For todays figure we have Shiki Ryougi from Kara no Kyoukai. Kara no Kyoukai takes place in the same universe as Shingetsutan Tsukihime, both are by Type-Moon and have been adapted to anim
Cospa’s Horo, better than TAKI Corps. The end. Kidding, there’s plenty more. The second of my current 3 Horo figures is produced by Cospa. She’s a few steps up when compared to TAKI but still not as good as my Kotobukiya Horo, which I’ve yet to review. Sure she’s not half naked, and her removable […]
This beautiful figure arrived on Tuesday this week. But being busy I wasn’t able to type anything about it. Plus I purchased that Nikon SB-600 so I wanted to try and figure out how to use it before shooting some pictures of the figure. I think I’ve gotten better results with this flash than before, they’re more consistent anyway. That said, there is still inconsistency with light levels and such.
Alpha x Omega’s figure of CC from Code Geass was the second figure I purchased. This figure taught me just how bad my TAKI Corp produced Horo was. There are far fewer problems with this figure, in fact they’re quite hard to find and not all that obvious or annoying. And if that wasn’t enough, she was cheaper than TAKI Corp’s Horo at a cost of $84! Though I suppose in TAKI Corps defense, Horo was 1/6th scale where CC is 1/8th.
This being the first post I figured it would be a good idea to review the first figure I purchased, TAKI Corps rendition of Horo from Spice and Wolf.