Now that I’m back in the game I thought I should get a review out the door as soon as possible. However, instead of doing something new I decided to go back to April 21st, 2010. What happened on that date? Well, Toronto had 13 hours 43 minutes of daylight and a waxing crescent moon that night. But more importantly I wrote a review for Hatsune Miku “World is Mine” and then never published it. It was 1400 words and had no pictures because I couldn’t produce a set that I liked. And to be honest, I still haven’t managed to produce one I’m 100% in favour of. So what will follow today is a mix of pictures I’ve taken of Hatsune Miku “World is Mine” and an edited version of the original review.
Sasasegawa Sasami, I knew you had black panties when I ordered you (thank you relfections!) but I am disappoint. Your black panties are plain and boring and your crotch rather wide!
It’s not often I manage to acquire a whole set of something. Often there are obstacles like cost or availability that get in the way of completion. This time however, I’ve successfully acquired all five 1/6th scale Evangelion girls from Kotobukiya.
Mmmm sprinkled donut… *drools* erm.. Inaba Yui by Good Smile Company, cute, surprises but not perfect. Those would be the 3 words I’d use to describe this figure.
With the start of Yosuga no Sora this season along with Tier’s demands I’ll be reviewing Megahouse’s Kasugano Sora. For a girl of her size she’s certainly got the hips!
It’s been so long since I blamed someone for making me buy a figure, but today I have someone to blame. *raises his fist up like Stephen Colbert* Rico!!!!
Good Smile Company’s simplistic Misaka Mikoto figure arrived a week and a half ago and I have to say, I’m a little underwhelmed. But there are some external factors at work here.
It feels like it’s been forever since I sat down and wrote a review of a figure I actually owned. Last week of course I wrote many single paragraphs about many different figures but this week it’s back to business.