Last time, I reviewed the DVD and some bonus content. This time, we’ll move onto the figures.
First review (from me) for the summer, whoot!
First of all: This will be the last post for nearly-but-not-quite-2 weeks, as tomorrow I’m on christmas holidays with my family in Osaka/Nagano/other places. I wanted to get this review done before then though.
I almost didn’t do this review today solely because the photos are quite terrible due to the lighting. My Fukuoka apartment isn’t bad (besides being miniscule), but it’s not particularly well-lit. Thus, I will probably replace all the photos at a later date (as well as include the necessary but currently missing ‘let’s switch everyone’s heads’ photo)
It’s ironic that right when I plan on a few new reviews, I get swamped with uni work. But I did find the opportunity to review something I recently found in the figure section of second-hand anime/manga superstore Mandarake. It’s not a terribly recent figure and your chances of ever finding one are probably quite slim…but I honestly love it, and hey, I want to review it.
Brace yourself as I closely examine all nine of these leetle cuties, from esteemed figure co Kotobukiya. Be sure to click the pictures for the full-size!
It seems fitting that Moeronpan’s first review should feature a moe girl that loves melon pan (and of course the lovely girl addorning the banner), so without further ado I’m going to review Goodsmile’s nendoroidization of the Enpatsu Shakugan (or ‘flaming hair and eyes’) version of beloved tsundere Shana. Please excuse my terribly amateur photography (and maybe give me some tips if you can), and follow the cut…