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Fullmetal Alchemist Edward Elric Revoltech Yamaguchi 116 Action Figure [Toy] (japan import)
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- Fullmetal Alchemist Edward Elric Revoltech Yamaguchi 116 Action Figure by Kaiyodo Jap.
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Fullmetal Alchemist Edward Elric Revoltech Yamaguchi 116 Action Figure
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This is a review of Revoltech's Edward Elric figure, From the popular anime/manga series Fullmetal Alchemist. (My favorite anime of all time.) This figure is awesome. It is extremely posable, even his hair and coat are posable. His body is kind of weird, the way his torso bends looks strange during some poses. you can swap out his fore arm, for his auto-mail arm which even comes with a piece of his torn sleeve to give the effect that he tore through it while transmuting his arm into a sword. (comes with the sword part too) Some of the other things included, besides the usual faces and hands are 3 Transmutation effects and what I can only describe as a "dirt slidey effect" that makes it look like he's sliding in dirt, hence the name.
And who could forget the included revolcontainer? It's a little box that can store all the extra parts. some of the parts i thought wouldn't fit, but i was wrong. It all fits excluding alchemy effect parts, that's a fore arm (metal or otherwise) 3 faces, 5 hands, sword extension, and torn jacket. Which is amazing, if you ask me.
4 faces are included, and they are super detailed. Sometimes I look really closely at them and think, "How did they do that?" One of the faces in particular is hilarious, if you look at the pictures you'll know which one I'm talking about. It practically says "Who are you calling a pipsqueak!?!?"
These Figures are kinda pricey for some that is why I always buy one at a time, but yeah this figure is definitely worth owning. he goes well with his younger brother, which they a also made into a Revoltech figure... buy them both!
As you would imagine, with the smaller joints like the wrist and neck, the joint pieces get smaller, and as a result they begin to demand your utmost care when manipulating the joints or interchanging the various parts. But a steady hand and some deep breaths will get you - and your figure - through in one piece.
Or to say it simply: The Revoltech figures are not simply a child's toy. These figures are for serious collectors who intend to display them.
This Edward Elric figure is exactly what you'd expect of the Revoltech series. Beautifully sculpted, and almost intimidating in it's use of the Revoltech articulation joints. But everything comes together to create a wonderful figure.
The articulation on this figure is impressive to say the least, however I will say that the Revoltech figures have a bit of a learning curve. I was unfamiliar with Revoltech figures before this figure, and so I actually had to take a while to learn the "in's and out's" of how each joint could and could not be manipulated.
Posing the figure for the first time is almost like solving a puzzle, as you slowly find what each limb and part can do. But once you get the hang of everything, and over the first trepidation you might feel when you hear the joints clicking into place, it becomes a joy to discover new ways to pose the figure.
The sculpt on this figure is fantastic, and the muted, gritty colors are reminiscent of the original anime series, not the vibrant colors of the "Brotherhood" series.
If you are a fan of the series, I would highly recommend picking this figure up to be displayed in your home. Oh, and don't forget to pick up Edward's younger brother Alphonse Elric while you're at it!
-There are many options and poses you can create!
-It comes with a stand, for the more dynamic poses.
-Ed's face looks feminine, or... just not Ed. It just doesn't look the same as the other figures I've seen.
-The hands look funny since they're not really 'tucked' into the sleeves or anything. The same can be said for the automail arm -- it goes in the same place as his regular arm, which can look awkward, even with the optional 'torn off sleeve' piece.
-The description should say the size of the figure! It's smaller than I thought it would be. It's about 6 inches or so.
I'd give it an 8/10, mostly for the ability to create awesome poses. I'm still intend on getting a Yamaguchi Alphonse figure.