Pacific Rim - Leatherback Kaiju, figura de 19 cm (Neca NEC0NC31829)
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Pacific Rim es el nuevo éxito de Guillermo del Toro. Monstruos gigantes, robots gigantes pilotados por humanos Neca nos presenta la segunda serie de figuras basadas en este blockbuster veraniego. Las figuras son en PVC y miden entre 17 y 19 cm.
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The arms are extremely limited in their range of motion. When I removed the figure from the package and began to pose him, I immediately and repeatedly found myself pulling against the movement built into the figure. The arms swing forward and backward, but they're kept in line with the body and aren't able to move out in a wide arc. He's stuck, in other words, in a few variations of a gorilla-like hunch. There isn't even a swivel at the elbows, which are also extremely limited in range. I envisioned hanging him from fishing line, suspending him in air, having his arms thrown out to the sides and threatening a Hulk-like clap attack as he lunged toward a Jaeger. Nope, not gonna happen. At best, fully extended, he takes a sort of awkward swimming form.
The head spins at the neck, that's it. There's no up or down movement that a creature like this deserves. And the body core is solid; there's no articulation at the midsection or waste. For those sacrifices, what do we get? Well, fingers and thumbs that have a little bit of movement that borders on the pointless. We get a jaw with, again, limited range. The mouth opens, but it doesn't open into the kind of roar that this guy really could have delivered. You know, like one of those Papo dinosaurs with the jaw muscles that hide in the upper part of the skull until you pull the mouth open? And we get a good effort in the legs, with multiple points of articulation and movement in a way that makes sense for this kaiju's body shape.
Don't get me wrong, I'd rather have this Leatherback as he is than no Leatherback at all. But with a few different choices, this could have been a 5-star figure. As is, even with the existing articulation, he's fairly static. At around $20, he's worth the money. When the price begins to top $30, though (and I'm sure it will shortly), just understand what you will and won't be getting.
Good addition to a collector's stash. Sorry, not sure how good they are out of the box.