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figma - Archetype:she (Flesh Color ver.) [WF 2012 Summer Exclusive]
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figma archetype (Archetype): she flesh color ver.
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Sure, we have Hasbro's current line-up, but they still fall short, if not marginally so, than the toys created a decade ago.
And so that's why I've looked to Japan.
I've had quite a few figma over the years. My first was King Kazuma, and my latest were Link and Samus (I've had a few since they've had a few reissues). I know how their joints work, and also know how they don't work.
I own quite a range of figures from different Japanese lines, from SHFiguarts to figma to Microman--I've seen all kinds of articulation possibilities.
That said, I've also got a passion for blank figures. If there exists a blank figure whose sole purpose is to show off articulation of a line, or to allow customization, I'm there. That's why I'm a HUGE fan of the Microman Material Force line; it's my goal to collect every single figure from that.
So when I found out about the clear archetypes by Max Factory some time ago, I knew I had to get them. I found both for $100 and snatched them up.
When they arrived, however, I wasn't very impressed.
The ones I received were slightly yellow, which taught me that maybe clear figures aren't the best in the long run. They were still sealed, and I smelled no traces of smoke; I guess clear figures don't stay so clear after a while.
They were smaller than I anticipated, almost the size of 3.75" figures. I'd guesstimate they're about 4.5", which should be the same size of these flesh colored ones.
What irked me the most, however, was that the figures didn't come with extra hands. Neither did they come with a stand (if I remember correctly). They were $50 figures (and more, now) that were basically not multifaceted. I sold them not that long after.
Now that you know my backstory, I'll move on to the actual review of the figure.
I somewhat missed the clear archetypes after I sold them because I like blank figures, but when Max Factory announced they'll be rereleasing them in flesh colors I was excited once again. I couldn't tell from the pics if they came with spare parts but I hoped they would. Once we got more info I was ecstatic that they came with additional hands and a stand.
The female figure ("she") is lighter in skin tone than the male. Many complained about how dark the male is, but he's not that dark in person. The female is not that light either, though certainly much lighter than the he.
The range of motion is fantastic, similar to any type of articulation you'd find on a figma, except slightly wider considering there's nothing hindering her from posing, such as clothing, etc.
The parts that don't move are of a softer, almost rubbery kind of plastic. The torso and chest occupy this sort of material, while the appendages are firmer. There's a seam running along just outside the face, halfway between the front and back head hemispheres, though I've yet to fiddle with it, so I don't know if the face is removable.
I know that the clear archetypes were rereleased just recently, and I think with the additional accessories the flesh colored ones came with, but I'm happy with these issues. One thing that I like over the clear ones is that you can see things more easily since they're painted.
I pre-ordered these directly from Max Factory because I knew the prices would skyrocket, and sure enough they did. Glad I got mine.