Review: S.H.Figuarts Shinkocchou Seihou Kamen Rider Skull

It is finally time to look at the S.H.Figuarts Shinkocchou Seihou Kamen Rider Skull; the definitive or should I say the “Hard-boiled” version of Kamen Rider Skull as a S.H.Figuarts! Now, the Seihou captures Skull perfectly in scale and in design. The basic body for the figure shares the same the body/ mold with Kamen Rider W. The accessories are extensive when compared to the original edition, or the Skull Crystal edition. S.H.Figuarts Shinkocchou Seihou Kamen Rider Skull features variations of his fedora, additional scarves, mod changing Skull Magnum, and…

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Review: Mini-Pla Kyutama Gattai Series 4 Gigant Houou

“5-4-3-2-1, Rangers in Space!” ~ Mini-Pla Gigant Houou has arrived to represent Houou Soldier, adding to the legend of Tsurugi Ōtori! This Mini-Pla set starts off as all three parts, before combining into Gigant Houou. Yet, that is not all it can do, as it can also become Kyutamajin, by combining with the Shishi Voyager. Now, this Rolling Review looks at the entire set from each piece to each combination. In addition, one can expect a brief look at the custom paint job I gave the set, so it would…

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Review: Ultraman Geed DX Ultra Capsule Solid Burning Set

“Here we go” again, as we look at the next item I purchased in the Ultraman Geed toy-line. This review is on the DX Ultra Capsule Solid Burning Set! Now, the Solid Burning Set is the second in the series. It contains two Ultra Capsules, and two Kaiju Capsules (actual kaiju may vary). The focus on the set is on Ultraman Geed’s form Solid Burning, and the form’s first foe Darkclops Zero. Along with being able to summon an army of Darkclops Zeros to fight Ultraman, one can also summon…

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Throwback Thursdays – Review: Cyber Card Set Vol. 4

Here is a “throwback” to November 2015, to when I reviewed the Cyber Card Set Vol. 4  from Ultraman X. Down below is the original description for the video on YouTube: Volume 4 is practically the best set for someone if his or her favorite series are Ultraman Leo, Ginga, Ginga S, and Ultra Victory Fight. Now, for my reasons to get this set is slightly out of the ordinary seeing that I do not like Leo or Ginga’s original series, but sought out to complete my Ginga based cards…

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Review: S.H.Figuarts Gomora

S.H.Figuarts Gomora has come to destroy my channel! However, I managed to turn the tables on it, and review it instead. Now, this S.H.Figuarts is more akin to a MonsterArt due to Gomora being a kaiju. In addition, it is the second kaiju from the Ultra series to be added to the SHF line following space dinosaur, Zetton. Furthermore, Gomora is the fifth SHF release to be from the original 1968 Ultraman series.   S.H.Figuarts Gomora is based on its generation 1 design, but specifically its original 68 appearance. Where…

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Review: S.H.Figuarts Shinkocchou Seihou Kamen Rider Accel

I am finally able to take a look at the S.H.Figuarts Shinkocchou Seihou Kamen Rider Accel; the definitive version of Kamen Rider Accel as a S.H.Figuarts! Now, the Seihou captures Accel perfectly in scale and in design. In addition, the detail and the paint apps bring out the best in what the suit had. Furthermore, the accessories are extensive when compared to the original. However, this is just calm before storm, as Shinkocchou Seihou Kamen Rider Skull is on its way to my home… Please favorite, like, comment and subscribe…

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Review: S.H.Figuarts King Joe

A new Ultra-related S.H.Figuarts has been released, so that means I must attempt to review the damn thing. This S.H.Figuarts comes from Ultraseven, as it is King Joe! Now, King Joe made his first appearance in episodes 14, and 15 in Ultraseven, before making other appearances in the franchise. Some of King Joe’s other appearances are also discussed in the video, for example King Joe Black and King Joe Scarlett. King Joe was last seen in Ultra Fight Orb, however it will be used for an upcoming Belial Fusion Beast…

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Review: Ultraman Geed DX Ultra Capsule Fusion Rise Set

Here we go again, as I look at the next item I purchased in the Ultraman Geed toy-line. This review is on the DX Ultra Capsule Fusion Rise Set that was teased in the DX Geed Riser Review. Now, the Fusion Rise Set is the first in the series, and all sets that follow are shown to contain four capsules. These sets will contain two Ultra Capsules, and two Kaiju Capsules. The Fusion Rise Set’s focuses mostly on the Data Carddass Ultra Fusion Fight exclusive Belial Fusion-Beast, MagaMaga Arch Belial.…

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Review: Ultraman Geed DX Geed Riser

“You Go! I Go! Here We Go!”   Today, I look at DX Geed Riser from Ultraman Geed. The Geed Riser is device used by both the protagonist, Riku Asakura, and the antagonist, Kei Fukuide. The Geed Riser works by scanning Ultra/Kaiju Capsules. When using the Ultra Capsules it allows one to become Ultraman Geed. Whereas, the Kaiju Capsules can summon Kaiju, or create Belial Fusion-Beasts. Now, the DX Geed Riser features the basic items and capsules as seen used in the premiere. It has LED lights, and various ways…

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Throwback Thursdays – Review: Cyber Card Set Vol. 2

Here is a “throwback” to November 2015, to when I reviewed the Cyber Card Set Vol. 2  from Ultraman X. Down below is the original description for the video on YouTube: Ultraman X adds another collecting gimmick to the franchise, the Cyber Cards which feature most of the Ultras and Cyber versions of Kaiju/Seijins. In this set, Volume 2 it features two cards seen in the show along with six cards that have yet to be seen or confirmed. However, after using them in the X-Devizer somethings were revealed about…

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