Jonathan Tubbs blog header photo
Jonathan Tubbs's c-blog
Fronts 1590Posts 0Blogs 41Following 0Followers 17



Latest figure haul

Hey. More figures came in. Cause that's what we do here, right? Buy figures. Well, I'm sure we buy other things but do you really want to see what groceries I bought for the week? ... do you?

Anyhoo, just want to show off what came in. That is all.

- Fate/Zero Beach Queens Saber by Wave Corporation
- Fate/hollow ataraxia Beach Beach Queens Saber Alter by Wave Corporation
- Nendoroid Super Sonico by Good Smile Company
- The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword figma Link by Max Factory
- Senran Kagura Hibari by Phat! Company

First time buying Beach Queens figures. Very happy with them. Nice quality and great size to squeeze into mini display cases. Believe my next one is Makoto from The iDOLM@STER.

Was concerned about Hibari based on photos I see making the rounds but seeing her in front of my own eyes, I'm pleased. Can't stop looking at those legs.

figma Link is nice to have since I grew up with Zelda since the NES but makes me now wish I didn't skip out of figma Samus. Love how poseable he is and like that you can choose to have him either as being left handed or right handed. Snazzy.

Not much to say about Nendoroid Super Sonico. It's a Nendoroid. Just happy with her since it's Sonico in my favorite outfit.
Login to vote this up!



Please login (or) make a quick account (free)
to view and post comments.

 Login with Twitter

 Login with Dtoid

Three day old threads are only visible to verified humans - this helps our small community management team stay on top of spam

Sorry for the extra step!


About Jonathan Tubbsone of us since 9:42 PM on 10.08.2008

Just your average Joe who works a full time job and tries to squeeze in gaming, and the occasional television show, or professional wrestling program.

Grew up during the 80's so did see a lot of awesomeness like cartoons such as Transformers and Captain N the Game Master to video games such as the 8-bit and 16-bit era of gaming. Transformers plays a big part in my life because of the cartoon and I'll always hold my classic games closer to my heart than modern games. You could say I'm an old man with these kind of actions.

Of course there is the figure collecting that started with the Final Fantasy VII and VII figures but didn't blossom until my best friend purchased me the first Aegis from Persona 3 by Alter. Later I found Tomopop (through Retroforce GO?), became a part of the community. Then I made an off hand comment about a position here in a comment and was offered a position on the team. I cannot be more thankful for such an opportunity.

Though I no longer write for the site, I still check in on the folks here and to see how much it is growing.