Pre-order's are available for Yui Takamura's Figma

Nov 28 // Jon Wills    @Jakajantiamu

Break it down.

Power suits and Figmas usually work very well together, but there is something a little off to me about Max Factory's Figma version of Yui Takamura. Perhaps I have been spoiled on the Nendoroid version of Yui, but her Figma comes with very few extras, just her sword and three expressions to display her with.

Despite that I have to say that this Figma of Takamura Yui would make for a great action figure. She is totally dressed for the role and having a sword as her only accessory would tend to make one think of creative ways she could be posed with it. Her hair also shows a lot of action and movement. I think that she is best displayed to look as if she is in motion. A simple pose would not fit this Figma.

Max Factory's Figma of Takamura Yui suggested retail price is ¥3,619 and is expected to ship out in late April of next year. What do you think Tomopeeps? Anyone interested in her?

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