While indulging in my harem of bed companions (Which incidentally include: a nekkid angel, a couple of rori basketballers, a spicy wolf, a King Kong and an older version of Tama-chan herself…), I’ve got a feeling of loss due to the lack of a proper Dakimakura of a certain nijigen foxy shrine maiden…
Although there are a number of offers through various online shops, most of the designs and artworks are either too NSFW or not suiting my own picky eyes… Until sometime earlier last month when I gazed upon this new entry to Hobby Heart‘s inventory.
Sparing no expense, I immediately placed an order for the Dakimakura cover.
Time skipped to last week, a package finally reached my den. =ω=
Numbered 444 (Was hoping for 25252 due to her favourite quote, oh well…) in the series, Nendoroid Yazawa Nico finally made her way to my hands after much hiccups
between me and my supplier’s busy schedule to meet up for collection.
I’ve been waiting for 25252 to become a Nendo for quite some time now.
Good thing she’s the 1st in line amongst the 9 members of her group. XDc
After many months of waiting, the highly anticipated Ship Daughteru finally reached my harbour for maintenance!
The Nendoroid Kongou from Kantai Collection, is a regular release. However, since I got her from GSC Online Store, she comes with a couple of extras not available through normal channels.
The special sleeve cover adorn on top of the regular Nendo template package, creating a rather beautiful scene of the Nendo engaging in a raging naval battle.
You could catch a glimpse at Kongou’s sister-ship Haruna behind her, hinting of her possible Nendo release in the near future.
In a couple of posts from last month, I’ve already concluded my review on my Macross holy grail, the YF-29 Durandal Valkyrie (Ozma Lee Custom).
However, I deemed it was necessary for a few comparison shots with some of my other Macross Valks. So here’s a triple shots of them together in there Triple forms… XDc
Firstly, all three Valks in their respective Fighter mode.
Scale wise, Ozma Lee’s ride is the largest in my arsenal, followed by the slightly smaller plamo kit Saotome Alto’s VF-25F Armoured Messiah Valkyrie and the miniature Revoltech Roy Focker’s VF-1S. YF-29 really stands out due to its awesome colour scheme and custom paint job.
A continuation from last time, which is solely focused upon the YF-29 Durandal Valkyrie (Ozma Lee Custom)’s Fighter mode, now let’s transform it into its other modes in this follow-up post.
While boasting of its triple-changing modes of Fighter-Gerwalk-Battroid, there is actually another sub-form shown sparingly in the anime, a tween of Fighter and Gerwalk which I personally called the
AT-ST Chicken Walker mode. XDc
One of the perks of being a Valk is its ability to do a sudden emergency stop and/or reverse thrusts, something of which even its real world jet fighter counterparts have yet to achieve perfectly as far as I know (Please correct me if I’m wrong).
It’s basically your average Gerwalk mode, which is why most of the time it is called as such. The only difference is the arms are not deployed, only the thrusters are detached from its initial location and brought forward as legs.