Good Smile Overwatch: Reaper Figma Action Figure

Good Smile Overwatch: Reaper Figma Action Figure

Good Smile Overwatch: Reaper Figma Action Figure

Good Smile Overwatch: Reaper Figma Action Figure:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. These Figma action figures are amazing. They're a little pricey for an action figure but they are head and shoulders above the "standard" action figure made (or readily available) for an American market. From detail to points of articulation, they can pretty much do whatever you want them to do.I'm a collector, an appreciator of all things Blizzard (except Diablo 3, but that's a different story lol), and I definitely prefer the higher amount of detail found in these Figma toys vs. the Hasbro ones coming out now. I have the Reinhardt Hasbro one, its pretty awesome, but you can see the difference in overall quality. The Hasbro ones are more like the old G.I. Joe or Star Wars figures from the '80s while these Figma ones are like if those '80s toys had a baby with the current Blizzard statues (Sylvanas, Illidan, etc.) that cost a few hundred bucks.I've had the privilege of visiting Japan a few years ago for about 6 weeks. Amazing people, food and down right gorgeous landscapes. Anyways, we backpacked around and did quite a bit of shopping. I picked up a few small toys, Godzilla, Robotech (Macross), mini dinosaur skulls/skeletons, all for - USD each. What still strikes me to this day is how insanely detailed they are and just...reek of a much higher quality, and all for just a few bucks. So, the point is, I'm not really surprised that these Overwatch figures, made by Figma, a Japanese company, are so highly detailed (figure and packaging) but I guess I'm writing this because I read somewhere else, another person's review, that said they really could not see a difference between the two. I completely disagree.I think both toys have a place, but if you're more of a collector and appreciate having "higher quality" stuff on your shelf and love Overwatch like me, then these Figma toys are for you.max 86% off,max 63% off,finally popular brandGood Smile Overwatch: Reaper Figma Action Figure
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Good Smile Overwatch: Reaper Figma Action Figure

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  • The smooth yet posable figma joints allow you to act out a variety of different scenes.
  • A flexible plastic is used in specific areas, allowing proportions to be kept without compromising possibility.
  • His twin Hellfire Shotguns are included to display him ready for battle.
  • Effect parts can be attached to the Hellfire Shotguns to recreate his Death Blossom ultimate.
  • A Shadow Step effect sheet is included which can be placed at his feet to pose him using the ability.
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Here he is! "Death walks among you" from the globally popular multiplayer team based shooter Overwatch comes a figma of Reaper! He can be shaped into a variety of exciting poses that will allow you to act out your favorite Overwatch moments.


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Good Smile Overwatch: Reaper Figma Action Figure

Good Smile Overwatch: Reaper Figma Action Figure:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. These Figma action figures are amazing. They're a little pricey for an action figure but they are head and shoulders above the "standard" action figure made (or readily available) for an American market. From detail to points of articulation, they can pretty much do whatever you want them to do.I'm a collector, an appreciator of all things Blizzard (except Diablo 3, but that's a different story lol), and I definitely prefer the higher amount of detail found in these Figma toys vs. the Hasbro ones coming out now. I have the Reinhardt Hasbro one, its pretty awesome, but you can see the difference in overall quality. The Hasbro ones are more like the old G.I. Joe or Star Wars figures from the '80s while these Figma ones are like if those '80s toys had a baby with the current Blizzard statues (Sylvanas, Illidan, etc.) that cost a few hundred bucks.I've had the privilege of visiting Japan a few years ago for about 6 weeks. Amazing people, food and down right gorgeous landscapes. Anyways, we backpacked around and did quite a bit of shopping. I picked up a few small toys, Godzilla, Robotech (Macross), mini dinosaur skulls/skeletons, all for - USD each. What still strikes me to this day is how insanely detailed they are and just...reek of a much higher quality, and all for just a few bucks. So, the point is, I'm not really surprised that these Overwatch figures, made by Figma, a Japanese company, are so highly detailed (figure and packaging) but I guess I'm writing this because I read somewhere else, another person's review, that said they really could not see a difference between the two. I completely disagree.I think both toys have a place, but if you're more of a collector and appreciate having "higher quality" stuff on your shelf and love Overwatch like me, then these Figma toys are for you.max 86% off,max 63% off,finally popular brandGood Smile Overwatch: Reaper Figma Action Figure