Stockpile Sunday Review: S.H.Figuarts – Kamen Rider Nadeshiko
S.H.Figuarts – Kamen Rider Nadeshiko
Tamashii Web Exclusive – June, 2012 – ¥3,465
Our next Stockpile Sunday takes us back to June of 2012 when Kamen Rider Nadeshiko was released as a Tamashii Web Exclusive. Nadeshiko made her debut in the Movie War MegaMax movie in Fourze’s portion of the film. Sure, she was space goo, but that doesn’t stop her from being a great design and figure. Despite the slimmer build on her feminine design, the figure’s joints are sturdy, not loose, and besides the ankle pad that keeps falling off, everything holds perfectly. Paint wise, she’s coated in Bandai’s awesome silver paint with a blue that would rival even it. Included with Nadeshiko is the Rocket Module, an alternate forearm joint cover for the Module, four alternate hands, and an exclusive Tamashii Stage. Overall, Nadeshiko is an absolutely fantastic release. Joints are sturdy, paint is top notch, and I find very little wrong with the figure. Being a smaller mold, the joints are a bit more fragile then the male molds, but as long as you go easy while switching the arm pieces out, it shouldn’t be a problem. If you’re a fan of Fourze, or just really like Nadeshiko, this is not a figure to pass up. I easily recommend it.