Spring is in full swing, and this special release Nendoroid is here to help celebrate! Continue Reading »
It’s no secret in this column that I love Tiger & Bunny, and my pile of merchandise from the show continues to grow. I’ve reviewed the Chibi Arts versions of Blue Rose and Dragon Kid before, and I’m continuing my slow decent into Bandai’s figure line with the S.H.Figuarts version of Barnaby Brooks Jr.! Continue Reading »
I’m going to be doing something a little different this month, since two weeks ago the first of the bi-annual figure exposition known as Wonder Festival (WonFes for short) took place in Japan. WonFes is a big deal for companies and collectors alike, since they provide a golden opportunity to show off new figure prototypes and give announcements for upcoming figures! I’ve covered some of my favorites in the list below, but many more items and pictures can be found on MFC. Continue Reading »
I could’ve sworn that I just got a Nendoroid that I wanted to review, but I can’t remember which one it was… Continue Reading »
With the holidays still in full swing and a lack of new figures arriving at my door, Subdued Figures is taking a slight break from its review schedule to talk a little bit about a problem that most figure collectors face at some point: leaning.
From the song to the OVA to the game to the anime, this month’s review covers the most recent version of Black Rock Shooter, the TV design Figma! Continue Reading »
Coming directly after her Tiger & Bunny colleague Blue Rose, this month’s review is another Chibi Arts figure: Dragon Kid!
When Tiger & Bunny hit, it hit big. And when that happens, a boatload of figures are sure to follow. This time I’ll be reviewing the Chibi Arts version of the ever popular Blue Rose!
This figure was released nearly a year ago, but I managed to get a new one for my collection! Let’s take a closer look at the Hatsune Miku Append Figma version!