Tuesday 10 December 2013
Queen’s Gate Puchitto series…
The whole set Comprises of Lili from Tekken, Dizzy from Guilty Gear, Mae from King of Fighters, Iruha (from I don’t know) and Alice from some eroge and Alice in Boost form (who is the ‘secret’ character). Please note that some of these following shots could be classed as NSFW. Although very mildly
First we’ll check out Iruha.
Some ninja chick with splashes of maid in there, I guess judging by her getup and weaponry.
Paintwork and sculpting are surprisingly good for such small figures at approx 5 cm tall. They need the stands to keep them up right. I like Iruha as she has sandals painted on and a fair bit of detail elsewhere as well. Such as a little red dot on the back of her hands. Wow. So cute.
Oh and impressive cleavage. And arse too actually.
Overall not a bad little figure, despite me having practically no idea who it is…
Next up is Mae from King of Fighters.
Oh Mae, such a dream for the old teenage boy… I never really got into KOF as much as Street Fighter, despite Mae’s um, Charms… She is supposed to be a ninja as well, but I am not sure how effective she’d be with a costume like that…
… Camel toe…
Well, what do you expect, it IS Queen’s Blade related…
Oh and the paint is nice as well.
Next on my list is Lili from Tekken. A quite powerful character that is rather controlled. From the little I know of Tekken, they did a good job of Lili here.
Next on the tour. Dizzy from Guilty Gear. An interesting Demon/Angel character. I really like the design concept behind Dizzy.
Now, moving on to the reason I got this lot.
Alice. I picked up her Revoltech figure (NSFW) a while ago and thought it quite good. As a robot she is an interesting character and is a bit of a dimension hopper in personality. She is supposed to guard the “Queen’s Gate.” There is her normal mode and she has a ‘boost mode’ as well. This first one is her normal mode.
I don’t know why she has Batman’s bat symbol on her head though… I do love the attention to detail, the buttons across her breast, the net thing on her thigh, monster in her hair, the paintwork on her guns, even the holsters for her guns. Very nice indeed.
They went all out on Alice.
And now for the final ‘mystery figure.’ Boost Alice, which is a more mature looking version of Alice, in the same costume mind you.
The differences are obvious, the bat symbol has expanded, as has her bust. oddly her costume has changed a little as well. In her Queen’s gate book, the costume stays much the same, getting somewhat skimpier, but hey, that doesn’t matter here. The details are still just as nice.
Here’s a boost and non-boost shot.
So once again, a rather nicely done figure. I still prefer the original Alice look, but that is mainly because the Boost doesn’t feature that much, but they are both very nice figures for chibi characters.
That pretty much summs up this whole selection. They are all very nicely done little characters. I was rather impressed with their quality but then, after having a look at the box, they are supposed to retail for 880 yen, so for that amount of money, you’d want some quality in there as they aren’t articulated.