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Darling in the FranXX - Zero Two (Aniplex)Darling in the FranXX - Zero Two (Aniplex)

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RavenWolf1 (hace 16 días) #32268025Probably doesn't happen. Koto want to milk us first before Aniplex. Then true fans have to order both versions.
that evil koto, just like nanachi , they release them first , and then freeing step in , now i have to order both , and still waiting nendoroid
hace 13 días
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DwD (hace 16 días) #32267383Would be great to see a prototype before Koto release theirs. They announced on Twitter they started production.

Probably doesn't happen. Koto want to milk us first before Aniplex. Then true fans have to order both versions.
hace 16 días
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TheProtaku (hace 16 días) #32266782Hopefully Aniplex strikes while the iron is hot and gives us a prototype while the show is still airing

Would be great to see a prototype before Koto release theirs. They announced on Twitter they started production.
hace 16 días
2pt
Hopefully Aniplex strikes while the iron is hot and gives us a prototype while the show is still airing
hace 16 días
1pt
LorenzCastle (hace 29 días) #31761954I agree their artfx j line is superior compared to their other works. Their paint is bland. But Aniplex figures are not that good too. I have the aniplex saber deluxe and there are paint smudges. Kotobukiya makes figures that wont be made by others though.

Koto's male line is really good and doesnt need to hide at all in my opinion... and they always have some gems... (but some bad apples too)

and aniplex makes beautiful sculpts and painting but there QC is not that good many expensive figures have paint smudges, scratches etc...

(Saber Deluxe by Aniplex: big scratch on the back of her dress so i only display her with the cape, which on the other hand leaves paint "wear" on top of her shoulders-edges and right arm if you take off the cape... i guess from the pressure and slight movements > i put now some soft stuff there so it doesnt get worse :/ ...)
hace 28 días
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maggie (hace 29 días) #31733068I have to agree with this. I think Kotobukiya has some nice sculpts, I do like the ones that I have, but the finishing isn’t as nice as other companies, and they cut corners (I’ve seen a lot of blogs for broken koto figures, falling off their bases, etc). I got one of their Batman figures and the plastic was horrifically cheap, worse than a prize figure, though it was at a $50 price point. I know that’s not $80, or $150++ but still. It shouldn’t have been made of that plastic.
From what I hear it’s rather hit or miss... some people say that Kotobukiya’s male figures get a lot more care than their female, or that one figure would be amazing and the next quite sub-par.
But! They are a company that takes risks and brings us many figures other companies won’t, so I’d say that’s their strength.


I agree their artfx j line is superior compared to their other works. Their paint is bland. But Aniplex figures are not that good too. I have the aniplex saber deluxe and there are paint smudges. Kotobukiya makes figures that wont be made by others though.
hace 29 días
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RavenWolf1 (Hace 1 mes) #31596737Not nearly as decent as Alter, GSC and Aniplex.

I have to agree with this. I think Kotobukiya has some nice sculpts, I do like the ones that I have, but the finishing isn’t as nice as other companies, and they cut corners (I’ve seen a lot of blogs for broken koto figures, falling off their bases, etc). I got one of their Batman figures and the plastic was horrifically cheap, worse than a prize figure, though it was at a $50 price point. I know that’s not $80, or $150++ but still. It shouldn’t have been made of that plastic.

From what I hear it’s rather hit or miss... some people say that Kotobukiya’s male figures get a lot more care than their female, or that one figure would be amazing and the next quite sub-par.

But! They are a company that takes risks and brings us many figures other companies won’t, so I’d say that’s their strength.
hace 29 días
1pt
Jenthehen Otaku at Law
RavenWolf1 (Hace 1 mes) #31596737Not nearly as decent as Alter, GSC and Aniplex. Those companies make top quality figures. I usually only buy top quality figures. I don't like much that Kotobukiya's Zero Two. It again looks like: "let's rush something out before other companies can make their quality products". I'm not going to fall this trap again anymore. I'm not going to buy Koto version because it is first and later I would have to buy even more beautiful Alter's, GSC's or Aniplex's version anyway.

Koto is known for pushing out a figure from a new series first, true, but their quality is close to Good Smile for 1/8 Figures. I honestly think the scale matters a lot. Koto 1/7 or larger figures are nearly perfect whereas their 1/8 cut a few more corners (still not BAD, though). Honestly, I think Good Smile’s 1/8th are about the same in quality.

So if Koto’s Zero Two is 1/7th it’ll likely be high quality whereas the 1/8th would be somewhat less so.
Hace 1 mes
2pt
Jenthehen (Hace 1 mes) #31576687Kotobukiya is a plenty decent company.

Not nearly as decent as Alter, GSC and Aniplex. Those companies make top quality figures. I usually only buy top quality figures. I don't like much that Kotobukiya's Zero Two. It again looks like: "let's rush something out before other companies can make their quality products". I'm not going to fall this trap again anymore. I'm not going to buy Koto version because it is first and later I would have to buy even more beautiful Alter's, GSC's or Aniplex's version anyway.
Hace 1 mes
5pt
Jenthehen Otaku at Law
RavenWolf1 (Hace 1 mes) #31576327Waifu of Year. Finally a decent company makes figure of her!

Kotobukiya is a plenty decent company.
Hace 1 mes
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