Here’s a review of the Tamashii exclusive Tornado Parts for the VF-25F.
I decided to get this off Mandarake before its price would continue shooting up to ridiculous levels. Despite it being opened and the box severely damaged, it didn’t come cheap.
Got this guy during the ordering frenzy over a year ago when it was re-released, paying well over retail on Nippon Yasan. When I received it the box was already busted up as you can see below. I finally decided to open and mess with it. As the previously-reviewed YF-29 shares many similarities with the VF-25 series, I might gloss over some details.
Hot on the heels of Zero Form, here’s a rather short review of his accompanying bike.
This is nearly a recolour of the previously-released Zeronos Altair Form which I hesitated and missed out on when it was on sale for cheap because I have the old Souchaku Henshin figure which shared a lot in common with the SHF line except for its useless ankles and lack of clear parts for the visors. When the preorder for Zero Form came out along with his bike, I ordered both on impulse.
This week’s post was supposed to be a review coinciding with the release of the Tamashii exclusive Zeronos Zero Form and his bike. Since morning I had been checking on the delivery tracking which said that it was already delivered, but I only received my stuff in the evening which meant there wasn’t much time for me to do a review by now.
Here’s a quick review for the Hyper Function LBX Achilles Deed. I built it straight out the box without painting or applying any stickers. It has many parts from the original Achilles which I didn’t manage to paint or review last year.