This is a figure of Luke Skywalker as he appears in Return of the Jedi. Like most other figures Bandai has released, it was impossible to get in a preorder when the window was open. On the day this figure was released I bought one at full retail price off a seller on Amazon.
Continuing the review with a transformation into Marg Hand.
Goldion Hammer! Activation approved!
Roger! Goldion Hammer safety device, relieve!
Having owned the SOC GaoGaiGar I couldn’t pass up on ordering this guy. I couldn’t get in a preorder through the usual channels when the window first opened, but managed to order one piece through the Yellow Submarine store on Rakuten. I forgot all about it until some time later when preorders opened again on Amiami and I forgot to cancel one of my orders. Now I have two piece with me and no way to get rid of one of them as neither store accepts returns.
Here in Japan the theatrical release of Age of Ultron was several months behind other markets, but Bandai was relentless in its tie-in figure announcements nonetheless. I was fairly impressed by the promotional pictures of most of the figures and impulsively ordered them.
Possibly my last Perfect Choro Q review – I got this from Yahoo Auctions, nearly completing the line.
This toy has one of the coolest designs in the line, being a black and yellow trike. Despite what its name suggests, what it does resembles more like a powerslide.
Another one of the few toys I got from the Hong Kong-based seller on the Evil Bay. I saw a video of this toy in action on Youtube and it seems to have the most flashy gimmick in the line.