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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Toy Review: S.H. Figuarts Kamen Rider Den-O Liner Form

The S.H. Figuarts Kamen Rider Den-O Liner form is the latest Final Form figure that shares some color motif attributes from the Denliner. As Den-O Liner Form, the belt also includes the K-Taros with an almost opaque screen, but still an awesome job in Bandai's part. This figure stands about 150mm tall including the spoiler on his head. However, when compared with Sword form, it seems that Liner form is shorter for some odd reason. The problem lies on the parts above the waist. Even with that, his proportions seem just right.

Den-O Liner form includes the unsurprisingly unpainted Rider Pass, lesser painted Dengasher pieces that can be holstered on Den-O's waist, two pairs of hands and the DenKamen. The Rider Pass can be inserted on the sword and the face plate rotates so that Den-O can use any of the  Imagins' respective fighting style when their mask is selected on the DenKamen Sword. Additional attributes of the sword is the lever which can be pulled and pushed back and Momo's eyes that have articulation points.

Articulation wise, everything seems pretty much standard compared with other SHF Den-O releases. The Shoulder pads though feels like those Clorets gum mints where in anytime I can crack them. Leg joints are one of the best molds in the line to date, matching with SHF Kamen Rider Ryuki figures for stability. 

So what is my overall take on the figure? Well it could use additional hands to match Sword Form and the paints applications on the Dengasher should be consistent with the former. Despite that, those who are collecting final forms of Kamen Riders in this toy line can expect nothing less from Bandai Tamashii Nations. I'm pretty satisfied with what I have and so should you. More from the video review below.




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