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Saturday, June 22, 2013

Toy Review: S.H. Figuarts Kamen Rider Wizard Land Style

The most masculine amongst the forms, the S.H. Figuarts Kamen Rider Wizard Land Style harnesses the power of the earth accessed through the topaz cushion-cut Land Ring. Yellow might not be the most brute color against the first three, but most of the gem cuts are more straight and cornered and the shiniest.

As expected there are some similarities in terms of accessory count. If you are still interested, here it goes. An extra bent ring holder without the Land Ring molded on the sling, an extra Wizard Driver with the scanner switched on the other side. Also included are 10 extra hands with the Land Ring molded on the index finger of the left hands, the WizardSwordGun in two forms that still carry the shake hands folding gimmick. Last is the extra robe with a mustard yellow paint underneath and the special Land Style Tamashii Stage.

For me Land Style’s head mold looks too big on the frame, almost hiding his neck looking at a distance. Articulation remains just the same as the other S.H. Figuarts Wizards so I am quite used to it. Tamashii Exclusive or not, Land Style is still a decent action figure that almost captures Kamen Rider Wizard’s essence. If not for the price tag, this is still a figure worth keeping. I hope the Dragon Form looks better. More to this from the video review below.


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