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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Toy Review: S.H. Figuarts Shocker Combatman

The fictional grunt that made its way into Tamashii Nations is the S.H. Figuarts Combatman. Bandai’s rendition of the showa solider comes with a bone-like design on its chest and a plastic buckle with the huge Showa emblem that would put the WWE belt to shame.

This combatant includes a humble amount of parts like 7 hands one of these holds a Shocker Cell Medal, a short sword with a printed Shocker logo on one side of the blade and a Shocker Baton. The latter is almost the same with what is included with Kamen Rider 1. Exchanging hands is quite common with what most Figuarts have and it feels secure and shows no sign of breaking.

The figure is thin, langky and looks fragile – which is a prefect representation of one of the well-known soldiers in Kamen Rider history. Shocker Combatman is highly flexible that you can do almost everything; from going head-to-head with any Kamen Rider figures you have or use your imagination for comic relief. For 2,500 yen, or more or less 20 US dollars each, take home a piece of tokusatsu history today. 


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