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Thursday, April 18, 2019

Toy Review: S.H. Figuarts Hawkeye (Avengers: Age of Ultron)

First version of Hawkeye released for S.H. Figuarts is from the 2nd Avengers movie subtitled Age of Ultron In this version, Hawkeye has a longer garb that almost passes knee length. Out the box, the arrows are already attached at the back of the figure and you can easily adjust by swinging left to right. You can also detach this if needed. He has 3 extra hand replacements for his left arm and a bow with the right hand attached and another version with the arrow molded together. 

For those who have been collecting S.H. Figuarts for quite a while will understand the limitations in articulation based on how the figure is built, especially on this rendition of Hawkeye. I believe that the official photos on the Tamashii Nations have a better face sculpt of Jeremy Renner than this actual release. The hand replacements are nice but only tethered if the figure is holding both bows. Another thing is that Bandai should have given more options like a separate bow and arrow. Last thing is that the arms cannot be clipped closely to the torso like most S.H. Figuarts.More to this from the video review below.


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