The fugliest toys you have seen while collecting.

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  1. ultrakaiju

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    The fugliest toys you have seen while collecting.
    This is interesting.... but just raises a lot of questions from me. The concept and development seemed to be far more promising than what I am seeing now. And somehow, seeing the 'painted' up version, is actually even more of a let down. As in, this could be a really fun toy to check out and play around with (maybe) even though there are some major things I would change; but that would be at the 1500yen, mass-produced Bandai level. As a massive chunk of 'art toy' vinyl, which I have zero doubt will come with commensurate pricing (hell, we already know what those Marmit Gojis are like!), it is something I can happily be aware of on the periphery but ignore. Which is sort of shame in itself, but there ya go.
     
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    The fugliest toys you have seen while collecting.
    That’s a whole wall-of-words just to say ‘it sucks!’
     
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  3. ultrakaiju

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    The fugliest toys you have seen while collecting.
    But see, that's just it though, I don't think it totally sucks. Just that the final execution (from what we can see here) didn't live up to the potential, or what I believe was an ambitious vision. I don't think - as the incredible new entry onto the high-end soft vinyl market - this works for that.

    We are all welcome to our own forms of criticism though.
     

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