Friday, November 27, 2015

S.I.C. Vol. 16 Kamen Rider Black RX & Kamen Rider Black Part 7

As limited as it is, Kamen Rider Black is actually more articulated

A very brief look at the articulation design and action poses of Kamen Rider Black RX from S.I.C. Vol. 16 after its form change in the previous posting. ^^

Turning the head to all direction is much easier as compared to the same action on Black, obviously due to the lack of palpus on its cheek to obstruct said movement. ^^
Then again, as the collar is no longer a separate part, the head's movement is now solely dependant on its own neck joint.

The larger and more encapsulating shoulder armors confine the arms to even limited range of lift from the side of the body. ^^;

The rest of the figure has the same articulation design as that on Black so they are not going to be repeated here.

As it turns out, but perhaps not too surprisingly so, as limited as it is, Kamen Rider Black is actually more articulated. ^^; Then again, in terms of posability, Kamen Rider Black RX does have a distinctive advantage in the form of an extra handheld weapon. ^^

Revolcane, Kamen Rider Black RX's sword.

Closeups on the sword's details.

Revolcane's length: about 13cm.

The sword handle can be attached to the slot in the option right fist as shown in the previous posting.

Some action poses from Kamen Rider Black RX:

Supported using Soul Stage Act 4 for Humanoid Clear.

Knowing that Kamen Rider Black was unable to replicate some of its signature poses with its limited articulation range, I didn't even try any with Black RX. XD

A mixed set of action poses from Kamen Rider Black and Black RX coming up in the next posting, which will be the last one for this review series. ^^

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