Saw this lazy cat sleeping beneath my table when I was having dinner at a food court just now.
It moved its sleeping location once the whole time I was there, but didn't bother to turn around to take a look at the human sitting right next to it at all. ^^ My business of eating my dinner right next to it was obviously none of its to care one bit. ^^
As the numbering itself somewhat represents the numerous variants of Gundam Exia in my collection, I'm determined to continue this "tradition" of using the same tagline in other applicable Gundam Exia reviews, just to see how far I can take the numbering to. ^^
A Nendoroid figure who can perform a kneeling pose?!
Despite the emphasis shown in her name, the articulation design of Nendoroid Saber: Super Movable Edition only gets formally introduced in the fourth chapter of this review series. ^^;
While Saber is definitely the first release to feature the so-called "Super Movable" enhanced articulation design, she isn't the first in the series to be reviewed on my blog: that honor goes to Hatsune Miku Absolute HMO Edition. ^^
Then again, looking at the many releases in the Nendoroid series right now, this enhanced articulation design is really not a big deal anymore, and has become a rather typical feature for certain releases. ^^ I know many of the releases from "Fate/Stay Night", like Saber Nendoroid Complete File Edition, Saber Alter, Archer do feature this design. ^^
Arguably, Good Smile Company is capable of designing all of their Nendoroid releases with this articulation feature, although it's obviously clear that's not necessary at all. ^^
After side-lining this posting series for almost 20 months since the review on the gore flick "Darah" (2009) in late September 2013, Sunday Movie Theater returns with a good old pirate movie that has nothing to do with the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise. ^^
Like the usual reviews on model kits and collectibles, I think I'll need to keep the writing in this series shorter now, so that I won't go on and on about the details and exhaust myself everytime I talk about the movies I enjoy. ^^
Mentioned in the last posting on Super Robot Chogokin GaoGaiGar that its review wasn't ending back then. Its connection with this option weapon pack is the reason for that continuan. ^^
Even though I'm setting it as a new review series, since it is technically a standalone merchandise, but due to the significant connection between the two, I think it would be perfectly appropriate for Key of Victory Set 1 to be included as an extra component in the previous review. ^^
After obtaining his Bachelor of Business (Information Systems), Ngee Khiong pursued his post-graduate studies in Master of Multimedia from Swinburne University. Prior to joining as a full-time teaching staff, Ngee Khiong has worked on the design of several commercial web projects, as well as teaching as a part-time lecturer in Swinburne Sarawak. After ending his near eight-year teaching career, Ngee Khiong is now working as an administrative staff at Sarawak Energy Berhad.