Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Super Robot Chogokin GaoGaiGar Part 8 [Final]

The end of the review, but to be continued

The last part of the review on Super Robot Chogokin GaoGaiGar already. ^^

This is already the third Hell and Heaven in this entire review. ^^ As you can tell, I really love this pose. ^^
Supported using Soul Stage Act 5 Action Support Type for Mechanics Clear Ver.

To relieve Soul Stage Act 5 Action Support Type for Mechanics Clear Ver. of the figure's weight, I used a wired stand meant for Gunpla in this flying pose. ^^

Comparison with a fellow Super Robot Chogokin release: Alteisen, which was the first of this product series to be reviewed on my blog: ^^

GaoGaiGar is definitely taller than Alteisen, but they are equally bulky in my opinion. ^^

They even have the similar hinge-type shoulder-to-body joint, even though Alteisen's is made of die-cast material, while it's a hard plastic part on GaoGaiGar.

Since I briefly mentioned about comparing its size with that of a Transformers figure in Part 4, here's GaoGaiGar with "Transformers: Prime - Beast Hunters" Deluxe Class Bumblebee. ^^

with awesome look, details, gimmicks, chogokin feel, articulation, and posability, this is really a great action figure representation of GaoGaiGar. ^^ Even though I still feel that the Soul of Chogokin version is the definitive ultimate merchandise version of the King of Braves, this smaller version would be more suitable to play with regularly, and for display on your desktop. ^^ On that note, easier accessibility would be another benefit of this Super Robot Chogokin version that I didn't mention all this while I suppose. ^^

Even though this is the end of the review on GaoGaiGar, it will be featured again very soon after this. ^^ I'm too lazy right now to introduce the next review to explain on that previous comment, but it isn't too difficult to guess anyway. ^^

All reviews on Super Robot Chogokin GaoGaiGar:
Part 1: Not the new, big one, but still very hot-blooded
Part 2: Glossy paint work on clear parts galore
Part 3: "Dividing Driver!" "Protect Shade!" "Broken Magnum!" "Hell and Heaven!"
Part 4: The invisible factor of awesomeness
Part 5: The benefit of being non-transformable
Part 6: Better background needed
Part 7: Continue screaming
Part 8 [Final]: The end of the review, but to be continued

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