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Posted by Leah Bayer on May 7, 2012 | 5 Comments
I don’t have a ton of male figures in my collection, and I find that for the most part they just don’t appeal to me. They’re either kind of blandly posed (Altair’s Yuri and Flynn) or just outrageously designed in a way that doesn’t float my boat (most of the P.O.P guys). That’s not to say that I don’t like all male figures: in fact, the few I have, like MegaHouse’s Zero or Kotobukiya’s Kaworu (review), I definitely love–and I’m always on the lookout for some diversity for our collection!
When I saw Kotobukiya’s new Akira, it hit all the right notes with me, especially the jacketless Damage Version. I actually had one of their Togainu no Chi figures way back when I started collecting but actually sold it–this Akira, however, definitely struck a different chord. Awesome pose, gorgeous face, ripped clothing, cool base–what more can you ask for in a male figure?