More and more Rei! The cloning has gone out of control!!!
This is part 2 of my Birthday of Ayanami series of posts on March 30th. Rei's birthday is actually based on Megumi Hayashibara's birthday, her voice actress. Megumi is also my favourite voice actress. This time I'll showcase some of the Rei figures that I recently acquired. I haven't taken pictures of them waiting for her special day, today ^_^
WARNING! This post is photo heavy! I'll try to shut up and let you enjoy the photos. I'll put in some short descriptions and ecchi comments in between.
Kaiyodo X Kadokawa pack-in from Ace Magazine
The best face out of all the figures posted here!
Sega Prize's Seat of the Soul
I'd give you all the angles of the seat, but the backside is not really detailed.
Not the greatest face, but it's not bad. I'm really choosy with the faces for my Ayanami Rei collection.
Great details on the controls.
It comes with a base!
Sega Prize's Evangelion EX Figure from the movie
Hmm... I have a mixed reaction with the face; something about it looks weird, but I still kinda like it. Second best face in this post.
Coincidentally, I got a new glasses and new glasses case.
Uplark's Ayanami Rei Entry Plug Interior
I have to admit that I was not impressed with this Rei... The Rei figure was as big as the freebie one from Ace magazine and the face looked awful. Good thing I got this from HLJ sale, otherwise I wouldn't spend so much on this one. Still kinda expensive though...
BUT... The entry plug interior definitely saved it. This thing is very, very detailed. I'm impressed with this piece. I just wished they had the same amount of work on Rei herself.
It comes with an alternate parts. If this part is on, Rei can't sit properly on the seat...
This is a great piece on the entry plug. It's a reflective disc. I'm not sure what it is, but it sure is cool.
The controls are much better than the one from Sega.
For some reason this angle reminds me of Nautilus from Nadia.
Very impressive... the bottom picture is the inner part that wouldn't have been visible when in display, but they still painted it!
Finally the queen sits on her throne.
You can tilt the display base too.
Comparing it to the Sega version.
That's it for part 2. More to come in part 3!