1/15 Bubblegum Crisis Figures

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  1. soundwaveCA

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    CdnShockwave The Prince of Poses TFW2005 Supporter

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    *tries to think of some bubble gum pun but falls pathetically short*
     
  3. soundwaveCA

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    Anyone?
     
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    QuantumShock Stay for brunch ?

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    if you meant buying all of them then yes. :D 
     
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    i think they are great. didn't realise they've made all four figures. if i remember correctly, the bikes can transform and attach to the figures too.
     
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    Not the best toy for the price but it's the Motoslave, so...
     
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    adamthered Reads comics. Starts shit

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    I was interested until I found out they didn't come with helmetless head accessories so you can actually see they girls faces.
     
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    There is already a BGC figure thread. You can find pictures of my collection there:

    http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/toyark/220535-bubblegum-crisis-yamato-2.html#post3451433

    If you are looking for a Motoslave figure, I highly recommend getting the Metallic Motoslave and Priss set from Yamoto. The joints are tighter and the paint applications are amazing. However, if you want really nice figures of the girls, you'll want to track down a set of the Atelier Sai figures which you can see in the previous photos. Currently there is an ebay auction for the complete set going on here :

    BUBBLEGUM CRISIS FIGURES SET OF 4 BY ATELIER-SAI RARE! - eBay (item 220396293984 end time Apr-21-09 15:01:44 PDT)

    If you are looking for something in between, you could get the Aoshima set that includes a Motoslave and Priss figure. This is a model kit, however, and will need to be assembled and painted. My only gripe with the Aoshima set is I dislike Priss' proportions and you have to be really careful with assembly.
     

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