Here’s my photoshoot of Chara-Ani’s take on the tragic heroine, Isayama Yomi from the series Ga-Rei Zero.
Let me preface this review with the fact that I am a HUGE fan of Ga-Rei Zero.
While the series isn’t that well known, let me say that for a 12 episode series, it succeeds in telling a very satisfying and compelling story thatis filled with great character development, poignant scenes and amazing action sequences.
Even the opening theme, ‘Paradise Lost’ by Minori Chihara, the current Actar’s Reviews opening theme, is auditory gold. Do watch the series if you haven’t. (^.^)
Alrighty, on to the review!
Definitely a good representation of Yomi-Oneesan, but I do have some criticisms. The figure looks wierd at certain angles and Yomi, being a very dynamic character, really deserves a more dynamic pose. Also, the figure is affixed to the base…
Other than that, pretty good figure on the whole that looks much vetter in person.
Yomi’s sacred sword, Outo-Shishiou is removable. If you are wondering what that item is in the background…
…let me show you one of my prized pieces in my replica collection – A scale custom made cosplay prop of Outo-Shishiou.
Made of both PVC and Wood, I absolutely love the details that was put into it.
My fave picture of the bunch. Here’s hoping for more Ga-Rei (Zero) figures!
Ah, do note there’s a online exclusive version of this figure that comes with a Chibi Ranguren. (Yomi’s Sacred Beast)