This Attack on Titan Mikasa Ackerman Figma 203 is packed with items you would expect from the Survey Corps. Here’s a thorough review and unboxing.
The Mikasa Ackerman Figma by Max Factory comes bundled with a number of small parts to position this figure in many awesome poses.
It stands at 13.5cm tall, and is painted very nicely. The joints for this Figma are found at the neck, the shoulders, the elbows, the wrists, the ribs, the leg-hip joints, the knees, the ankles, and the toes. Holes can be found at the top of her back, the bottom of her back, on her hips, and on both sides of her thighs.
The extra parts for the Mikasa Ackerman Figma include the survey corps cloak, two extra faces, a white collar in case you want to remove her red scarf, four extra hands, the 3D maneuver gear, two swords, two grappling hooks, two small bursts of air that go between the 3D maneuver gear and the hooks, and a big burst of air that goes between the 3D maneuver gear and the base arm.
The 3D maneuver gear connects to the figure at the thighs, the hips, and bottom of the back. It can then connect to the base of the swords, which can be placed within one of the types of hands. As mentioned above, two types of compressed air connect with the gear to make it look like grappling hooks are shooting out of the front and air is coming out the back while propelling Mikasa forward.
This figure also comes with a small bundle of string and a hook with more string. This is used to connect with the 3D maneuver gear and hang the figure into the air.
If you do want to connect the figure to the base arm, it’s best to connect the arm to the top of his back instead of the bottom since that’s where the 3D maneuver gear connects. Be careful when you’re connecting the cloak and base arm together. The paint on the back of the figure seems to rub off really easily.
The figure is mostly hard plastic, but the brown skirt, red scarf, and the green cloak to some degree are a softer rubber-like material. The only way to take off the scarf is by first removing the head. If you remove the scarf, you can place the white collar on the neck to complete the shirt.
And that’s everything that comes with the Attack on Titan Mikasa Ackerman Figma. This action figure has a massive amount of options and looks great. The only downside is the paint seemed to rub off on the back when I connected the cloak. Take a better look in the video at the top of this post. As you can see I connected the base arm to the back of the compressed air. If you do this, and want to add the clock, use the clear nub to connect the cloak to the figure. If you don’t want to add the compressed air, connect the base arm to the back and don’t use the clear nub.
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