Review by JoshB
Ninjalady Shina comes from the Micro Lady line, a sub-line of Microman. It’s the second in the series and uses the female full action body.
Like all Microman figures, this one is insanely articulated and comes with tons of accessories. Unfortunately, in this case, this works against the figure. Too much articulation makes it difficult to pose, and if it wasn’t for the base, you might not be able to strike a good pose at all. It is frustrating because just when you get one limb the way you want it, another one moves out of place. The additional armor looks great, but the arm parts do not like to stay in place and will move with the slightest touch.
Ninjalady Shina is molded is smoky clear plastic with purple paint details. The head is chrome as is with all Microman. This figure has an articulated hair section.
There are 13 accessories, 10 hands and a base included with the figure. Among the accessories are a two-sided lance, 2 daggers and 2 throwing stars. The daggers can be stored on the armor parts that attach to the upper legs. The daggers attach to the wrist armor and the lance can stow on the back armor when not in use.
This figure was part of a brief push to get Microman back into US stores. These were distributed in the USA at specialty shops by Diamond Comics Distributors.
|Posted 10 January, 2007 - 15:30 by JoshB|