- Motto: "Do a barrel roll!"
- Weapon: Railgun
I LOVE Figmas!
I only have 1 at the moment (Black Rock Shooter, who I picked up at HyperJapan 2012) and she is awesome. My holy grails for now are Strength, TV Animation Black Gold Saw, Squid Girl, and Rei Ayanami. I do hope I can get the rest of the casts of Evangelion, Black Rock Shooter, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, and the Vocaloid crew...Heck, I want them ALL!
There are a few I'm surprised haven't been made yet...
Shinji Ikari: Well, him and the rest of the Eva crew really (Misato, Kaworu, an Asuka in her ordinary plugsuit and Gendo especially) but come on...Shinji is not only the main character, he's one of the best, most original anime heroes ever, and from a figure point of view, he's hardly ugly, so why hasn't he been made?
Clearly Gendo is in charge of Max Factory as well as NERV. DAMN YOU GENDO!
Incidentally, are there any articulated figures of Shinji that are in scale with the Figma Eva girls?
Chariot (from Black Rock Shooter). I have seen what appears to be a prototype for Chariot, and some more BRS figures have come out recently, so I think they will make her, but I am shocked they haven't already...She's slaggin' awesome!
I suppose a separately release articulated replica of her colossal spider tank contraption that she can ride in is too much to ask for...
The rest of the cast of Squid Girl (or Shinryaku!! Ika Musume as it was known in Japan). Come on. Who doesn't want a Sanae Figma to chase little Squiddie with, complete with "default friendly smile" face, "starry eyed look of adoration" face, and "nosebleeding, ink splattered, orgasmic pleasure" face, her little camera, and of course the utterly adorable Alex?
Samus in her Varia suit. It was my favourite of her suits (although saying that I am biased as I love Metroid Prime) and I think it would really lend itself well to a Figma.
Also, I don't like the fact that Max Factory only releases their Figmas for such short amounts of time. I want my little Ika-Chan!
What my tombstone will read: "Transformed and rolled out."