To Canada. With my girls. It was terrific, but the jet leg has RUINED me. It seems I can no longer brush it off as I once did when I was a nipper. I’ll upload some pics when I’ve been through them. Here’s a taster, though – our hotel view at Lake Louise:
In more frivolous matters, however, what bots arrived in the post in my absence?
I’ve had this on order for yonks, but there was a bit of a delay with smartlulup on AliExpress. Still, for £22 posted you can’t complain. She’s not MP quality, obviously, but nor is she MP price!
Not all KOs are equal. It used to be that buying a KO meant sacrificing quality. Nowadays, that isn’t always the case. While it’s certainly true that some knock offs are still low-brow alternatives of the source material, it’s not uncommon for modern KOs to match or perhaps even better the original.
One Masterpiece to rule them all. You may choose to argue that MP-10 is not the greatest masterpiece ever made because you’re young and you’re cool and you’re a hipster and an individual and rise about the ‘sheeple’. But you’re also wrong. MP-10 is, as they say down our way, ‘the bollocks’.
OK, I concede that you at least maintain the right not to adore MP-10 above all others, but I’m happy to go with the crowd on this one. He’s a magnificent figure, with two virtually perfect and kibble free modes that sport a gorgeous anime look. There are complaints to be made, such as the vehicle rear still looking a bit leggy. Some cite the figure’s ‘gorilla’ arms (which I’ll take any day over the added kibble introduced by the Shadow Fisher add-on). And some specimens might be troubled by loose ankles or smokestacks. But, really, to criticise MP-10 is prove yourself impossible to please. This is as good as it gets.