Everyone already has Gwendolyn so my pictures are probably superfluous, but here they are anyway. I did not play Odin Sphere for very long, but after seeing the other photos of this figure, I decided she looked good enough to buy.
Her wings might be her most prominent feature, but I like the contrast between her steel-encased legs and her upper torso, where she appears to be wearing some sort of medieval tube top. She has a nicely-rendered ass, something that Alter chose to de-emphasize with their choice of promo photos. I wonder why.
Looking at my shelves, Alter seems to have a lot of figures of girls standing on one leg. Maybe I should gather them together someday for a pictorial celebration of anime girls leaping into action.
I hope that her foot peg is robust, as she wobbles considerably when jarred. I have a couple of Alter figures with ankle warping and peg breakage issues and I’m hoping Gwendolyn doesn’t become the third.
As said, everyone has Gwendolyn and reviews of her are rampant. I think she looks fantastic, with her dynamic pose and mysterious smile, and I’m happy to have her in my collection.
I was fascinated with this one, but lost the chance to buy it. But know this one is gonna be re-released so I migth get the chance. She looks so young, but I love the wings, pose and clothes. Once again I thank you for this review.
You and your page encouraged me to become a collector of this wonderful hobby :).
I recieved my Hattori Kiriko, and ordered the Rei and Asuka Creator’s labo. Also have the Catwoman from Kia Asamiya Batman Wave 1, and Cammy.
It’s funny how all my figures are from the same company.
This seems to be a pretty good year for Yamato. I’ve been very pleased with their figures thus far and I’ve got a few more on order. I’m really looking forward to Compact Hog, I hope she gets released next month.
I’m glad to know that this site was helpful to you XD