As one might surmise from the above image, the following post should probably not be viewed in a professional environment.
We have here a figure of one Lala Poplip Pipiruno Pipiru Paparemmo, hereafter referred to as Lala. She apparently was the cover girl of a Japanese drawn-pr0n magazine named Comic Aun, and she enters the third dimension in a solid 1/7 scale from the manufacturer Orchid Seed.
One very obvious characteristic of Lala is going to determine who takes her home and who does not. While she comes dressed in a skimpy green two piece swimsuit, one does not acquire a figure like this to leave her in that sort of thing. After a quick decapitation and dismembering of her arms, off went her clothes. Pictures of her attire can be viewed at Hobby Search or any other retailer carrying this figure.
I’m not sure why she is strapped, nor am I much of a gun nut so I’m not sure what she’s carrying. (A Sig P226 maybe? I dunno.) Paint application is generally clean, and I don’t notice any major flaws. Oh wait, there’s one. There’s a big scratch on her left thigh, but I don’t know if that’s Orchid Seed’s fault; when I got the package, a corner of the box was smashed in, as if the Postal Service went all Chris Brown on it. It didn’t help that Kid Nemo didn’t really bother with padding the box, which is sort of disconcerting as it took them like two weeks to ship this figure. You’d think that’d be enough time for them to buy some bubble wrap or newspapers.
I buy some figures because they exude personality, like Gwendolyn and Mishiro Akatsuki. Their faces project emotion, their poses evince movement and dynamism. Other figures I buy simply because they are slutty as hell. This is definitely one of those other figures; there’s nothing really all that distinctive about Lala’s pose or character design, although I do like the futuristic headset and the red scarf. Based on that criteria, this is a pretty cool figure, one that I’m very happy with.