A BOLD Shion figure!
Unboxing / Assembly / Review
Shion 1/7 ScaleQuesQ info
Otaku Sinh’s collection
I bought it here!
¥16,280 (Figure) + ¥5,269 (DHL Ship) = ¥21,549 or $146.08
Paid on Tues 10/25/2022
Shipped on Fri 10/28/2022
Arrived on Mon 10/31/2022
Shopping w/ AmiAmi
Check out my other blog posts where I go deeper into AmiAmi here, here and here.
- Many collectibles #1 choice to important anime figures from Japan!
- Don’t have to pay upfront until release date
- Can combine monthly release orders
- AmiAmi distributes many Amakuni figures
- They have a live chat during operating hours!
- Do not cancel your pre-orders too often or it can lead to a BAN!
- EMS is pricier than DHL for US residents (at least in my experience), typically it’s the opposite
- I usually don’t see Aniplex, ThreeZERO and some Tamashii Nations figures there
QuesQ Shion Box
This figure comes with the figure and a base. If you bought the AmiAmi acrylic piece, it will come with it as well.
- Align figure holes with base figure pegs
- It isn’t aligned perfectly, so there might be a little bit of maneuvering; however it still fits!
- Sculpt is accurate, clean and fairly detailed
- The paint job is as clean as you can get for a scale figure
- The shading of her pants and shirt stand out
- The Rimuru base is a nice alternative to basic clear and black bases
- The shape of her face is different from her anime counter part, but that’s not quite a bad thing
Is it an accurate representation of Shion?!
My failure to find the exact episode and scene this was in is killing me, but this is a great Shion figure overall!
Are there defects?
- On the belt buckle, there are slight paint errors (very typical for scales)
- There is a slight paint scuff on the right side of her inner pants above her ankle
I made my YouTube video right before Wonder Festival 36 and so they recently dropped preorders for this figure’s variant. Check it out here!
This is my first Ques Q figure and I am pretty damn happy about the quality of it. For $146.08, I find that to be an acceptable price range. I would have been willing to pay up to possibly $180 for a figure like this because of how clean it is. For a simplistic pose with no extra effects, it’s all about the quality of the sculpt, the paint job and how they handle the face/hair. Overall, I think this figure came out pretty damn amazing. If you don’t mind the “lewd” side of anime figures, this Shion figure is a pretty damn good choice.