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In 2020 I bought the Monkey King figure from 303 Toys. It is an amazing figure. So when 303 Toys announced the release of Nezha I immediately pre-ordered one. After almost a year it finally delivered. I like this Nezha figure as much as I hate it. I like its design, artwork and details. It comes with rich set of weapons and accessories. However, the articulation of the limbs is quite limited and that restricted the pose-ability to some extend. It requires a lot of carefulness and patience to handle this.

The original paint work is decent but still I have hand painted some shading to make it stand out after the camera. The display stands come with the figure do not securely hold the body tightly. I have make a new display stand with transparent acrylic plastic which fits the waist. It does not affect the move range of the hands. The transparent material is not that noticeable as well. The implanted hair falls off easily. I applied some water diluted white glue to the root. My unit has a alignment issue with the back armor. I need to cut and re-glue to the correct position.

I always want to create a scene which Monkey King fights with Nezha so I made the CG in the opening, with my very amateur video skills. The lack of extreme pose-ability of the figures also limited some more intensive fighting scenes. I wish to re-do this in the future.

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Very cool. (y)

The video is well done too. I've never seen a figure with multiple arms before. Neat to see how they did that feature.

I have wanted to do a character like Dexter Jetster or Pong Krell from Star Wars, but the arms are in different locations, and the body is much bulkier.
 

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Very cool. (y)

The video is well done too. I've never seen a figure with multiple arms before. Neat to see how they did that feature.

I have wanted to do a character like Dexter Jetster or Pong Krell from Star Wars, but the arms are in different locations, and the body is much bulkier.
I am glad you like the video. The original character is also supposed to have 2 extra heads (3 heads and 6 arms) in the myth. But it is technically too difficult to fit 2 more heads on to the very small body as the back is absolutely packed already with those 4 extra arms. I can understand that compromise.
 
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