This Hatsune Miku figure has to be hands-down the most incredible artistic plastic monstrosity we’ve ever seen – coming full of fiery war time passion, it’s an elegantly refined Miku as never seen before.
As if not obvious, the expression is very powerful. She’s yelling at the top of her lungs with a megaphone whilst on the edge of some sort of iron gating – her hair flutters back in the harsh winds a very lengthy distance. You can see her entire outfit being uplifted as she seems on the verge of being swept away, positioned with but a single foot on this cold steel.
The figure is entitled the “Love is War” version, and it certainly looks appropriate under that name. Whether this was intended or not is uncertain, although upon first sight, it reminds us instantaneously of a scene out of critically acclaimed first person shooting game renowned for its violent yet avant-garde display of war, Killzone. Miku looks to be seriously engaged in some sort of war – with only a single foot on the floor, you can look under her skirt effortlessly as she’s distracted.
Joking aside, her pose is best summed in up in the term “legendary” – it has a forceful impact equivalent to a war time anti-propaganda poster, or a scene from an emotional film.
She boasts details beyond what one could possibly even begin to describe. Her attire is simple in appearance from afar – yet up close one can make note of an ornate array of seams, hemlines, wrinkles, even ridiculously tiny discrepancies one would normally never expect on a figure, yet is an aspect found in the real world can also be found on this intricately sculpted piece. Even her clothing slightly shrivels around the very edges as one would find in our own third dimensional realm.
Her signature color of cyan contrasts the drab grungy grey beautifully in a monotonous fashion. Looking very closely, one can even notice her finger nails precisely sporting this soft cyan color. The only other colors to be found are the few neutral tones of her skin and blouse – alongside a reddish magenta, or pink, seen in thin streaks in the ribbons worn in her hair, as well as the color of the fine wire of the megaphone.
The black and blue pattern of the rectangular slab serving as her belt, or whatever, is a very nice addition to the overall style and aesthetics of the figure.
This one simply goes above and beyond – a self-defining masterpiece unlike the thousands of other overly identical Miku figures.
You can own what should be a multi-million artwork today.