Time for another review! I’m so behind on these, it’s not even funny, but better late than never. This time, my long overdue review is on figma Inori Yuzuriha by Max Factory.
Inori is the graceful vocalist and freedom fighter from the anime Guilty Crown. Inori is well known for her beautiful voice, but depite her delicate appearance, she is a strong fighter, and has a bit of a dark side.
Guilty Crown is far from being my favorite show. Although the animation, music, character designs, and premise are exceptional, I found the execution to be severely lacking, and by the time the anime ended, I was just happy to have finished it. Unfortunately Inori is a prime example of the anime’s shortcomings as she has a gorgeous character design, but is without a sufficient back story or personality. Regardless of my disappointment with the anime, I couldn’t resist purchasing a figure of the lovely Inori. I initially planned to forgo the figma, and only get Goodsmile Company’s scaled version, but after the preview images of the figma were revealed, I decided to go ahead and get both. I’ll review GSC’s scale separately, so for now, let’s look at the figma.
So far she looks great! The sculpt is accurate, and her colors are vibrant. Now let’s have a look at her up close.
Of course a stunning outfit isn’t all Inori has to offer. Let’s see what she coes with!
Besides the three faces, Inori also has five pairs of hands.
Top row: Fists, open, and cupped
Bottom row: a pair for holding her accessories(which I’ll get to later), and another pair for holding whatever you can think of.
Now that we’ve seen Inori and everything she comes with, let’s take her out for a photoshoot!
Inori Yuzuriha is a solid addition to the figma line. She’s beautifully designed, and her accessories aren’t lacking. Although there’s nothing about Inori to make her a fantastic figure, nothing about her is bad either. Whether you’re just beginning your collection or have a few figures already, I think she’ll be a satisfying purchase.