Characters: Kazuma Ikezawa and King Kazma
Series: Summer Wars
Release Date: June 2011
My Figure Collection Link: http://myfigurecollection.net/item/42201
I am going to start with bunny super hero, King Kazma. Standing just under 9 inches, this furry avatar looks like he’s ready to fly into action.
Now sure, he looks like he could spring into action at any moment, but wouldn’t it be so much cooler if he were already in action? I think he looks really neat, but his pose is a bit boring.
The most detail this figure has to offer is his Oz belt, which I might add, is pretty cool. His gloves are also nifty.
I love how he has a lil’ zipper pull, but no zipper. No, I mean it. Not even on the inside. Again, really cool belt. The blue stones are pretty, and a nice touch.
Kazma is also wearing his goggles, which look fairly unimpressive.
Here you can see his fluffy bunny tail, and above, the furry backside of his head. Both of these aspects look fairly decent.
His vest billows out behind him as if a gust of wind is blowing, or maybe a strong power is approaching. Underneath it you can see a non descript torso.
King Kazma sports some pretty cool shoes. I’ve gotta wonder if the circles along the bottom give him his epic jumping skills. Then again he is a bunny.
His face is alright, again with the lack of detail, but his expression shows a little bit of determination. He really does look like he is waiting for an approaching opponent.
His base is really cool. It has the Oz warrior pledge across the front, describing the Oz Martial Arts Championship. This base also connects nicely to his counterpart, and creator, Kazuma Ikezawa.
Overall Enjoyment: 8/10
The character design itself doesn’t really excel in detail, so as much as it’s simplicity drives me crazy, I must say the figure suits the original design very well. I still feel a better pose would’ve made this figure perfect.
Next up is Kazuma Ikezawa, the player behind the King Kazma avatar.
Kazuma, like his bunny counterpart, is fairly simplistic in design. The difference being the amazing amount of detail that went into this sculpt.
His fingers are splayed showing each individual digit, and though they are slightly bent, his hand rests nicely on his base.
His other hand casually holds his headphones. Each fingernail has a slightly lighter hue. (His headphones come unattached, so be very careful sliding them into his hands.)
We get the same attention to detail on his toes. The shading on this figure is amazing!
Kazuma’s shirt, and shorts fit around him loosely. Each fold is carefully placed to look natural. His stripes are all clean, and straight.
Kazuma’s expression is perfect. His look says “Why did you interrupt me? I was playing my game!” They did a great job catching his personality. His face is flawless, even including a right eye under his bangs.
His laptop, and headphones are really nice as well. On the computer screen you can see King Kazma, and the world of Oz. Each key is sculpted and painted clearly. There are no letters on the keys, which kind of stinks, but other than that it looks really great.
There are even ports on the sides. It also opens and closes. Great accessories.
These figures are a really nice addition to just about any collection.
Overall Enjoyment: 10/10