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Pokemon Pokepura #40 Select Series Lunala Review

Pokemon Pokepura #40 Select Series Lunala available from HobbyLink Japan

By Cori from Pokemon TCG News

Today we are taking a look at an interesting model kit by Bandai which builds into the legendary Sun and Moon Pokemon Lunala. If you had the chance to check my first reviews for Pokemon kits by Bandai you know I’m becoming a fan of these products.

Today we are taking a look at an interesting model kit by Bandai which builds into the legendary Sun and Moon Pokemon Lunala. If you had the chance to check my first reviews for Pokemon kits by Bandai you know I’m becoming a fan of these products.

Today’s kit only made me like these kits even more, as this particular model is more complex than the previous I tried, thus it’s more fun to put it together. The Lunala kit is composed of quite a lot of pieces as well as stickers for details. As usual, the injection-plastic kit is already painted and needs only assembly; stickers are to be placed on the pieces as we build the kit.

Instructions –which are very detailed– are provided, so the whole assembly process is not only fun, but also very simple and relaxing. Each part is well molded and everything comes together with minimal effort, so it’s quite satisfying putting this kit together. I really enjoyed the whole process!

To take a quick look at the box, it is very similar to other boxes in this series: regular cardboard with the product’s photos on it. The runners containing the various parts of the kit are packaged in clear plastic bags so that everything is well protected.

If I previously said I wasn’t a big fan of stickers provided in Bandai’s Pokemon kits, with this one I have to contradict myself. The Lunala kit’s stickers seems to be of better quality and they stay in place very well. Applying the stickers is both easy and fun, so I approve of them and I’m glad that for bigger and more complex kits Bandai also provided better stickers.

I really like this kit as the result is quite stunning. Once assembled, we have a very well done Lunala action figure, which is very movable — the head, wings, etc. can be posed in different positions. The quality of materials is good, speaking of both plastic parts and stickers. An added bonus is the clear plastic base this kit is provided with, which is very versatile as it permits you to pose Lunala in all sort of positions.

In conclusion, I 100% approve and recommend this kit! I had so much fun building it and I am very proud of the quality action figure now displayed on my desk, so if you get the chance, try it!

The assembly process

Yet again I filmed myself assembling this great kit. The video is incredibly long, but feel free to take a look if you are interested!

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  1. really nice, i love lunala
    also the build looks fun, but i usually dont like stickers

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