FanHome Street Fighter Subscription Box #5 Review

FanHome Street Fighter Subscription Box #5 Review

 

FanHome is offering a new Street Fighter subscription service with highly detailed and painted figurines inspired from the Capcom video game/arcade franchise. Each box includes new PVC figures, magazines and brochures, and through the subscription you will receive free gifts of Street Fighter 4″ statues that you can also collect, and these differ from the 3 1/2″ – 5 1/2″ figurine series. The subscription starts at the introductory price of $1.99, which is for Ryu plus the magazine. Ken is the second figure and you also get the magazine for $7.00. The additional figurines plus magazine are also available through the subscription, so head on over to FanHome for all the details.

 

 

The fifth box includes four figurines, including E. Honda, Sakura, T. Hawk and Juri, which are priced at $13.99 each plus you get the magazine for each figurine.

In the video, we have an in-depth look at the brochures and magazines that are included in this box, as well as the figurines. So go check that out.

Thank you to FanHome for providing their Street Fighter Subscription Box #5 for review. 

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Each figurine comes with their own magazine, which are also numbered on the upper right hand corner. Inside the magazines, are origins about each character, a history of the franchise, and other tidbits of information that you might not have been aware of. Each magazine is designed similar, but each given different information about the franchise, including Capcom.

 

E. Honda comes in his white and blue striped skirt, with white undies underneath. The figurine is mostly showing skin, with his face painted with red stripes, and sculpted black hair as you would see on a sumo wrestler. He is sculpted in an action pose with his knees bent, left arm up with the hand pointed out, and the right arm in the back.

Sakura comes in her college outfit, with a white vest with blue trim, a yellow neckerchief, a white headband, blue skirt, purple and shite shoes, and blue socks. She is sculpted in an action pose with her legs apart, left arm up, and right arm bent. Her hands are gloved and painted in red, and her hair is sculpted and painted in black, with the headband hanging in the back.

T. Hawk comes in his blue Indian outfit, with moccasin boots, white bands and a blue and white triangular-patterned headband with a pair of white eagle feathers, one of them blue at the top. His right leg is best and upward, and being supported by an acrylic stand. The arms are backward with his hands flat, and pointed outward.

 

Juri comes in a purple dudou, with her chest supported with straps that meet on her back, forming a spider pattern. Her pants are long, baggy, off-white colored sweat pants and purple tights, and long, fingerless purple gloves. Her fingernails and toenails are painted and she has dark hair styled into two horn-like bangs at the top of her head, which appear to be fastened with pink ribbons.Her feet are rapped in Taekwondo, with her goes and parts of the foot showing. Her action pose features her left leg in a kicking position, right bent knee, and her arms are bent and in-front of her chest.

Each figurine stands on a black base, with their names on the bottom of it.

Overall, FanHome has done a fantastic job on these with the overall quality, attention to detail and overall likeness of the characters. This is a great inexpensive collectible that gamers and action figure collectors will surely love, and makes a great display piece with your games, consoles, and action figure collection. My recommendation would be to subscribe, especially if you are looking to enhance your display.

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