S.H. Figuarts Review | Black Widow (Avengers: Infinity War)
Thomas has an encounter with Tamashii Nations’ Natasha Romanoff action figure from the Infinity War line.
Featuring amazing possibility and range of movement of the feminine body, Black Widow from “Avengers: Infinity War” has arrived in the S.H. Figuarts series!
Black Widow comes 8 interchangeable hands, 3 interchangeable faces, two fighting sticks, one combination of the two fighting sticks, and two fighting sticks’ handles to attach to the back.
I love the effort Tamashii Nations made to produce three different facial expressions for this figure, it’s great work and each of the head sculpts are truly amazing! There are one neutral expression, one angry expression and one eye looking the other way expression. It’s basically the same head sculpt as the ones for the Avengers Endgame figure, just a different haircut. So it’s a miss that they didn’t include the angry expression with the Endgame figure!
The outfit is nicely detailed and screen accurate and I like the shade of green they chose for the jacket, and too light but not too dark, just right in the middle. The figure has 21 points of articulation.
When you compare it to the Marvel Legends figure, there’s no contest, SHF wins there, on every level except the accessories. The ML figure has the tasers, SHF hasn’t. So it would be my only complaint about this figure, the lack of accessories.
Overall, Black Widow is an incredible figure and the additional facial expressions make it that little extra special.
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Star Wars and Marvel specialist, anime expert