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Review by JoshB
Coyote Tango does not get a lot of screen time in Pacific Rim. You only see it briefly in a flashback when it's pilot, Stacker Pentecost, rescues the future Jager pilot, Naoko Mori, in a devastated Japan. It's an earlier model Jager, with less refined details and a more mechanical look.
NECA has produced a solid figure of Coyote Tango it it's Pacifc Rim line.
Detail and paint are amongst the finest NECA has done in the line. It's really stunning.
Articulation is good, but not great. While everything moves, most key joints have a limited range of motion. To be fair, I doubt a real-life Coyote Tango would be able to do splits.
The head moves, barely.
The coolest feature about Coyote Tango is the movable back canons. The action here is really nice and feels refined.
Overall, a solid effort. In a perfect world we'd have diecast versions with fully articulated fists, firing missiles and effects parts, but for now this will have to do.
|Posted 27 June, 2014 - 10:17 by JoshB|