The lights are on
This Zero figure is for sale, but not in the mass produced action figure
in plastic casing sort of way that we are normally used to. This one has been custom
created by designer Jin Saotome.
Saotome has apparently been working his way through a series of Mega Man characters and has already created a custom Mega Man himself figure. For more images of Zero and details and how it was created, just head this way.
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It looks shiny.
This looks good, but Zero looks really bored with whoever he is fighting.
Looks as detailed as my ex-wife's curves.....
Data does not approve of the face :/
How come the cool stuff is never the retail stuff?
Looks kinda creepy
Zero is my favorite MMX character, so yeah this is totally Awesome!
It looks great, but the face bugs me.
No way Zero looks like that ***!!! >:
how much is it in the long run.
not a fan of megaman or the games that much but I always liked zero...
It's a great interpretation, I'll give the designer credit for that. But this is obviously not a 1:1 version of the MMX Zero we all know and love.
His right arm in the figure is essentially a giant Buster - there's no forearm at all. The green circles on the shoulder pads....don't belong. Hair is orange? And the face is...like everyone else says - creepy.
It's a shame because of how awesome it actually turned out....and it not being EXACTLY Zero. Overall, very cool but the subtle changes listed ruin it for me.
The armor is cool for sure, and this is quite an achievement (I certainly don't know how to do this), but I do not like Zero's face. Or Mega Man's -- I checked out this guy's linked page. It just lacks the style that Mega Man have; that high, high-quality anime/manga style expressive face. I do not care for "generic westernized" Mega Man or Zero. Those faces are a glimpse into a world where, say, Capcom Vancouver were given full range to make a Mega Man game and completely changed the tone of things to "gritty" and "realistic", as western developers are wont to do...
Other than the faces, it IS cool though.
very impressive craftsmanship
Pretty cool, not really a very good likeness, but nonetheless pretty cool...