A month later than I anticipated, thanks to my hamhands, but I finally got around to reviewing the newest member of the SiC line, Kamen Rider OOO TaTaBa combo. This is the now confirmed start of all of the main OOOs forms in the SiC aesthetic, so does it start with a bang or are we doomed to garbage for the next twelve months. Read on for the review.
Here we have the third SIC in the hat trick that convinced me to start collecting the SIC line. (SkyRider and Super-1 being the first two) A Ninja Rider with one episode and a movie to his name, and that’s about all I know about this character unfortunately. It really was the design of this toy that won me over to picking this up, unfortunately while photographing for this review I’m just about 180ed on my opinion of this guy. Read on for the review.
S.I.C.s (Super Imaginative Chogokin) have always been a fringe interest for me. I’ve never really liked the over-monstrous designs these figures tend to take enough to throw down the money and buy them. But then 2011 happened, and I discovered the first images of S.I.C Sky Rider and Super-1, and I fell in love. Now two purchases and 3 preorders later I’ve become stuck in another toyline with no hopes of saving myself or my wallet. So how does the last S.I.C. of 2011 stand up to my own over-hype? Read on to find out!