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POP Wonderland #3 Thumbelina trading figure set (System Service)POP Wonderland #3 Thumbelina trading figure set (System Service)

MaakieMaakie1 år sidenReview
! There is a wall of text in the beginning! If you want to see the figure + pictures and not the background information, you can scroll down a bit. ;) !

The pantyshot in this review has been put in spoiler, so this is a sfw review!

This review has spoilers (if you can call them that?) for the Thumbelina fairy tale.


Welcome to my review! Today I will be talking about a figure-set of Thumbelina ENTRY #13489 from the fairy tale with the same name ENTRY #13490 ! This figure set ENCYCLOPEDIA #25821 is made by System Service ENTRY #7900 and consists of 5 pieces:
#1: Thumbelina sitting in a flower ITEM #22572
#2: Thumbelina getting ambushed by the stag beetles ITEM #22573
#3: Thumbelina during winter, taking shelter at the field mouse her place ITEM #22574
#4: Thumbelina escapes with the swallow ITEM #22575
#5: Thumbelina meeting and marrying the prince ITEM #22576

I will start off with telling some more about her background.

Background

Thumbelina is the famous fairy tale of Hans Christian Andersen, about a small girl adventuring around and eventually falling in love with a flower-fairy prince. Famous character designer and artist POP ENTRY #8335 made a series of illustrated children's books telling famous fairytales, called POP Wonderland. Thumbelina is one of those books and this trading figure set is based of illustrations from that book.

The reason why and how I got her

I'm a huge POP fan and collector and when I saw this full set new and sealed available on Yahoo! Japan 4+ years ago, I decided to try my best bidding on it. I ended up winning the set for around 2,5K yen (excluding proxy fees), which is a fair price for this older set, considering it means paying around 500 yen each figure. Because I was close to moving to a new place, I kept these figures with all their small parts sealed and this is my first time opening them.

Original art

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/xeN8OWnD0caX4UH3Wy65hYC9il1GKXkSZ1KiCmftJVv6CcsqmZYlk5BF3rzgJZhAilIu73cR_LfxFAFqC24ZEr0SY4p1CStuHwKG2lWTBkg7VoUZYCnEKAEttMn5JRTZFK6ylqUWGIorFaXBSMZ2IrFgjmTeh98kn4XtXhyf4dCM-dJ_SzYSWP620kBPqGMldwGjlngSxzTsxuFocgfIxg97E1iZwMSG3gC5WzZLmi9OoYUV_c5LhLLXN1F81FbvJWlFc22bYfj-eLxSNqDRhRXSZSOoiyEL-CRsnUtlaPKc0pn6ZqNlZ62iFlOLcBTXquZZq5_xZm7cUTN2cN6rvHAUTwkGRcVB4TbjSDadJWrCm8zxRB99lvWQ4DeHSE006QDI1nM_tt7s41ibBjPhwEucqW3sXZEEvgZVWUM9ihEeplPItJ8-ImT2TQICWPqbnHk0Bl5sOB3kzWPy6P_LjnO5ghe27hMNyawP7POm-95XEcHu-6vURExII0zXeCksDE-Ktb0o-nWcSpLSrhh3j_RHX3mYyrazRy2cV8g2Rl4_6Gt4IVBtoiTJk5daULn78bxqJOeoEWi-jEIE1lu-lZVThHzQlRZnrA4WIhI=w600-h491-no?.jpg

The original art from each figure comes directly from this book. Unfortunately I did not manage to get a copy myself yet, and online I couldn't find enough scans for each pose, so this specific artwork is where we have to keep it at with reference. POP is known for using a very cute and pastel style. You will notice this style wasn't kept with these small trading figures, while it was kept with scaled figures made from this franchise.

Video

For people that prefer the box shots, first look and first shots of the figure as a video, please take a look at the inserted video below. For the people interested in pictures: keep on scrolling!



The Box

It's hard to find information about this set, so it is unknown to me if these were either distributed as gashapon or in small trading figure boxes. The huge amount of small pieces would indicate they are rather gashapon.

The seller I bought these from had all the small parts new and sealed, and very compactly put together in a plastic bag.

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https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/0DIyhKjuHdWD3GmMSZbOM6jkh0EjXXrmGfhK0Wdwd5QU_F8hvf6OK5R5tDJ_2DSczkO4bAUob6FU-c8-jnX_TRNwNyjZxbYdcIaTtUH16EXFQY1ytgU6JkorgM3shH_lO3Bqrs_32otC3HiUEx0CGvuxar1PJhI1FOGTWM56SH9TPQb57yls7m9adZwv5g649r5TbBntpD2UfCThZ0TMR1WP4dK-UczCEUJygsjmSfpSdPvbSILRGX116U8-iNYWfeKRPmHL-1wYqZBc_j7oIrjZi34nJlRfTUHy-UPx4smkYUhlansRJfqSyOgwxYOVzqeV_A-GFS7TDhbnwR5xoLofLKwsdeOvvZ4hL6I_7xHp11xK6QwlwKLwLZq9ccMG34QN1W8HddU8ye64CfBWxvqIpysRGszI7bGc-8glsDoVFk6a1yN0aKORv5B1RsL5AQZ0Lg1cuHPm19ASPs8VtqL-R_4qxtIP7k-hCUoHeCBrMFMf_AiGU2kkN-rTCrlI-nT4cEPD1FmNuf7Y6p4wyZpjCcQSHCdC3W2rtvce3GtZGahp_CAo2i9MnOz6UztI6g2NcalHEszLUgzf3hqLXQb9aOTA61cHZeGJVBo=w629-h966-no?.jpg

I was happy to see it still came with all the booklets!

Assembling

Considering the huge amount of parts squished together it took a long time assembling everything, as I needed to identify which part was for which figure.

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I first put together the Thumbelina's as those were the most unique.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/YcOedBXRptqMIK7lXB3rYMIhNpilPUPZnhp-CqjqfUx-z_CO0EuXMoqkTFnLPfsvEqEmBhI_WujlQZxim3WUM1Encqo9JKDjPFtc4-_tfTkoQTEVHJKfG0ZoirGnG0SYIW_qCvDTm1EHtpIIIFJoQt9SUn23TCg-geyEDpWIkcCmyRVmhuVEcsh_jp2FCZZrcCDnVMcaEGura73PhOGdW4nvBBehVFopX7dOnFGwT0R8PfZJAnGZFpe9EuW2kYpxYZSArdDjbJMuR36qDctCVAqi2VrK6Z_HKV2IAqZW-HmsGgumEr82FskKJjXwH0S6nUtX8dMVCgW-os9rIqyglQIJbaMxIb-N8dTbP5LXVJgP_m3v9EoOrp2mG8VVAdyXvHOuvbdnWmGFyCF4AV8jNQPCNjMMxCeQpGPdXwQUVsb3JHwuCQruN-mZ5Y6gUMSi1ji1W86tx67uIqJp9fgE72W7CSUMQRrHy2pg5GydsfxSH56ehHooPDaD-sALAqIc7naBLVwayfJNe_kV90ctoOcoWaOOPeifoaS-pL-9htHdkZ_P2aZ1fSJilQqdTL77vQhueZERGfOPLbU_hH5_o5N2G3klmZ7_lh74b_w=w1515-h966-no?.jpg

Then I started puzzling which background pieces and bases belonged to which.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/9XXsm34yh_VWSUwqO_1MHWOBnjPqEji1TLy8tiPC0SdY11hk1QeGIo5X4QTTMcf4fsLLjFGXVKQS9Pt3yekVPWhIeClRc4ohLN_Fhztu4rnZOdRuA718bI0EvS-8PNsgvz41p9ZQUvolQ1TGxEpWL6a64068H0pWD7E_qC6LcbdfUC_OCANueJV0qVJ9c8ijZystVokCqHa2N8pSaDUiCvo115qfFtMhcqu2imNU64xd3vsriNJyoQMQJkPUjgpZBQLxs-uJFXozj1WWvau9-NyNp6Moyv0jH9TWVWgqNzcwWrk6u-8NQAEgO7-FdmBHYaPCLZm4xyNpdd0m5Dpf0_nJXhzO_-NaV8x6kNomUY5Sxz_Sp2zH8A0IAqLTzylWiLhqbnx2F4GUo7AzFuobey6jwCu3XVDr6zkiQCik-07bn3HSY_gDOzvM-2ODctNjtS4KJaDWKe3Hh2dIWNCoBVOpHe61Oi6skBXjt8f7ur6zoNOgzCYxn4bIy0ckxdxU13u8V9vVmCd89afqABAqJPexUNhkVqnljP24W8I3zQkk2NKKK64N8CLRdH8jvVPusoPOY5cGczbD7Ubyvp_a6yG1uNsC9YtOfIlrjNI=w1288-h966-no?.jpg

The bases seem very similar, but have different design for each figure, mainly depending on where the peg to hold the figure is. The assembling is slightly tricky as you need to use quite some force to especially get the pages of the book in the right spot.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/xrF4Cw2hsCv8LBwnhBkbmVw4mj47cZBIiPEXIcmk3By1COE9gGD7ZDaT0pPIL6O093cYrFx9HI7UCvfbc8NZdaIC-wcPAxtuluG7yj0IqvPalEW-6cbvvdHbsoFzna5tyG8dDlPzIiaiWCXApP5JEXxlNJ9sSy6IB8RkLkd9aUp2RfZjE105SbEmv9wrB2xaNQHBP5sQkFPXh244fXMEL6ATKFhpkoFCau1I_0YERgic53JjEX05pNhQUicBa5s6OWWT8xGwHjaR-3t8kmCBbDLqJK4eMLATS-5Z_4mBAxzWQ3xszH4ZtkG0cxNso4FlllX_9utlEdZzr9huO1DjtayQbl6108GLDOZWD-N77RzAWkhFv8AmLrZcopJj_VYDRsTJylJ7NkoqptZnXTsB7On2ozDCOnjc9YyU4MOnlKMwmHlQuUpYreBmFiP8vfn05m0vcvaTEN8Rh5VBV5pSmKYgrmsFUYQe3hhDyNyzDfn_sZ_v_tsv6wRgIq3C8INx1RvnWKlbRZmYTP25PcACRLbo6-mzbvnXJzHJ5coSiIpKfbYvYZC0FZkOsHMJGw8bJrgcS2VDTY63DA3pkoEwmyFdzKXBvaoxggmezBI=w1288-h966-no?.jpg

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/7ULOIEMmdx57rR9mghmjP3AQruNt0BsT3RtPX23isKydjNFkJYMFhqq4A2zDZ2DMux3S4O04aur0VpUKFwvX4xhujXzfC7EmuC7-PqYXDyOoQ73Tp7bNCuEN9hpRMkaxmWNBb7Rc38T1t3GkrY4LgaoXAeX7CzyMnJw2KhGj4rWBlpWPZj7FNumB8FOhLlJdnen0Wsz-GdndHSS-ug1MbOClbuteo_136qXVzAZXUTUqoux9DA5fEIhMFSycQsC584Kuy0Y5RrMtnHH4JiloEwheA51nr0vRDRlpwqpRrayUvmChttnSdDBar700v8tNIhEBScVpxSvQ8HozcWWCMB5Nf1OmLqTtinCi9Pqg9s1E8toCZfpRODDCqb9TmYc61Qj0UulOK9v6yyOIg4hcjb1-52RlKNJjExvL85ossKOhKhS8Kf_ENk8zICIzIwJ9yN3YWyIPzO6bHV4gor3_17bSwpfY2zgtmDrHmWZh_0sloYHt2reLQEUpags8BszPLU1vX4nrB6iDNd4xC_3_NWRV2EZwSssbF0gXN-jnDFt_I2EjKkLVdgpoEROVRQ4OhxXtGOboetgnNOfktr2ynkV8VFBq3rm_M7DH_PI=w1288-h966-no?.jpg

Now it was time to use the stickers! This is something you need to do right in one-go, so it's a bit nerve-wrecking.

All of the trading figures come with unique stickers for the background, but they have identical stickers for the outside of the book. It would have been nice if the actual cover image of the book was used for the outside (instead of this generic design), but on the other hand this was probably too high in detail and too hard to do, also considering the actual book is landscape oriented instead of square like this figure.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/YSfe_8S-RyUObRFmKq3QfTIj_ijDAnC_165KAoFXm4A-_mKT3tRc7_dI1-EWWIPMUYBWiZmgArSedfmCslacpixroUxtRqQfR4pNawBMHUJ_gRl4mR1QuD1XZpgUWpnn6G0-NIKx2iNGngccvbhKU5jX1UA-UnT25z-4jqpsa-ohemHZSYKNQK-IRDaieq-C4Ke3U9n45zi0d_5TCDRDTt6ZWvhPG1ApofJVGwc3Hyo5uv4X9lhh74DPdSvCFF1J81atW6Ll-16wYS5lYsqKI600Wzh9m9LikveyWxU5t-i2tlTTkl52J8DeYtW0U2S4xwHRCEYfQ_xjDsqGT_G5YiHmnxW8ckx7O5SpTBRXpSh7a3ntiC_sYEQrh9_XWWCDZ3SdYVrnce2RRDCGihaF8GpAzkxVWmv8KGah7YiFIofRgwVdwQgOXdc8xHcx4zF2nF1MEf96k_6bNuWHXlIMnxkHaeZ-QLUwo7VcGXzkrKKmkvB8MY5tPt2a4JWu_0L_nBX79EsKIRWMpQDsurC9I4Por_UT9oSdNpKOeVUWbCT6bbdALXlyRVVzd5r-ndQ4AwMcECNQTzWX6__5gVLXqexBYuTsajb73ZQVv6g=w1288-h966-no?.jpg

No matter how precise you stick the background images on, you will always still see a 'line' from where the two parts of the pages meet. It's a slight downside, but for the price of these figures I can't complain.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/GAHYcT_IgATELYRnlZx5iILs6ZQwBCO--Ipp-cdIwjgfKRuJJEPExGbEO6deD3PI0KK7ptzBFT8fIhelf-4JWi9GItUuDxpSiLRfXRk-LNc7Z6wTzhhQPZF6LqLQALPk9_L10xhIfR8cXUQZZ20cU32WMTwM1_ITSPhomPUKVn8lGkQHDHbF2tufhfopIEsaodFSW-Ei6p_XmS4-t4NszKI-6h0Jl8IGiLyZoIP1DhYffS1ZZdgZvVJSi0wWrUb7HSh2wPpi3dgNRncEczPIbMQPJ9tpBhUlgHulgtpemc0IBb4Zw7p9XATDpGES267eYSwcH3nOgDcPKwCKYJiYqhaxsA7W7fIw-YCeZov73ltzd0YgdPSx2cueDSsRPxQMtgREeNkEjY6dVwPpYpSEaBZFmLzRlJsJS-x47tiWvoc-nYKPFwciFWUV4jfq5sONQq0LtBPV7gMNqJzZhtWqcPo-OTUW95h1DszjBgOcGDTuu9nZsyF8LCtbbTacvexguDhYVwM5x7kJzBPQXefwixaZlvy3_zj8mnDHdO2jKvekzwl5nmAf-ifp4ba-Xw5PwRWt4C7gx2aY0dGMQQRSpDKEvnn3zswWSeN0bJ0=w438-h966-no?.jpg

And here they are all fully assembled and lined up to get photographed! I did not time myself setting these up, but I am sure it took me over an hour. Especially the stickering I did really slow and careful.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/37h-9WXvLJjVhj3kgB0qZGEn9AHW_T7hrH28qdVZnMJxV0kJd5d0g3cF-JrsxuZ237Gbrr9SiOKoYl9bqHZMuhOirB8x71FhmFGsmSh1uFoalp0XTs4uL9l2LkdWKQdfzdseQCLrbT-6GeZGHyWNEU1bM5yiqSD2oHTR2J3fkKY51V5iyr8ZnvbBygI062KEkiVL4okd2Aik62au550Ijoa3jfWudu0GvbhF20jxA8Thzz_nnBL1urG-mo8zd7Kp5iOc7TXpRSFF3O1yw0VojloGrIZLE3eODAfoyyCftlsVv3rqyVbkXLuqI7kwn0F8Ke03vEttBVwCvtao5-CN88zaf8E3C0-L1a0RLerw9NHElUie3KXIqeVBvxRyn4alXwnW4Ibn_Z5hlQIoukrnwIqN5cpW3dRuZOKzU3b58Gs3mNK-06R_9k93hdCSkAzfKSvuOnl-jAtAjVNzEtqUirDFLQ7L9Y4yjQzLWXWrAsT11_M-lwpKMwQDaJ039XmVxZ_Np3AlNqlyEMffXk6T7FhRKh40mSFh-umKa45khKIxUgxg-iu_VuPs23UAWtdR7uunasymns32UsR3tPLmS5MNGrhAX6S7X0fQtr4=w1288-h966-no?.jpg

Talking about the stickers, you are left with a lot of scraps to dispose of, haha!

The outside of the base

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https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/lqUdUnCnTEid4cut9FM5yZXo9MZchX3RaS4U2e8QV5eeZ1b7KrYZXnN6rt9nnMJIVkTvBAURZ49liHpIQipUuABFE8uz3LRiTiWXuJDxF-z4ZG3cfcKSxfNzEs3QANq37pacnyilJlRM6-6-PpPN2MaemRCcbXXG55d1KVNmXs-FQFHvFfdWh4xJ4nZc4O6AWTKjfeq1syd1ccZBZLCQqP-9PgdLe3dhLMqNjsKK6DGrYFjFB3QT2haxBMnK-YYsk7tGN6DL9L3_OZK0Ur7oQk8RKTQ-vbvIMy4_x978JR8UxAUujRsuHS4WMB2UYvVSBK_vkMilPNoFH3D4JvmFZuz_c26GOg86GqvLrPmrEhKuSTfHC3qM7QNagKRyQwBa8EvB1egZJTpEZUVCaWEypm2yhRIbsatD-AxdyYZGjc21cZgADZt3TVsUKlMtoTebtp62QRpSX6--8esi4UxhNjAb1G7OQyE9a2QwjbCXbP6YMItWuYIRraTFL14R7f4UqEDSec71blUliIHKWVAY71p8_wCjaenwMLh3lpPfl8E-pwSo2aWKhmm28bbG5Yzw7NKLCOqZbbcKCwRPpfmlSm2qtuZmv-m8CWxJhRw=w1288-h966-no?.jpg

Each base is slightly different, but all of them have a bit of a fitting problem between the book and the bottom of the base. I do like how the spine of the books is painted with gold.

Figure #1: Thumbelina sitting in a flower ITEM #22572

This figure is based on the cover of the book:

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The imagery of the cover nicely translated to the background of this figure.

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https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/gB77NbgVHbjThwSk8qfdXYhEUbxO4HvduhhaHXhFUyPkpFYvTCNS_R4P6XsA_9EDuyiigQZRvS6mzfg8xNBypU0oriFNPSRJKi96brbTcPqWcSRFuVWP1Aul0767J27FwtUb1lsntrzAJDyqjdZl5BGxjYwX-daEUAq0rhGsid8WhCitghhL8zZzVUuxbhR-SMgfDU4M0x1HhaEf7q1XplUCVmis0XDemDB4drFKBj6xEdbe_oDKMklewHKvAfIEcSLUfVyMNZWAsJlziC444gkVV4N5rFQMuTPcyXnjmX-Ld6NpbBmwlXEEVRkQdqdNOmjrZbRuMpDsaGvT_E3PXlpX1um5Knz9KTdSVgbI_c3UzNl7aXtNlpR4D5D7KfYtZz38hRMNQc2yFnna-QnU8sVBsG3pd5OONfZ1O7FV2f_rVwlOS69vK_xPp3_aRJb1BaWhHjzIskc1cpFDhcWYRhCh6pzHnbPHQaHBrx6Tt0TVJe_OflY5rE8rAhJ65mUGFt_yOk1G1-pMwyQpeGX_i3gQxWDLMmz_DLtCNd7mzwpRznS1kTUCcis2vr0K8BhKisKuaPbMuNUcx_KJxzSFTxqppGwydql-_dYgSOg=w1288-h966-no?.jpg

The figure herself has a lot of cute details in her dress and hair. I am surprised how clean the painting on her shoes looks and the amount of shading in her hair considering her size and this set being 10 years old!

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The flower is a seperate part and has his own nice detailing. I also like the styling of the back of Thumbelina's hair.

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Fully assembled this figure is absolutely adorable. Thumbelina actually has an expression that looks a bit more smug instead of smiling like the cover, but I like it!

Figure #2: Thumbelina getting ambushed by the stag beetles ITEM #22573

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The background is nicely detailed and is the scene where Thumbelina gets captured by the stag beetles.

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Thumbelina is very shocked by the stag beetles. Again, the detailing in her dress here is very nice, but her expression here is a bit too much for me. Her posing overall is very good, though.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/c-sgeD67LFbkYviqVUqpy5fAVMXaVk7_dStZD6OGSmQMuwyKjfryomx6AzqZnmuUrdGxFscu99zzh5p-YsEkP_XWW974AMpB2bHE9tDYeMbXF6iVtN_Pbu5HbgWNSuqs1M6VulNSBz7dnnjNiZradzeZuUkAvsZirPWzwUyHnhT5hNfba9Kx8VvJ7GuBIcWztlPgB6EMotoabTpr1JYCEr2hT_qpT4XE51J4Sdjt1Vc_2ZhR5i8P9LjKDF_qBTN1Opr5u7y6Rp2qm2J4z1K33-gG3jx2VR6UeunrrNblhfZ3DyGaRchNl8N57mUNDndmiqlnw4L7K4mK_EawUHa__VumzQONYIY9w4jmW1SCHlOnqrJUvYtXWMzfUgGsRq1QSkJ4mOpA22sX73JTX0ZYYwVwUuxsj051mxejqlW0Q4R_aoojXldJquGNZf7mKs7L-CIa6llLkdti5Y5on5r41Yt3vnWhtByyHYLzdCjqJMEUSfUXCrdtEDRUak9EkjS-Xk89WK5dDyfzpyTgnR7-VnGBZtmadt0IVdrmBVLmz9vqQKYqhFiyQKwAGHERC8jhMituYJTaMH_c3Uiw0hNH-msdEu2veLkwVDDkLkM=w725-h966-no?.jpg

Yeah, this one is better viewed from a distance...

This also brings us to the only panty shot in this review: View spoilerHide spoiler

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/Pk7gA8DUvHZTO-UoVLEATDd6mq9uLDry7e437PJvPsmurePBFP5L7gVc5JJdYGLW28cjt78O7bUQNueHBCzXjqdgcRdI7MQ666LnD-4VIoIeyKJK_LZg9R46RmYt-T7Js_nsPxkXYcC5IbVi4oRFpW-yAuHEgV0_zdirZRRsc0_VJjpP9RBmQOOR8ht1yFZHb9a8pDkbSKHBhvbQcNg5ZSyjqpEfBZ7P8AqY_QdRRZTGHzwIHb4gftufc03XJb9BubTfSZXOIhAl9zjlac9YUQiUBooQp6PWAPkGvmwJElkmw64vp1pLuj9VwXLA9Y7qgWLKcv32uK19S360dllx3sa0EycqfTZ3N3-dZ_awRI_VpXut-oRPoiGKbnucSmWxaQgEY56dYPEzNTXX26EnoP2xKSg2ZzHWsEqp6bajIQAnZbgBKcaJadKNJnG5ExaZM-jD0FZE4nAJKI84Z-2q0nRYdkK2a4DF-rPjBV-_eOTbIBdxHbzYpsJbwWZtiPEF3dNPP13mddSFNKeM2GVFxBxr0Roa-UmOEBFq3ik2jmHZ53rPklbd9VCfXtn_hMS9VQW95b9stp_t0QlFytv_UNE1VSbY8PcSAenxwzE=w1288-h966-no?.jpg

Thumbelina wears very simple white, plain panties.


Figure #3 Thumbelina during winter, taking shelter at the field mouse her place ITEM #22574

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It is very nice of the field mouse helping out Thumbelina in the Winter, but this scene later on turns in a negative experience when the mouse tries to get Thumbelina engaged with one of her neighbours.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/GTDrepf_a05v243AEkEguxid_7II0SSuVX3qeeqNfcMb1A4qBU9SmvdVVUfkeTiN7bM6L8IY-4p2HvT9j9a_wixkr3Jlp5rE3zkgkpcid9e3ApCVHjO0Yom2RjPyCg3w21UgBQxiYBd-odfUwu0h-f_o63TK1BzbbeuIevH3Zffu-fg4o7h9vWVN_YTq_JZDDjxAkiu81i6r07nmXY8gBfLqQdf1glSWvb3pnYZA-0P5-ILgvGz78rVOz4sct9NeCV28YMeZw1ZR8hYf2BvM6wpUCf5SwhAsoFQcbf8JjSSh2FSROLUmKo2mLjz2wIAgufUTIilsnldSk7R3RJ5QwTfiIQSe8IdUplBGBlY-fVtXz9KRuz56Vug-UplmX16VKSpq00ibRZvSa95cxsC13yQjYSffJA4SDt6h31KJP_EQb8ynPy5kknPjAohwAu4U3Hqkx-gHMFO91F-9QRx26o6zn1WT-8D-_HfqC5tpoUqn1z9ahxhIMYZl2E0-4jeziinc4_DMJJsN7WoLF0Ozx1uIGc9Lq-aNblC_JVr7TA6K8-nS5DXjzcfEsI6gbQIjHYxPUZlYjVZMKy7dQbzAp5-0c5T5Gqy_jRlsrLk=w725-h966-no?.jpg

At this point Thumbelina is very fragile and still very thankful to the mouse. Her clothes have turned to rags and she uses a leaf to keep herself warm. There are nice details in the leaf, the dress itself and her feet. Her expression is also a lot more cute here.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/UFJA6COdC10aBBJo_Z19OM2YOthWWGGZSx-5x-Zg456FkXDi16HpcpI5zMgWoBZSDAR8kEgu9Y-L80TDQaOm36m10ReXFuNOJOJ4sZCHz-MVQCLolTf6ZePGTHn7QpRTCJ4OR9jKynR_Zl0BGoXBswvhrvh7MuAP_kL6IMiOcE937ZoBo5lt-l6pFRq395rE8ABU9klP8tW5f029k3Z0K61nFmjPXBcCuEjoNPq8BPpN3PR_kguweWjHZeeglGXUUdBxshimtPmBtSRShMaAHFFIL0ntPfMKdQMU8KuNQ3YO6XOfrr_wkZzhYdVFdVAg8T93FeTNPGC2YASBMG76VmB6I2_yh8qhrCh5hE8a77ms7jSek-zdKIGmKCHcwsLnttQTKoZW9FtKPCrEtP-clMLyRFk0iUMkcfp0i2GzDXebBjmIjS-P-4x7Bg9VfVL8HR7h9LMUylz9X5M91Rn9-Ri-xORJYcczyivfK7qpRxxXZwSV2m7tmt3vIvytrNGTV6RWwgLMCxqiKvD0Ra-gHBf1sX0zUFkjuRY1r-bX3mtIImaM0-8a4eX3ObGqnZDKO_g25EQ7JR4VnfRuOIxTQ5Fh_175TFe72Dh8tiI=w725-h966-no?.jpg

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/uvjDwkx5fd9QAYHZu89f2vui-_ryh4vD1DIQ1D72xKxk2gItjZDp9udwmYDl7AkogY1dD-B4UpAAqDdfEGvIw9q9e2iLl7HBJrGrmNMVMxGYywP7slEAzgc6cfg9faZKAksdAhVBC26jqZvvMrg0fzk3kFTu-y-Ev_nNrTbHGSOoUIn_z5sBj-U6JpBavSlFh_7HeClIxXzpmZN4mJNVlSCM2IYDXWFLcQzdEGqk4qI9ANteV8Xxij1dgd-aK6lVgCarSj-JJMprcZPZAXHEnlpi1wlK6vOKdoJEgz-UrvcAq55JTy2W6_Z1JIix3fZC8-gr5gC5M4HUoDHvrTifn6fM4t3ZxYc2K-wqNvfzbeGfdqj4Gk9mKJgK3rz2HcrOo835j4KsNnt9eG5Q9mmoJsmxFls-xsO0nCNb7qduXAVKt7Ye2W3T3fLhOFsHiqPeLH4jwDf6q3w8pJbDjCGwSNzlb6sJt79ZjM3CmHyqNziKko1y1KlqWZjbbY3AHUILPYgpTyF1YlLAeKbarDy5jgi4hJPW1fF9Hh1AE8BBTO3nk8MTgyM21uPX9VPfzmGQq1rGa0c_7-BuGg_D2f4TXmJh4N7bD9wpIM1YBnY=w1288-h966-no?.jpg

A really adorable piece in this set! I think it's my favorite!

Figure #4: Thumbelina escapes with the swallow ITEM #22575

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It has become spring again, so we have a more colorful background. The top right shows the sparrow that helped Thumbelina escape from the engagement she was forced into. All these old time fairy tales were so dark...

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Thumbelina is seen here, waving goodbye to the swallow. Her dress has some nice details again and her face has a very pretty calm expression.

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The peg of this specific figure in the set is not very sturdy, so this trading figure is most prone to leaning and should be checked every once in a while if you display her! I have been thinking of glueing mine to the base.

Figure #5: Thumbelina meeting and marrying the prince ITEM #22576

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We have arrived at the 'and they lived happily ever after'! The flower-fairy prince is reaching out with open arms for Thumbelina.

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Thumbelina has a new outfit and hairdo, and is showing a flustered expression. I personally find her facial expression to be a bit freaky here, but keep in mind the detail is on a face less than an average thumbnail in size!

The full set

And now we come to the most fun part! Having the set fully complete!

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The 5 of them perfectly fit together with their backsides to form the full story.

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This set-up is what really makes this trading figure set special to me.

The Points

Positive
- Very cute set!

Neutral
- Assembling asks a lot of your time, patience and precision.

Negative
- Not every piece is as nicely detailed, especially when it comes to expression on the faces.

The Scores

Sculpting 7/10
Quite a lot of detail for such an old set, minus points for the sometimes strange facial expressions, making some pieces only good to look at from a distance.

Painting 8/10
Neatly painted and even has some details in shading here and there.

Posing 8/10
The posing of some of them is a bit simple, but they are all full of emotion.

Base 9/10
The bases and the way they can be displayed together makes this set really special.

Assembly 7/10
It's fun to assemble them, but it's very scary that if you were to mess up the stickering of one of these, you would end up having an incomplete/damaged piece.

Enjoyment 8/10
I really enjoy this set and do not regret getting them. If I knew about the stickering beforehand, I maybe would have bought a second hand set, though.

Conclusion

If you are a fan of POP's artwork and/or fairy tales, this is a highly recommendable set as they are cute, affordable and really tell the story of Thumbelina in a small display piece.

Availability

These show up on Yahoo! Japan Auctions and Suruga-Ya every now and then for prices averaging 2,5K yen. You may need to wait for a while to snag a set, but they aren't extremeley rare.

And to finish it!

I decided to display them all along in a row, considering that gives the best look at them all.

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Later on they will be joined when I unbox my POP Wonderland #2 Little Red Riding Hood set and I still hope to soon buy the other set: Pop Wonderland #1 Alice in Wonderland.

For those who read all this way, thank you! My next review will be about Kotobukiya's Yami Bakura ITEM #119376 .

I hope you enjoyed this review, you could also check my other figure reviews when interested! Here are a few of my recent ones:

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See you at my next review!
2,630 treff • 22 kommentarer

Scoring7/10

Sculpting
Painting
Posing
Base
Packaging
Enjoyment

Which figure in this set did you like most?

Kommentarer22

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Stacycmc (1 år siden) #35028335Speaking of those.....I LOVED the Maleficent movie. I thought it was pretty damn awesome! :D

Oh yeah, that one was very nice too! Way above my expectations indeed. :)
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Maakie (1 år siden) #35023743
I think it's interesting how in the USA a lot of it gets 'Hollywood-fied', I have seen that Hansel and Gretel movie for example. I also watched a big part of the Grimm USA TV-series, but I found it to be quite lacking to be honest and dropped it. I do like the live action movies Disney has been making though, like the Jungle Book and Beauty and the Beast ones. The Once Upon A Time series is also quite nice, although I am a few seasons behind in watching right now. ^^''
Yeah, it was very interesting to read, thanks for replying! :D
Yeah, that is what I like most about these sets, it's so nice! :)
I know, right? :D Thanks for liking the review! ^^


Speaking of those.....I LOVED the Maleficent movie. I thought it was pretty damn awesome! :D
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Karumi (1 år siden) #34683060It's partially Disney-influenced, yes, but a lot of people don't connect the dots and realize that most of the movies are based on those stories until they get to one they recognize in the book. Another popular one is Arabian Nights (also known as One Thousand and One Nights), a collection of Middle-Eastern folk tales. Jules Verne (French) as well. Even individual states here have their own fairy/folk tales, so I guess we are a little obsessed with mythos in general. (Mythology is also a rather popular subject here, especially Greek, Roman, and Egyptian. There's a lot of kids books about those things.)
Anyway, yes, the compilation books are still readily available, and in many different versions as well. There are ones just for kids too until they can handle the gruesome, unedited stories. I would say, if I had to guess, that Grimm's is the most popular, though. Lots of films based on them, including a rather odd interpretation of Hansel and Gretel (starring Jeremy Renner/Hawkeye, it's an action/fantasy film).
I work at a bookshop, so most of what I'm saying is based on what I've personally experienced and what kinds of books we carry in general. I hope this helps in some way.


Ah, it's good to read the books are still easily available. As a Dutch person (and what you can also see from German and Belgium users replying below), we mainly get things from the German writers, but the Arabian Nights stories are well known here too. Greek, Roman and Egyptian mythology are specifically where I live seen as more 'geeky' things, so most of the people I hang out with like them a lot, but the general public is less into them.

I think it's interesting how in the USA a lot of it gets 'Hollywood-fied', I have seen that Hansel and Gretel movie for example. I also watched a big part of the Grimm USA TV-series, but I found it to be quite lacking to be honest and dropped it. I do like the live action movies Disney has been making though, like the Jungle Book and Beauty and the Beast ones. The Once Upon A Time series is also quite nice, although I am a few seasons behind in watching right now. ^^''

Yeah, it was very interesting to read, thanks for replying! :D

Seiki (1 år siden) #34684069I love how they all fit together to form a perfect circle like that. Seems like a set that would go great sitting on a Lazy Susan.

Yeah, that is what I like most about these sets, it's so nice! :)

Stacycmc (1 år siden) #34687001Ack, these are super cutie!! Thanks for sharing!

I know, right? :D Thanks for liking the review! ^^
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Ack, these are super cutie!! Thanks for sharing!
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I love how they all fit together to form a perfect circle like that. Seems like a set that would go great sitting on a Lazy Susan.
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Karumi Bishie Enthusiast
Maakie (1 år siden) #34670802But new for me (and nice to know) is that (some specific?) stories from Andersen also really caught on, although that may be Disney influenced? If you don't mind me asking (because you are from the USA), are all those big compilation books with all the stories still easily available for the newer generation? Those are harder to get locally nowadays, which I find really sad. :(
It's partially Disney-influenced, yes, but a lot of people don't connect the dots and realize that most of the movies are based on those stories until they get to one they recognize in the book. Another popular one is Arabian Nights (also known as One Thousand and One Nights), a collection of Middle-Eastern folk tales. Jules Verne (French) as well. Even individual states here have their own fairy/folk tales, so I guess we are a little obsessed with mythos in general. (Mythology is also a rather popular subject here, especially Greek, Roman, and Egyptian. There's a lot of kids books about those things.)

Anyway, yes, the compilation books are still readily available, and in many different versions as well. There are ones just for kids too until they can handle the gruesome, unedited stories. I would say, if I had to guess, that Grimm's is the most popular, though. Lots of films based on them, including a rather odd interpretation of Hansel and Gretel (starring Jeremy Renner/Hawkeye, it's an action/fantasy film).

I work at a bookshop, so most of what I'm saying is based on what I've personally experienced and what kinds of books we carry in general. I hope this helps in some way.
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Karumi (1 år siden) #34652654Actually, the brothers Grimm were German. Grimm's Fairy Tales are German in origin, not US. Since the US is mostly comprised of immigrants and their descendants, the fairy tales of many different countries were translated into English and made available here (before the internet). Grimm's Fairy Tales happened to become more popular than most others. Hans Christian Andersen (Danish author) also has fairy tales which are popular here, like The Little Mermaid, The Ugly Duckling, and The Snow Queen (what Frozen was based on). Most Disney princess movies are based on old fairy tales, which is another part of why they are popular in the US.

Yeah that was what I meant (English is not my first language, so reading it back it's worded a bit strange so I understand the confusion :P ). Growing up in a country next to Germany, I know a lot about Grimm, what I meant was that the Grimm stories seem to have most caught on in the USA compared to other (European) writers. But new for me (and nice to know) is that (some specific?) stories from Andersen also really caught on, although that may be Disney influenced? If you don't mind me asking (because you are from the USA), are all those big compilation books with all the stories still easily available for the newer generation? Those are harder to get locally nowadays, which I find really sad. :(
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Maakie (1 år siden) #34638127Well, it's one of the fairy tales of Grimm, who seem to be very popular fairy tale writers in the USA (but maybe some from the USA users can confirm or not). So I can imagine the story at least showing up in their translated compiled fairy tale story books?
Actually, the brothers Grimm were German. Grimm's Fairy Tales are German in origin, not US. Since the US is mostly comprised of immigrants and their descendants, the fairy tales of many different countries were translated into English and made available here (before the internet). Grimm's Fairy Tales happened to become more popular than most others. Hans Christian Andersen (Danish author) also has fairy tales which are popular here, like The Little Mermaid, The Ugly Duckling, and The Snow Queen (what Frozen was based on). Most Disney princess movies are based on old fairy tales, which is another part of why they are popular in the US.
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crashboxrewind (1 år siden) #34638769I love seeing reviews of older figures. Thanks for the article!

I got quite some more reviews planned for both newer and older figures. :) Thanks for liking it!
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I love seeing reviews of older figures. Thanks for the article!
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