Amazing Yamaguchi Series No.011 Deathstroke Figure Official Images

by Jay Cochran
October 05, 2018
DC Comics' legendary Deathstroke smashes into Kaiyodo's Amazing Yamaguchi action figure lineup! With his characteristic powerful build and wide range of equipment and weapons, this villain is a force to be reckoned with! An upgraded joint system and an incredible 46 points of articulation makes it possible for him to get into just about any pose you can think of, and to wield any of his weapons with ease! Metallic paint makes his distinctive colors really stand out, and all of his weapons are carefully sculpted too. Add him to your collection today!

Figure Size: Approximately 17cm tall

The Figure includes the following:
- Interchangeable hands
- Interchangeable unmasked head
- Club
- Handgun
- Rifle
- Sword (x2)
- Scabbard (x2)
- Hand grenade
- Weapon holding parts
- Rifle holding parts
- Club holding parts

You can pre-order this now at HobbyLinkJapan.com.
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Thinwheat - 2018-10-08 @ 4:02 am

They always seem to take some really good promotional shots of their figures. Every time they reveal a new figure my finger is hovering over the preorder button, but once the figures come out and they get reviewed, the figures don't look as good in somebody's YouTube review. I wonder if he'll be that shiny on his armor when we see the finished product.

sXeblues - 2018-10-08 @ 12:22 am
3 minutes ago, GojiBill said:

Deathstroke definitely looks superior to the Batman. The articulation blends better with his armor and features..

Im pretty much in agreement, with this... Although, I still think that theres so much going on, between the accessories, chain mail and those articulation seems. But, it works better for Deathstroke, being that all of that stuff is usually synonymous with his character.

GojiBill - 2018-10-08 @ 12:16 am
1 minute ago, sXeblues said:

Very much agreed... Its kind of a shame that its such an uneven balance, with these two figures. At least, to me.

Deathstroke definitely looks superior to the Batman. The articulation blends better with his armor and features. Plus he doesnt have the hang up of that articulated cape. I mistook the custom fabric cape as coming with the figure from the first review video. Has a huge impact on the overall appearance of the Batman figure.

sXeblues - 2018-10-08 @ 12:12 am
1 hour ago, GojiBill said:

Yea, Im not fan of too many gaps either. Definitely like poseability, but dont want the sculpt/look to be compromised too much for the sake of articulation.

Very much agreed... Its kind of a shame that its such an uneven balance, with these two figures. At least, to me.

GojiBill - 2018-10-07 @ 10:26 pm
21 hours ago, sXeblues said:

Meh, I dont think its really for me... I can appreciate the hell out of great articulation. But I much prefer as little seem breakage and visible lines as possible. The more there are, the less it tends to work for me.

Yea, Im not fan of too many gaps either. Definitely like poseability, but dont want the sculpt/look to be compromised too much for the sake of articulation.

FASVB - 2018-10-07 @ 7:03 am

Just to correct myself, Deadpool was actually the first one. So we are at No 11 now. They improved a lot since then

sXeblues - 2018-10-07 @ 1:05 am
4 minutes ago, FASVB said:

But Psylocke I am seriously considering.

I feel like the Psylocke one is much more up my alley, most def... She didnt seem nearly to have the same stop-gap articulation issues, as these guys do, for me. Ill want to see her played around with in some reviews before I know if shes going to be an actual want for purchase. But, just based on the preliminary photos of her, Im definitely excited to see more of her!

FASVB - 2018-10-07 @ 12:58 am
21 minutes ago, sXeblues said:

Meh, I dont think its really for me... I can appreciate the hell out of great articulation. But I much prefer as little seem breakage and visible lines as possible. The more there are, the less it tends to work for me.

Like I said is for everyone. I don't like it either. The only reason that I didin't get the Wolverine is because Hasbro made the Tiger Stripe version so I am after that one know, but if they didn't make that, I woud consider pick the Revo one.

But Psylocke I am seriously considering. This Deathstroke is the best thing that they did IMO. If the DEapool was as good as this one, I would have gotten that. But now the Mafexis coming, so I am cool.

sXeblues - 2018-10-07 @ 12:33 am
13 minutes ago, FASVB said:

But that is the Revoltech thing. They sacrifice a lot of looks of the figure to get more articulation so you can do some crazy poses and have fun. Also people who enjoy toy photography have a lot of fun with those.

Since their first release that was Spider Man and Deadpool came right afterwards, I feel like they are making some effort to improve in the aesthetics and not sacrificing the thing that they are well known for with various degrees of success. The Psylocke figure for instance looks amazing and one of the less gappy ones. Magneto is nice too.

So far this appears to be the best balance they have achieved so far. I very cool option for people that missed the Mezco one. I would love to have that Batman if I could put my hands on a good custom cape.

Meh, I dont think its really for me... I can appreciate the hell out of great articulation. But I much prefer as little seem breakage and visible lines as possible. The more there are, the less it tends to work for me.

FASVB - 2018-10-07 @ 12:18 am
8 hours ago, sXeblues said:

I think the best thing I can say about this figure, is that he contrasts really well set against the Batman... But, I still cant help but feel that both of them are way too busy, with a lot of the necessitated articulation grooves, and such. And Deathstroke himself just has so much going on, with him. Im sure hed probably look a lot better to me in person, in a hands-on approach. I dont think the photography really sells it well enough, to me.

But that is the Revoltech thing. They sacrifice a lot of looks of the figure to get more articulation so you can do some crazy poses and have fun. Also people who enjoy toy photography have a lot of fun with those.

Since their first release that was Spider Man and Deadpool came right afterwards, I feel like they are making some effort to improve in the aesthetics and not sacrificing the thing that they are well known for with various degrees of success. The Psylocke figure for instance looks amazing and one of the less gappy ones. Magneto is nice too.

So far this appears to be the best balance they have achieved so far. I very cool option for people that missed the Mezco one. I would love to have that Batman if I could put my hands on a good custom cape.

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