Comments: The three inch Action Feature Lillymon is one
of the largest Lillymon figures ever made. The molding on the figure is generally
quite good, but not as detailed as could have been done for a figure of this size. Such features as the hair and feet are very detailed with a
person being able to make out individual vines and thorns in the hair. The figure is
less detailed in the chest and upper-thigh areas, with only the most important details
having been molded on.
In regards to the painting of the figure, the job that was done leaves much to be
desired. Only four colors of paint were used on Lillymon, giving this figure a
cheap look when compared to the show model. Many details, such as the
flower on Lillymons boots, were left unpainted. In addition, many areas of the
body were painted the same color, such as the head and the dress portion.
The gimmick for this figure is also quite weak. A person is supposed to wiggle
the wings back and forth, causing the arms to wave up and down. While the gimmick
does work like its supposed to, it just seems like it would have been better to give the
figure an attacking action instead of this. I mean, what is Lillymon supposed to
attack her enemys with? Armpit odor? =)
With the stance the figure is molded in, it is quite unstable and is not
able to stand on its own Fortunately, a circular pink stand was included (it
attaches to one of the feet) allowing Lillymon to remain upright. The package also
comes with a small sticker of Lillymon. The sticker has her in an enthusiastic pose
on a blue and yellow background. In the foreground of the sticker is her Digimon
number and the Digimon logo. I have not attempted to remove the sticker from its
backing yet, so I cannot comment on the quality of the sticker itself.
Overall, the package is of average quality given the price ($3) that was paid for it.
There is nothing really exceptional about it, except it being the largest Lillymon
figure released in the United States so far.
Recommendation: At $3, this figure is reasonably priced and is very
affordable. However, in light of the problems associated with this figure, I can only
recommend it for the completetist or someone wanting to use it for a kitbash.