UnCanny Studios wrote:Its a subsidiary company title. Bandai is the prime company. Figurarts can still be referred to as a "company", its a business term - not a reference to a physical entity specifically. Next time, I'll type out all the full exact details if that is necessary upon each posting from now on...
No offense, but if you micro manage posts just to attempt to point out flaws, you're always going to find them. This isn't a competition.
Except FiguArts is the name of a line of figures. The company that releases them is Tamashii Nations.
The fact still stands; there's more than Godzilla monsters in the S.H. MonsterArts line. It isn't Kawakita centric. If it was Godzilla exclusive, then what line of figures do the angels belong in? The MonsterArts line. Just like one of the robots (I'm assuming its a robot, I've never seen the anime, and it looks robotic) shown next to the red angel is in the Robot Damashii line. This one.
The statement that the SHM line is influenced solely by Kawakita's creations is wrong. That cannot be denied. There is proof of two figures that were shown recently. That cannot be argued, since it is, in fact, wrong.
Now, saying the Godzilla PORTION of the line is influenced solely by Kawakita may
be correct, but I have not
seen a single post that said that, but rather that the whole line
is influenced. As I said, unless the EVA series was made by him (and I did my homework, I haven't seen anything stating that), the SHM line is not Kawakita centric.