Posted by Steve February 25, 2014

I want to apologies right off the bat if this title is a little to confusing for some or all. Let me explain, the Samurai (侍), usually referred to in Japanese as bushi (武士) or buke (武家), were the military nobility of medieval and early-modern Japan (thank you, Wikipedia). An android is a robot or synthetic organism designed to look and act like a human, especially one with a body having a flesh-like resemblance (thank you again, Wikipedia). I hope that clarifies my title for all you that are reading and, if not, well… you can't say I didn't try. Anyways on March 3rd, Fakir Design is releasing the artist proofs (AP copies) of his Android Samurai design. I don't have much to say about this toy except if you already have an Andriod collection, you might wanna pick this one up and, if not, do it solely for the fact that you wanna keep your collection up-to-date and as complete as possible. For everyone else, I would say if you got the extra money or you wanna start your Android obsession now, support Fakir Design and buy one.


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