Welcome to (possibly) the penultimate review of Bee Week! I say possibly because there's a figure I was dying to review that slipped through the cracks. Hopefully I can get to her Monday. Vampire Savior was a 2-D fighting game from Capcom in the late nineties. Q-Bee was a fan-favorite character due to her speedy and focused attacks. This figure is essentially a gashapon. I ordered mine from an eBay seller in China and it came in pieces to assemble. I honestly don't know if the original packaged figures were originally puzzle toys like this or not. There are two versions of this figure: one in purple (the true-to-life game version) and this black variant. Since I purchased mine from a questionable seller, the quality of my specific piece should be taken with a grain of salt. I'm assuming a true release of this figure had tighter-fitting joints and cleaner paint lines. After reading all about this character, I really wish a true action figure of her would be made. We see Morrigan and Felicia all the time, I think Q-Bee deserves the spotlight for a second. In the meantime, let's check out this little Q-Bee mini-figure below!
Her wings are adjustable for a folded-down look.
Here is an image of the standard purple version.
And here are a couple images from gameplay and promotional graphics.
And here's a cool gameplay clip.
Time for a Comparison Pic!