This is the front and back of the DX box. There's nothing covering the opening so it's basically a big hole in the box.
You can't really hide her bloomers.
Her grimoire is what makes this figure stand out the most.
The pages are printed on both sides.
Alice can be taken apart to four pieces.
This is the fourth piece.
Makes me wish I had the extra dolls from Griffon Enterprises too.
This is my first figure from Ques Q and I'm a bit disappointed in it. The major flaws was the painting of the figure. You may not have noticed from my pictures, but there were several parts where it looked fugly. It's possible I may have gotten a bad apple. The dolls weren't that detailed either. The dolls from Griffon were considerably higher quality.
As for the skirt problem mentioned earlier, it has trouble staying in place. If nudged a bit it will move and show a gap between the bottom half and the ribbon acting as a belt. It's awfully hard to get it in that sweet spot and even more trouble to make it stay there.
The quality is below what I would have expected from the heavy price tag. Don't misunderstand, it's not "Wow, this is terrible." It's more of a "This is okay, but I was expecting better." Hopefully, Ques Q's Remilia and Nitori will be better because I'm really looking forward to them.
The bloomers don't close up completely either.