[NSFW] New Kanu pre-orders prepare for topless tanning

10:00 PM on 10.06.2012 // Emily Smalara

Finally, a new Kanu! Ikkitousen's raven-haired beauty has gone without some real quality representation lately, other than a few semi-recent re-releases. Griffon is on the ball though, with this sexy new version coming out just in time to enjoy the sun...in November. While the bikini figure may be a bit overdone, I think they really did a great job all the same.

While Kanu is castoffable, I find the standard appearance with top half-tugged off much more appealing. I think they did a great job with her figure overall, especially with the bikini leaving a bit to the imagination. Of course, I can't miss commenting on that gorgeous hair, either! Kanu always has lovely flowing locks, and this figure seems to be no exception, spilling behind her in several messy strands before being tied together. The best part is, she's only about ¥7,400, so fans will definitely want to snap her up!

[ Pre-order at HobbyLink Japan | Otacute | Hobby Search | AmiAmi ]

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