Hey folks, welcome back to the Tomocast. In this episode, we learn a very important lesson: do not poke or annoy Andres on a bad day. He'll turn heel on you faster than you can say swerve.
On the toy end of things, we cover t...
By this point Sentinel have carved out a reputation for producing some of the very best poseable toys around. Unfortunately, they've also carved out a reputation for being expensive and selling out impossibly fast.
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If there's one thing I'm sure of, it's that FLCL is one of those shows that most of you anime fans out there have seen, and probably have enjoyed! I watched the series again lately, and I'll fully admit that I still have pretty much no idea what in the world goes on in that show. The expressions and art style are awesome, however, so it's won me over.
Speaking of being won over, has the RIO:Bone Canti figure from Sentinel won me over? I guess we'll just have to hit the jump and find out!
Sen-ti-nel's newest RIO:Bone has gone up for pre-order, and it's FLCL's Canti! Yes, he looks quite awesome, and his accessory list is quite long. Canti comes with a wing, halo, Takkun, a mask, poncho, goggles, shotgun, cardboard box, jacket and a bunch of optional hands. It's pretty much everything an FLCL fan could dream of owning in a Canti figure.
Canti is a June release, retailing at ¥8,095. I've never bought a RIO:Bone figure before, but this might be the first one I pick up. What about you?
Sen-ti-nel is a company after my heart. Their collection of figures in their Riobone line are taking in some mechs that, until recently, have gotten little love. We've seen some of these before, so I'm just glad to see the pr...
We've finally come to the end of the event and our coverage. Leaving on cheery note, let's look at the adorably deformed creations of Bandai in the form of their Chibi Arts line.
Like many of the other lines, it's primarily d...