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10:00 PM on 06.28.2014

Kahotan Station shows off new Nendoroids, figmas

Just a few days ago, Kahotan hosted a broadcast on NicoNico showing off Good Smile's latest ... in the middle of the night here. Thankfully, ani735para on Tumblr grabbed a bunch of screenshots from the broadcast, which have r...

Brian Szabelski

10:30 AM on 06.25.2014

figma Racing Miku 2013 storms the track

People love racing, people love Miku. Once again, figma will release a new version of the digital diva, now actually getting ready to take the track instead of being a sideline cheerleader. With orders opening up for the late...

Andres Cerrato

3:30 PM on 06.24.2014

Figma Nagato invades Pearl Harbor and your pre-orders

KanColle is...odd. The amalgamation of pretty women and WWII Imperialist Japanese ships has become a hit, and in becoming so, the subject of many pieces of amusement. The next in the line is none other than figma Nagato, whic...

Andres Cerrato



Good Smile Company unveils Summer Wonder Festival exclusives photo
Good Smile Company unveils Summer Wonder Festival exclusives
by Martin Siggers

Is it really almost Wonder Festival time again? Yes, though it might be difficult to believe, the biannual celebration of all things figure is almost upon us, and as ever headliner Good Smile Company has some neat exclusives to announce. Rather than a long drawn out tease like usual though, instead the company has just decided to cut to the chase and reveal everything all at once. Without further ado then, your WonFes exclusives are...

There are also two event-only charms of Wo-Class, plus the announcement of an online exclusive Ninja Slayer figma, although we've got no more details on that one yet.

As ever, GSC will have a limited quantity of exclusives on the floor (500 for the Dekacchu, 2500 for everything else) but those unable to attend will be able to grab any of the six main releases from the Good Smile Online Shop between 27th July and the 4th August. Any readers tempted to crack open your wallets for these?

[ via Good Smile Company ]

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figma Mizuhara Hazuki lunges into a preview gallery photo
figma Mizuhara Hazuki lunges into a preview gallery
by Scarecroodle

As I've said many times in the past, if there's one thing I have a weakness for it's armored babes. Sure, female warriors are cool on their own, but toss on some metal and it hits a whole new level. A photo gallery has recently cropped up for Max Factory's figma Hazuki Mizuhara (who was mentioned back in February then basically dropped off the radar) from the H-game Toushin Toshi II.

While I know relatively little about the source material (especially since the 3DS game is extremely unlikely to be localized and the 3DS has that annoying region-lock...), Hazuki herself has enough armor to attract my attention (as the character is *at least* wearing a cuirass) despite exposing... well, a goofy amount of skin (something of an industry standard, I suppose).

The overall look is enough to get me to overcome my increasing apathy towards the figma line (it's somewhat weird to think how amazed I was about the line at one point and now most news barely warrants an "eh") despite probably not being a spectacular example of Max Factory's work. Hazuki features a hair joint which is probably a big deal because a few images were devoted to it. Expect pre-orders to open soon.

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5:00 PM on 06.11.2014

By Odin's beard, figma Thor verily looks great but is verily too expensive

From the Halls of Asgard to the Fires of Muspelheim, all sing the song of Thor. Thus verily should it come to nobody's surprise that Max Factory's upcoming figma Thor has received additional images. While I like figma Thor, I...

Scarecroodle

8:00 AM on 06.11.2014

Another look at figma Captain America

The folks over at Akiba Hobby had a look at figma Captain America, and I thought I'd share a few images here - just a small selection, really, so check them out for the full look. If you can block the extravagant asking price...

Kristina Pino

1:00 PM on 06.07.2014

Akuma Homura takes flight in figma form

Firstly, let's say SPOILERS for those of you who haven't seen the third Madoka Magica movie. All clear? Good! Good Smile Company and its various sub brands have ridden the Puella Magi Madoka Magica train pretty hard so f...

Martin Siggers

5:00 AM on 06.06.2014

Who's got one thumb and getting her third figma release?

Still haven't gotten your hands on Max Factory's figma Samus Aran even after it was reissued last year? Maybe you're feeling a little regretful that you don't have one to go with all of the great Nintendo figures coming out o...

Jeremy Emerje Crocker

4:00 AM on 05.30.2014

figma Saber 2.0 (it's the sequel?) is available for pre-order

Max Factory's figma Saber 2.0 (Fate/Stay Night) is currently available for pre-order. While the revamped figma Saber provides a great opportunity for anybody who missed the original release (as well as a good accompaniment fo...

Scarecroodle



Feast your eyes on this preview of figma Inogashira Gorou photo
Feast your eyes on this preview of figma Inogashira Gorou
by Natalie Kipper

Most figma these days are buxom, doe-eyed girls or hardcore, armor-clad warriors. Inogashira Gorou of Kodoku no Gourmet fits neither of these categories but that isn't stopping this food-loving salaryman from being chosen as a new entry in the figure line. We saw his prototype in recent magazine scans and there is now a full-fledged gallery up on figma blog.

According to the post, Gorou will be available in two different versions, the Standard Serving Size and the Big Serving Size. The Big Serving Size version comes with a table, stool, and a meal of soup and pork stir-fry. Both versions come with his cigarette, a bowl of rice and a pair of chopsticks. The Standard Serving Size version will cost ¥4,500 while the Big Serving Size version will cost ¥5,556. Both will be available for pre-order beginning May 27. 

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1:00 PM on 05.23.2014

More magazine scans mean more figma prototypes

Another month of magazine scans means another month of figmas, including some prototypes. One of the two that showed up was  figma Ganaha Hibiki, in almost the same pose we've seen her in during some of the events e...

Brian Szabelski