dark        


Magenta blog header photo
Magenta's c-blog
Posts 0Blogs 7Following 0Followers 14


 

 
 

Rei - Yukata

Maker: Bandai Scale: Non-scale Anime: Neon Genesis Evangelion I got this one along with the Rei in swimwear, and it too is quite good for its size. This piece seems to be a good companion to the other, with the kimono giving a different im...

 
 
 

Sakaki - Yellow Bikini

Maker: Kotobukiya Scale: 1/7 Anime: Azumanga Daioh I love this figure. Yes, like most swimsuit figures, it provides a spicy flair to the room, but it's also a great representation of a great character. Sakaki's breasts are quite large (and...

 
 
 

Rei - White Two-Piece

Maker: Bandai Scale: Non-scale Anime: Neon Genesis Evangelion This is a small 'NGE Portraits' figure from Bandai. I either didn't like or was unable to obtain other figures of Rei in swimwear, but this one really drew my admiration. It's s...

 
 
 

Rei - Crimson Goth Loli

Maker: Kotobukiya Scale: 1/7 Anime: Neon Genesis Evangelion I wasn't so keen on the original design of this piece; black was too drab, maybe. This red version of the Goth Loli Rei was found by me entirely by chance, as I had never known th...

 
 
 

Flay - R&R

Maker: MegaHouse Scale: 1/8 Anime: Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Flay Allster was a character I disliked intensely when I first watched Gundam SEED, but more recently, I've come to appreciate her flawed character for its tragedy, and for the imp...

 
 
 

Hinagiku - Swimsuit

Maker: Kotobukiya Scale: 1/6 Anime: Hayate the Combat Butler This piece holds special value to me, because it's the only one I bought when I was in Japan some years ago, during a trip to Akihabara. I enjoyed that vacation immensely, and th...

 
 
 

Cagalli - Formal

Maker: MegaHouse Scale: 1/8 Anime: Mobile Suit Gundam SEED This is one of the first figures I bought, and it holds special value to me because of both the design and the character it represents. My favorite aspect of the figure is the shin...

 
 

About Magentaone of us since 11:22 PM on 06.21.2011

I started collecting anime/game figurines in 2006. I think of the pieces in my collection as works of art, and I'm very discriminating as to the quality of the pieces I include. So as not to tempt myself and build up a collection larger than I'd like, I only buy figures that I see while browsing in physical shops, though I still admire images of releases that I see online.