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Don't be unfortunate and miss this Binbougami pre-order

3:00 PM on 12.09.2012

Emily Smalara

Associate Editor

Megahouse - 1/8 Scale

With the source material certainly being one of the busiest, crackiest anime series in a long while, it stands to reason that any fitting figure would be nearly as chaotic. Thankfully, Megahouse seems to be right on the money with this upcoming figure of Sakura, packing a lot of energy and detail into a tiny 1/8 package.

She's got a great dynamic pose going on, and the writing on the slips attached to her sword is a nice touch, again--particularly given the fairly small scale. You're getting a bit of a two for one as well, with Momiji included in hitodama form. I am admittedly not a huge fan of Momiji's patchwork normal appearance, but in the form of a spirit flame it suits the figure perfectly.

I am a little concerned that Sakura may be a bit of a leaner over time, but for a fairly appealing set overall the risk may be worth the price. If you're up for the task, you can grab her in April for about ¥7,800.

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


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