Good Smile scans has RAH Mami, swimsuit Rouna, more

11:00 AM on 10.23.2012 // Jonathan Tubbs
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Also, the next Queen's Blade Nendoroid, WORKING!! Petanko, a gorgeous Elf, and some of the same.

Though we've some of what Good Smile Company has to offer at the Dengeki 20th Anniversary Festival from last weekend, the latest magazine scans show that they still have some other products up their sleeve.

The collaboration with Medicom Toy continues with Puella Magi Madoka Magica having Mami selected as the next RAH figure to follow up on Madoka. She'll include all six muskets as well as Charlotte. Two additional faces also look to be included. Tony Taka has more swimsuit ladies from the Shining series with the next being Rouna from Shining Hearts. She has a trifecta of fetishes covered with the animal ears and tail, maid apron, and swimsuit that she's pouring out of. Only artwork is available so details are scare at the moment. Max Factory also has the stunning 1/7-scale Elf from Lineage II. It seems like anyone who produces figures for this title brings out some amazing scaled figures.

Nendoroid figures from FREEing for Queen's Blade will be seeing Melona as the next character to be turned into chibi form. I don't want to think of the accessories for this one those hair hands. Also for chibi figures, the Petanko series from Penguin Parade will be getting a squishy version of Popura from WORKING!!. Blast their adorable looks!

Finally, nothing new for figma figures since we already saw tham at the Dengeki 20th Anniversary Festival. This includes figma Yui from Muv-Luv Alternative Total Eclipse, figma Labrys from Persona 4 the Arena, and figma Black Gold Saw TV ANIMATION Ver. from the TV anime Black Rock Shooter.

2013 is shaping up to an amazing start it would seem. What do you think based on the offerings from Good Smile Company et al?

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