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How cute do you want to make Cu-poche Kirino from OreImo?

10:00 AM on 11.08.2012 // Jonathan Tubbs

My little sister can't be this poseable. ... ...wait.

Do you think little sister Kirino from Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai is cute? Yeah, I haven't either. But this is not for us. This is for the many that do find little Kirino cute and now can now choose how cute you want her to be with the super deformed poseable figure of her by Kotobukiya.

Kotobukiya's new poseable Cu-poche line of adorable poseable figures gets its third entry with Kirino Kousaka. As a competitor to other super deformed series such as Chibi-Arts by Bandai and Nendoroid by Good Smile Company, Cu-poche Kirino includes various parts that can be interchanged to bring a fresh look to your figure. For hands, two different sets are available, one pair that's an open palm and the other pair having an extended index finger. Of course there's the crossed arms pose you can recreate with the same known "tuns" facial expression that has defined Kirino many times before. Other faces are cheerful smile, and the "dere" face so you can get both sides of this girl. She'll also include her bag and cell phone for accessories.

Kotobukiya's Cu-poche Kirino is retailing for ¥3,500 and will be available in May, 2013. If you've been hesitant on this new series from Kotobukiya, will OreImo's little sister be the deciding factor for you to finally place that pre-order? I know I won't since... Hand! What are you doing!? Stop forcing myself into checkout for this figure! She's not cute! She's not!!!

[ Pre-order at HobbyLink Japan | Otacute | Hobby Search | AmiAmi | CD Japan | Big in Japan ]

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