Kaitendoh's new goodies from hobby scans and beyond

Jul 23 // Kristina Pino    @kriskitten

Fans of OreImo, Daiteikoku and the Hello Kitty to Issho! figures might like this month's scanned goods from Kaitendo. We've got an upcoming figure of Kirino in casual wear (previously seen back in Spring) and a cute girl called Mikan in Hello Kitty gear (for November). From Daiteikoku it's a swimsuit figure of the character Mikado (also previously seen in Spring) which is slated for release right on time for Christmas.

As for the "and beyond" part of the post title, once again SDCC news took over to the point that we glossed over some news of Kaitendoh and Lechery working on a Cinderella figure as a part of their Fairy Tale series. Cinderella is holding up a glass slipper and is overall in a terribly odd position, but I'll withhold further judgement until we see some images of the painted prototype. The sketch this figure is based on looks very pretty, at any rate. 

Pictures of everything I mentioned can be found in the gallery! Check 'em out and do let us know if you're excited for any of these. Of course, my favorites are Kirino and Mikan. 

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