Megahouse serves up a double dose of cute in the newest Hobby Japan

May 23 // Tomopop Staff

Yesterday at Mega Hobby, more details were announced about a new property known as High Priestess, which will be a combination of games, manga, and anime, as well as figures. Now, a day later, we have our first images of the first character from the series to receive the figure treatment: Shinonome Satsuki. This grey-haired, green eyed gal has quite a bit of character, which comes through via some great character design, and this figure from Megahouse translates that very well. Her playful pose with her hand fixing her hair and her one foot tapping the ground is something we see in very few PVC figures and is really quite adorable here. There's no info yet on pricing or a release date, but she'll be out before the end of 2011.

Also, hiding in the corner there is Merry Nightmare from Yumekui Merry, and she's one awesome figure. She was shown off yesterday at Mega Hobby, and now, we know absolutely no more than we did yesterday: she'll be available at some point in 2011. Either way, I'll be keeping my eye on this curly-poof vested, ribbon clad ball of cute as her sculpt looks incredibly interesting and on point.

So, Tomopeeps, do either of these two gals from Megahouse pique your interest or do they not stand out enough for you?

[via 2chan]

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