Mikatan shows off a trio of Nendoroids - tomopop

Mikatan shows off a trio of Nendoroids

7:30 PM on 01.22.2013

Tianxiao Ma

Associate Editor

Previews of GUMI, Nodoka Haramura, and Aoko Aozaki

Mikatan has been busy as of late, snapping sample photos of three just-released Nendoroids.

First up is GUMI from Virtual Vocalist Megpoid (pre-order post), which I guess is similar to the Vocaloid voice synthesizer software. She's the little lady with green hair who rides a giant carrot.

Next up is the pink-haired Nodoka Haramura (pre-order post) from mahjong anime Saki Achiga-hen. She's got parts for various sitting and mahjong poses, which I'm sure makes for a thrilling Nendoroid play session.

Lastly there's Aoko Aozaki (pre-order post). She hails from Mahoutsukai no Yoru, which I knew was a TYPE-MOON joint just looking at the design. Even in Nendoroid form the design is very TYPE-MOON-ish - they love drawing that hair style. Aoko comes with some magical effect pieces and a lot of arms.

All three Nendos will be out by tomorrow. Mikatan also says that all January Nendoroid releases will come with a special stand sporting one of three designs (selected randomly).

[via Mikatan's Blog]


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