Miyazawa Model Exhibition: Cospa, Banpresto and the rest

2:00 AM on 11.09.2012 // Brian Szabelski
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PLUM, Kaitendoh, Ken Elephant/Kaiyodo and Chara Ani also featured

As the cap on our Miyazawa Model Exhibition coverage, there's a few more companies whose wares we've rounded up into one big post. The Ken Elephant booth was chock full of Kaiyodo's Revoltech figures, including the prototype for the upcoming Iron Man Mark 7 figure. PLUM once more had its teaser out for Okabe Rintarou from Steins;Gate, while Kaitendoh's offerings included the nice-looking figure of Cross x Create's Emna and their upcoming Kirino in February.

Cospa is rolling out more Graphigs and Nanoha merchandise, and Banpresto gave us more glimpses as their upcoming prize figures of Fate/Zero's Archer and Rider, and chibi figures of the Hokugao Tea Time crew from the K-On! film. Meanwhile, Chara-Ani has got itself some mini figures from Accel World, and Toy's Works' Etna mini-figure from the Disgaea D2 limited edition bundle made an appearance, too.

Check out the gallery for all the shots, and let us know what catches your eye in the comments! 

[via Moeyo and Akiba Hobby]

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