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Phat! Company surprises us with Magical Nia

11:30 PM on 01.30.2013 // Brian Szabelski

Coming in July for all you Gurren Lagann fans out there

Seems you Gurren Lagann fans, especially Nia fans, are about to get a nice surprise! Good Smile has just posted up a new entry on their website for Phat! Company's Magical Nia figure, releasing in July (just in time for Wonder Festival 2013 Summer) at ¥8,800. Nia will be 1/8-scale, sitting atop a little moon, and is based on an illustration by Sushio, with sculptwork by Ken Kawanishi (a.k.a. GRIMROCK!) and paint by Maimocchi (a.k.a. turunoyakata)

What's more, Nia comes with a very cute little Boota to display alongside of her. I imagine Pedro has got to be very happy with this, and he's probably off to pre-order her right now. You can go do that, too, since they're opening up tonight at retailers.

[Pre-order at: HobbyLink Japan | Amiami | Hobby Search]

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