Prepare to card fight Good Smile's Nendoroid Aichi
Aichi Sendou of Cardfight!! Vanguard gets some color for his much standard Nendoroid release.
Card games are serious business you know. So much so that figure makers are taking notice like Good Smile Company with their Nendoroid Plus Series for Cardfight!! Vanguard from earlier in the year. However, these even smaller Nendoroid figures may not be what you want. You probably want something normal for Nendoroid figures especially of the protagonist Aichi Sendou.
Good Smile Company has answered that call which we've seen before at the Dengeki 20th Anniversary Festival and the Miyazawa Model Exhibition. Unfortunately this card fighter was only in the prototype stage but Mikatan now has the full color preview of Nendoroid Aichi. As always, Nendoroid Aichi will include different faces and arm parts. The faces give Aichi an action expression, and simple smiling impression, and an adorable embarrassed expression. I do like the anime hair highlights that was given to Aichi. It's something different and nice to see. Nendoroid Aichi wouldn't be complete without a set of cards which features some detailed print of the actual cards from the game. He'll also include a card case but it doesn't actually hold the individual cards he comes with. Also included with Nendoroid Aichi is the disgustingly cute Wingal. Daaaa~w!
For fans of Cardfight!! Vanguard or just fans of Aichi alone, you can find his Nendoroid release for pre-order on November 15, 2012 in Japan now. Will you be picking up this charming Nendoroid figure to conduct your own card fights or just gush at him and his embarrassed face?
[ Pre-order at HobbyLink Japan | Otacute | Hobby Search | AmiAmi | CD Japan | J-List | ToysLogic | Big in Japan ]
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