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Preview this gorgeous Leicia figure from Good Smile


9:00 PM on 07.20.2011
Preview this gorgeous Leicia figure from Good Smile photo


Today's double-take worthy figure comes to us from Good Smile Company, featuring the stunning Leicia from Beatless, a novel currently being serialized in the Japanese Newtype. It kind of saddens me that our own short-lived version of Newtype only serialized manga instead of, you know, books, but I digress.

Needless to say, this figure is absolutely outstanding. Everything about her screams "must have!" and would have me reaching for the order button if I could. Really, there's not a thing I don't love about this figure. From the calm expression to her relaxed pose and motion of her hair, she's really, really well-done. You can also take a look at how close she is to the novel's own illustrations over at Mika-tan's Blog.

Leicia is a good example of a figure that can have a load of appeal without showing off overly immodest amounts of skin, though it does seem that you can remove the guards around her hips, a little detail I'm certainly not complaining about! Good Smile's also put a lot of effort into whatever the device she's toting around is, allowing it to be moved and posed at a number of different angles. Of course, a figure this lovely and complex doesn't come cheap, but if you've got the 9,000 to drop on a pre-order, hop on over to Good Smile's store before the end of August to lock your own Leicia down.

[Pre-order at Good Smile Company]

Preview this gorgeous Leicia figure from Good Smile photo
Preview this gorgeous Leicia figure from Good Smile photo
Preview this gorgeous Leicia figure from Good Smile photo
Preview this gorgeous Leicia figure from Good Smile photo
Preview this gorgeous Leicia figure from Good Smile photo
Preview this gorgeous Leicia figure from Good Smile photo
Preview this gorgeous Leicia figure from Good Smile photo





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