Ques Q unveils Wonder Festival 2013 exclusives - tomopop

Ques Q unveils Wonder Festival 2013 exclusives

10:00 AM on 01.21.2013

Brian Szabelski


Not surprisingly, its colorways of past releases

Ques Q have set up a website showing off their Wonder Festival 2013 Winter releases, and perhaps no surprise, they are bringing a lot of variants of past releases. First, they have grayscaled versions of their Ueda Hajime variant Hitagi and Mayoi from Bakemonogatari, at ¥8,000 each. There's also a black bunny suit Taiga from Toradora!, which looks better than the first colorway but I'm still not too excited about for some reason. She's the cheapest of the bunch at ¥7,000.

If you're a Touhou fan, you'll have three new colorways to pick from featuring Alice Margartroid, Yukari and Yuyuko. Each of the three is ¥11,000, and all of these will be available at booth 3-02 during the event on Feb. 10.


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