Sora no Otoshimono's Nymph towers over her companions

2:00 PM on 09.14.2012 // Emily Smalara

With so much focus on Sora no Otoshimono's curvier Angeloids, it's easy to overlook little Nymph. She just might be my favorite, though, particularly with that bright blue hair I love so very much. Her story happens to be ridiculously depressing, so I'm glad to see her getting some proper attention thanks to Kotobukiya!

While the choice of outfit may be a bit much for some, it's certainly several factors more modest than some figures we've seen of Astraea in particular. I'm definitely a fan, and I like seeing her in basically the standard Angeloid getup rather than something unrelated. I'd have liked to see her wings in their more butterfly-style shape, but the fact they're even included is also a nice touch.

Of course, you're not just getting Nymph! Included are two chibi versions of the aforementioned Astraea, with Ikaros as well. They both come with common accessories, such as watermelon and Astraea's weapons, and even allow for a modicum of poseability in their necks. Certainly a nice bonus when you also factor in this set won't break the bank, setting you back only around ¥6,940 when it arrives in January.

[ Pre-order at HobbyLink Japan | Otacute | Hobby Search | AmiAmi | J-List ]

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