Stardust Witch Meruru aims for (and strikes) my heart

Dec 11 // Kristina Pino

MOECEPTION previewed by Mikatan and now up for pre-order!

I suppose it's pretty rare to see a figure of an anime character within an anime... moe-ception?!

Anywho, Mikatan's preview of this cutie came in along with the pre-orders last night, so you'll see both the retail sample and Mikatan's pictures in the gallery this time around.

Meruru is Kirino's favorite magical girl character (OreImo), and though she's had an iteration in petite form, it's kinda cool to see that she's gotten one in full Nendoroid size. Not only that, but the figure is of Meruru herself rather than Kirino cosplaying as her. Granted, if you own Kirino as a Nendoroid (reviewed) you could just swap the faces and ta-dah!

Meruru comes with two expressions, a wand, backpack, magical spirit animal, an adorable heart-shaped stand (genius) and even a trophy stand. Plenty of magical cavity-inducing girly Nendoroid for the usual ¥3,300 retail tag before discounts. She's set to be released in May.

[Pre-order at AmiAmi | Hobby Search | Otacute | HLJ]

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