Megadrive plush photo
Megadrive plush

Hug gaming history with COSPA's Megadrive plush

I heart 16-bit
Sep 07
At the end of Wreck-It Ralph, "retro" was defined as "old but cool." In the case of COSPA's new Megadrive plush, I would substitute "cool" with "absolutely, freaking adorable." I mean, look at this thing! It's arms are contro... read

Miyazawa Model Expo 31: COSPA and Ensky

For all your idol-loving, frog-punching needs
Apr 10
Over in Japan, Miyazawa Model Expo 31 has been bringing us closer views of upcoming toys. Here we're going to take a look at the offerings from COSPA and Ensky. COSPA focuses on two titles, The Idolm@ster and Super Danga... read
Oh God, the fluffiness!
Okay, I might not be one for social games, like Idolm@ster Cinderella Girls, but I know a cute plush when I see one, and Anzu's stuffed rabbit certainly fits the bill. Let me tell you, one doesn't have to know the source material inside and out to appreciate a good toy (as I am sure many of you know). Read on to see what makes this plush a winner! read feature


Nanoha's Fate Testarossa strikes out for pre-orders

Nov 25
Say what you will about the girls of Sailor Moon, PreCure, and every other magical girl show out there. When it comes to badass costumes, seldom manage to beat out Fate and her fantastic jet black leotard and thigh-highs. Tho... read

Miyazawa Model Exhibition: Cospa, Banpresto and the rest

PLUM, Kaitendoh, Ken Elephant/Kaiyodo and Chara Ani also featured
Nov 09
As the cap on our Miyazawa Model Exhibition coverage, there's a few more companies whose wares we've rounded up into one big post. The Ken Elephant booth was chock full of Kaiyodo's Revoltech figures, including the prototype ... read

Puella Magi Madoka Magica is full of graphig++ blockheads

COSPA makes a contract to have their paper craft series turned into a better PVC line.
Oct 22
The graphig series of anime characters turned papercraft seems to be doing fairly well with already having over 100 releases to its name. Though already released, the girls of Puella Magi Madoka Magica will see themselves bec... read

COSPA's graphig++ line gets a taste of Fate/Zero

Releasing in February
Oct 04
COSPA's new Graphig++ line isn't a bigger, better way to do papercraft: it takes those Graphig characters and turns them into bite-sized PVC figures. The latest batch of Graphigs to get this treatment come from Fate/Zero, fea... read

Pre-order Anzu's pink Bunny Plushy by COSPA

A Cute Squeeze
Sep 19
Fans of IdolM@ster and stuffed toys should check out COSPA's plushy of Anzu's pink bunny. Its not really detailed, but it doesn't have to be. What's not to like about a large 25 inch wide by 16 inch huggable bunny? The p... read

New Hatsune Miku Graphigs incoming

Will be on sale at Summer Festival 2012 in Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise
Sep 04
Miku fans likely know there's a big Miku event coming up in just over a week, and COSPA will be selling five new Miku Graphigs there! The five are quite an odd mix, featuring Miku Nyanko ver. (featured in the header); Miku wi... read

Wonder Festival 2012 Summer: COSPA x GSC Graphig figures

Jul 30
At yesterday's Wonder Festival in Japan, we got to see a new variety of Graphig figure, this time coming from a collaboration between COSPA and Good Smile Company. COSPA's Graphigs tend to be made of paper (see Brian's review... read

New Checkerboard Miku Graphig arrives in September

Jul 06
Good news if you like Hatsune Miku, papercraft and/or Graphig: a new Miku Graphig is coming in September! This is Checkerboard Miku, which is your regular-styled Miku, except with a checkerboard pattern applied to her that ma... read

If I told you that I liked Persona 4, you'd probably say something like, "Yeah, and water is wet. We know." I don't really tend to hide my fandom of both the game and anime series very much, but you may not know that I'm also... read feature


Tokyo Toy Show 2012: Cospa

Jun 16
This year's Tokyo Toy Show was visited by the fine folks at Cospa, and predictably, they brought along a ton of merchandise, including Graphig figures. Not only were all their recent Graphig releases shown off, but the Graphi... read

Okay, I must have missed the memo about a Gunslinger Girl remake or re-release or something, because we're seeing stuff of the girls all of the sudden. Joining the surprise figma of Henrietta are surprise Graphig sets of Henr... read feature


Reserve or Regret? Import round up for April 2, 2012

Apr 03
You know the drill. It's Reserve or Regret. I'm here to make you spend money. So let's get on with it. The biggest news of course is Miss Meryl Silverburgh from Metal Gear Solid being available for Square Enix's Play Arts Kai... read

Cospa previews some upcoming Graphigs

Mar 09
Up on the official Graphig site, Cospa is previewing some of the upcoming Graphig papercraft models. But just who are they? Of course, there's the pair featured in the header, Naruto and Sasuke from Naruto Shippuden. Also com... read

Being a papercraft fan has its ups and downs, but today's definitely one of those ups. That's because Cospa has announced the newest additions to its Graphig papercraft figures line, and they're Yu Narukami (a.k.a. The Protag... read feature


Take Kobato's bunny for your own

Feb 27
Spotted earlier at Cospa's booth at Wonder Festival Winter 2012, the bunny plush belonging to Haganai's Kobato is now available for pre-order. The plush is life-size at 51 centimeters long (with its ears folded over), making ... read

2012 Winter Hobby Maker Expo: Cospa

Feb 16
Cospa's Wonder Festival was pretty quiet, for the most part, but they had a few more things at the 2011 Winter Hobby Maker Expo. For that event, they brought Kobato's plush bunny, along with some of their recent Graphig line ... read

Compared to other booths, it would seem that Cospa had slim pickings at this winter's Wonder Festival 2012. That does not mean that their offering wasn't awesome, though. Cospa brought Kobato's plush bunny! We have been ... read feature


Cospa's newest Miku Graphigs are event exclusives

Feb 04
Next weekend marks an event everyone's been waiting for all year ... wait, what? No, not this Wonder Festival non-sense. I'm talking about the 63rd Sapporo Snow Festival! And while Good Smile's Snow Miku exclusive won't be ti... read

Cospa is one of those manufacturers that I don't know too much about except their stuff could be a bit pricey, but I gave them a chance with this particular figure of Kirino because the pose was perfect. I love that we f... read feature


More papercraft cuteness from COSPA for Tiger & Bunny, Hanasaku Iroha, and more

Oct 20
Looks like COSPA has a hit on their hands with their Graphig series of anime characters turned into adorable papercraft designs. I mean, insanely adorable. Look at those blockheads and those cute eyes! So, yes, popular series... read

Cospa gives you the power of Geass while you sleep

Jun 07
Have you ever wished for the power of Geass? Cospa can give you that power but there's a catch. It only works when you're asleep. Actually, there's another catch. It doesn't work at all. It's just a sleeping mask. A rather silly one at that. Right up there with the Gintama Okita sleeping mask. But nothing wrong with being silly! [Pre-order at Hobby Search | AmiAmi] read

Look your best on the Midnight Channel with these new Persona 4 glasses

Apr 27
Absolutely no one could doubt your number one Persona 4 fan status if you were sporting these glasses around town. Cospa will be releasing these spectacles, based on the pair the protagonist... read

Cospa joins in the summer fun with Da Capo

Apr 09
One of the more well-known visual novels around, earning it a release in English, even, Da Capo seems to have an endless supply of figures despite the fact that it hasn't really been seen in years. Nevertheless, companies kee... read

Kirino Kousaka dares you to pass her up

Mar 25
It seems that recently, the fiery main character of the recently completed anime Ore no Imoto is experiencing a surge in popularity. Of course, that means lots of figures, and this latest comes to us from Cospa. Being a simpl... read

It's not like I want you to look at this Kirino mini-gallery, or pre-order her...

Mar 11
Ah yes, that Kirino of my dreams is finally up for pre-order, right on time to share a nice little gallery for you all. As I mentioned before, what I like most about this figure is how it captures Kirino's personality so much... read

2011 Winter Hobby Maker Exhibition: Cospa (Resinya!)

Feb 08
At the 2011 Winter Hobby Maker Exhibition, Cospa (better known as Resinya!) continues to push their new Cute-Rate Two Three line of dolls featuring the ladies of K-On. Mio, Yui, and Tsumugi debuted the new dolls and now the c... read

The 27th Miyazawa Model Exhibition: Cospa and Resinya

Nov 10
Did someone ask for more Persona? Well, if you did, then you're sort of in luck. At the 27th Annual Miyazawa Model Exhibition, Cospa revealed that they have some mini-figures coming with a small part of the cast from&nbs... read

Even more pictures of Cospa's Aegis!

Sep 30
This figure went up for order what seems like eons ago, and she was scheduled to come out at the end of September, but she was recently delayed 'till late November. I have no issue with this seeing as how many things I had fo... read

Duel of the Fate's as COSPA reveals their own expensive Fate figure

Jul 12
What the heck is going on!? First we have Alter opening preorders for their expensive 1/7 scale Fate Testarossa figure of Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha and now COSPA is in on the action with their own version of Fate.... read

Resinya's! Blog Fairy Kokoro has the job I covet

May 31
As soon as I saw this animated little face, I knew I wanted to know more about her. Plus, I'm a sucker for cute hats. With some investigation, I learned that she is an original design from Komatsu Eiji of a character called B... read

Persona 3 Portable gives an excuse for COSPA to make another Aegis figure

Apr 23
Persona 3 Portable is coming out July 6, 2010. But I'm sure Persona fans already know that. Did you know that COSPA's amazing 10.5 x 13.75 x 10.25 inch Aegis figure is now available for preorder? What? No!? Community mem... read

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