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Under the Radar: Chibi-Arts Boa can't be your valentine

Pre-orders are already well open for Boa Hancock's second appearance in Bandai's Chibi-Arts line. This new Chibi-Arts Boa Hancock is a lot like the previous version, seeming re-using the body mold. However, the character seems to have some ...

 
 
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Under the Radar: Bandai's Chibi-Arts Sinbad

Fans of Shinobu Ohtaka’s adventure series Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic will be happy to know that Bandai has finally opened pre-orders for Chibi-Arts Sinbad. The King of Sindria comes with two different faces and some extra hands, bu...

 
 
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[UPDATE] Prepare your wallet for these Bandai pre-orders

Bandai recently updated their web page with a slew of products that will soon be up for pre-order, some of which I'm sure you're interested in getting your hands on. The ones that are sure to go quick are the newest Figuarts ZERO figures fr...

 
 
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Tamashii Nation 2012 preview has a load of anime figures

Tamashii Nation 2012 may be tomorrow officially but the preview event is already giving us and then some for figure announcements. We've seen Sailor Moon and Sol Badguy to name a couple of big announcements. Now there's a slew of anime titl...

 
 
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Tomopop Review: Bandai's Chibi-Arts C.C.

Though I can't say I was a big fan of Code Geass (despite being a huge CLAMP fan), I can't deny I've always loved the character designs. C.C. is definitely one of the cuter figure girls I've had the pleasure of playing with, and it's easy t...

 
 
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Tamashii Nations 2012 to debut Magi figures next week

Are you watching A-1 Pictures and Aniplex's new title, Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic? It's being touted as this season's big shonen action series getting some pretty good early reviews for the first episodes. Bandai can certainly spot a winn...

 
 
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Tomopop Review: Bandai's Chibi-Arts Perona

In the highly competitive super-deformed figure market, Bandai's Chibi-Arts have made their place at the top of the field. Previous reviews have shown that they are of a similar quality to Good Smile Company's Nendoroid and, in ma...

 
 
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Tomopop Review: Chibi-Arts Princess Shirahoshi

Princess Shirahoshi is one of those characters whose design transcends the One Piece fandom. I don't watch One Piece at all any more, but I see merchandise or figures of her character and just love the look (especially the P.O.P.). So, I wa...

 
 
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[REMINDER] September Micropixel: Feelin' Blue

Woo, September! Another month has gone by, so I've got a new challenge for you. For September, rather than the full Megapixel, we're gonna do it like July's contest: drop your entries in the comments section here with one image. The theme t...

 
 
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[REMINDER] Monthly Megapixel: A picnic with Frankenstein

[update: Once again, I forgot to put in the deadline! Thanks for reminding me, tears4dragons... you've got until Monday, August 27 to enter this contest! Good luck, everyone!] August already? Yeesh. So, last month's "Micropixel" contest was...

 
 
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Tamashii Features vol. 4 brings crushed scouters & more

Across the other, much larger pond, Tamashii Nations is showing off their goods in Hong Kong. A lot of these goods we've seen before, but we're just getting a better look at them now. All I'm saying is that I'm officially sold on SHF Vegeta...

 
 
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Tomopop Review: Chibi-Arts Kotetsu T. Kaburagi by Bandai

With the huge popularity Tiger & Bunny has garnered by both a male and female audience, I am not surprised to see its characters have followed One Piece into Bandai's Chibi-Arts line of figures. Pedro has already taken a look at some of...

 
 
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Tomopop Review: Bandai's Chibi-Arts Dragon Kid

As I mentioned extensively in my review for Blue Rose, the chibi-arts line is comparable to Good Smile's Nendoroids. In terms of quality and character choice, Bandai is off to a great start with their line of super-deformed f...

 
 
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Tomopop Review: Bandai's Chibi-Arts Blue Rose

One of the best things that Good Smile Company has going for it's Nendoroid line is the sheer amount of characters available. If there's a popular show out there, there's a good chance that at least one guy or gal will join the big-headed l...

 
 
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Chibi Arts C.C. up for pre-order, will eat your pizza

Originally seen during Tamashii Nation 2011 Winter, the Chibi-Arts C.C. is now ready for pre-order! The green-haired hottie sports a couple of faces, including one of the best satisfied expression I've seen on a figure. Of course, that expr...

 
 
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Reserve or Regret? Import round up for May 9, 2012

It's another sell out edition or Reserve or Regret all thanks to Bandai and MegaHouse selling their insanely popular products not made to order. So what was so popular? Well, more One Piece, Tiger & Bunny, and Kamen Rider and you know w...

 
 
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Tamashii Nation Winter '11: Tiger & Bunny 1/6 figures

In the Secret Stash edition, I mentioned that Bandai was planning a "New Arts" set of figures featuring the Tiger & Bunny series. Well, we have our close-up shot of the two and they are definitely something to contend with. The figures ...

 
 
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Tamashii Nation Winter '11: Chibi Arts

We've finally come to the end of the event and our coverage. Leaving on cheery note, let's look at the adorably deformed creations of Bandai in the form of their Chibi Arts line. Like many of the other lines, it's primarily dominated by One...

 
 


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