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Wonder Festival 2014 Summer: Broccoli


Broccoli gets a bit obscure for source material
Aug 04
// Jeremy Emerje Crocker
Broccoli apparently doesn't care if a series isn't a super popular anime or blockbuster game. Just having a following is enough for them. Just take visual novel series Amairo Islenauts as an example, it's getting its fir...
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AmiAmi's Alter sale

AmiAmi has a fantastic price on these three Alter figures


I own and love all of these figurines.
Aug 17
// Jon Wills
Yesterday when I was trying to dig up some sales to tell you about I happened across some amazing deals at AmiAmi for Alter figures. First up we have Alter's Majyokku Miracle-n hailing from YuruYuri for just  ¥3950 y...
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Tea time in Wonderland. Very good idea but falls short.
There have been a lot of K-On! figures released over the years. I know some of you that would be happy if no other figures or merchandise of them came out ever again. You know who you are! I for one like to see more...


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See Banpresto's latest figures from the 31st Prize Fair


Fate/Zero, K-ON!, IDOLM@STER, and many others hit the show!
Feb 22
// Jeremy Emerje Crocker
Just when you thought all of the figure shows were over for February another one sneaks in with a bunch of new things to see. Dengeki Hobby has posted their coverage of the Japan Amusement Expo 2013 31st Prize Expo showi...

Tomopop Hatsukoi: the figure that started everything

Feb 14 // Jon Wills
Brian's Hatsukoi Figurine: Revoltech Yotsuba If any one figure gave me a kick in the butt on collecting, it would have to be Revoltech Yotsuba. I first saw her shortly after I'd gotten into the joyous bundle of pages that are the Yotsuba&! tankobons, and I knew that I had to have her for my — at the time — relatively tiny collection. She was also the first poseable figure of any sort I'd owned since I had my G.I. Joes when I was younger and with all those joints came new avenues to have fun with my otherwise static collection of figures. I could have her climb up a tree; look excited to be sitting in front of a giant cookie for dinner; or even have her tucked around a corner, water pistol in hand, ready to squirt the next person who crossed her path in the face. Or, in short, it made collecting more fun. She's still my go-to figure when I need something funny to shoot out in the wide open world, and the only one I've ever taken on a trip with me. I'm not sure I'd have an interest in poseable figures or even in figure photography without Yotsuba around to give me that first push into a new world. While Danbo or Cheerful Kaito might have a little more of my attention now a days, I always have time for Yotsuba. Kristina's Hatsukoi Figurine: Banpresto Prize Figure Nagi I got into toy collecting without really realizing it. It started with two totally different things. The first big thing was that I'd been into Kannagi in 2009 and I wanted to buy a cute figure of Nagi (the main character of that show). I don't know why it struck me, and I was, I dunno... inspired. I also went to Japan that year, so I decided to go hunting for one. I passed on every Nendoroid I saw in all the different stores because I thought they looked stupid, and eventually a friend helped me out and walked me through all the second-hand shops at Akihabara until we found one. I appreciate it a little more now than I did then, because I now can identify it as a licensed prize figure (Banpresto). I'm also happy to note that she's still in stellar condition. A few months after that, I got into Vinylmation collecting. Again, I just kind of got into it without even knowing. I walked into a Disney Parks store and saw them behind the register, and I thought they were the cutest thing. Little Mickey-shaped figures, all with different little designs? Awesome! I'll take three. And that's where it started, and that has led to... well, a much more sizable collection. I'm actually too embarrassed to bother counting how many of those figures I've got, so I stopped keeping track. I'm not ashamed of my collection or anything, I just stopped caring about the number once I ran out of shelf space.  Tian's Hatsukoi Figurine: Orchid Seed's Lineage II Elf I started collecting toys after finding out about Tomopop, but the thing that got me collecting bishoujo figures was Orchid Seed's Lineage II Elf. The lady doesn't even have a name, but I saw some reviews of her online that left a thorough impression. The sculpt was amazing, her face was really pretty, and I liked the job they did on her skin tones. Of course I have to mention the cast-off feature, where you could remove her jacket and skirt to show off a great butt. Orchid Seed kind of messed up the sculpting of her underwear, but they got that butt just right. To date, this is my only Orchid Seed figure, and I still think it's their best. One of the first shots I took of this figure was with a desk lamp over it and a dark background. I decided to recreate that shot for this feature because I liked the way the light falls on her hair and clothing from above. Jon's Hatsukoi Figurine: Alter's Azusa Nakano I began my collection with a Banpresto prize figure of Piccolo from DBZ and a One Coin set of Tales of Symphonia and Vesperia. These figures were cool sure, but my collection never really grew into an obsession until I purchased my first Alter figure of Azusa Nakano from K-On! I still remember the day I was browsing Japanator and stumbled into a linked review at Tomopop for Azusa. After reading her review, I just had to have one for myself. However, because I was new to collecting, I had a hard time justifying spending a lot of cash on her. After much deliberation, I decided I would buy her and that she would be a cheerleader of sorts for me. She would encourage me to work and to write. Looking back, I would say she has done her job well. My fingers were trembling with excitement when me and my best friend opened Azusa's box and pulled her out for the first time. In a word, I would say she that she was "adorable." She was my first really super detailed figurine. I wanted to keep every single piece of her figurine intact. I even wanted to keep the little clear plastic pieces that came off her arms and legs because they, too, seemed to be cute. Speaking of cuteness, her face still ranks as one of the cutest in my collection. I have also always had a soft spot for twin tails. Still, Azusa is more than just cute. Her guitar is really realistic from end to end. I often look at it and admire the handy work done to make it look like it was made out of wood and the guitar strings still shine after all these years. Azusa was my first figure that really looked like she was in motion. From the flutter of her skirt and pose of the legs to her twin tails and big open mouthed face, she was moving. Someone even commented to me that she looked like she was about to leap off my desk! Unfortunately for me, she did leap off my desk. You see, I never really set aside a proper shelf for her and despite how much I say that I loved her. I really loved her about the same way that Yui from K-On! loved her guitar - Okay, I'll say it - I was a careless owner. Truth be told, she took a tumble or two and before I knew it, a few of the frets of her guitar had broken off. It took a little work but me and my father fixed her using a metal pipe from a model railroad kit and a set of pearl beads I purchased from Michaels. While the end result was not perfect, I feel like repairing Azusa instead of replacing her with a new figure made her that much more important to me, because now she was uniquely my Azusa. Eventually, I had to collect the whole group, because Azusa would be sad if she was left alone by herself without any of her friends, so I bought the band and Ui, too. I also have Nodoka on pre-order. Of course, I slowly branched out from K-On! to collect figurines from a few other shows and series as well. But Alter's Azusa and K-On! band really spear-headed the whole collecting operation! I didn't stop collecting figurines of Azusa with just her lovely Alter version either. I bought her figma for a bargain price when I purchased Alter's Mugi. One year at Animazement, I bought the set of mini Nendoroids for all of the girls, Azusa included. Also I managed to snag an import of her Kyoto Animation limited edition strawberry figure, which I have yet to unbox to this day. I think this is the one figure that I own I will never un-box. In all, I am pleased with all of the figures I picked to collect of her, but sometimes I regret not buying her Nendoroid or the Max Factory version of Azusa teasing a cat. After it's all said and done, I have to say that I love my figure of Azusa. We have been through a lot together and learned a lot together. I have formed memories with many people I am close to thanks to her. Also, she sparked my love for Alter figurines and was my gateway of sorts to photography, writing, and collecting far more than what I had planned to! Well, that wraps up what our Hatsukoi figurines are! What are some of the figures that got you hooked on your collections, Tomopeeps? Share them with us in the comments.
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These figures are the foundations for our collections
Ever look over your collections and think about what started it all in the first place? As collectors, we always treasure new and old things, but there is always a special place in our hearts for the first things we collect. The header images may make it obvious, but hit the jump to see what figurine kick started many of our editors' collections.

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K-On! puppets arrive for those lucky enough to win them


These were originally given out as prizes during a Lawson campaign ... but you may have to define "prize" differently
Jan 22
// Brian Szabelski
So last summer, Lawson was having one of their campaigns where they have different prizes you can win. This one centered around the K-On! movie, and one of the prizes was ... puppets. Of the entire Houkago Tea Time crew....
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It's prize figures aplenty in the latest magazine scans


Banpresto, FuRyu, and Sega prize show off their latest cute moe girl figures in these new scans.
Nov 23
// Jeremy Emerje Crocker
This time around from the wonderful world of magazine scans we get some serious offerings from the big three in the realm of prize figures: Banpresto, FuRyu, and Sega Prize. All three look to be bringing their A-game, gi...
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Miyazawa Model Exhibition: Cospa, Banpresto and the rest


PLUM, Kaitendoh, Ken Elephant/Kaiyodo and Chara Ani also featured
Nov 09
// Brian Szabelski
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 ...
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30th Prize Fair: Sega Prize


YuruYuri, Accel World, OreImo, and even Kaito Kid show up from the game company that's also prize figure maker.
Nov 07
// Jonathan Tubbs
What's a Prize Fair without the company that has it in their name? Sega Prize attended the 30th Prize Fair with their assortment of prize figures from an array of anime titles that may interest some folks. The one that immedi...
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30th Prize Fair: Banpresto


Prize figures coming in 2013 for Gundam Unicorn, Code Geass, K-On!, Kamen Rider, and Magi.
Nov 07
// Jonathan Tubbs
Cripes! Another event, Japan? You're keeping yourselves busy with all the product showcasing. At least with the focus of this event, there are plenty more chances for characters we may like at a fraction of the cost. I'm talk...
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Transformers, train girls, more come to Dengeki Festival


Oct 20
// Jonathan Tubbs
TakaraTomy is a mix bag of properties and then some as evident at the Dengeki 20th Anniversary Festival. The company showed off some of its popular properties including ZOIDS, Transformers, and TomyTec's line of train girls. ...
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The month's not complete without some Alter delays


They round up and execute your hopes and dreams
Oct 11
// Tianxiao Ma
Continuing my trend of posting news that no one is surprised at, Alter has announced another round of delays. If you were hoping to receive Nodoka Manabe, Accelerator, or Eila Ilmatar Juutilainen (a re-release) this month, then your hopes have been dashed. Take that. They've only been delayed until November, but that gives Alter plenty of time to revel in the sweet taste of your tears. [via Alter]
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Keep an eye out for these Banpresto figures


Banpresto's August 2012 prize figure releases
Aug 31
// Kristina Pino
More than a handful of awesome prizes from Banpresto have been released this month, so check these highlights: Blue Exorcist: Petites Rin, Yukio, Amaimon; plush Kuro two Hunter x Hunter DX figures: Killua and Leorio two K-On...
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Wonder Festival 2012 Summer: Sega Prize! Part 3


Jul 30
// Jeremy Emerje Crocker
Here we are with the final set of news and pictures from Sega Prize! This is by no means the left overs, think of it more as the grand finale. We'll be wrapping things up with new figures from Another, The Prince of Tennis, Working!!, K-On!, Sword Art Online, Accel World, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Vocaloid, A Certain Magical Index, and Bakemonogatari! Phew! [see also: part 1 | part 2]
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This month's hobby scans show off new prize figures


Jul 23
// Kristina Pino
I always love looking at the stuff coming out from Banpresto, Ichiban Kuji and SEGA prize. This month, we've got some Fate/Zero, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, OreImo (September release), Accel World (also September), K-On! (the ...
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ALTER's Nodoka from K-On! awaits your pre-order papers


May 23
// Jonathan Tubbs
One thing I would always complained about with the mass marketing of K-On! figures was the lack of a scaled figure of the responsible and kind Nodoka Manabe. My wish came true when ALTER revealed a unpainted sample at Wonder ...
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Sing along with KyoAni's little SD Singing! Tsumugi


Apr 11
// Brian Szabelski
So we've had Mio, Yui and Ritsu as Singing! figures from K-On! by Kyoto Animation. That means we're missing the best one, right? Yep, Tsumugi is a part of the series too, coming in at 10 cm (3.9-...

Banpresto's Kyun Chara 2012 collection

Mar 28 // Jon Wills
There are lots of good figures in Banpresto's Kyun Chara line so It's really difficult to choose my favorite figurines but out of the new ones that have been announced so far, but in no particular order, here are my favorites: If these look familiar to you they should, last week at Tomopop, we showed you all of the upcoming late March Ichiban Kuji prize figures and these were included in the lot. I just love the energy of these girls and their expressions, just looking at them makes me want to hum "Fuwa Fuwa Time", or "Rice is a Main Dish," too! Okay so you probably could have guessed that I love musical anime, I really do! If an anime can shine to me audibly as well as present a good story with good visuals then it has stolen my heart Macross Frontier does a great job of that! Wearing outfits from the latest movie, Macross Frontier: Sayonara no Tsubasa these these super deformed Sheryl and Ranka are totally cute sporting lots of different colors. I really love the Ranka on the left the most with her cute pursed lips, but the Sheryl on the far right looking all serious with her pink guitar is awesome too. As much as I love cute female characters, I also love to see stories where men can be the hero, where they can shine and save damsels in distress! Besides, at least in this writers opinion having a few guys in a collection makes it look less creepy. This might not be the case when men are super deformed; however I know that Barnaby and Kotetsu would look great in my own display. So what do you think Tomopeeps? Are any of you planning on picking up any Kyun Chara prize figures?
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According to Akiba Hobby, Banpresto recently held a figurine exhibition called Defohaku, where they showcased Banpresto's excellent Kyun Chara collection showing off their past, present and future creations. Today, we are goi...

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Check out these Ichiban Kuji K-On! movie prize figures


Mar 17
// Jon Wills
K-On! has always had a special place in my heart, so it is no surprise that when Moeyo posted a two-part article on these Ichiban Kuji prize figures due late March, I just had to share with you all the cool figures they are m...
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Continue Singing! with KyoAni's Mio from K-On!


Mar 05
// Jonathan Tubbs
Did you not get enough of the adowable Singing! figures from K-On! by Kyoto Animation? The company is not stopping at Yui and Ritsu. Of course not! Why would they? The next in this series of squishy figures is fan favorite Mi...
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Prize Fair 2012 Summer: Banpresto - K-On!


Feb 18
// Jonathan Tubbs
Try as you may, you'll never escape K-On! Of course, the question is how many times can you really re-release these girls in their school uniforms playing their instruments? Banpresto thinks they can do it one more time which...
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This K-On gallery makes me question my principles


Jan 30
// Emily Smalara
Figure makers everywhere are determined to make me take back my loathing for the ridiculously popular moeblobs of K-On! As if knowing my personal love for all things vibrant and colorful, these new Engeki Taikai figures from ...
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Alphamax brings us the Hirasawa sisters in swimsuits


Jan 27
// Brian Szabelski
Alphamax's newest figure has just hit the world of pre-orders, and it's of K-On!'s Hirasawa Ui in a swimsuit! The 1/7-scale Ui really, really worries me because she looks like she could be a bit of a leaner leaning forward li...
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Banpresto keeps the K-On!! figure train a-rolling


Jan 23
// Brian Szabelski
Yes, the newest scans have some more K-On! figures in the mix. Or more precisely ... K-On!!, which is the second series/season; the extra exclamation point makes all the difference. In any case, Banpresto is responsible for t...

Tomopop Review: Max Factory's 1/7-scale Azusa Nakano

Jan 03 // Emily Smalara
Figure Name: 1/7-scale Azusa NakanoFigure Maker: Max FactoryRetail Price: ¥7,429Available at: HobbyLink Japan At a first glimpse at the box, nothing seems too out of the ordinary. It's a standard container without any real standout attributes, giving a nice glance at the character and nothing more. It does have a cute color scheme that fits K-On!'s lighthearted appeal, but for the most part, it's a box. It does what it has to do, without going above and beyond to really grab your eye. Honestly, most people buying this are K-On! fans anyway, and given the popularity you could probably package her in a brown cardboard box and lose absolutely zero sales. Removing Azusa from the container, I have to say, "Wow." I'm really pleased right off the bat with how she turned out. She's even cuter than I'd expected, and of course with the added plus of having to not worry about fitting her to the base, she's easy to just settle in and you're good to go. The only bit of placement you really need to "deal with" is arranging her cushion properly. It has some nice little grooves for her arm and chest to rest against, keeping her securely in place with the added bonus of being quite unobtrusive once she's there. Now, the big surprise that you may have noticed in the previous shot, but is really noticeable here, is the texture of the base. It's carpet! I had to laugh when I found this out, because given the relaxing nature of the figure, I'd planned to have her set up on a carpet for the gallery shoot anyway. As it turned out, I didn't need to! The base is completely covered in white fabric, and it's very, very soft. It almost feels like cashmere, and it isn't a thin layer, either. While her legs are heavy enough to sink in a little, the fabric is silky enough that even her hair creates a little give. I'm very happy with this, it's a great addition to the whole feel of the figure. Her little kitten included is probably the only thing that doesn't disappear into the base, content to flop over onto its side to paw at the toy Azusa holds -- despite that rather distracted expression, looking anywhere but at her pet. I have to admit figures with loose little details like this always make me worry about losing them at some point, so if you're the type to rearrange collections a lot you might want to take note that the kitty might slide right off in the moving process. As for Azusa herself, for such simple clothing she's got a remarkable amount of appeal -- probably because it's an outfit I'd love myself that looks ridiculously comfortable! I'm not too used to figures with more contemporary clothing, but I really like the looks of this one. Max Factory did a nice job avoiding any sort of blending between the stripes of her top, and it's got a very nice fit that manages to be just a bit baggy while simultaneously showing off her figure. From behind, you can really get a better look at the whole sweatshirt and appreciate the paint job. There aren't any instances of colors overlapping, or missed spots, and again, the colors used are startlingly vivid, adding a bit of vibrancy to the scene as a whole. When all is said and done, I really enjoyed this figure even more than I thought I would. I think both fans and non-fans alike would do well to grab this one for their collections, and I am absolutely in love with her design. Max Factory did a great job making a character this simple have such great appeal, making a lot of little details add up to one great package! [Thanks to HobbyLink Japan for providing Tomopop with this review sample!]
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I'll get it out of the way right off the bat. I'm not a fan of K-On! I don't like what it did to anime, and I don't like the cross-eyed main character that passes for "moe" nowadays. That said, I'm not too proud to admit when...

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Sega Prize has figures but not prizes at Comiket 81


Dec 29
// Jonathan Tubbs
You think Comiket is just limited to the big companies? Oh no. Sega Prize, who covers a wide array of titles for their bargain figures, was at the event showing their upcoming wares and it looks like they have a little someth...
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KyoAni releasing a squishy K-On! Ura-On! Yui figure


Dec 28
// Jonathan Tubbs
Japan, stop making anime kids so squishy! Granted, doesn't mean I want one but cripes! They are so adorable! That's the case I'm running into when looking at Kyoto Animation's Movie K-On! First Special "Singing/Yui" figure. T...
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Alphamax's Yui is off to the beach to join Mio and Azusa


Dec 26
// Jonathan Tubbs
It was six months ago that Alphamax felt the world needed 1/7 scale versions of Mio and Azusa from K-On! in their swimsuits. Sure, Wave has done it before but those are 1/10 scale and those are tiny compared to other figures!...

Tomopop Review: Max Factory's Hirasawa Yui (Santa ver.)

Dec 24 // Brian Szabelski
Figure Name: Hirasawa Yui Santa ver.Figure Maker: Max FactoryRetail Value: ¥7,429Available at: HobbyLink Japan So, as per usual, we start with the box. It's pretty simple; the front has a nice window to show off the figure, along with a big photo of Santa Yui and her name written on the side. The sides and back feature some more photos of the figure, but that's really about it. It's pretty standard stuff. Yui is 1/7 scale, and properly enough, she's smaller than some of my 1/6-scale figures. Her pose is one full of life, a hand on her hip and her other arm making a little "V" sign with a huge grin upon her face. She looks awfully jolly, doesn't she? The figure's base is a little pink number with the K-On! logo and Yui's guitar logo. Really, that's about it; it's pretty basic. The big selling point here is that it's Yui in the Santa suit from Episode 7 that Sawako-sensei had bought and tried to force poor Mio to wear. It's memorable for the fact that while Mio doesn't want anything to do with it, Yui puts the damn thing on and is more than happy to do it (much to Sawako's chagrin, as she had intended it for Mio). The suit itself, save for a little bit of paint overlap on the bottom fringe, looks like it does in the anime series itself. But the problem is because the suit is removable (more on that in a second), there's a terrible seam on the side of her suit. If it doesn't fit together properly, the seam's even worse ... ... like under her arm, which features two tiny pegs you need to get to fit. Try as I might, I couldn't get it to fit because it has to be precise. That's a bit of a disappointment that it's not an easier fit in some of the hard-to-reach spots. Here's the face! The good thing here is that her face is perfect for the pose, especially that huge grin of hers. It fits Yui's energetic personality perfectly, and there aren't any issues with the paint job. Excellent work, Max Factory and this figure's sculptor, Makayaman. The good news is her hat comes off without a hitch. That's kind of important, because it'd look awkward on her alternate look, I think! You can also see that her hair is quite well sculpted, resembling how it appears in the anime. Without her Santa suit on, Yui is in her school swimsuit. It's a very odd choice, almost as if Max Factory thought no one would buy her in just her Santa Suit. The swimsuit is sculpted and painted quite well, but it's not really as exciting in this pose as Santa Yui is. So is this Yui worth it? Well, It's a bit expensive for a type of figure that might have worked a little better on a smaller scale in just the Santa suit. She is well done, and anyone who's a fan of Yui would do well to add her to their collection, but if you're not really a K-On! fan or Santa suits ... it's a bit harder for me to recommend it. [Thanks to HobbyLink Japan for providing this review sample!]
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As a K-On! fan, it's probably assumed I buy everything K-On! related. Truth is, I don't, and I'm not really a Mio fan. Though I do like figures that aren't just the girls and their instruments and show some personality. In pa...

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Ichiban Kuji the first to start with K-On! movie figures


Dec 23
// Jonathan Tubbs
Just like most popular anime titles, it was only a matter of time before K-On! would get a chance to be shown on the big screen. Of course, it is also only a matter of time before figures would begin to pop up based on the mo...
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These K-On! Ichiban Kuji Kyun Chara figures are adorable


Nov 21
// Brian Szabelski
AHHHHHH, SO ADORABLE. That's all I really need to say about the new Ichiban Kuji K-On! figures that will be out starting tomorrow. The new Kyun Chara figures feature the girls of Hokago Tea Time in holiday suits, but Yui in t...
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Cutie Figure Mascot K-on!! series takes the stage


Nov 10
// Brian Szabelski
More K-On! goodies? Why yes, I will take a few of them, and Megahouse is ready to dish them out. Their newest blind-boxed Cutie Figure Mascot series features the series' characters, albeit in a much, much smaller form. The gi...
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Nendoroid Ritsu re-release delayed until October


Sep 20
// Brian Szabelski
Poor Ritsu. Maybe she forgot to turn the paperwork in again. That would be an explanation as to why she's now being displayed as an October re-release on the Good Smile Company website. As you might remember, she came back up...
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Finally, a Sawako Petit Nendo-what do you mean exclusive?


Aug 25
// Brian Szabelski
FINALLY. After what's seemed like absolute non-sense from Good Smile Co. and Max Factory, after seeing Petit Nendos released of almost all the other main characters from K-On!, Sawako is finally getting her moment. The girls'...
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Sega offering up a pair of K-On! prize figures


Aug 22
// Brian Szabelski
Sega's prize figures division has a few new treats for you, K-On! fans. As you can see above, they've got a lovely little pair of Mio and Ritsu figures, standing about 16-17 cm tall, featuring the girls in their sum...
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It's Azusa's turn to show off her swimmies


Aug 19
// Kristina Pino
Oh hey, it's a gallery! And it's..Azusa! I'm not into K-On!, and I'm not into this figure, but hey, maybe you readers are. This is the Alphamax version, so she's much larger than your Wave 1/10 scale Beach Queens figures (a w...
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A gallery of Alphamax's 1/7 scale swimsuit Mio Akiyama appears!


Aug 08
// Kristina Pino
For release in November, this swimsuit figure by Alphamax (along with her partner Azusa) are a decided alternative from the Beach Queens figures, mostly due to the scale difference. You would probably have to be quite the K-O...
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Here's everything from the K-On! Ichiban Kuji lottery


Jun 29
// Brian Szabelski
Recently, we got a glimpse at the K-On! Ichiban Kuji figures and most of you were not impressed. Well, we now have some more detailed shots of the five girls metal-inspired get-ups. And you know what? I'm still not sold on an...
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Alter's Hirasawa Ui from K-On! dresses up in some color


Jun 27
// Jonathan Tubbs
If you're a fan of rising girl band title K-On!, then you really can't lose in the figure world. Almost every figure maker has had their hand in the pot. Heck, even Alphamax, better known for their raunchy Skytube line of fig...
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K-On! rocks out in these upcoming Ichiban Kuji figures


Jun 24
// Brian Szabelski
Need a little more metal in your life? Or a little more K-On!? Well, why not both with the new Ichiban Kuji K-On! figures? This set features the girls in Death Devil versions — Death Devil being the name of their club m...

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