The Toaru girls are encapsulated into the CapsuleQ series

10:00 AM on 11.20.2012

Toaru Kagaku no Railgun gets capsule figures from Kaiyodo

Did you know Kaiyodo is in the capsule figure making business? Why yes! They do more than just Revoltech figures! The company has a series of Figures called the CapsuleQ Fraulein which is relatively still new with only four releases under its belt. Now the company has a fifth release coming focusing on the girls of Toaru Kagaku no Railgun.

The CapsuleQ Fraulein Toaru Kagaku no Railgun set of capsule figures will have a total of four girls to collect along with a couple of charms for your bag or cell phone. The figures to collect are Mikoto, Kuroko, Kazari, and Ruiko, each posed in a fashion to their character. ...and apparently in a way that has all their skirts lifting. Oh come on! Is that really necessary? These are capsule figures so I'm not sure what kind of quality you're looking for under those skirts. Speaking of which, the quality is looking rather decent for capsule toys. Obviously no prize figure standards and definitely no PVC figure quality here but they are still somewhat nice looking. The poses themselves are also dynamic and not boring in anyway. Heck, Kuroko's hair is surprisingly animated even if it looks like the head of Medusa. As mentioned earlier, the capsule set will also include a charm for your bag and cell phone of Gekota that Mikoto is seen having.

If you're interested in what Kaiyodo has to offer for their CapsuleQ Fraulein Toaru Kagaku no Railgun of figures, a single box will net you 24 pieces. Since there are so many pieces, it does come at the expensive retail price of ¥9,143. So find some friends and get to working on those arrangement! Or just resell what you don't need. You have time to figure that out since these will not come out until March, 2013.

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