It was just a few days ago that we reported that Good Smile Company would be getting into the lottery figure game with their own Good Smile Kuji line. With a few days until the site officially launches on November 22, it looks like what news will be coming from the site has already been leaked.
Posted on Baidu Tieba, photos of the first Good Smile Kuji lottery prize figures will focus on Vocaloid and especially Hatsune Miku. What a shock! To add a little something different than rehashing the same Vocaloid characters, the Good Smile Kuji Hatsune Miku 2012 Winter Ver. set of Vocaloid characters will have a holiday theme. There will be a total of seven different prize sets with the A prize being Nendoroid Jumbo Hatsune Miku. Not exactly festive, but the B prize fixes that with the Nendoroid Hatsune Miku Santa Ver. The C prizes feature the Kagamine twins with Miku dressed in the Append outfits as a complete set. The D prize is a Hachune Miku cushion. Not exactly something I want to wake up to. The E prize is an assortment of clear files and a calendar set. For the F prize sees all the Vocaloid characters as various cute keychains. Finally, the G prize is a special set of Graphig figures of the twins, Miku, and Meiko. There's even more on top of that but it is no surprise that Good Smile is going all out especially with the Vocaloid series.
It'll just be a few days until we get the official word from Good Smile, but who here is groaning even more now that the first set has been leaked?
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