Wave uses Dream Tech for Madoka Magica swimsuit figures

8:00 AM on 10.27.2012 // Jonathan Tubbs
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Mami and Homura to be releases as 1/8-scale swimsuit figures.

Though Wave Corporation makes its money through the vast 1/10-scale Beach Queens series, the company also has another line of PVC figures that they'll occasionally release. The 1/8-scale Dream Tech series brings more than swimsuit figures to Wave's portfolio and that series will now be covering the popular Puella Magi Madoka Magica.

The Dream Tech series will be adding Homura and Mami in... oh. Swimsuits. Well, the Dream Tech line does typically have ladies not in swimsuits but it also does have some. Such as this case. Based on the garage kits by Cherry Blossom, Wave Corporation will be bringing two of these kits into mass produced PVC figures. When they'll bring them is unknown but Wave wanted to announce these as soon as possible. And will Wave also produce the figure of Kyouko shown on Cherry Blossom's web page? We'll just have to wait and see.

[via Wave Development Department Blog]

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