What Toys Are Up To: Misaka's Adventures

6:00 PM on 06.15.2011 // Colette Bennett

A series of really outstanding photos of the Mikoto Misaka figma from Aru Majutsu no Index popped up this week on a Japanese collector's personal blog, and we were really impressed with what we saw. I love any sort of shots that make a toy look as if it's in a real life setting.

You can also see some adorable doll photos in the gallery from Holoblog, stunning images of the newest Rin Tohsaka figure from Fate Stay Night (and we encourage you to check out the full review, too) from Tentacle Armada, and the usual hilarious pictures from the Hobby Search blog. Those photosets have me convinced they have entirely too much fun over at the Hobby Search offices ...playing with toys all day. I want to do that too! Oh, wait...

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