Toy's Works doesn't pump out the large scale PVC figures, but they had a few items that I personally liked. Much of the display was devoted to their small-scale trading figures, but they did have some larger scale products.
There were several figures hailing from A Certain Scientific Railgun and A Certain Magical Index. Most of these were trading figures, but you can see a larger scale Kuroko Shirai prototype.
Moving on we have some Accel World figures, including some very gorgeous looking Kuroyukihime scale figures. Her design does tend to lead to some great sculpts!
Sword Art Online got some love with an Asuna scale figure as well as some smaller chibi-style ones. OreImo and Nichijou both had their own lineups, with OreImo set to add a swimsuit Kuroneko and one more of Kirino enjoying a dakimakura a little too much.
I'll finish on a quick rundown of some of the larger figures: Akane from Vividred Operation (brushing her teeth), Kunou and Rias from Highschool DXD (both painted), Asuka and Ikaruga from Senran Kagura (I like these, sue me), and Shioriko Shinokawa from Biblia Koshodou no Jiken Techou. That last one is way out of left field; it's a mystery novel series that's being adapted into a live action drama. But clearly, a figure must be made!
Miyazawa Model Exhibition Spring 2014: A little donut-loving Nendoroid vampire
11:00 PM on 04.08.2014
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