Good Smile Company's WonHobby booth at Wonder Festival was packed with goodies from several of their affiliated companies. I took the liberty of highlighting a few figures that interested me, but no mere mortal could hope to truly take in all the Good Smile sights.
There were a slew of figmas (many new and unpainted), Nendoroids, and Phat Company's own super-deformed style poseables. I particularly liked Phat Company's Aigis and Nozomi Hoshino figures.
As for PVC figures, I was most excited to see Max Factory's Lineage II Dark Elf in color. Her facial expression looks a bit weird to me, but the rest of her is fantastic. Max Factory's Kamael, also from Lineage II, showed up unpainted but is looking great already.
FREEing presented a bunch of characters that I don't know much about. There were four girls from Border Break (all lying down), and the very busty Marie Mamiya from Starless (an H-game).
Good Smile Company had a lot of their own stuff to show off, of course. I dug Vivid Red Operation's Akane on her flying scooter thing, and was floored by the "Shinkai Shoujo" Hatsune Miku figure. That is one Miku I'd have absolutely no bones about owning. Aside from those two, Nisemonogatari's Tsukihi Araragi caught my eye. It looks like another winning Monogatari figure from Good Smile.
Check out the gallery for many more highlights, and hit up the source link for an even bigger gallery. Good Smile Company has a lot going on for WonFes!
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