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@Alphakitty27: That's like saying "the suits in Witchblade represent EMPOWERMENTTTT IT IS OKAY I WATCH IT FOR THE PLOT"
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@Alphakitty27: Ah yes, I remember when I hit puberty and a suit molested me and I fed it blood and everyone oogled my tits
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@Alphakitty27: Literally want to kill whoever made this http://t.co/7gl2YWgWCf Oh no the sexy suits represent PUBERTY I AM GONNA TEAR MY HAIR OUT
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@Sir_Narwhal: That horrible moment a box of presents for someone shows up and they're all fakes upon further inspection ;A;
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Posted by Leah Bayer on February 23, 2013 | No Comments
This is not the first time Sega has taken on Disney properties to give up cute prize figures, but this is certainly the most they’ve announced at once! We’ve got seven new prizes today, though only one of them is big. There will be two smaller sets, named the ‘Chibikko Disney Pixar Collection.’ The first, set for a July release, features Lightning McQueen, Buzz Lightyear, and one of the Aliens from Toy Story.
Set 2 has Nemo, Mater and Woody with a less creepy face than what we usually see. But what I am most interested in is the Jack Skellington prize, featuring him hanging out in Halloween Town. Jack Skellington was my first childhood crush and The Nightmare Before Christmas remains one of my favorite movies, so of course I have to own this! It’s set for a September release, and all of these prizes should be going up soon.
Posted by Stephen Donaldson on October 18, 2012 | No Comments
Square-Enix always brings a whole ton of figures and other nick nacks to conventions and New York Comic Con was no different. We’ve already shown you seven different sets of Play Arts figures from Final Fantasy to Mass Effect with a little of everything in between including Cowboy Bebop, but that’s not all that was on hand. Dante and Vergil from the Devil May Cry series were there yet again and also on sale a few weeks early this time around. Lupo from the Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City game made an appearance and will be available in January of next year, which I’m quite surprised about as it seems like the game itself didn’t fare all too well.
Riku and Sora were also on hand once again in their Tron: Legacy outfits from Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance and are looking a little more refined here (despite being unpainted still, unlike the versions we saw at Tokyo Game Show) along with their vast array of keyblades that they will come with. Last, but certainly not least, is the relatively recent announcement of the hero from Starship Troopers: Invasion who looks pretty interesting and unique and even has a bit of a ThreeA feel to him. Plushes and other fare were also par for the course at their booth and were yet again a fan favorite, so head on over to the gallery and check out everything they had on hand!
Posted by Stephen Donaldson on April 27, 2012 | 2 Comments
Today seems to be the day of unexpected Nendoroids. First, a Nendoroid of Soniko was announced, and now, out of left field, comes Spider-Man, swinging in to my facial expression of, “huh…?” Spider-man here is looking quite chunky in his body sculpt, arms, and legs, but his iconic mask is here in all of its glory, and it’s safe to assume that web-slinging action will come at a later time. It seems like a logical step for this to happen as Good Smile Company has worked with Disney before, and now that Disney owns Marvel it opens up a wide variety of new figures, but I just never expected them to start with Spidey. So far there’s no word on a price or a release date, but I’d expect Peter Parker (or potentially Miles Morales, no one knows yet) to swing into retail shops in December at the earliest, but if Mickey Mouse was any precedent, it could be upwards of a year.
[via HMV_Anime's Twitter]
Posted by Leah Bayer on April 1, 2012 | 7 Comments
Kotobukiya recently started up a Movie Bishoujo line, and while we’ve had a few announcements for it so far (and one release) it’s been going quite slowly. However, it seems like we’re going to be getting some new additions soon: Disney Princesses! While this is ridiculously amazing news it’s not entirely unexpected, considering who owns Marvel now. There’s no art so far, but we know which girls will be getting figures first: Ariel and Belle! I can’t wait to see Shunya Yamashita’s take on these classic characters, especially Ariel: let’s hope they use clear PVC pretty liberally for her. So what Princesses would you like to see in the line? Let us know in the comments!
[via Kotobukiya's Facebook]
Posted by Leah Bayer on March 19, 2012 | No Comments
After a totally massive batch of loot in January, February was kind of a cool-down period for us as we brace for what I can only imagine will be a wallet-breaking March order. There were also a ton of delays in February, while not a lot of January stuff got pushed back, so all in all it was definitely on the smaller side for us. But of course that doesn’t mean it wasn’t full of awesome goodies! So hit the jump to check out what we got in the shortest month of the year.
Posted by Leah Bayer on March 2, 2012 | 6 Comments
While you’d expect the weeks after Wonder Festival to be packed with figures that popped up at the event, it seems like once again the companies are keeping their new goodies for a later date. Instead, though, we got some wonderful figures from the recent magazine scans!
We’ve got several beach girls set for a nice summery release, a gorgeous demon, a strange Nendoroid, plenty of NSFW figures, and a butt-kicking demon summoner! Hit the jump to check them all out.
Posted by Leah Bayer on November 18, 2011 | 4 Comments
Another week of figure orders has come and gone! This was a rather unusual week, as it’s missing entries from two of the biggest names in the figure business–Alter and Kotobukiya! Neither put anything up for order this week, which is odd indeed because usually we see both of them. To make up for it the Good Smile Company umbrella went into overdrive, putting out a whopping 7 figures in total!
The theme of this week seemed to be expensive figures that no one can afford–there were 4 figures that hit the ¥10,000 and above mark, with one of them nearing ¥30,000! When I see prices like that, all I can think is “I could buy a limited DD head for that much money!” But to balance it out we had some extremely cheap releases, both new and old, that were under ¥4,000. So basically there’s something for everyone–except, of course, if you only collect figures from Alter and/or Kotobukiya!
Posted by Leah Bayer on October 28, 2011 | 2 Comments
The week after magazine scans go up, the pre-order list is usually full of figures that were shown off in them. October’s scans were no exception, and this week we saw quite a few painted figures that were shown off go up for order! There were also a few surprises, as there always are, like some excellent re-releases and a rather odd alternate color.
This week seemed to be ruled by Vocaloids and Strike Witches, with 3 figures from each a piece. There were also two girls from the Shining series, but it seems like we always get a few of them! Surprisingly absent was Touhou Project: I’m used to Griffon putting up at least one figure a week, but this time we got none! We also got figures from ToHeart2, Nyanpire, and a few American titles, so hit the jump to check them all out!
Posted by Stephen Donaldson on September 22, 2011 | No Comments
Well, it seems like Kaiyodo realized just how popular their Disney and Pixar line is and is continuing it as seen in this pictures that I stumbled upon on Myfigurecollection. Following in the footsteps of Woody and Buzz from Toy Story and Mike and Sully from Monsters Inc. are Mr. Incredible, Wall-E, Nemo, and Lightning McQueen.
It’s great to see Mr. Incredible get some more attention as it seems like The Incredibles is one of Pixar’s most overlooked films and his Revoltech rendition is looking great. Wall-E has to be my personal favorite just because I love the movie and his character so much and he’ll most certainly be joining my collection. Nemo is everyone’s favorite and since he’s not so detailed he comes with a little diorama of coral as well. Last, but not least is Lightning McQueen from Cars, which is the lone Pixar movie (outside of its sequel) that I’ve yet to see.
If you’re looking to add a little bit of Disney magic to your collection, all of these should be up for order soon and will be available in January of next year.