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  • <p><a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/summer-wonfest-2017-figmas/attachment/wf2017sfigmasheader" rel="attachment wp-att-82183"></a></p> <p>Every year I feel like figmas at Wonder Festival just kind of try to outdo the previous Wonder Festival’s weirdness and randomness and this year is no exception. While we’ve got our standards here like a new Racing Miku and a new Miku variation from V4X and the female main character from <em>Pokemon Sun and Moon</em> that we already showed you, Li from <em>Cardcaptor Sakura</em>, Nero from <em>Fate/EXTELLA</em>, Kaiba from <em>Yu-Gi-Oh!</em>, Kaban from <em>Kemono Friends</em>, a handful of new <em>Kantai Collection</em> additions, and some more <em>Little Armory</em> additions, the rest seem to be a bit all over the place. Between the <em>Dark Souls III</em> figma and Kasumi from <em>Dead or Alive</em>, we’ve got some great video game additions that are less expected. Then we’ve also got the amazing announcement of a Tony Taka’s <em>PANDORA</em> figma, which should be great!</p> <p>Now in unexpected land we’ve got Arashi from <em>Game Center Arashi</em>, figma Kurogo, who just appears to be a random ninja, Goro Inogashira from <em>Kodoku No Gurume</em>, who just looks like a random middle aged Japanese guy in a suit, the wrestler Masahiro Chono, two figmas from <em>Arms Note</em>, and last, but not least, completely out of left field, a character from the 1977 movie <em>Village of Eight Gravestones</em>. Then the art line is being continued with Yuurei-zu and Nike and we’re also getting a figma of higma, the traditional bear carving. Check them all out in the gallery below!</p> <p>[via <a href="http://whl4u.jp/wh26/gallery/en/#/" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'http://whl4u.jp/wh26/gallery/en/#/', 'the Wonderful Hobby Life For You site']);" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">the Wonderful Hobby Life For You site</a>, <a href="https://twitter.com/masspromodel/status/891494491466616832" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'https://twitter.com/masspromodel/status/891494491466616832', 'masspromodel’s Twitter']);" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">masspromodel’s Twitter</a>]</p>

    Summer WonFest 2017: figmas

    Every year I feel like figmas at Wonder Festival just kind of try to outdo the previous Wonder Festival’s weirdness and randomness and this year is no exception. While we’ve got our standards here like a new Racing Miku and a new Miku variation from V4X and the female main character from Pokemon Sun and Moon that we already showed you, Li from Cardcaptor Sakura, Nero from Fate/EXTELLA, Kaiba from Yu-Gi-Oh!, Kaban from Kemono Friends, a handful of new Kantai Collection additions, and some more Little Armory additions, the rest seem to be a bit all over the place. Between the Dark Souls III figma and Kasumi from Dead or Alive, we’ve got some great video game additions that are less expected. Then we’ve also got the amazing announcement of a Tony Taka’s PANDORA figma, which should be great!

    Now in unexpected land we’ve got Arashi from Game Center Arashi, figma Kurogo, who just appears to be a random ninja, Goro Inogashira from Kodoku No Gurume, who just looks like a random middle aged Japanese guy in a suit, the wrestler Masahiro Chono, two figmas from Arms Note, and last, but not least, completely out of left field, a character from the 1977 movie Village of Eight Gravestones. Then the art line is being continued with Yuurei-zu and Nike and we’re also getting a figma of higma, the traditional bear carving. Check them all out in the gallery below!

    [via the Wonderful Hobby Life For You site, masspromodel’s Twitter]

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  • <p><a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/summer-wonfest-2016-figmas/attachment/wf2016sfigmasheader" rel="attachment wp-att-77183"></a></p> <p>Well we’ve already showed you <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/summer-wonfest-2016-good-smile-company-co-x-kancolle" target="_blank">the KanColle figmas</a>, <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/summer-wonfest-2016-the-legend-of-zelda-nendoroid-and-figmas" target="_blank">the new Link and Zelda</a>, <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/summer-wonfest-2016-persona-figmas" target="_blank">the <em>Persona 5</em> figmas</a>, <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/summer-wonfest-2016-bloodborne-figma" target="_blank">the <em>Bloodborne</em> figma</a>, and <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/summer-wonfest-2016-li-syaoran-nendoroid-and-figma" target="_blank">Li</a>, but that’s not all that was on hand at WonFest! In things we already knew about land there’s the Kaiba figma, Dark Magician Girl’s figma, Leafa, the new Samus from <em>Metroid Prime 3</em>, Gravity Crow and Gravity Kitten from <em>Gravity Daze 2</em>, the protagonist from <em>Persona 3</em>, Fuchiko (who now has five color variations), R. Tanaka Ichirou from <em>Kyuukyoku Choujin R</em>, Conan from <em>Mirai Shounen Conan</em>, Kogure Kenzou from <em>Seibu Keisatsu</em>, and Majima Goro from <em>Ryuu ga Gotoku.</em></p> <p>So what was actually new to the show then? Well we’ve got two figures from <em>My Hero Academia</em> with both Midoriya and Bakugou, who both look awesome, female Corrin from <em>Fire Emblem: Fates</em>, Guyver III, Ulala from <em>Space Channel 5</em>, Klaus von Reinherz from <em>Kekkai Sensen</em>, Mumei from <em>Kabaneri</em>, and Ononoki Yotsugi from the Monogatari series. Then we’ve got a few oddities with Asato Miyo and Rikka Shiina from <em>Little Armory</em> and then Nipako that are being made by Tomytec, and three new art additions by FREEing: The Mona Lisa, Scream, and The Actor.</p> <p>Personally I’m most excited for the <em>My Hero Academia</em> figmas and the super odd art additions, but what are you looking forward to? Let us know in the comments!</p> <p>[via <a href="http://whl4u.jp/wh24/gallery/#/" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'http://whl4u.jp/wh24/gallery/#/', 'the Wonderful Hobby Life For You site']);" target="_blank">the Wonderful Hobby Life For You site</a> and <a href="https://twitter.com/toysking2016/status/757053356971929600" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'https://twitter.com/toysking2016/status/757053356971929600', 'toysking2016’s Twitter']);" target="_blank">toysking2016’s Twitter</a>]</p>

    Summer WonFest 2016: figmas

    Well we’ve already showed you the KanColle figmas, the new Link and Zelda, the Persona 5 figmas, the Bloodborne figma, and Li, but that’s not all that was on hand at WonFest! In things we already knew about land there’s the Kaiba figma, Dark Magician Girl’s figma, Leafa, the new Samus from Metroid Prime 3, Gravity Crow and Gravity Kitten from Gravity Daze 2, the protagonist from Persona 3, Fuchiko (who now has five color variations), R. Tanaka Ichirou from Kyuukyoku Choujin R, Conan from Mirai Shounen Conan, Kogure Kenzou from Seibu Keisatsu, and Majima Goro from Ryuu ga Gotoku.

    So what was actually new to the show then? Well we’ve got two figures from My Hero Academia with both Midoriya and Bakugou, who both look awesome, female Corrin from Fire Emblem: Fates, Guyver III, Ulala from Space Channel 5, Klaus von Reinherz from Kekkai Sensen, Mumei from Kabaneri, and Ononoki Yotsugi from the Monogatari series. Then we’ve got a few oddities with Asato Miyo and Rikka Shiina from Little Armory and then Nipako that are being made by Tomytec, and three new art additions by FREEing: The Mona Lisa, Scream, and The Actor.

    Personally I’m most excited for the My Hero Academia figmas and the super odd art additions, but what are you looking forward to? Let us know in the comments!

    [via the Wonderful Hobby Life For You site and toysking2016’s Twitter]

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  • <p><a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/?attachment_id=34821" rel="attachment wp-att-34821"></a></p> <p>At MegaHobby, we saw Kotobukiya’s brand new <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/megahobby-expo-autumn-2012-kotobukiyas-joey-wheeler" target="_blank">Joey Wheeler</a>. He appeared with a new version of their <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/pvc-pre-order-roundup-513517" target="_blank">Seto Kaiba</a>, who unsurprisingly is already going up for order! This is much more like the original art, and while it’s “just” a resculpt you actually display him from a totally new angle which is pretty nifty. He’ll retail for ¥7,800 with a March release, and is exclusive to Kotobukiya’s shop though he should shop up in the US like the <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/kotobukiyas-yami-yugi-duels-again" target="_blank">Duel of Fates Yugi</a>!</p> <p>[via <a href="http://www.kotobukiya.co.jp/kotobukiyashop/img/8480_ad.htm" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'http://www.kotobukiya.co.jp/kotobukiyashop/img/8480_ad.htm', 'Kotobukiya']);" target="_blank">Kotobukiya</a>]</p>

    Kotobukiya’s Seto Kaiba Comes Back For More

    At MegaHobby, we saw Kotobukiya’s brand new Joey Wheeler. He appeared with a new version of their Seto Kaiba, who unsurprisingly is already going up for order! This is much more like the original art, and while it’s “just” a resculpt you actually display him from a totally new angle which is pretty nifty. He’ll retail for ¥7,800 with a March release, and is exclusive to Kotobukiya’s shop though he should shop up in the US like the Duel of Fates Yugi!

    [via Kotobukiya]

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