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@GeekeryDo: @mikeyturvey I agree with you. I stopped reading them because I got tired of it, though @Sir_Narwhal is correct that it's normal for comics.
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@GeekeryDo: @Sir_Narwhal @mikeyturvey yeh but that's just one arc and it's easy to read it all since, as you said, it's been put together like that.
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Posted by Leah Bayer on December 11, 2011 | 6 Comments
Sometimes the figure world confuses me. Gift is a small company, and they produce mainly plushes with maybe 4 scaled figures per a year, and that’s being a bit generous. They tend to focus on the Saber-variations and larger-scaled girls, so I was a bit baffled when I saw Gift’s name attached to the game Eiyuu*Senki, produced by Tenco, which isn’t coming out until March! It seems like an uber-cutesy version of Fate/Stay Night, and apparently Gift has already signed on to produce a figure of King Arthur. No, not Saber, this is a very different (and very girlie!) version of Arturia. It’s also hinted that this is the first figure from the game, so maybe Gift plans on making more of the cast members? Either way, I do like the art-style and the designs from it, so hopefully these turn out well!