The incredibly cute Kizuna Ai Nendoroid was officially unveiled by Good Smile Company last Friday and of course this means that since then, it has been available for pre-order from various stores, including Good Smile Company’s GOODSMILE ONLINE SHOP.
Today Wonder Festival 2018 [Winter] took place in Japan and, as Kizuna Ai had promised earlier this week, a coloured version of her reacently announced Nendoroid figure was unveiled. However, there was other big news for Kizuna Ai fans. As I suspected, a figma figure of Kizuna Ai in the works! As you can see from the image above, which I got from the Good Smile Company’s YouTube Channel, Max Factory only had a little cardboard cutout stand-in to show, but I’m already excited! And as if that wasn’t enough, a 1/7th scale figure of Kizuna Ai, by Tokyo Otaku Mode x Stronger, was also announced.
Well, now I know not to nominate Kizuna Ai for the figma figure survey that the Good Smile Company is currently holding, but who should I nominate instead? There’s not much time left to decide… Anyway, that’s all for now. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!😊
Just a few hours ago, Kizuna Ai, the Japanese “virtual” YouTuber, announced that a Nendoroid figure of herself is in development. She only had images of an uncoloured prototype to show, but she did say a coloured prototype would be unveiled at the Good Smile Company’s booth at Wonder Festival 2018 [Winter] on the 18th of February, which is only about a week away!
First of all, I don’t play Overwatch but I do like the designs for a few of the female characters in it, so when I saw this Nendoroid of the very popular Tracer today, it certainly caught my eye. She looks pretty darn cute, doesn’t she? As I’ve probaly mentioned before, I’m not really a collector of the Nendoroid range, but I’m continually amazed at the variety of properties that have be turned into Nendoroids. For example, there will soon be a Nendoroid of Kylo Ren from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But I’m still hanging out for a Nendoroid of Jill Valentine from Resident Evil. Come on, Good Smile Company, don’t let me down!😆
Nendoroid Tracer: Classic Skin Edition will be available in August this year and will retail for ¥4,537. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!
Time for another Miss Moe Dimension! This character is another who I think many people will know, if only by name: Jill Valentine, one of two playable characters in the very first Resident Evil (which is known as Biohazard in its native Japan). As far as I’m aware, Jill has never officially appeared in a swimsuit, so the bikini she’s wearing is my creation; its inspired by Jill’s police uniform.