Figure maker Good Smile Company are co-sponsoring Chiba's Red Bull Air Race on the weekend of May 16th. The event features pilots navigating through a 3D slalom course composed of 20-meter-high pylons (air gates) at a top speed of 370 kph, and to hype the action, they've worked with Hiraoki Matsuura Yukio Nishimoto and Sanzigen to produce a mecha promo.
What began as an April Fools Day prank in 2013 has become a terrifying reality as Good Smile Company prepares to unleash a cherry-blossom themed "Sakura Mikudayo" Nendoroid on the unsuspecting public. Hit the jump to learn more.
The search for the 2016 "Snow Miku" has begun with a contest sponsored by Piapro and Good Smile Company. The winner's design will become the official Hatsune Miku spin-off character for the 2016 Sapporo Snow Festival in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Hit the jump to learn more.
Hatsune Miku and Good Smile Company are off to the races again, this time for the 2015 Super GT Series. Hit the jump to learn more.
To celebrate the third season of Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life, Good Smile Company is releasing a pair of limited edition "Easy Version" Nendoroids featuring the principal cast. His the jump to learn more.
Following Laala Manaka introduced last month, Good Smile Company today started accepting pre-orders for the second "Nendoroid Co-de" figures, Mirei Minami from the popular TV anime series PriPara. Penguin Parade has also listed its new acrylic key holders featuring the anime's three main girls. Check the details of the products after the jump.
Good Smile Company's official online shop today started accepting pre-orders for the first products from its newly launched brand "Nendoroid Co-de," Laala Manaka from the popular TV anime series PriPara. Check the details of the new Nendoroid after the jump.
At last weekend's Winter Wonder Festival, Good Smile Company previewed an upcoming figure adapting an illustration of Saber Alter from Fate/stay night follow-up Fate/hollow ataraxia by Ryohei "Huke" Fuke (Metal Gear Solid, Black Rock Shooter, Steins;Gate). While details on release plans haven't been revealed, GSC has posted a comparison to the illustration. Get a look after the jump.
Yes, that is a preview image for a Nendoroid Marth right there. That's not all, though--hit the jump to check out some of Good Smile Company's upcoming figures from Infinite Stratos, Dragons Crown, The Legend of Zelda, and... Star Wars?
On a netcast today, Good Smile Company previewed a selection of figure, the pre-orders for which will be launching soon. In the eyes of many fans, the highlight was a poseable figma of Kill La Kill's Satsuki. The figure, with alternate shout and smiling expressions, paper background students, Bakuzan-Gako, Bakuzan-Kouryu and matching part of Ryoko's scissor sword, goes on sale next week for 6,500 yen. Get a look after the jump.
Levi is quite effective against Titans, but how is he against Destroyers? It was Attack on Titan versus Kancolle as Good Smile Company's official Kahotan Blog explored GSC's top figures of 2014. Check out the results after the jump.
Broadly speaking, Wonder Festival is to figures what Comiket is to doujinshi. While there are plenty of garage kits and customs, familiar figures makers also bring their goodies. With the event coming up February 8th at Makuhari Messe, in Chiba, Japan, Good Smile Company has previewed their semi-event exclusive figures, offered at WonFes, online during the event, and in some cases at other events.