Jointly with Ultra Super Pictures, Japanese figure manufacture Good Smile Company set up a huge booth at the AnimeJapan 2016, featuring the 10th anniversary section of the company's popular deformed figure brand Nendoroid. Check their collection after the jump!
Don't look now, but Good Smile Company is preparing to release a chibi-sized, Nendoroid version of everyone's favorite bubbly blonde gyaru with a heart of gold: Galko, from the Please Tell Me! Galko-chan manga and TV anime. Hit the jump to gyarurun.
Good Smile Company is gearing up to release a set of collectible "Petite Nendoroid" trading figures featuring Crypton Future Media's virtual idol Hatsune Miku and the rest of her Vocaloid friends. Hit the jump to learn more.
Good Smile Company is tuning up for the release of a Nendoroid toy of Cyan, the guitar-strumming cat girl protagonist from Sanrio's Show by Rock!! TV anime and smart phone game. Hit the jump to learn more.
Good Smile Company and Max Factory's collaboration deformed male character figure brand Orange Rouge today starts accepting pre-orders for trading figures of the six Matsuno brothers from the ongoing Osomatsu-san/Mr. Osomatsu TV anime for a July 2016 release. Check the product photos after the jump.
Last February, Good Smile Company previewed their prototype for a 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). This February she's ready as orders open for Wonderful Hobby Selection page goes black for the launch of pre-orders for the Saber Alter: huke Collaboration Package.
The Winter Wonder Festival 2016 event has come and gone, and Japanese media site Gigazine was on-site to check out the prototype of the iDoll x Nendoroid Hatsune Miku "communications robot" that was on display there. Hit the jump to catch glimpse of the virtual idol toy in action.
If you're a fan of Nendoroids and the Good Smile Company's adorable little figures, you're going to want to snap these up. These Red and Green figures, (or technically Ash and Gary if you're more familiar with the Pokémon TV series in the US), are coming this July. Hit the jump for more!