Orange Rouge, a recently-launched male character figure brand by Good Smile Company and Max Factory, has added a 100mm tall Nendoroid figure of Toru Oikawa from the TV anime series based on Haruichi Furudate's volleyball-themed manga Haikyu!!. Check the details after the jump.
It's apparently the week for real figures based on April Fools' jokes. Good Smile Company is offering the following apology "we wish to apologize to our users for lying (about lying), as once again an April Fools joke has managed to be released as an actual product. We hope you're not too confused." Meaning, you can soon dress your Nendoroids in loincloths!
Good Smile Company is releasing a Nendoroid toy of Kirby, the star of numerous video games by Nintendo and HAL Laboratory. Hit the jump to check it out.
Good Smile Company is releasing another Nendoroid figure for everyone's favorite Hyrulean hero, and this time it features Link in his The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D iteration. Hit the jump to check it out.
Good Smile Company is getting ready to release a Nendoroid version of the Mikudayo spin-off character dressed as the Sapporo-themed Snow Miku. Hit the jump to realize that winter is coming.
Good Smile Company is releasing a new set of Nendoroid Petit figures featuring the girls from Love Live! School Idol Project in their outfits for the "Angelic Angel" song from the Love Live! The School Idol Movie theatrical film. Hit the jump to check them out.
Everyone's favorite Japan-loving English exchange student is getting her own Nendoroid, because Good Smile Company is releasing a new toy of Alice Cartelet from Kinmoza!. Hit the jump to check it out.
At this weekend's Wonder Festival figures event, Good Smile Company's Wonderful Hobby Life for You booth had dozens of super derformed Nendoroid figures to display from The Joker to Captain America to KanColle to TouKen Ranbu Online. Get a look at the full offering after the jump.
There's always a bunch of cool new figures to gawk at during WonderFest, and the 2015 event was no different. One of the figures spotted in the wild was a Nendoroid Mega Man. There's currently no release window, but you can see him along with some similarly delightful debuts after the jump.