Bishoujo home decor maker Curtain Damashi, anime stamp maker Itaindou and the self Anishuga Anime x Sweets have joined forces to celebrate Oreimo weddings. Fans can choose from Kirino or Kuroneko curtains, stamp sets or cakes. Get a look after the jump.
Orca Toys has revealed their companion to their previously presented mizugi (swimsuit) figure of Oreimo's Kuroneko. The 1/7th scale, 15.5cm figure scheduled to be released in May for 10,000yen. While this one certainly makes an impression, she pales next to Griffon Enterprises' 1/2.5 scale 70cm catgirl swimsuit "superfigure." Scheduled for April, she's available in 38,880yen regular version and 41,904yen "soft bust" edition.
In time to order at the end of summer, but not shipping until December, Good Smile Company is now taking orders for a 1/8th scale Oreimo Kirino Kousaka yukata festival dress figure. The figure by FREEing is set to be paired with a forthcoming Kuroneko figure. Get a look after the jump.
Art book Hiro Kanzaki Artwork Collections Cute hits Japan today collecting art by the Oreimo light novel illustrator covering the first six light novels plus doujinshi and other works created up to until 2007, plus a special novella. What's really tantalizing fans about this book is that there's a follow-up planned for 2015, featuring "After Story." Get a look after the jump.
This weekend Aniplex of America announced that pre-orders for Kabukimonogatari (the second arc of Monogatari season 2) and Oreimo 2 open on June 9th ahead of an August release. Get the details after the jump.
Lately, it seems like Kuroneko is pulling ahead in the Oreimo girl arms race. The latest is another swimsuit figure, and this time Chara-ani is peeping into the locker room with a pool-version swimsuit figure. The figure, catching Ms Gokou changing from her school uniform, is coming in August, with the 19cm figure going for 8,000yen. Get a look after the jump.