Nitro+ music mascot Super Sonco recently turned 10 years old, and maybe she's starting to show her age (in the accelerated pop culture years). This weekend, at the Wonder Festival figure event (for the occasion, they figure that Sonico has inspired 138 figure releases), Super Sonico was cosplayed by "celebrity" Mika Kano, who posed as the character with a Lexus LC hybrid car itasha.
Super Sonico was previously revealed as a playable character for Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash, and her DLC now officially available in Japan. You can see her in action in the somewhat NSFW video after the jump, along with a peek at the Japanese weapon set and new costumes that are also among the new DLC options.
Last Season, she was Konosuba's Megumin. This season, Super Sonico is getting her fantasy on again, cosplaying as Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? goddess Hestia. Timed for the new Sword Oratoria spin-off anime, and continuing the celebration of the 10th anniversary of her debut, a new collaboration visual has been previewed. Check it out after the jump.
Bandai's Armor Girls Project (AGP) figure line, features designs by Mika Akitaka and Hajime Katoki. It initially recast giant robots from series like Gundam as girls with detachable armor, then built armors around girls from series like Infinite Stratos or accentuating the accessories on ones from series like KanColle. Lately, they've been stretching the definitions further. There was Saber. And now, there's Suber Sonico!
Nitroplus held a launch live stream for Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash this week, taking the opportunity to reveal some DLC. It looks like someone told Super Sonico about the water gun party, because the Nitroplus mascot will be getting in on the action as a playable character.
Continuing the celebration of the 10th anniversary of Super Sonico's introduction, the Nitro+ mascot has teamed up with Konosuba 2 for a crossover tapestry. Of course, the busty, slightly timid musician/idol gets cast as the petite, overconfident archmage Megumin. Original character designer Tsuji Santa provides the art of Soni-gumin's giant toad encounter, with B2 sized item for 3,000yen ahead of a March 23 release.
Super Sonico celebrated the 10th anniversary of her debut in October 2016, THE IDOLMASTER CINDERELLA GIRLS celebrated the 5th anniversary of its debut in November, 2016, the Saekanoight novels celebrate the 5th anniversary of their debut in July, 2017. Also, Takanori Nishikawa has been celebrating the 20th history of his T.M.Revolution career. Revealed last weekend at Wonder Festival's Winter Edition, these will be celebrated in a series of HOT LIMIT Ver. figures, inspired by TMR's meme-famous music video.
Super Sonico made her debut as Nitroplus' mascot/image girl in 2016. As part of her 10th anniversary project, Good Smile Company is set to release a 1/6 scale Super Sonico Wedding Version painted figure in January 2018. Its two special "Mariage Box" sets come with two wedding rings for you and Sonico. Hit the jump for more details.
Nitroplus has released a teaser video featuring Super Sonico in the mysterious wedding dress revealed last October in commemoration of the game company mascot’s 10th Anniversary. Sonico is credited as writing “Kamu Kamu Wedding” which is described as the musician imagining married life as she takes her first steps toward adulthood. Get a look after the jump.
2016 was Super Sonico's 10th anniversary, and the year brought such embarrassments as her summer Comiket 91 urinal promotion. Well, it's Christmas, and the bashful idol has been put in some rather lewd attire for the occasion. For a limited time, fans can download the pic in smartphone and PC dimensions from Nitro+'s character page. Get a look after the jump.
First, there was Nitro+ music mascot Super Sonico, who is celebrating her 10th anniversary in 2016. Then character designer Tsuji Santa introduced her zaftig buddy Super Pochaco. Last fall, they were joined by Super Taruko, who is described as a bit more dour and delusional. Now, Taruko has joined Sonico and Pochaco in merch.