Yokai are supernatural monsters in Japanese folklore and have been often used as motifs in films and comics. Shodoshima Yokai Project held a competition for Yokai-themed original sculptures, and displayed the winners at this summer's Wonder Festival. Check the super-detailed Yokais after the jump.
The second part of our photo feature for Wonder Festival 2013 Summer, which was held at Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture on July 28, covers the newest product from popular figure companies including ALTER, Kotobukiya, and Sega Prize. Check the latest Japanese character figures after the jump!
As in the past, one of the most crowded corporate booths in this summer's Wonder Festival was Good Smile Company and Max Factory's joint booth. In addition to the 1/1 scale Titan head replica from Attack on Titan, their displays and latest products attracted so many visitors. Check the photo report after the jump!
This summer's Wonder Festival was held at Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture on today July 28. One of the most popular character display was a 1/1 scale Titan head replica from Attack on Titan, which was built in the entrance of Good Smile Company and Max Factory's joint booth. Check the photo report after the jump!
Toymunkey Studios showed off some unpainted prototypes from their Silent Hill line at San Diego Comic-Con, and now we have a look at one of the debut releases with an especially horrifying coat of color. Peek through the closet at Pyramid Head after the jump!
From what I have seen, the most featured character in the dealers room of Wonder Festival 2012 Summer was still the virtual Vocaloid idol Hatsune Miku. More than a hundred amateur figure makers displayed their own version of Miku on the tables. Find your favorite Miku after the jump!
Following the first section which featured Good Smile Company and Max Factory, the second part of the Wonder Festival photo report introduces more interesting products by other popular scale kit/figure companies including Kotobukiya and ALTER. Check the photos after the jump!
Wonder Festival, commonly called "Wonfes", is the largest garage kit event in Japan. This summer's Wonfes was held at Makuhari Messe, a convention center located in Chiba-city, Chiba Prefecture, today on July 29. Check the first part of the photo report featuring Good Smile Company and Max Factory after the jump!
The Wonder Festvial model and hobby show in Chiba, Japan may have wrapped last weekend (you read our reports, didn't you?), but cool information and pictures are still popping up with delightful regularity. For instance, take this gallery of pics of Tiger & Bunny cosplayers taken by Kotaku Japan at Wonder Fest. Images after the jump!
From Wonder Festival 2011 Summer comes two more iterations of Black★Rock Shooter figures. Pictures and details below.
One of the two most featured character/series in Wonder Festival 2011 Summer must be Hatsune Miku (another one is Madoka Magica). Compared with the Miku's, I could see a very small amount of the other VOCALOID characters items. In this third section, I post nothing but only Hatsune Miku-related kits/items I found in the event. The pictures after the jump!
Here's the second part of the Wonder Festival 2011 Summer report. In this section, I post the photos of the kits produced by the independent dealers from all over the Japan. Enjoy the variety of the kits which include Yotsuba, Evangelion, Five Star Stories, and Godzilla! Pics after the jump.
Wonder Festival, or WonFes for short, is the largest garage kits event in Japan. "The largest in Japan" probably means the largest in the world. The sculptors, kit builders, kit painters and garage kit makers, all those who are proud of their skill, gather for this bi-annual event from all over Japan. Check out the photos directly from Japan after the jump.