"Girls Und Panzer" Miho Nishizumi Can Swap Uniform For That Notorious Ankou Suit

When fans had a look at it, many noted that they weren't quite convinced that it was so entirely innocent looking

FREEing, who you might remember from their Bunny Girl figures based on Infinite Stratos and such, like their figures a bit big and a bit risque. Next up is a 1/4 scale doll of Girls Und Panzer protagonist Miho Nishizumi that can swap a school uniform for an ankou/angler fish suit. Available now to order with Good Smile Company distributing, when fans had a look at it, many noted that they weren't quite convinced that it was so entirely innocent looking. 

 

Miho Nishizumi: School Uniform & Ankou Suit Ver.

Miho Nishizumi in her school uniform or dressed up for the Ankou dance - all in 1/4th scale!

From the popular anime series 'Girls und Panzer' comes a 1/4th scale figure of the Ankou Team's commander - Miho Nishizumi! She also comes with both her Oarai Girls High School uniform as well as the Ankou (Anglerfish) suit from the series both made from real fabric which can be switched around whenever you wish, and special interchangeable parts are also included to create poses that suit each of the outfits!

In addition, the figure itself is wearing the swimsuit that was seen in the OVA, which means you can enjoy Miho in her school uniform, Ankou suit or swimsuit all with a single figure! Be sure to display her with the upcoming 'Yukari Akiyama: School Uniform & Ankou Suit Ver.' to recreate the two of them doing the Ankou dance together!

Product Details

Product Name
   Miho Nishizumi: School Uniform & Ankou Suit Ver.
Series
   Girls und Panzer
Manufacturer
   FREEing
Category
   1/4th Scale
Price
   ¥21,111 (Before Tax)
Release Date
   2016/10
Specifications
   Painted 1/4th scale PVC product with stand included. Approximately 330mm in height.
Sculptor
   FREEing
Released by
   FREEing
Distributed by
   Good Smile Company
Painting Assistance
   PINPOINT
Dress Up Outfits
   School Uniform and Ankou (Anglerfish) Suit

 


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Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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