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At WonderCon 2013, Kotobukiya showcased their Spring Preview line which included previous announcements from New York Toy Fair and a couple of new announcements exclusive for WonderCon. I am especially loving the new “Cu-poche” line, which has similarities to the Nendoroid line but features a More >
Linkin Park is getting the honors of becoming the first band to ever get immortalized as Nendoroids, or in this case mini Nendoroids.
All six members are highly detailed to look like mini versions of themselves, ready to rock out. The set comes with six figures (Joe Hahn, Chester Bennington, Mike More >
Kotobukiya, well known for a combination of releases that include the Marvel and DC Bishoujo statues (Western super heroines with Eastern animation designs to create sexy and beautiful figures), Model kits, and other East- and West-inspired statues and figures that collectors love.
At Comic-Con More >
At many of the major conventions I’ve been to, I always find myself in a huge line going to buy model kits, statues or action figures. And at the same time I also like seeing what figures will be released in the near future. The main two booths I visited were Square Enix and Blue Fin. There is More >
Comic-Con is the Mecca of all things nerdy. Anything you look for chances are you will find it at Comic-Con. How you’re going to spend your money is another different story. This year walking the floor I saw Star Wars, Star Trek, Dr. Who, and a vast amount of figures from TV shows, Movies and More >
Hey guys, San Diego Comic-Con is here and man is it nuts. There’s so much craziness, and we’re going to be reporting and covering the event just for you guys. So while we will be doing as much as we can and waiting in line with everyone else, enjoy the gallery-filled craziness away from the More >
California is the place to be during the months of June and July. It started early as Fanime in San Jose came and passed during Memorial Day weekend. After that is E3 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, which happens next week starting June 5, 2012. After E3 is AM2 in Anaheim. After AM2 is Anime More >
Hideo Kojima released Zone of the Enders (Anubis) back in 2001, which sold very well. The demo of Metal Gear Solid 2 probably helped out a bit, but the game was met with pretty good success especially in the US, which led Konami and Kojima to release a sequel that blew the first one out of the More >
I am a huge collector of anime, video game figures and statues to the point where I have my own showcase in my room. There are also a few companies I will always buy from that include Good Smile, Kotobukiya, Figma, and Square Enix Play Arts line.
I loved the Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts Play More >
Oh yes, it’s time for another figure statue review. This time it’s the muscular and sexy Risty (or Listy) from Queen’s Blade. From MegaHouse, this figure is based on Jun Tsukasa’s art design (original Risty art created by Eiwa). The design differs from the anime, since in this one, she is More >