GSC staff Gaku posted some photos of apparently work-in-progress version of Nendoroid Petit Tainaka Ritsu, which is included in the Nendoroid Petit K-ON! Set. Yep, as you can see in the photo above, Ritsu’s face has not been drawn, not to mention plain color on her clothing and drum set. One more photo after the break. ^^
Well, in case you were not living in a cave for a month, you should have known that Nendoroid Hatsune Miku is re-issued along with her compatriot, Nendoroid Megurine Luka. If you have pre-ordered them last month, then your wait is over now, as both of them has been officially (re)released yesterday. Yep, some figure/figurine stores in Japan have been spotted displaying the new stocks of Miku and Luka. Yours should be arriving soon … logically. ^^
GSC staff Gaku posted a photo of the December-bound Nendoroid Petit BRS packaging on his tweet. Since it comes bundled with the limited edition of BRS DVD and Blu-ray, the box looks somewhat special compared to other Petit boxes. For you who want to take another look on Petit BRS, there is one more photo after the break. ^^
Note: I have been busy lately so I haven’t got the chance to update this blog recently. Sorry about that, Nendonesians! ^^
So you can’t have enough Petit Nanoha yet? Well, here’s another Puchi-fied Nanoha and Fate to join your moe army of Nanoha. Yep, some retailers have started taking pre-orders for Nendoroid Petit Nanoha and Fate (Last Scene version). As you’ve probably known, these Petits are made to recreate the final scene from Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha – The Movie 1st.
This Petit Nanoha set is priced at 1800 Yen and scheduled to release on late February 2011. Visit the official page if you want to know more about it. ^^
The Eternally Young Scarlet Moon, Remilia Scarlet, has also made her way to Path of Nendoroid, and here is her review! 😀
Review for Nendoroid number 105: Sakuya Izayoi
GSC staff Mikatan has just posted some photos of the upcoming Nendoroid Petit from Tantei Opera Milky Holmes. Yep, for those who missed the regular sized Sharo for whatever reason, now you can get her in Petit form, along with all her friends: Elly, Cordelia, and Nero. By the way, their hat can be taken off, so you can have them with and without their respective hats. ^^
The bad news is … each of them is going to be bundled separately with vol.2, 3, 4, and 5 of the anime DVD/Blu-ray package. Here’s the listing:
- Nendoroid Petit Sharo (Anime version) will be released with vol.2 on February 25, 2011.
- Nendoroid Petit Elly (Anime version) will be released with vol.3 on March 16, 2011.
- Nendoroid Petit Cordelia (Anime version) will be released with vol.4 on April 29, 2011.
- Nendoroid Petit Nero (Anime version) will be released with vol.5 on May 27, 2011.
See more photos at Mikatan’s blog (or Engrish version here) and prepare to save up your money if you’re planning to grab them – no pricing info has been announced yet, but it should be there soon. ^^;
Note: This article is part of a series focusing on Nendoroid maintenance. This time, it’s about Nendoroid storage.
As your size of Nendoroid collection grow larger, a new problem arise: storage. How do you store them? Keeping them inside their respective boxes or putting them inside your drawer or lining them up in a display case? Well, in this article, I will discuss some of my fellow collectors’ method of storing their Nendoroids.