Nendoroid Kuronuma Sawako
Nendoroid Kuronuma Sawako has been available for pre-order starting yesterday, but we haven’t seen any of her preview, have we? Apparently, Phat! Company has already had her for a quick preview session at their official blog.
Well then, simply go directly to the blog to view more pics (and probably more info) of the Nendoroid rendetion of Kimi ni Todoke‘s main heroines. ^^
Via Phat! Company‘s blog
Rejoice, Sora no Otoshimono fans! GSC has just made Nendoroid Ikaros officially available for pre-order starting today. Three faceplates, three type of wings, Ikaros’ Apollon, and removable shoulder armor are what you will get in the package along with Nendoroid Ikaros herself. Apparently, Nendoroid Ikaros is scheduled for October release with a price tag of 3500 Yen. ^^
So you need something to convince yourself whether to grab her or not? Simply see Mikatan’s preview of this adorable Nendoroid, or just visit the product page of Nendoroid Ikaros at GSC’s official site. ^^
Nendoroid Usagi Miku
We have had several modification of Nendoroid Hatsune Miku previously, from Miku Ranger to Butterfly Miku, and now we have another custom delight of this legendary Nendoroid. ^^
As the name suggests, Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: Rabbit version (or Usagi Miku) features Miku wearing a rabbit costume, which should remind you of Nendoroid Saber Lion. Well, yes, apparently Usagi Miku is made based on Saber Lion’s costume. ^^
Well then, enjoy the gallery of the super cute Miku pics, Nendonesian. ^^
Instruction manual for Nendoroid Petit B.G.M Festival vol.0
Apparently, the packaging of Nendoroid Petit B.G.M Festival vol. 0 and Nendoroid Petit Katanagatari Set do not include the instruction manuals which are usually packed along with the figures/figurines. Well, GSC has just posted an apology about that errors as well as the digital (scanned?) version of the manuals, so that you can print it out yourself if necessary. ^^
Instruction manual for Nendoroid Petit Katanagatari Set
For you who aren’t familiar with the instruction manual … well, it usually consists of parts listing and possibly some quick assembly guide. This guide is –in my opinion– quite useful for newbie Nendoroid collectors, especially those who purchased Nendoroid (or Petit) for the first time. ^^
Well then, what is your thought, Nendonesian? Do you think the instruction manual is important or is it not necessary at all?
Note: Click on the above pics of instruction manuals to see larger version. ^^
Nendoroid BRS: bootleg (left) vs genuine (right)
I guess some of you may have seen the bootleg version of Nendonesia’s Best Nendoroid in 2010 – Nendoroid Black Rock Shooter. Either way, GSC has put a bootleg-vs-genuine article of Nendoroid BRS to help you recognize which one is bootleg and which one is not.
Well then, kindly go visit the page to view the pics (and read the info, if you understand Japanese). ^^
Design of Nendoroid Mikadzuki Yozora and Kashiwazaki Sena
Mikatan has just posted an article about the anime adaptation of a popular novel series in Japan titled Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai (a.k.a Wa ga nai). Yep, the heroines of this series would also get a Nendoroid rendetion in the form of Nendoroid Mikadzuki Yozora and Nendoroid Kashiwazaki Sena. Sadly, no further info is revealed regarding their availability. ^^
Anyway, visit Mikatan’s blog to dig more info, or go directly to the official site if you understand Japanese. ^^
Via Mikatan’s blog
Banner for Nendoroid Gumako pre-order availability
So you have been waiting for the availability of Nendoroid Gumako: Support version‘s overseas pre-order? Well, your wait is finally over, Nendonesian, as GSC has just started taking pre-orders for this adorable Nendoroid at their online shop.
Here’s some stuff for you to consider before deciding to submit your pre-order:
- For each sale made, Good Smile Company will be donating 1000JPY to the Japan Red Cross Society.
- The images above are of a figure still in development, and the final product may differ slightly.
- Products will be made-to-order.
- Delivery will be in late October 2011.
- You can choose payment either Credit card or sending money to PAYPAL account.
- Your credit card will be charged on order, and not when the product is sent.
- Shipping will be charged at 2000JPY to all countries.
- You may be charged additional fees such as import tax when buying from overseas. Please be aware of this before ordering.
- Payment will be in Japanese Yen.
- Please mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. English only please.
Note that the pre-order period starts from today, May 25 at 11:00 (JST) up to June 17 at 20:00 (JST).
Well then, what are you waiting for? Head to the shop and secure your pre-order ASAP, Nendonesian! ^^
Via Good Smile Online Shop