Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai’s Expressions and Optional Parts are Revealed on Danny Choo’s AX 2012 Panel Session

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai's preview

Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai’s preview

With the Summer WonFes just around the corner and there are so many unannounced products (we will get into this in another post XD), it seems that the hype for an exciting new product line-ups, including Nendoroid, is just higher than ever.

Well, Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai, the mascot of Culture Japan, is one of the most anticipated Nendoroid to get featured at the WonFes. So, it is only natural that Danny Choo (owner of Culture Japan) is trying to build the hype even more by frequently teasing us with pics lately – which I also love to see. ^^

… and he posted another teaser during his panel session at Anime Expo 2012 (AX 2012).

The extra faceplates, optional parts, and accessories

The extra faceplates, optional parts, and accessories

Danny-san shared a few tidbits about the upcoming Nendoroid version of Suenaga Mirai which is due to release sometime on Winter 2012. If you look at the pic above, it surely looks like Mirai-chan will come packed with stuff. XD

Three faceplates (two of them from the Moekana card game), the ride-able Itasha, a Japanese flag, her little robot friend, as well as a deck of Nendoroid-sized Moekana cards are being shown on the slide. Whoa … ^^

Now I cannot wait to see how the final product will look like later … and while we’re at it, will Haruka and Kanata follow Mirai to the Nendoroid realm as well? ^^

(Thanks for the news tip, Kendric Koh!)

via fotaku blog

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3 comments on “Nendoroid Suenaga Mirai’s Expressions and Optional Parts are Revealed on Danny Choo’s AX 2012 Panel Session

  1. nendokidoki says:

    Awesome extras! Can’t wait to see the final model and get my pre-order in!

  2. roo-kun says:

    definitely buy… XD

  3. ArtoNym says:

    probably gonna cost too much if it has the Itasha as accessory (why not make it optional, Danny Choo)

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