Mikatan Posts Teasers for Winter WonFes 2013

Nendoroid Snow Miku: Strawberry White Kimono version

Winter WonFes 2013 will be held on Sunday, February 10th – that’s the sane day as Chinese New Year celebration!

It is less than 48 hours, so as usual, Mikatan teases us with some misaligned photos of the upcoming Nendoroids that should be displayed during the event.

Well then, without further ado, here are the pics:

Nendoroid Chariot

Nendoroid Chariot

Nendoroid Sheryl Nome

Nendoroid Natsume Rin

Nendoroid Shizue

Nendoroid Monokuma

Nendoroid Senjougahara Hitagi

Nendoroid Ren + Darth Wooser

Nendoroid Hasegawa Kobato

I also saw a few Vocaloid Petites there, but I am not sure whether they are an entirely new version or simply a re-run of the original.

Well then, which one are you anticipating, Nendonesian? Personally, I am eagerly waiting for that legendary magical girl (hint: Clow Cards). XD

(Thanks for the news tip, Allgroassai!)

via Mikatan’s blog

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7 comments on “Mikatan Posts Teasers for Winter WonFes 2013

  1. ney says:

    I’m waiting for Flonne and Etna nedo… OH WAIT !

  2. BunnyBelle says:

    I’m thinking those nendoroids underneath Shizue could be Lynn Minmay and Sharon Apple? I mean that pose, skirt, and hair style look like Minmay’s design from “Do you remember love?” and the other looks vaguely like Sharon’s dress from the “Idol Talk” part of her concert in Macross Plus.

    I hope its them anyway XD i’d really like to buy those two

  3. TakoTalk says:

    I’m looking forward to Rin and Kobato. I also want to see how Senjougahara and Ren turn out!

    Also, I’m thinking that the Vocaloid petites could be the Project Mirai versions of the characters…because the 3DS bundle came with a Nendo Petite version of Miku.

  4. Robyn says:

    Not cardcaptor Sakura! Ahh! I am so excited for that.

  5. Jess says:

    They should totally make a yotsuba nendoroid

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