*phew* I guess this post title is the longest one I have ever written in Nendonesia. XD
Anyway, GSC has
dropped the bomb announced their exclusive products for Summer WonFes 2013. The first one is the lovely Nendoroid Nyaruko: Maid version from Haiyore! Nyaruko-san W which is currently on air in Japan.
“Earth’s entertainment is the best in the universe!”
From the second season of the anime sure to bring your SAN points down, ‘Haiyore! Nyaruko-san W’ comes a figure of Nyaruko herself dressed in an adorable maid outfit! She has her hair tied up in little balls together with cute twin tails, altogether creating an adorable appearance!
Nyaruko comes with three different expressions including a winking expression, an excited expression as well as a smiling expression. She also comes with a variety of optional parts including a ‘Nightgaunt Drink’ on a tray, a ‘Kurogane no Striver’ Blu-ray boxset, heart effect parts to let Nyaruko show her never-ending love and even a Nendoroid sized version of the mysterious Manta-kun! The crawling chaos is ready to serve all the fans!
For us who cannot attend the event, no worries there, because she will also be available for pre-order at Good Smile Online Shop starting from July 28. The Nendoroid will cost 3500 Yen and scheduled for November release.
Another WonFes, another IDOLM@STER Petite set pops up! Yep, Nendoroid Petite: IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls – Ranko, Uzuki and Mika + Live Stage Set will be one of GSC’s exclusive products for the upcoming Summer WonFes.
Another ‘LIVE Battle’ in Nendoroid Petite size!
From the popular social game ‘IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls’ comes a set of Nendoroid petites including Ranko Kanzaki, Uzuki Shimamura and Mika Jougasaki each in their S-Rare+ outfits! They are all dressed up and ready to perform in their stage outfits – a LIVE Battle at this Summer’s Wonder Festival!
Similar to the maid Nyaruko, this Petite set will also be available at Good Smile Online Shop from July 28. The Petite set is priced 4500 Yen and scheduled for November release.
Well, what do you think, Nendonesian?