Well, what do you think, Nendonesian? ^^
Someone has made a Nendoroid Petit rendetion of Kuroneko’s little sister. Yes, she is an unnamed character from Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai, which was seen on a few episodes in the anime (episode 9, for instance). Whoa … they even made her plushie doll! ^^
More pics of her and another customized Nendoroid Ayase can be seen after the break.
One of the hottest news today is about Nendoroid Kousaka Kirino who is getting a re-issue. Yep, you might have noticed that GSC was short in supply and they could not even meet the pre-order demand when they released Kiririn-shi back then on February. Thus, the adorable imouto‘s pricing was getting a boost into 5000-6000 Yen at several online retailers and auction sites. Well, now GSC has given you a second chance to grab her on late July. Do not miss it, Kiririn’s fans! ^^
Meanwhile, Nendoroid Haru-chan and Nendoroid Kyon: Disappearance version has been officially released in Japan as of today. It means that we have to complete the payment for our pre-order of either (or both) of them and then wait patiently for them to arrive on our desk. ^^
Note: I was supposed to post a review of Nendoroid Dead Master, but I can no longer hold the urge to write a review on this cute Nendoroid, so I decided to put this review up first. I apologize for the confusion. ^^;
Yay! The Nendoroid rendetion of popular tsundere imouto Kousaka Kirino is finally here for review session! Nendoroid Kousaka Kirino was released at the end of last month. You have gotten her? Good, because since then, she has become increasingly difficult to find in the market. I guess GSC’s production capacity simply could not meet the demand of Nendoroid fans for the cute little sister. ^^;
In any case, go past the break to get into the review of Nendoroid Kousaka Kirino. ^^
Fans of Kiririn, rejoice! Nendoroid Kousaka Kirino from Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai has been released in Japan as of today. Yes, the Nendoroid version of the tsundere imouto are already on sale at several retail stores in Japan.
Some Japanese folks has already unboxed the pack and played with this cute Nendoroid. Twitter starts to be flooded by some pics from Kiririn and Nendoroid fans as well.
Well, for us who have pre-ordered Nendoroid Kousaka Kirino, I guess our bills would be (if not already) sent to our email address. Complete up the payment and wait for the cute tsundere to be delivered right to our desk. ^^
Now … let’s look forward Nendoroid Kuroneko to complete our OreImo Nendoroid. ^^
The popular tsundere Nendoroid Kousaka Kirino from Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai has finally had her packaging revealed. Mikatan wasted no time to quickly snatch her up for some preview photo session. Kindly visit Mikatan’s blog for an adorable gallery of Kiririn as well as some cross-exchange with Nendoroid Snow Miku: Snow Playtime Edition and Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: Absolute HMO Edition. ^^
Via Mikatan’s blog
A few hours ago, GSC president Takanori Aki tweeted a photo of both Nendoroid Kousaka Kirino and Nendoroid Kuroneko displayed at the Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai Festival. Well, let’s analyze this photo a bit. ^^
Kuroneko-chan seems to hold something in her hand; is that a DVD case as Kirino’s? Apparently she is also standing on a special mat as stand base – will it be included in the package? … and the last thing is her availability info. The slated release date is rather vague: 2011 (spring?), but she has already gotten a price tag: 3500 Yen.
Are you thinking of getting Kuroneko-chan too, Nendonesian? Have you secured a pre-order for Kiririn-chan? ^^
UPDATE: One more pic (frontal view) after the break.
UPDATE 2: Takanori Aki has just tweeted that they will start accepting pre-orders for Nendoroid Kuroneko this month and it will be announced in Mikatan’s blog. Unfortunately … the mat stand base is NOT included in the package. Tweet after the break.
UPDATE 3: It looks like Nendoroid Kousaka Kirino‘s release date has been pushed back from February 2011 to April 2011. Photo after the break. (Thanks, Yakumo! ^^)