I have to admit that it is kinda rare to see a custom Nendoroid from Girls und Panzer, but it seems that there are someone who does precisely that. Yep, instead of the official Nendoroid Nishizumi Miho who wears her school uniform, this one will have her wear her jacket.
Mahou Tsukai no Yoru‘s Nendoroid Alice Kuonji is the third Nendoroid with the name ‘Alice’ that is scheduled for release this year, after the one from Touhou Project and Momoiro Taisen Pairon. Will we see more Alices on the upcoming WonFes? XD
The witch of Shiroinu hill, in the town of Misaki.
From the visual novel game ‘Mahoutsukai no Yoru’ comes a Nendoroid of the young witch that lives in hiding, Alice Kuonji!
She comes with a number of expressions including her standard relaxed expression, an embarrassed expression and a chibi face that comes from the ‘bonus corner’ found in the game. She also comes with sitting parts and a artistic moon stand that she can sit on. Her little blue bird familiar, ‘Robin’, is also included along with the ‘Diddle Diddle’ bell. Be sure to display her together with the previously released Aoko Aozaki and recreate your favorite scenes from the game!
Previously, I mistakenly mention that Alice will only bring two expressions, but it has been proved otherwise, as pointed by a reader. Sorry about that! XD
Anyway, Nendoroid Alice Kuonji is scheduled for June 2013 release and priced at 3800 Yen.
Nendoroid Nishizumi Miho from the series GIRLS und PANZER finally appears in full-colored prototype and she has already undergone Mikatan’s preview treatment.
She will bring along her headphone, a binocular, as well as a rideable tank’s turret and gun. However, the trade-off is that she only gets two expressions: normal/smiling and shouting face.
A companion 1/35 model kit tank will be available courtesy of PLATZ, and obviously, Miho can ride on the tank as well.
More info (and pics) of this Nendoroid can be found on Mikatan’s blog. Oh, and she will be available for pre-order starting on January 29th.
via Mikatan’s blog
The recently aired anime Girls und Panzer will also get a Nendoroid (or more) of its own, as the design of Nendoroid Nishizumi Miho is tweeted by a GSC employee.
Yep, it seems that GSC will collaborate with PLATZ to release a 1/35 scale tank to accompany the Nendoroid, similar to GSC’s partnership with Hasegawa for Nendoroid Kyouno Madoka.
What do you think, Nendonesian? ^^
(Thanks for the news tip, Zaken Salomo)