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:

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Orange Colored Nendoroid More Stands Pop Up for WonFes

Nendoroid More: Clip Stand (Orange)

Nendoroid More stands have been released just a few weeks ago, and now GSC are adding a new color option to the mix: ORANGE.

More fun ways to display your Nendoroids!
These new clip stands bring Nendoroid fans a brand new way of displaying their favorite characters! The clip can be easily attached to the frame of your cabinet or the edge of your laptop, allowing you to display your Nendoroids in places you never even considered using before!

The arm attached to the clip is articulated, allowing you to move it in any direction so that you can place the Nendoroids exactly where you want them! Each stand comes with joints for both Nendoroids and Nendoroid Petites, so you can display any of your favorite characters from either series!

This product was developed by this year’s new employees at Good Smile Company. They have also been running a blog testing the development up until this point, which can be found here: http://ameblo.jp/blog-shinsotsu2012/

Both of these Nendoroid More stands will be priced at 500 Yen each and there will be only 500 pcs available at GSC’s Winter WonFes 2013 booth.

Nendoroid More: Suction Stand (Orange)

More fun ways to display your Nendoroids!
These new clip stands bring Nendoroid fans a brand new way of displaying their favorite characters! Simply stick the suction cup onto a window or wall, and you can display your Nendoroids in places you never even considered using before!

The arm attached to the suction cup is articulated, allowing you to move it in any direction so that you can place the Nendoroids exactly where you want them! Each stand comes with joints for both Nendoroids and Nendoroid Petites, so you can display any of your favorite characters from either series!

This product was developed by this year’s new employees at Good Smile Company. They have also been running a blog testing the development up until this point, which can be found here: http://ameblo.jp/blog-shinsotsu2012/

A little note regarding the Nendoroid More is also written in the page. It basically reminds us that the Nendoroid More series is only designed to work with Nendoroids (or Nendoroid Petites) that have a tabbed stand that connects to a hole in the back of the figure, thus it will not support Nendoroids that make use of other stand types.

via GSC (link #1, link #2)

Nendoroid Snow Miku: Strawberry White Kimono version is Announced Officially

Nendoroid Snow Miku: Strawberry White Kimono version

Yep, Nendoroid Snow Miku: Strawberry White Kimono version finally gets a proper official announcement by GSC – although the official pics are not new for us.

Snow Miku is visiting again this Winter, this time in a white kimono!
Designs for the 2013 Snow Miku were submitted by fans to the piapro website and then a winner was chosen by viewers during a NicoNico Live Broadcast. The winning entry was an illustration of Snow Miku with a slightly more mature air, wearing a beautiful white kimono – which has now been transformed into a Nendoroid!

Her cotton veil can be removed, and she comes with two different hair styles to choose from when it is removed – you can display her with either her trademark twintails, or instead with her hair tied up. Sitting parts are also included for a more relaxed pose, and she also comes a number of items for a snowy day, including an umbrella, a toothpick and a snow bunny.

The snow lady is priced at 4000 Yen and scheduled for February (available at WHL4U 17 booth at WonFes and several other venues) and June for pre-order from Good Smile Online Shop.

Details regarding the availability can be read in the official product page.

Well, are you going to get this cute and lovely lady, Nendonesian? ^^

via GSC

Which Nendoroid are the most exciting for you from Summer WonFes 2012?

Photo collage of Nendoroid seen in Summer WonFes 2012

Photo collage of Nendoroid seen in Summer WonFes 2012

Well, we have already gone past the exciting (or depressing XD) Summer Wonder Festival 2012 last Sunday. Some of you (and us) might be facing a dilemma: “This Nendoroid looks awesome, but that one looks cuter!” or something like that.

So, with that in mind, we are curious to know which Nendoroid(s) caught your interest the most. We have created a simple poll for you to fill, Nendonesian. XD

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Nendoroid Snow Miku: Fluffy Coat version’s Release Schedule is Updated

Nendoroid Snow Miku: Fluffy Coat version

Nendoroid Snow Miku: Fluffy Coat version

The web pre-order version of Nendoroid Snow Miku: Fluffy Coat version was postponed to a undetermined timeframe previously, but thankfully, GSC has posted a little update about it.

Well, the Nendoroid is now re-scheduled to late August 2012 release. An arguably vague timeframe indeed, but they promised to keep the customer informed when their Snow Miku is ready to ship.

While you are waiting, let me give you a mix-match idea: XD

Touwa Erio wearing the fluffy coat set

Touwa Erio wearing the fluffy coat set

Well, what do you think about the news, Nendonesian? Have you been eagerly waiting for the snow fairy? ^^

(Thanks for the news tip, Rosyid Amirullah!)

via GSC

Unannounced Nendoroid from Winter WonFes 2012

WHL4U 15 info booth

WHL4U 15 info booth

Winter WonFes 2012 – or in GSC’s term: Wonderful Hobby Life for You! 15 (WHL4U 15) – which was held on February this year, has left us with some Nendoroid that were not announced yet. Yep, no follow-up pics, no updates, and nothing at all were posted after the event.

Well, in preparation for the upcoming Summer WonFes 2012 a.k.a WHL4U 16, let’s take a look back on those unfortunate Nendoroids, shall we? XD

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