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Itasha Miniature Car Collection (Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Strikers)

By Phat Boy on August 25, 2009

For my first official review for anime.collectiondx.com I would like to do something a little different. Instead of getting into the fine details of the anime in which these vehicles represent, I would like to give you a little background on these radical machines.

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Noriko Takaya

By VZMK2 on June 08, 2009

Bome is a Japanese sculptor who is well known in the anime girl figure scene. Originally making garage kits, he now works with Kaiyodo who was then even given his own line called the “Monsieur Bome Collection” which includes figures from various anime, video games and even original characters. Vol.18 in the series is Noriko Takaya, the main heroine from the late 80’s OVA Aim For The Top! Gunbuster by the well known anime studio Gainax. On the back of the card (Bome’s figures come on cards and not boxes like other anime figurines) reads this blurb in English.

Haruhi Suzumiya Bunny Ver.

By VZMK2 on May 13, 2009

Haruhi Suzumiya is the first revoltech release by Kaiyodo from the hugely popular anime "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya" (which was derived from novels and even had two different manga adaptations). Actually, the first Haruhi figure they did would be the one the Haruhi Suzumiya figure in winter school uniform but that was an exclusive that came with the Haruhi dancing game for the Nintendo Wii. This figure is under Kayodo’s Revoltech Fraulein (German for “young lady) line of articulated female character figures.

Karen Onodera Swimsuit Ver.

By VZMK2 on May 11, 2009

This figure is of Karen Onodera. She is the shy, timid character that’s prone to passing out from the 2003 anime Please Twins! This figure represents her in the episodes where the characters go to the beach. The figure here was release by Good Smile Company in 2005.

Len Kagamine

By CHOGOKINpantiesDX on March 02, 2009

Len Kagamine is the companion release to Rin Kagamine for the Nendoroid line (Super Deformed style) by Good Smile. Who's Len Kagamine? Why he's the mirror image of Rin Kagamine. Rin/Len Kagamine is a character used in the Character Vocal series software program. I got my Len from AnimeExport. Thanks guys.

Rin Kagamine

By CHOGOKINpantiesDX on March 02, 2009

Rin Kagamine is one of the newer releases in the Nendoroid line (Super Deformed style) by Good Smile. Who's Rin Kagamine? I was wondering that too. Rin Kagamine is a character used in the Character Vocal series software program. Rin comes from AnimeExport.

Haruka Amami

By JoshB on June 24, 2008

People think of the Fraulein line as a female figure line, but what the Fraulein series really is is a modular fetish action figure system.

MMS Type Fighter Asuka

By JoshB on June 18, 2008

MMS Type Fighter Asuka comes from Wave 8 of Konami's popular Busou Shinki action figure line. MMS stands for Multi Movable System, and is a body style created by Masaki Apsy that is used with other toys in addition to Busou Shinki.

Yotsuba

By JoshB on November 07, 2007

Who is that little green haired girl that manages to sneak into the shots of the Japanese uber otaku reviews? Why, it’s none other than Yotsuba! Once only available has a hard to find static figure, Kaiyodo brings us the Revoltech 2G Yotsuba, available from HobbyLink Japan.
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