8 posts tagged wonder festival
Mega Drive Megatron ⊟
He’s Megatron, and he’s a Mega Drive.
Mega Drive Megatron.
Thanks to @feitclub (and other awed toy/game fans) for pointing this out! We don’t have release details yet, so now we all have to go on with our lives knowing that this exists and we can’t have it. Do you feel that new Mega Drive Megatron-shaped void opening up in your heart?
[Update: Game Watch mentions that the figure will release in Japan this summer. Thanks for the link, Eduardo!]
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Six new figures in the Pikachu Ippai (A Lot of Pikachus) Collection, shown off at the Wonder Festival. That sleepy Pikachu is the best, except for the yelling Pikachu and all the other ones.
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Fire Emblem, Animal Crossing figures on the way
Spotted at this weekend’s Wonder Festival show at Japan was this 1/8-scale figure of Fire Emblem: Awakening's hex-happy Tharja, which will be produced by Max Factory.
Max Factory also has a “Marth” Figma figure in the works, and GSC showed off this Nendoroid for Animal Crossing: New Leaf's secretary Shizue.
Gargamel had these incredible little guys available at Wonder Festival. I could be wrong, but I’m pretty sure they were non-licensed show-exclusives. If you find out otherwise, please let me know!
More photos, including non-painted versions available on Gargamel’s blog.
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Guest post by Adam Robezzoli
Wonder Festival 2010 (Winter Edition), one of Japan’s biggest shows dedicated entirely to garage kits, just wrapped up, and naturally there are pics of awesome game-related models and figures coming from every which way. So here’s my “best of the bunch” thus far, such as…
Check out these totally boss Zero and X figures:
Chun-Li (Pocket Fighter style) and Mega Man “garage kit” models, to be shown at the Winter Wonder Festival in Japan on Feb. 7. Another Wonder Festival, another cool Mega Man! Although I don’t get the pose. I highly doubt he was designed to sit on a cup and wave his gun around. Actually, I don’t think I’ve seen Mega Man sit on anything, ever.
These two are part of a roundup of Wonder Festival figures on Tomopop. As usual, most of the figures are anime girls in various states of embarrassing you when someone walks in and sees your screen.
Mega Man model by Dimension Diver, shown during this year’s Wonder Festival. It’s kind of reminiscent of the Mega Man Zero art style, but still a fairly unique representation of Mega Man. It’s available through Tokyo Hunter for 7,000 yen, though I think the site may not be taking orders for it anymore.
Here’s Roll, which sells for 8,000 yen:
Mega Man looks so panicked! It’s the left hand.
Finally, a super awesome Samus Aran from the same group: