ドキドキで壊れそう1000％LOVE! I had this post in draft form for the past four months but the five-day Easter weekend finally forced me to finish it. Woo, just in time for the second anime season! I had my eyes set on these Uta no Prince-sama Nendoroid Petite figures as soon as their production was first announced at the Winter Wonfes early last year. Alas, I was in much despair when I found out they are exclusive to Animate stores in Japan. 絶望したわ (;*´Д`)ﾉ In search of a solution, I went to MyFigureCollection.net but was hesitant to order from the secondary distributors suggested in item discussions. Thankfully, a kind MFC user organised a group order and I was one of the lucky select few to be included. Phew, やっと手に入れた! Read on for a brief review where I did a mini photo shoot with some UtaPri bromide cards that I had handy.
Phew, it’s been a while since my last blog post. Thankfully, my website is still functional after I tweaked the theme in various places. I must set aside some time to complete the revamp. さてと, let’s move onto the main topic of this long overdue post which is, incidentally, rubber straps again! I couldn’t stop myself from buying these Uta no Prince-sama straps even though most of my Hetalia ones are still sitting in their boxes. And it doesn’t help when Uta no Prince-sama is the only fandom that I’ve been obsessed with for the past couple of months. Bishies and ‘eargasmic’ music is a lethal combination. Well, I’ve only got myself to blame, and maybe Kotobukiya for constantly churning out irresistibly cute products. Alright, without further ado, here are Nanami Haruka and her potential in-game love interests!
Currently revamping site. おたのしみに！
Ten middle schoolers who play physics-defying tennis were turned into cute two-inch tall figures as part of a One Coin Grande Figure Collection from Kotobukiya. I found out about these Prince of Tennis figures when I came across the designs by Sakurai, the illustrator who designs the cute rubber straps from Kotobukiya. The character lineup and the level of ‘adorable’ was what convinced me to click the preorder button on AmiAmi. I had to wait six months for these figures but the quality is definitely worth it. They will be re-released in July so grab them now or decide for yourself after my mini review.