Another nendoroid in my wish list. Think this will take a loooong time for me to acquire. Reimu Hakurei from Touhou Project
(Source: Good Smile)
Yotsuba Koiwai is trying her best to do the Caramelldansen!
Here’s another Neon Genesis Evangelion companion of the Fraulein Revoltech. Say hi to Asuka Langley, a Kaiyodo Revoltech released on the first of March last month. Got it a few weeks later.
Another item in my wish list. Available after July 2008.
This is Miles (a.k.a Tails) from Sonic the Hedgehog series and my favourite character. My friends has been insisting me why I always call him Miles when his name is widely known as Tails. Little do they know his original name is Miles Prower but later changed to Tails due to company interest.
Quote from the wikipedia:
Tails was originally intended to be a tanuki, a strikingly raccoon-like canid native to east Asia, and extremely popular in Japanese folklore. The designers decided to change him to a fox, however, to avoid possible comparisons with another popular game character. His entry won, but Sonic Team decided to change his character’s name from “Miles” to “Tails”. Yamaguchi ended up with a compromise. He sneaked the name “Miles” in as his legal name; “Tails” would be his nickname, ending up with the full name of Miles “Tails” Prower.
A Japan trip will never be complete without some anime shopping. While weight was not an issue when I brought these goodies back, the available space on the baggage was total exhausted. With so much stuff to bring home, I was so desperate to seek every single inch I could salvage from any hand carry or main luggage.
1. Netrunmon’s Firefox-ko with little Thunderbird-ko plushie
2. Aries (or Aerith) of Final Fantasy: Advent Children
3. The annoying Kon from Bleach. A better plushie than the ones sold at Manifest.
4. The forever-hungry-Windows-OS, XP-tan
I love Revoltech toys and has been eyeing this Rei for some time now. Only recently released on to the shelf (1st January 2008), I guess I’m the one of the few to bring it back to the Australian shores. Muahaha. I bought this from the only anime shop that I noticed in Teramachi Street and from there I realised how cheap they were compared to the prices the locals charged in Australia. Pricks.
Pictures look a little grainy and I apologise. I’m still a newbie to the new Nikon camera and am still learning the way of the DSLR. No more spoon feeding when it comes to focusing.
It vibrates, it makes noise and it is a disturbing flurry Santa head.
They will no longer remember Santa as a friendly and full of Christmas warmth person that visits your home when you are asleep. We will no longer remember Santa as a kid-loving fat chap that gives presents to all the kids in the world. Thanks to Big-W, we now remember Santa as a deranged mad person exerting himself to escape his cage and lay his terror amongst us.
Today is a wish list listing day :p
The next wish list item is the adorable-cockroaches-whacking-android, Hoi Hoi-san. Originated from a manga, there’s a 10 minute short OVA anime that introduces Hoi Hoi-san and her competitor’s product Combat-san, outwitting each other in their line of business, that is whacking creepy crawlies late at night. Like the peeps out there said in the review, “She’s adorable, but creepy”. See more pics | See Summary
One of my wish list: Me-tan from the Troubled Windows Family. Found this on US eBay and it’s a ridiculous-overkill-SOB *pardon my French* ripoff of 70 smackeroos (not including postage which burn another 20). See The Ebay Item -_-