This time I will be looking at Alter’s take on Kazuno from Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon (Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere).
The purge has been moving slower than I had hoped, but one of the early victims was this nude resin rendition of Ryomou Shimei from Ikki Tousen.
(This post contains artistic nudity. Reader discretion is advised.)
I’m running out of shelf space for new figures, which necessitates some fundamental changes to my collection strategy. Read on if you’re interested.
With 2015 now in the books, I’d like to take a moment and do my usual rundown of budget analysis and trends therein.
Well, 2015 saw an all-new low in terms of blog activity, but I wanted to take a brief moment to highlight the purchases I was most pleased with over the past year.
Just in time for the 2015 re-release, here’s a look at MegaHouse’s 1/8 scale rendition of Astaroth, the blue-skinned demon girl from Shinrabanshou Chocolate.
Periodically, I like to take a look at new figures that are available for pre-order. This isn’t intended to be an exhaustive list, but rather a selection of new releases that I personally find interesting or notable.
It’s been a while. Six months, in fact. I’ve been a pretty lazy bum of late with regards to blog upkeep. The sad part is I had 90% of this post penned back in February, but opted to hold off in hopes that I could get a new review out first. That hasn’t happened and the preorder commentary is somewhat time-sensitive in nature, so I’m pushing this out now before it grows any more stale than it already has.
I wanted to take a brief moment to acknowledge the purchases that I was most pleased with this year, particularly since I haven’t gotten around to reviewing any of them.
Another year has come to a close, which means it’s time for the customary year-end financial report. This will include a look at exchange rate trends, where and how I spent my figure budget over the course of the year, and commentary on any interesting trends that emerged within that data. Read on below.