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May 17, 2008

Upcoming figures 2

Figures release month again, this time I am going to talk about 3 upcoming figures I like the best.

The first one is Hayase Mitsuk(速瀬 水月), she is one of the characters in a very famous Japanese adult PC game call Kimi ga Nozomu Eien (君が望む永遠). As a result, a lot of this game’s fans are looking forward to this Hayase Mitsuk figure. This figure is about 4,977 yen in Japan, and about $52.79 in the U.S. Read the rest of this entry

what Hayase Mitsuk looks like in 2D

The second one is Hatsune Miku. This character is kind of rare because it is not the character from animate, comic, or games, this is a fictional female singer in a software which is created by CRYPTON FUTURE MEDIA, a Japanese music software company. This company used VOCALOID, which was created by Yamaha, as the basic engine to developed their software. However, I have no idea why this character becomes famous, but it does look cute. If you wanna find out more about this VOCALOID software you can go here, and if you wanna know more about this character you can go here. This figure is about 2,715 yen in Japan, and about $28.79 in the U.S.

Here is two examples how Hatsune Miku performs. They both were made by VOCALOID software.

The third figure is a well know character, Ayanami Rei. Well, may be I do not have to say anything about this character since she is so famous that most people who loves animate will knows about her. For those of the people who does not know her you can go to wiki to check her out here. This new figure is about 6,460 yen in Japan, and about $48.71 in the U.S.


  1. why do many boys love Ayanami Rei?

    Comment by helheL — May 17, 2008 @ 11:55 pm

  2. I do not know exactly answer since I do not really like her too. I think the answer are tow reasons. First, she has a blue color hair which is the color not many animate characters will use, so kind of makes her to look different. Second, she does not smile and talk much, so they will make her to look “cold”.

    Comment by k — May 18, 2008 @ 12:14 am

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