Hi everyone, Murakami Night here, been a while since I’ve posted (and also probably for the blog itself) but yeah, I’m back for a very short entry for today! Continue reading
Konbanwa minna~ Another night, another figure review for all of you folks wanting to see some figure eye candy.
Hello again blog readers! It’s been a while since my last post. I was busy with school works as usual.
Now I’m back with a Nendoroid I just aquired today. Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai’s Kashiwazaki Sena.
She was released last March at the SRP of 3,333 Japanese Yen (the usual price for nendoroids).
Fortunately I was able to go to Taipei last December. And I visited the Good smile cafe. First here are directions to GSC Cafe if you’re planning to go to Taipei
I’ll create 2 or more posts regarding this visit this first post is about the location and the merchandises found in the cafe.
This is Wave’s version of Kirino Kousaka from Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai.
She was released last May 2011 at the SRP of 3,990 Japanese Yen. Continue reading
She was released last September at the SRP of 3,333 Japanese Yen (much like other nendoroids)
It’s been a while since my last blog post :D.
Now I’m back with a Figure Review of Figma’s Rendition of Kirino Kousaka from Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake wa Ga Nai.
She was released Late May this year and will be re-released this month at the SRP of 2666 Japanese Yen.
“Black Lagoon” was in many ways a lot different than most of the anime I thoroughly enjoyed watching. It was completely devoid of moe, cute girls or even galaxy-destroying mecha; things that are considered staples among the most popular shows to date. Continue reading
Good Smile Company 1/8 Black★Rock Shooter Black Blade Ver. was released last June 2010 in accordance with the high merchandise demand of by then a very popular character (no series/OVA yet) Black★Rock Shooter. Regarded by many as a “poor man’s B★RS” and deemed inferior compared to the first B★RS figure, the Original Version also from the same company, this relatively cheap figure is probably one of the most flawless PVC figures that GSC ever produced. Continue reading
“Rurouni Kenshin” is one of my all-time favorite anime. Even if it’s been a long 15 years ago since Nobuhiro Watsuki created what is possibly the greatest Tokugawa-Meiji Era manga story ever told, and despite the many other anime I’ve watched since then, “Rurouni Kenshin” never fails to excite the fan in me. Continue reading
And here’s another quick review, this time, it’s the human identity of Black Rock Shooter (at least, in the OVA that is XD), Kuroi Mato! Continue reading
The early years of the first decade of the new millennium were home to some of the most memorable years of my otaku life. Continue reading
Here’s a quick review on Alter’s 1/8 Mio Akiyama School Festival Version from the anime K-on!
She was released September 2010 at the SRP of 6,800 JPY.
Here’s a quick review on Gokou Ruri / Kuroneko Nendoroid from Good Smile Company.
It was released April 2011 at the SRP of 3333 JPY. Continue reading
Generally, I think Queen’s Blade nendos are not worth it but today, here’s a look on one of the many Queen’s Blade nendos around, and it’s of my personal favorite ghost girl, Airi. Continue reading
Recently I’ve been watching the anime adaptation of “Idolm@ster” and while I do know some of the characters already, I’ve had this figure of the ditzy Azusa Miura even before I ever knew of “Idolm@ster” first hand. Continue reading
I used to have no clue about what Touhou was about. All I knew that it was a shooting game (at which I absolutely suck at) with bitchy girls wearing Oriental clothes going at it in a beam spamming deathmatch enough to put Gundam SEED to shame. Continue reading
Ever since I can remember, I’ve always been drawn to the most elusive and beautiful things in life. It’s happened with everything I’ve been addicted to. Continue reading