GSC Millhiore F. Biscotti is Supremely Gorgeous, Behold the Future of Figure Sculpting

Some time ago, we featured Griffon’s Millhiore F. Biscotti here and to be blunt about it, it didn’t impress me. Sure the frills were above average but everything else spelled mediocre and while the “DOG DAYS” anime was just as mediocre (despite being a “spiritual successor” to the Nanoha series), the Princess of Biscotti clearly deserved better. Thankfully Good Smile Company is doing things right with their Millhiore and dare I say, this might be one of the blockbuster figures of 2012 already, judging from the preview images. Continue reading

Griffon Millhiore Biscotti Impresses With Frills, Fails at Everything Else

Known mostly as a “Touhou” figure maker nowadays, Griffon looks to steer away from their trend just a bit with their latest announcement of a 1/7 Millhiore F. Biscotti figure from mediocre moe fantasy anime, “Dog Days.” Continue reading

Upcoming Max Factory figma: Millhiore F. Biscotti

Hmmmmmm… from the way the figure looks, you might say at first that she is Kaname Madoka… ‘Coz, I really thought it’s another figma version of her….

But look closely, she has a tail, and this figure is none other than Millhiore F. Biscotti of the anime, Dog Days. Continue reading

Nendoroid Milhiorre = Dog Days Without The Mediocrity

Milhiorre Biscotti, princess of what is possibly one of the most overhyped and underwhelming shows of 2011, Dog Days, gets the Nendoroid treatment from our good ol’ money-making friends at Good Smile Company. Continue reading

WF Summer 2011: Good Smile Company

He’s inviting you to view this…

Of course a WF coverage wouldn’t be complete without the most popular figure company in the world, GSC. To the uninitiated, GSC not only produces figures but also acts as a marketing partner and distributor for other manufacturers such as Max Factory, FREEing, Gift, Penguin Parade and others. As such, this post will cover scale figures (Nendoroids and figmas will be tacked in separate posts) not only from GSC but from those manufacturers as well. Continue reading