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Good Smile Company Announce New Figure Releases for August – September 2014 Release
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Good Smile Company Announce New Figure Releases for August – September 2014 Release

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Japanese figure, toy and accessory manufacturer Good Smile Company have today announced several new figure releases that are now available for pre-order through their official retail channels and are to be formally released between August and September 2014. These figures are all available for purchase in western markets, and will be sent out from Good Smile Company’s Japanese HQ during their respective month of release.

All listed items below are presented in the following style:

Product Name

Series | Manufacturer | Figure Type | Release Month | Sculptor | Price

Details

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Nendoroid Link: The Wind Waker ver.
The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker | Good Smile Company | Nendoroid | August 2014 | Abusuke | 4,000 Yen

Painted ABS&PVC non-scale articulated figure with stand included. Approximately 100mm in height.

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Nendoroid Gilgamesh
Fate/stay Night | Good Smile Company | Nendoroid | August 2014 | Knead (Musasabi YU-ko) | 4,800 Yen

Painted ABS&PVC non-scale articulated figure with stand included. Approximately 100mm in height.

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Medicchu KanColle: Akagi
Kantai Collection -KanColle- | Phat! Company | Medicchu | September 2014 | Hajime Kaiya (Acetone) | 2,160 Yen

Painted ABS & PVC non-scale figure. Approximately 65mm in height.

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Medicchu KanColle Haruna
Kantai Collection -KanColle- | Phat! Company | Medicchu | September 2014 | Hajime Kaiya (Acetone) | 2,160 Yen

Painted ABS & PVC non-scale figure. Approximately 65mm in height.

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Kongo: Half-Damage ver.
Kantai Collection -KanColle- | Max Factory | Scale Figure | September 2014 | YOSHI | Good Smile Company | 14,800 yen

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