You’ve never seen him like this before! Check out the Nendoroid Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Raiden from Good Smile Company. He’s a staple feature of the MGS empire, and so we think it’s pretty fitting that he’s finally here in popular Nendoroid format. This Plant chapter protagonist is five inches tall and has had his gentle features shrunk into adorable Nendoroid size.
Optional parts include his hand gun and assault rifle, a cardboard box and a naked body, allowing you to recreate various popular scenes from the game! A special expression drawn for the Nendoroid by Yoji Shinkawa, the game’s art director, is also included. Don’t miss out — click the image below!
Everybody’s favorite Italian plumber is back! Consider the Good Smile Company’s Nendoroid Mario, a six-inch figure set with all the fixin’s. It’s like he’s real with his varying smiling and serious facial expressions, and if that isn’t enough, you can jump right into a scroll-screen world of your own with the added coin, block and Super Mushroom accessories! “Dash” parts for when he’s running and “brake” additions for when he stops are topped off by the included background display.
“Bad guys” Buzzy Beetle and Boo can be used to re-imagine all of your favorite scenes from the SNES days! As a bonus, crossed-arm parts for the Nendoroid Luigi are included so you can display them together easy as pie. With this set, you’ll truly be all set.
It’s-a me, Mario!
Christopher Nolan’s 2012 superhero epic is more than deserving of an homage in the form of an adorable, pint-sized Batman. Pick up the four-inch Nendoroid based on the bat hero’s appearance in The Dark Knight Rises. The Nendoroid format was first debuted by the Good Smile Company in 2006, depicting popular characters from manga, anime and video games with large heads and smaller bodies, for a uniquely “cute” re-imagination.
And this Batman is no exception! He comes with a batarang, grapnel gun and mini searchlight with bat signal. An alternate body part that comes wrapped up in his cape underscores this dynamically cute figure. He’s still ready to bring the villains of Gotham City to justice, though — nab him today!
Good guy gone bat.
The Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayam will see itself as a tangible figurine manifestation this winter. Attack on Titan sees the human race resort to living in a walled enclave to defend itself from pseudo-human monsters called Titans who are intent on consuming and destroying intelligent life on Earth. Childhood friends Armin Arlert, Eren Yeager and Mikasa Ackerman join the military to dedicate their lives to fighting Titans after their world is hit with tragedy. This 4-inch fighter, sixth in the Nendoroid series, comes with three facial expressions and comes with his combat and movement equipment. He’ll be ready in January of next year, so make note!
“I am a soldier who pledged his heart to fight for mankind! If I meet my end while serving that pledge, I ask for nothing more!”