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Good Smile Bakemonogatari: Nadeko Sengoku PVC Figure (1:8 Scale)

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Good Smile Bakemonogatari: Nadeko Sengoku PVC Figure (1:8 Scale)

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From Good Smile Company. From the popular anime "Bakemonogatari" comes a PVC figure of Nadeko Sengoku, the girl with a snake wrapped around her. The posing for the figure is taken from the cover of the 4th volume of the Blu-ray and DVD release of the series, which depicts the lovable Nadeko playing by some water around the autumn leaves. Even the leaves and snake floating in the water have been carefully detailed for the full effect of the original illustration. Removable leg parts are also included, which allow you to either display Nadeko standing knee-deep in the water, or standing on the waterside with her legs fully visible. It's a figure fit for any Nadeko fan!

Good Smile Bakemonogatari: Nadeko Sengoku PVC Figure (1:8 Scale)


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