Good Smile Company preorders: Nendoroid Sakura-chan leads the pack

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Collectibles news by Matt S. 

Good Smile Company is the specialist in producing those really high quality miniatures for all your favourite anime, manga, and games. They’re not always cheap, but if you’re a real fan of certain franchises, these form the pièce de résistance of your collection.

Good Smile Company regularly releases more miniatures, of course, and it can be difficult to keep up with everything the team is manufacturing, so we’ll do our best to keep you informed going forwards!

There’s a couple of newly-announced miniatures that the company has put up for pre-order. Perhaps the most adorable is a Nendoroid version of Sakura from Cardcaptor Sakura. It’s approximately 100mm in height, and has been sculpted by Maruhige, and Yuuichi Imai. It will be available in September.

There’s also a rather nice looking figma Archer on the way. From the series Fate/stay night, and manufactured by Max Factory, this one stands and 160mm in height and will be available in August.

Our final pick of the new preorders available is a scale figure of Mikasa Ackerman of Attack on Titan. The deluxe version offers up a rooftop setting, or you can buy the figure itself without the setting. Due for release in October, this 280mm miniature (including the rooftop) won’t be cheap – it’s retailing for ¥14,800, which is approximately the value of $150, but it’s a stunning looking miniature from one of the biggest anime/ manga franchises out there, so we just know it’s going to sell well.

You can visit the Good Smile Company website for more information. Let us know what miniatures you’re most looking forward to in the comments below!

– Matt S. 
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