The December ’07 issue of Tech Gian magazine was released this past Sunday, complete with a feature on Enterbrain’s figure brand Wafuudou Ganguten and its recently formed alliance with Korean sculpting circle Cerberus Project. According to the article Wafuudou was introduced to Cerberus by Polygonia, a sculptor who has been a staple of the Wafuudou lineup for the past few years, and the introduction led to the release of Cerberus’s Princess Waltz Iris and Angela as well as the upcoming [ERO] Halloween Girl PVC. Wafuudou recently took a trip to Cerberus’s workshop in Seoul, and presents the exclusive scoop of two new PVC figures as well as several other Cerberus kits in the works – see below for details!


Wafuudou Ganguten x Cerberus Project figure collaboration scoop in the December 2007 issue of Tech Gian Wafuudou Ganguten x Cerberus Project figure collaboration scoop in the December 2007 issue of Tech Gian Wafuudou Ganguten x Cerberus Project figure collaboration scoop in the December 2007 issue of Tech Gian Wafuudou Ganguten x Cerberus Project figure collaboration scoop in the December 2007 issue of Tech Gian Wafuudou Ganguten x Cerberus Project figure collaboration scoop in the December 2007 issue of Tech Gian

Wafuudou here unveils two new PVC figures in collaboration with Cerberus Project:

Both are scheduled to retail in January of next year at 6,980 yen.

In addition to these PVC announcements the article features photos of a wide spread of Cerberus garage kits, some of which we’ve seen before but many of which are new, first photographed here. Of special interest is the last page, showing off a kick-ass “hero version” Plenair, the Hyung-tae Kim designed Blood Tears, and a dynamic Gurren Lagann Yoko, all of which will debut (in unfinished resin) at Hobby Complex Tokyo on November 25th.

It’s great to see all this awesome stuff coming from Cerberus, and if their collaboration with Wafuudou yields only a fraction of the great kits they’ve produced thus far in PVC I’d say it’s a win-win situation for all concerned. Here’s hoping to see more from them in the future!