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Yamadaya no Akuma-san 2 preorder open

Otaku goods shop Amiami’s evening update today included a preorder listing for a new finished PVC figure from maker Daiki Kougyou, the original Yamadaya no Akuma-san 2. Originally a resin kit released by circle Yamadaya at Wonder Festival 2008 Winter, as has been typical of past Yamada Yoshinari (Yamadaya) original sculpts, Daiki Kougyou has picked it up for release in PVC. The kit is scheduled for release in late August at 1/6 scale (26 cm tall) and a retail price of 9,240 yen, and is pretty well nekkid aside from the (castoffable) apron that doesn’t hide things very well even when firmly in place. Images below:

April 25th eroge release roundup

It’s the first Friday of the month that’s on or after Japan’s traditional pay day of the 25th, so you know what that means – I has teh monies it’s eroge bonanza release day! We provide a rundown of the 25 new erotic game titles released today, which range from budget offerings by high profile artists (Kohaku Sumeragi, Cruccu) to high profile offerings from budget artists (the Tsuyokiss sequel) and everything in between. While there aren’t any earth-shattering games on the plate this month there’s plenty here to whet the appetite, so let’s dig right in!

Kotobukiya Nono, Tama-chan, Kudryavka, Leon preorders open

Kotobukiya unleashed four new finished PVC figures for preorder at their official online shop today, a few of which I’m betting will be big sellers when they see release in August (all four are August releases). First up is Nekomiya Nono (cat ears school swimsuit thigh-highs ver.) from Yotsunoha, coming at 1/6 scale (24 cm tall) with a sculpt from Abe Masato and a retail price of 6,090 yen. Next is Kawazoe Tamaki from Bamboo Blade, clocking in at 1/8 scale (18 cm tall) and 5,775 yen, with a sculpt from Kiohara Hidemasa. Third is Noumi Kudryavka of Little Busters!, 1/8 scale (17.5 cm tall) and 5,775 yen with a sculpt from Nisshii, and finally we have the odd man out with Leon Magnus from Tales of Destiny, coming at 1/10 scale (16 cm tall) and 4,410 yen with a sculpt from Tatsumaki. Images below:

Figure maker Solid Theater acquired by Movic

Rumors of the merger began on the 23rd, but today it was made official: Solid Theater announced on their official site that as of May 1st, 2008 the company will be acquired by figure and goods maker Movic, a subsidiary of the Animate Group. Under the terms of the acquisition Solid Theater will retain its distinct brand identity within the Movic product line, and all current Solid Theater company operations, product support and scheduled releases will remain intact. Preorder announcements for future Solid Theater releases as well as wholesale inquiries will now be conducted through Movic, and a new Solid Theater brand website is currently in development. We’ll bring you any further relevant news on the merger as it appears, though it seems that short term effects will be minimal; a preorder announcement for Solid Theater’s Himomizugi no Onna no Ko is expected shortly. (no more)

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