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Daiki Kougyou does Kanu Unchou, Vol. 13-style

Daiki Kougyou updated their official site today with a listing for a new figure of Ikkitousen’s Kanu Unchou, based on the cover illustration of the manga’s 13th volume. The sculpt is from Hagii Shunji (Studio Saru Bunshitsu), and the figure is scheduled to retail in December at 1/6 scale (28 cm tall) and 16,591 yen. The kit is castoffable, coming with both a removable robe (carried in the hand) and skirt, as well as a replaceable un-bandaged chest part. Preorders were open at Daiki’s site but have since been temporarily retracted; international preorder listings are expected to appear shortly. Full gallery below:

Daiki Kougyou launches hug pillow line

The official site of (heretofore exclusively) figure maker Daiki Kougyou was updated today with a listing for an item that breaks new ground for the company: a Kanu Unchou dakimakura cover from Ikkitousen Great Guardians. The case is scheduled to retail in November at 10,500 yen (case only), is sized 160 x 50 cm and features two original illustrations from animator Miyazawa Tsutomu, printed on suede fabric. According to the listing the case is available exclusively via Daiki’s online shop, so international customers may have to use a proxy. Pillow images below:

Figure Review: Daiki Kougyou’s Seyada Tara

When word first broke over a year ago at Wonder Festival 2007 Summer that Vispo’s Seyada Tara kit would be seeing a PVC incarnation from Daiki Kougyou, shock and awe was a phrase that handily described my mental state. While she doesn’t fit the normal spectrum of what I’d look for in a 2D girl, her phenomenal retro-futuristic design combined with the epic sculpt and sheer colossal presence of the figure compelled me to plunk down the large portion of paycheck required to fund her acquisition. All the pieces are in place for a truly historic figure, but does Daiki live up to the task? Read on!

Daiki Kougyou launches “Real Arrange” line

Moeyo! Akibajin Blog brings the news today that figure maker Daiki Kougyou is beginning a new line of fixed-pose completed PVC models they’re calling Real Arrange, based on the theme of more photo-realistic takes on 2D characters. The first entry in the lineup is a figure we’ve had our eye on since it debuted at WHF Ariake 17 last winter, sculptor D-Kura’s (diskvision) Kanu Unchou.

The kit generated some criticism back it was initially posted, and Moeyo’s review of the prototype is likely only to fan the flames (it looks like they crossed her face with a really heavily made-up Johnny Depp), but I for one am excited about the prospect of seeing yet another hot (to my eyes) Kanu from a significant newcomer to the PVC scene. She’s scheduled for release in October at 1/6 scale (21 cm from head to toe, 25 cm to her fingertips), and will retail at 13,440 yen. Images of the garage kit version can be found below:

Daiki’s Bakuten Sei, Asu no Yoichi Ibuki preorders open

Amiami’s evening update tonight included a couple of figures we’ve reported on here in past weeks: Daiki Kougyou’s Sei PVC bust from Bakuretsu Tenshi and Movic’s Hankyuu Ibuki from Asu no Yoichi!. Tackling Ibuki first: we reported on her preorder listing at Movic back on May 13th, and it wouldn’t bear repeating here but for the revelation of a surprise upper castoff (images below). As previously reported her sculpt is from Saitou Heel and she’s set for release in August at…. Movic says 1/8 scale and 19 cm, Amiami says 1/7 scale and 21 cm. Both report a retail price of 5,880 yen.

Daiki’s Sei bust was also the subject of earlier reporting when her official page went online, and details on this release have changed as well. The sculpt is still credited to Shiragami Takayuki (Yukishiro) and she’s still scheduled for release in October at 28 cm tall; the retail price however has been lowered from the initially reported 11,550 yen to 9,975 yen. That doesn’t happen too often… Pictures of both figures can be found below:

Daiki Kougyou to adapt epic Bakuten Sei

Figure maker Daiki Kougyou updated their official site this evening with a listing for an extraordinary Sei PVC figure from Bakuretsu Tenshi (Burst Angel). This PVC conversion continues Daiki’s tradition of adapting epic kits that turned a lot of heads on the garage kit circuit, with Sei coming from veteran sculptor Shiragami Takayuki (Yukishiro) who debuted the kit in 2007 (see below for our shots from WF07 summer). Daiki’s PVC version is scheduled to retail in early October at 11,550 yen, 28 cm tall (scale unspecified) and completely pre-painted and assembled. Preorders were momentarily open at Daiki but seem to have closed for now; we’ll be watching closely for further preorder info that should be coming soon. Figure images below:

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:

Daiki Kougyou’s Toushirou-sculpted Sugimoto Anna preorder open

Initially produced by Toushirou of garage kit circle Cobra-Kai for fellow modeling unit THUNDERROAD STYLE, Senpuu! Midare Fundoshi Sugimoto Anna (Tokkyan Retsuden) is an original character that first saw release as a garage kit at Wonder Festival 2007 Summer (Thunderroad’s coverage here). We saw her in color for the first time at WHF Ariake 17, but had no clue regarding a possible PVC release until today, with Amiami’s listing. According to their update she is set for release in July, in fully painted PVC form, at 9,975 yen and 24 cm tall (scale unspecified). Great news for the Toushirou fans here as it was not at all certain we’d be seeing her in PVC… we’ll be keeping a close eye out for further news on the figure. Image gallery below:

[ERO] Figure News: Daiki Kougyou’s Sanae (black ver.) up for preorder

Online figure shops around the ‘net began preorders this evening for a black version of Daiki Kougyou’s Sanae PVC, based on the Vispo sculpt from Kotoyoshi Yumisuke‘s eromanga Shokunyuu 2. This version differs from the original in several ways, primarily in terms of coloration; I don’t think it’s quite as attractive as the Holstein pattern of the original, but she may appeal to some with the more bondage-themed look. According to Amiami’s listing she’s scheduled for release in May at 15,750 yen retail. Image gallery below:

[ERO] Figure Review: Daiki Kougyou’s Shiranui Mai from King of Fighters (Fatal Fury)

One of the highly anticipated figures of the latter half of 2007, Daiki Kougyou’s Toushirou-sculpted Mai finally arrived on store shelves in late December. Fans of large scale figures had a lot to look forward here, but questions remained regarding production quality and precise specifications – the castoff issue was resolved awhile ago, but today we take a more intimate look at what Mai has to offer.

Figure News: Daiki Kougyou’s Shiranui Mai (black ver.) PVC from King of Fighters unveiled

First scooped last week as fallout from the Miyazawa Model Exhibition, last night Daiki put up an official listing for their Cobra-Kai (Toushirou) sculpted Shiranui Mai (black ver.) PVC figure from King of Fighters. She’s scheduled to go up for sale via standard distribution channels at specs similar to those of her standard issue counterpart, 1/5 scale (33 cm tall) and 14,700 yen retail. Production is limited to 2,000 pieces, and release is expected in March of next year. I like the look of this version, but at that price I can’t afford two copies of the same kit… ;_; Update: she’s now up for preorder at Amiami, and Daiki has changed their listing from 2,000 units to a 1,000 unit limited run. (no more)

[ERO] Figure Review: Daiki Kougyou’s Sanae PVC from Shokunyuu 2

The hype for Daiki Kougyou’s Sanae PVC grew steadily from the moment she was announced in June, through her listing in Hobby Japan in July, the scooping of her malleable chest in August, Amiami’s image update in September, her release delay to November in October, and finally the [ERO] revelation of her anatomical detail when she went on sale last week. After putting her through her paces today I can say with confidence that this is the best kit Daiki has ever produced, and is indeed a milestone in the development of PVC-based erotica. An excessive amount of pictorial evidence follows. Update: Sanae is currently available at Play Asia once again, though who knows for how long.

[ERO] Figure News: Daiki Kougyou’s Sanae PVC comes with do-it-yourself implant kit, articulated lower half

Daiki Kougyou‘s Sanae PVC from Kotoyoshi Yumisuke‘s eromanga Shokunyuu 2 went on sale yesterday, and boy did it come with some surprises. A poster at 2chan’s mokeiura board delivers the horrifically fascinating details of what is apparently a silicone (?) gel injection kit that comes with the figure (syringe and all), meant to enhance the included pliant bosoms (presumably not via liberal application to their outer surface as the pictures imply). Also, upon castoff of the scanty bits she’s wearing underneath we find a sculpt that is quite anatomically correct, the first such detailed item we’ve seen in PVC for a very long time. I’ve reproduced the pictures from the 2chan thread below, but be warned – these are some of the most graphic and generally gross photos you’re going to see on HD this year. I repeat: do not view this post unless you are prepared to view disturbing images. 18+ ONLY, NWS.

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