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Griffon PVC announcements, event news

Figure maker Griffon updated last night with several bits of interesting news, including two new PVC figure listings and announcements of what they’ll have for sale and on display at World Hobby Festival Ariake 18. The newly announced PVCs are finished model renditions of two resin kits we’ve covered here in the past: the Harada Takehito interpretations of Demonbane‘s Al Ajif and Fate/stay night’s Saber. Both are scheduled for release in August at 5,775 yen retail (tax included), non-scale (15 cm tall), with Al Ajif’s sculpt from Yoshino Atsushi and Saber’s sculpt from Katou Taichi. Both figures are currently available for preorder on Griffon’s official site, and should be listed elsewhere soon. Event news and images below:

Figure News: Wafuudou Ganguten’s Cerberus Project basketball Tama-nee, Plenair & shark PVCs up for preorder

We scooped them here last month, and Hobby Stock today represents with the news that Wafuudou Ganguten‘s collaboration with Cerberus Project is again bearing fruit! Preorders are now open for Wafuudou’s G.O. sculpted Kousaka Tamaki (basketball ver.) PVC from To Heart 2 and the N.S Gun sculpted Plenair (shark ver.) PVC (Harada Takehito design), both of which are scheduled for release in January of 2008. Tama-nee clocks in at 1/7 scale (20 cm tall) and 6,980 yen, with Plenair at an identical scale and price (only 18 cm tall). With orders open at Hobby Stock they should be appearing elsewhere soon! (no more)

Figure News: Cerberus Project x Wafuudou Ganguten figure collaboration featured in Tech Gian, new PVC scoops

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!

Figure News: Griffon presents a shark-toting Plenair-san PVC, splits off ecchi “R-Line”

Word in from Griffon last night that they’re producing a Harada Takehito designed Plenair-san (shark toting ver.) PVC figure. She clocks in at 17 cm tall (non- scale) with a sculpt from Katou Taichi, and is set for release in December at 5,040 yen, with preorders open on now on the official site and elsewhere soon. In other Griffon news, the brand has spun off its more risque figures onto a separate [ERO] R-Line site. Same company, new distinct brand identity; here’s hoping this means more ero-ero PVCs from them in the future. (no more)

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