Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Winry Nendoroid Can Hold Hands With Edward
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Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Winry Nendoroid Can Hold Hands With Edward

Good Smile Company revealed its Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Winry Rockbell will come with an official store bonus part that lets her hold hands with the earlier Edward Elric figure. It will cost ¥6,900/$40.99 and release in October 2024 in Japan and Q1 2025 in other regions. 

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Winry comes with the usual kinds of Nendoroid accessories. She has three face plates, with one neutral expression, one of her smiling and blushing, and a third that shows her ready to decimate anyone in her path. She can use (or wield) a spanner wrench, or carry an apple pie. In addition to the possible part to hold hands with Edward, she comes with a pointing right hand part for him.

Here’s a closer look at the initial photos Good Smile Company shared with all of us of her, as well as with her and the Edward and Alphonse figures.

As for the Edward Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Nendoroid, it might not be too difficult to find one to pair up with Winry to use the special hand part. In addition to an original 2018 release, it appeared in 2020 too. The Nendoroid Doll version of him is expected to launch in November 2024. 

If you do manage to get both, here’s how the two figures will look when “holding hands.”

The Winry Rockwell Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Nendoroid will ship in Japan in October 2024 and from the US storefront in Q1 2025. Pre-orders are open until July 3, 2024. The anime is streaming on Crunchyroll. Yen Press handles the digital manga outside Japan.

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