New Hololive Nendoroids and Painted Prototypes Appeared
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New Hololive Nendoroids and Painted Prototypes Appeared

At Hololive Super Expo 2024, Good Smile Company announced six new Nendoroids of Hololive Vtubers in alternate costumes and shared updates on upcoming figures from the company. There are no release windows for any of the items that appeared, however.

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First, here’s the reveal for the entirely new Nendoroids of Hoshimachi Suisei, Houshou Marine, Oozora Subaru, Sakura Miko, Shirakami Fubuki, and Usada Pekora. Both Pekora and Miko’s outfits are poppy and casual, with a cat hat and hoodie. Subaru is dressed as an idol singer in her design. Suisei’s sailor suit has elements of that too. Fubuki is wearing a western outfit with gothic lotita vibes. Finally, Marine’s looks like a more professional military and office outfit.

Here’s a trailer introducing the new versions of the characters’ Nendoroids.

As for the painted prototype figures, four Hololive Nendoroids showed up. First, Good Smile Company showed the AZKi and Roboco-san ones. After that, the Himemori Luna and Momosuzu Nene ones showed up. Here’s a full gallery looking at all of the initial photos shared with us from the event.

The latest Vtuber Nendoroid from the company is actually an old one. Good Smile Company is rereleasing its Gawr Gura figure.

There’s no release window yet for any of the other upcoming figures.

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