New Hololive Nendoroids, Figmas, and Figures Include Gawr Gura, Laplus

New Hololive Nendoroids, Figmas, and Figures Include Gawr Gura, Laplus

WonHobby 36 kicked off in Japan, and with it an array of Hololive Nendoroid, figma, and miscellaneous figure announcements for Vtubers like Laplus Darkness, Gawr Gura, Amelia Watson, and Calliope Mori. These are in various stages of production, with some being unpainted prototypes and others further along and appearing as painted prototypes.

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First, here are the Aki Rosenthal and Amelia Watson Nendoroid figure prototypes. Aki isn’t as far along and is unpainted. However, Amelia seems closer to being “done,” as she’s painted even posed holding a magnifying glass.

Next, here are the unpainted Nendoroid prototypes of the Hololive Secret Society holoX Vtubers. From left to right, Sakamata Chloe, Takane Lui, Laplus Darkness, Hakui Koyori, and Kazama Iroha appear.

A Laplus Darkness scale figure is also in development.

The only unpainted Nendoroid in this batch is Amane Kanata. Tsunomaki Watame, Yukihana Lamy, and Shishiro Botan painted prototypes appeared here.

Next, here are the Hololive Vtuber figma of Laplus, Calliope, and Gura, with the Calliope prototype already being painted and the Laplus and Gura ones unpainted.

There’s an Usada Pekora figure.

Finally, here are the Hololive Pop Up Parade figures of Murasaki Shion, Nakiri Ayame, Laplus, and Calliope.

All of these Hololive Nendoroid, Figma, and figures are in development and don’t have a release date yet.


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