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New Kill la Kill Ryuko Matoi Nendoroid Includes a Senketsu Figure

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Good Smile Company announced its second Kill la Kill Ryuko Matoi Nendoroid. The Ryuko Matoi Souvenir Jacket Version will appear first at a The World of Hiroyuki Imaishi exhibition starting on May 29, 2021, before getting a wider release. This version has her wearing a sukajan jacket over her school uniform, with the sentient Senketsu Kamui figure by her side.

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The new Ryuko Nendoroid is compatible with the past figure and includes multiple parts. She has a case for her back for her Scissor Blade, parts so she can stand or squat down, and parts so she can be posed with her hands in her jacket pockets. She also has annoyed, normal, and upset faces. You have a lemon for her to “eat.” She also comes with Senketsu on the side, and Senketsu is articulated and has additional “arm” parts.

Here’s a better look at Ryuko and Senketsu.

This will be the fourth Kill la Kill Nendoroid and second one of Ryuko. The first one has her wearing Senketsu like a school unform. There is also one of Satsuki Kiryuin wearing Junketsu, one of Mako Mankanshoku in her normal uniform, and one of Mako in her Two-Star Goku Uniform.

The Kill la Kill Ryuko Matoi Souvenir Jacket Version Nendoroid will first be available on May 29, 2021 as part of The World of Hiroyuki Imaishi for ¥5,000. She will eventually be available through the Japanese and US Good Smile Company storefronts. The standard version won’t include a special sleeve for the box.

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