Good Smile Company’s figma Dark Magician Girl

August 24, 2016 at 12:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Konami, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 3 Comments
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Good Smile Company's figma Dark Magician Girl figure

The next Yu-Gi-Oh! figure from Good Smile Company is heading our way! 4K Media (Konami) has formally announced the upcoming release of figma Dark Magician Girl, arriving this December straight from the Japan-based producer and distributor of collectible figures.

Dark Magician Girl is a non-scale figure standing about 5.9 inches with posable joints. She includes three face plates, her wand, Magic Formula spell book, bent lower leg, and a figma stand.

Good Smile’s global online shop is now accepting pre-orders for figma DMG for ¥6,480 (approximately $65). Customers who pre-order directly from them will receive the parts for a Dark Burning Attack effect.

figma Dark Magician Girl joins Good Smile’s other two Yu-Gi-Oh! figures — figma Yami Yugi and 1/7th scale Dark Magician Girl — in being available directly to fans in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, and Europe.

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  1. Hey there,
    I don’t know if you’ve read my last comment on the café article, but just to be safe, here’s the link for the exhibition again:
    http://www.yugioh-history20thten.com/
    So, it’ll be in Osaka tomorrow. They also have a lot of goods! And the entry tickets seem to come with some goodies, too?
    I checked your blog and didn’t find any mention of it, but maybe I missed it or maybe you’re not interested in it; sorry if that’s the case.

  2. I know about the exhibit. I’m sure it’s super cool for everyone who gets to attend, and the goods look great too. But I’m personally not too interested in writing about it because the exhibit is all visuals and audio. And since photography is not allowed in almost the entire the venue… Well, there’s not much that I can point to or say that can do the exhibit justice. People really need to be there themselves to experience it.

  3. Oh, I understand what you mean. I wouldn’t understand anything anyway because it’s in Japanese.
    It would be great if they’d make something like this outside of Japan!


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