Good Smile Company’s figma Seto Kaiba

November 10, 2017 at 12:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Konami, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 3 Comments
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Good Smile Company's figma Seto Kaiba figure

How long has it been since Good Smile Company first announced a figma Seto Kaiba? Over a year? Well, the wait is over! figma Seto Kaiba is coming and 4K Media has formally announced that the figure is available for sale in the West.

Seto Kaiba is a non-scale figure that stands about 6.5 inches tall with figma’s quality posable joints. He includes a Duel Disk, cards, briefcase, two face plates, and figma stand. He also includes a shouting face plate for figma Yami Yugi (sold separately).

Pre-order directly from Good Smile for ¥7,800 (approximately $70) and you’ll also get an exclusive Enemy Controller bonus.

figma Seto Kaiba is scheduled to be released in May 2018.

(h/t Yu-Gi-Oh! Fan Page)

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Good Smile Company’s figma Dark Magician Girl

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.

Good Smile Company Brings Yu-Gi-Oh! Figures to the West

November 17, 2015 at 10:31 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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Good Smile Company and Max Factory's figma Yami Yugi and scale Dark Magician Girl figures

Yu-Gi-Oh! figures have taken off in Japan in the last couple of years, attracting older fans of the franchise who grew up with the characters and monsters and who now have the income to feed their nostalgia. Now, Yu-Gi-Oh! fans in the West will at last be able to get their hands on some of these amazing figures without the need to import them directly from Japan.

4K Media (Konami) announced today that it has inked a licensing agreement with Good Smile Company, the popular Japan-based producer and distributor of collectible figures. GSC will import Yu-Gi-Oh! figures into United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, and Europe. The first two figures to be introduced will be the figma Yami Yugi and Dark Magician Girl scale figure, pictured above. 4K Media and GSC’s deal marks the first time that Yu-Gi-Oh! figures will be released simultaneously in Japan and throughout the world.

Yami Yugi is an articulated figure from the figma series standing about 5.7 inches and includes a removable cape, cards, and Duel Disk. It is scheduled to be released in June 2016. The 1/7th scale Dark Magician Girl figure is about 8.3 inches high and is based on a summoning scene, complete with a summoning circle base. It is slated for a May 2016 release. Both figures are manufactured by Max Factory, a sister company of Good Smile Company.

“Today’s news represents our ongoing commitment to enrich the Yu-Gi-Oh! brand by adding new layers to the collectible experience and expanding its reach,” said Jennifer Coleman, 4K Media’s VP of licensing and marketing, in a press release.

“Yu-Gi-Oh! is a globally beloved franchise with very active fans that are always looking for new ways to enjoy their favorite characters,” added Max Watanabe, CEO of Max Factory. “Yami Yugi and Dark Magician Girl are a highly recognizable character and monster, making them perfect choices [to] make available to a much broader audience of collectors.”

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