Good Smile Unveils Attack on Titan, Kill la Kill Toys


Source: acttil, Inc.
Summary:

Good Smile Company announced that they will release four new figures based on Attack on Titan, Kill la Kill, and Super Mario Bros. The figures will be released between May and June, 2014 and will be priced between 4,200 and 8,800 yen.

Good Smile also announced that they established figure manufacturer and distributor Ultra Tokyo Connection. Ultra Tokyo Connection, which is located in Los Angeles, will work directly with manufacturers to produce and distribute anime and gaming figures in North America.


Good Smile Company announced that they will release four new figures based on Attack on Titan, Kill la Kill, and Super Mario Bros. The figures will be released between May and June, 2014 and will be priced between 4,200 and 8,800 yen.

Good Smile also announced that they established figure manufacturer and distributor Ultra Tokyo Connection. Ultra Tokyo Connection, which is located in Los Angeles, will work directly with manufacturers to produce and distribute anime and gaming figures in North America.

GOOD SMILE COMPANY BRINGS POPULAR VIDEO GAME AND ANIME CHARACTERS TO LIFE WITH DETAILED FIGURES EARLY THIS SUMMER!

LOS ANGELES, CA., January 24, 2014 – Good Smile Company, the leading figure, toy, and accessory manufacturer, is thrilled to announce that the popular video game and anime character figures—Levi from Attack on Titan, Luigi from Super Mario, and Ryuko Matoi from KILL la KILL—are now available for preorder on the  Good Smile Online Shopfor fans worldwide. The incredibly detailed figmas of Levi and Ryuko come to life as soon as you open the boxes and pose them, and the endlessly adorable Nendoroids of Levi and Luigi will be sure to add charm to each and every day you look at them! These products will be shipped by Good Smile Company from Japan during the month of the item’s specified release date.

Good Smile Company will be showcasing a variety of products at booth 4842 at the 2014 American International Toy Fair in New York from February 16 – 19.

Hey, you lot… What the hell is going on here?

Product name: Nendoroid Levi

URL:  http://goodsmile-global.ecq.sc/gscnenwd00390.html

Levi_Nendoroid(1)

Series: Attack on Titan Manufacturer: Good Smile Company Category: Nendoroid

Release date: June 2014

Specifications: Painted 1/48th scale ABS, PVC & PC model. Painted ABS&PVC non-scale articulated figure with stand included. Approximately 100mm in height.

Sculptor: Ito Ryou-ichi

Distributed by: Good Smile Company Price: ¥4,200 (JPY)

Copyright: © Hajime Isayama, KODANSHA / “ATTACK ON

TITAN” Production Committee. All Rights Reserved.

 

“I promise you, I will drive the Titans to extinction!“

Product name: figma Levi

URL:  http://goodsmile-global.ecq.sc/maxfigwd00213.html

Levi_figma(1)

Series: Attack on Titan

Manufacturer: Max Factory Category: figma

Release date: May 2014

Specifications: Painted ABS&PVC non-scale articulated figure with stand included. Approximately 140mm in height

Sculptor: Max Factory Masaki Apsy Distributed by: Good Smile Company Price: ¥4,937 (JPY)

Copyright: © Hajime Isayama, KODANSHA / “ATTACK ON TITAN” Production Committee. All Rights Reserved.

 

The Year of Luigi has come to an end, but the Nendoroid is on its way!

Product name: Nendoroid Luigi

URL:  http://goodsmile-global.ecq.sc/top/gscnenwd00393.html

Luigi_Nendoroid(1)

Series: Super Mario

Manufacturer: Good Smile Company

Category: Nendoroid

Release date: June 2014

Specifications: Painted ABS&PVC
non-scale articulated figure with
stand included. Approximately
100mm in height.

Sculptor: Wataru Orita

Distributed by: Good Smile Company

Price: ¥4,000 (JPY)

Copyright: ©Nintendo

 

“Right, then… Can someone please tell me who owns these scissors?! “

Product name: Ryuko Matoi: Kamui Senketsu Ver.

URL:  http://goodsmile-global.ecq.sc/phascawd00007.htmlRyuko_figma(1)

Specifications: Painted 1/8th scale PVC figure with stand included. Approximately 150mm in height.

Sculptor: Ken Kawanishi (GRIM ROCK!)

Distributed by: Good Smile Company

Price: ¥8,800 (JPY)

Copyright: © TRIGGER,Kazuki Nakashima/Kill la Kill Partnership

Good Smile Company is also proud to announce that it has established a brand new figure manufacturer/distributor company, Ultra Tokyo Connection in Los Angeles, California in January 2014. Ultra Tokyo Connection will be collectors’ and fans’ direct source for the latest Good Smile Company figures, collectable statues, and hobby related products. Directly working with manufacturers such as Good Smile Company, Max Factory, FREEing, and Phat! Company, Ultra Tokyo Connection will be able to offer the hottest anime, video game, and movie-related Nendoroids, figmas, and Scale Figures with the most competitive pricing in the industry, along with a variety of flexible fulfillment options for fans the world over. For more information about Ultra Tokyo Connection, visit  ultratc.comor email us at  [Redacted]

Ultra Tokyo Connection will make a first appearance at Good Smile Company’s booth, # 4842 at New York Toy Fair 2014.

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