Sonico 10th Anniversary Wedding ver. by Good Smile Company preorder information revealed


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Good Smile Company revealed today pre-order information for their Sonico 10th Anniversary Wedding ver. figure, which is sculpted in a 1/6 scale standing 35 cm tall and has price and release date still to be revealed at the moment.

The figure will be on pre-order starting from February 23rd, 2017.

Description from the manufacturer

A figure of Sonico in a beautiful wedding dress in celebration of Super Sonico’s 10th anniversary! The figure is based on an original illustration by Tsuji Santa and has been sculpted in 1/6th scale to capture her impressive dress and sexy appearance in lovely detail!

The wedding dress is an original design made especially for Sonico, bringing out her charm as much as possible for fans to enjoy by their side. She also comes with an alternate expression part to display her ready to tie the knot with her wedding kiss! Be sure to add this Sonico to your collection as your bride!

There will also be special editions available, coming with wedding rings and limited and exclusive to Good Smile Company Online Shop, as follows.

Super Sonico 10th Anniversary Figure Wedding Ver. Mariage Box -GOLD-

  • Super Sonico 10th Anniversary Figure Wedding Ver. Figure
  • 18 Karat Gold Wedding Rings (Sonico’s ring also includes a diamond)

Super Sonico 10th Anniversary Figure Wedding Ver. Mariage Box -SILVER-

  • Super Sonico 10th Anniversary Figure Wedding Ver. Figure
  • Silver Wedding Rings (Sonico’s ring also includes a diamond)
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One Response to Sonico 10th Anniversary Wedding ver. by Good Smile Company preorder information revealed

  1. Sai says:

    I always end up wondering when I see this figure… How in the world does she stand with those strings so tight? They seem like she’d always be crouched over – or promptly snap them upon straightening.

    To be honest, Sonico creeps me out – it’s like she’s never heard of proportions or anatomy. Those balloons she calls breasts are also rather off-putting 8’D. At least the paint and the base are lovely, and the quality is the standard GSC, aka very good – so there’s always the artistry to appreciate, I suppose.

    Either way, I suspect I’ll never own a figure of Sonico, not that I particularly mind. I’ve always wondered though – don’t both her and Pochaco have way too small heads in comparison to the rest of their bodies? Especially in any official illustrations of them.

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