All Japan Model & Hobby Show 2014 has already kicked off from the Tokyo Big Sight in Odaiba and after taking a look at Bandai’s event announcements, including a new RG and a new PG GunPla, we now take a look at the other companies which have displayed their latest upcoming figures and plastic models.

Let’s kick things off with Kotobukiya which showcased a newly-painted version of its articulated Titan Eren figure from Attack on Titan as well as a new PlaMo from Nobunaga the Fool and its new Star Wars ArtFX+ figures of Luke and Leia. New Cu-Poches were also unveiled as well as many other wallet-busting goodies.

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Good Smile Company and Max Factory meanwhile showed that they are much more than Nendoroids and figmas as they introduced a new PlaMo line, along with their usual scale figures, Nendos and figmas. Their figma Panzer IV from Girls und Panzer for their new figma vehicles line also grabbed a lot of attention.

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Megahouse on the other hand also displayed some great figures and PlaMo kits, which are highlighted by their Gundam Girls from Gundam Build Fighters and their Excellent Model Elpeo Puru from Gundam ZZ. I know what some of you are thinking, and right now, Rinko Iori just made a critical hit on your wallets.

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Meanwhile, over at Wave… yes, those are mechas. They are definitely more than just Beach Queens huh? Speaking of Wave’s lovely swimsuit-clad ladies, they just announced new Beach Queens from yuri anime Sakura Trick, as well as Girls und Panzer and Nanoha. They also displayed some cool styling tools for kit-bashing and customizations, as well as for garage kit making.

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Finally, we take a look at PlaMo giants Hasegawa and Tamiya, as well as Sankei. Hasegawa showed plenty of their awesome military models, as well as some mechas while Tamiya showcased their ever-popular Let’s Go! mini 4WD models as well as their own military models. Sankei meanwhile showed their cute miniature Studio Ghibli models.

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Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to administer first aid and CPR to my wallet right now.

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Sources: Amiami Blog and Dengeki Hobby

 

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