BETSU TEN GAI Nendoroid by Good Smile Co (Thunderbolt Fantasy Sword Seekers) Seen a #AFASG16 Anime Festival Asia 2016
“BETSU TEN GAI” from “Thunderbolt Fantasy Sword Seekers” as a Nendoroid, seen on display at the Good Smile Co booth at Anime Festival Asia 2016 (Nov 25-27), where scenes from the show were playing beside on a plasma screen.
“Nendoroid Betsu Ten Gai” is currently now on pre-order for ¥5,000 (Pre-order period between the 25th November 2016 (Tue) from 12:00JST until 22nd December 2016 (Thu) at 12:00JST), for an April 2017 release.
”“In this world the sword is proof of power. That is a truth that cannot be refuted.”
From the fantasy glove puppetry series with a sequel in the works ‘Thunderbolt Fantasy Sword Seekers’ comes a Nendoroid of Betsu Ten Gai - the unrivalled swordsman and head of the Genkishu with the ability to control the spirits of the dead! He comes with three face plates including his standard expression with a cunning smile, a chibi expression based the character drawn by Yuupon as well as an expression based on the actual glove puppet used in the series!
He comes with a small version of the mask he wore when he first appeared in the series as well as a Nendoroid-sized sword! One of the mysterious Miyoku creatures he used for transportation and more is also included! Be sure to display him with the previously announced Nendoroid Lin Setsu A and recreate the Thunderbolt Fantasy Sword Seekers atmosphere in your collection!"
WHAT-IS: "Thunderbolt Fantasy (Thunderbolt Fantasy -東離劍遊紀- Sandāboruto Fantajī: Tōriken Yūki?, lit. "Thunderbolt Fantasy: Sword Travels from the East") is a Japanese-Taiwanese glove puppetry television series created and written by Gen Urobuchi and produced as a collaboration between Japanese companies Nitroplus and Good Smile Company and Taiwanese puppet production company Pili International Multimedia. The series began airing in Japan starting July 8, 2016 and is being simulcast by iQiyi Taiwan,[a] and Crunchyroll under 3 official languages: Taiwanese Min-Nan aired in Taiwan, Mandarin Chinese aired in China, and Japanese aired in Japan." ()