Today we look at another toy by Good Smile Company, but more specifically GoodSmile Racing. There are a lot of GoodSmile Racing figures and toys, and some may wonder why that is. The reason is in Japan, twice a year, GoodSmile Racing holds a fund raising event for their racing team. If one chooses to support their season, they will reward you with gifts. Sometimes they’ll hand out Figma, and sometimes they distribute Nendoroids, but they’ll always give you a racing package that you can wear to cheer on your team. My racing package is in Japan, as well as a little trophy they gave me for my figure, but today I’ll look at Racing Miku’s Figma, which won the 2011 GT300 races! It was GSR’s first ever victory and they wanted to celebrate! They were so happy that they released the puchi racing set, which I reviewed yesterday, and the full scale figure, which I did not purchase. If you’d like to support their 2012 team, which unfortinately isn’t doing too well, then you can visit GoodSmile Racing!
The puchi’s definitely allow more facial details, but figma’s are more flexible and in a sense more fun. I decided to pose her with the trophy and the umbrella and along side 2010’s car. With the new camera she came out quite nice, I only wish her neck didn’t come out so far, it makes her look a little awkward. Her smiling face however is brilliant. The smile reminds me of Fuuka from Yotsubato and I think it is really adorable. This Miku also has something that few other figures do, but it sure makes it strange, and that thing is boobs. Is this really Miku?!
Can you guess what I’ll review with my camera tomorrow?