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Fushigi Yuugi’s Tamahome nendoroid announced

Good news for fanboys and fangirls of the popular anime series Fushigi Yuugi as there’s new merch coming out soon and that would be the Tamahome nendoroid.


Check out the full photo after the cut!

There’s no definite release date for the figure according to Good Smile Company and its really just the prototype that’s been pictured up top. There two things I wish with the acquisition of this license. One is that we get more Fushigi Yuugi nendoroid figures including the other guardians. Hopefully we get Miaka then the rest of the guardians. Secondly we need Miaka as the next release stat. Just because Tamahome’s a little lonely with his gal.

About Fushigi Yugi

Fushigi Yûgi (Japanese: ふしぎ遊戯, lit. “Mysterious Game”), also known as Fushigi Yûgi: The Mysterious Play or Curious Play, is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Yuu Watase. It tells the story of two teenaged girls, Miaka and Yui, who are pulled into The Universe of the Four Gods, a mysterious book at the National Diet Library. It is essentially based on four mythological creatures of China. Shogakukan serialized Fushigi Yûgi in Shōjo Comic from December 1991 to May 1996 and later compiled the manga into eighteen tankōbon volumes.

Studio Pierrot adapted it into a fifty-two episode anime series that aired from April 1995 to March 1996 on TV Tokyo. The anime spawned three original video animation (OVA) releases, with the first having three episodes, the second having six, and the final OVA, Fushigi Yûgi: Eikoden, spanning four episodes.

A thirteen-volume Japanese light novel series, written by Megumi Nishizaki, followed Fushigi Yûgi. Shogakukan published the novels from January 1998 to September 2003. Watase also released two prequel manga series: Fushigi Yûgi: Genbu Kaiden, which ran from March 2003 to February 2013, and Fushigi Yûgi: Byakko Senki, which began serialization in August 2017.

In North America, Viz Media licensed the manga series for an English-language release in 1999. The anime series was first licensed by Geneon Entertainment and re-licensed by Media Blasters in 2012.

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