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Collect, display, and play!

Calling all Chibi fans! Created by Good Smile Co., the Nendoroid figures series features adorable chibi-style figures from some of the most beloved anime, manga, and video game franchises. With over 1,000 Nendoroids to collect from, you're sure to find your favorite character shrunk down and ready to pose.

Bet you can’t collect just one Nendoroid.

Anime Nendoroid figures measure in at around 10 cm (or about 3.9 inches), and these Chibi figures have a disproportionate head-to-body size to really up the cute factor.

Each figurine is articulately designed so that you can pose it and recreate a number of scenes with it. Add in some extra props, like weapons, outfits, or pets and you'll find that there's no limit to your imagination!

The Nendoroid anime figures community is huge, mainly because they also include interchangeable faceplates so your figure can have multiple expressions. A stand and base will be provided for stability when posing. We're sure you'll fall in love with these cute little figures!

The very first Nendoroid figure to be sold was Neko Arc, from Tsukihime, which was released in early 2006. The original creator of this figure series was the amazing Tsuyoshi Oda.

Due to its popularity, several different people work on the series collectively known as Nendoron. Because there are so many people working together on a single Nendoroid, it would be almost impos­sible to credit each individual, so a collective name is used instead. A single figure is produced by over ten people on the Good Smile Company team.

By March 2009, the fantastic Nendoroid series had sold over 1 million units, and the Nendoroid Petite series had sold over 3 million units. The series very quickly expanded, and in just 4 years (July 2010), there were over 100 different Nendoroids figures in production.

Around May 2013, Good Smile Company released its 300th figure in the base series, Hatsune Miku 2.0, which was a revamped version of the previous best-selling Nendoroid Hatsune Miku. The box design and method of connecting faceplates were also improved from this release onward. Now, Good Smile Company has released over 1,200 Nendoroids with many more still to come!

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