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1/7 Shana – Sweet Yellow Version

Written by: zenical on 10 July 2009 at 5:17 pm 7 Comments

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A scale of 1/7 of Shana from Shakugan no Shana II has been announced for preorders by Griffon Enterprises. This time it’s the Sweet Yellow Version. Extremely stunning figurine I must say ^^.

1/7 Shana - Sweet Yellow Version

Retail price is at 6,825 yen and will be released in September 2009. Preorder her at Hobby Search today.

I really like this figurine. Black and yellow colors of her outfit definitely makes me want to order this figurine – but looking at the release date, September, is enough to tell me “don’t order!” T_T. Do you like this sweet yellow version or the other versions?

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  • Paul said:

    This one has the best color combination, and I’m almost tempted. Sadly, I just don’t have the money to get Shana.


  • Optic said:

    I thought it was a WF exclusive.
    Anyway, love the colour combination but pass. I have enough Shana to satisfy me. :)


  • Q said:

    A third Shana variation from Griffon??

    This one is a miss for me though. Too many Shanas already, and this is too loli for me too >_<;;


  • Cosplay said:

    Amazing, that hair, its one of the best i have ever seen.


  • susu23 said:

    sexsyyyyyyyyyyyy! or to sexxxxsy!


  • zenical (author) said:

    @ Paul: I love yellow!

    @ Optic: Lol this shana totally rocks. Too bad I’m too poor to afford this >_>

    @ Q: I thought you were a Shana fanboy :P

    @ Cosplay: Hair isn’t so amazing since they reused this figurine like 2 times, this is just a color combination changing =/

    @ susu23: Love this figurine myself! The colors!!


  • konantenshi said:

    I don’t have money T.T


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