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Gorgeous To Love-Ru Darkness Lala Satalin Deviluke Figure


The all kinds of voluptuous figurine of Lala Satalin Deviluke from To Love-Ru Darkness is now available for pre-order.

Alter, one of the most popular figurine manufacturers, will be releasing a new sexy swimsuit version of Lala Satalin Deviluke under the Ryu-NS brand. Lala Satalin Deviluke is the first princess of the alien planet Deviluke and the female protagonist of the first To Love-Ru manga. In the sequel, To Love-Ru Darkness, she takes a backseat to other heroines and becomes a minor character. Cheerful, full of enthusiasm but also a bit childish, Lala embodies innocence in almost all of its forms despite having a bombastic body.

The figure itself depicts Lala in a very revealing bikini top, with shorts so small and tight that the back rides up straight into her ass; never to be seen again. Masterfully sculpted by Ryujin, the 1/6 scale 26.5 cm statue shows off every single bit of Lala’s toned body and curvature. Coupled with a cute face and flowing pink hair tied into twin ponytails, the princess of Deviluke couldn’t be more pleasant to look at; short of being naked, of course.

Take a peak or twenty at the bumps and curves on display with Ryu-NS’s latest figurine:


The Lala Satalin Deviluke Swimsuit Version figurine is now available for pre-order at online retailers such as AmiAmi for 11,800 JPY or on J-LIST for 150 USD. Lala is set to be released sometime in June of 2016, so patiently keep your pants on until she arrives.

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