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Pre-Orders Now Open for 1/7 Scale Figure of Super Sonico Dressed as Hestia


Super Sonico is dressed as Hestia in the Super Sonico x Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? 1/7 scale figure on J-List.

Super Sonico was the curvy and bold answer to Hatsune Miku and her Barbie-esque status. Since her creation, Nitroplus’s busty mascot character has had many figure incarnations. She’s also been featured in many cosplay get-ups, including that of her Teal-haired rival. Today, we are looking at her newest venture into dressing up, with the Super Sonico 1/7 scale Hestia figure.


That’s right, the voluptuous rock star is now dawning the attire of Hestia, the tiny goddess from Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?. She’s got the hairstyle, the skimpy dress, and even the iconic “boob ribbon” that Hestia is known for. Sonico’s feminine assets really fill out Hesita’s dress. It appears to be an appropriate choice of outfit. In her squatting position, this figure is 17.5cm (6.9in) in height.

Nitroplus' cute and busty mascot is back with a new 1/7 scale figure made by Genco. Featuring Super Sonico cosplaying as a Hestia. She comes with her signature headphones and Hestia's white dress with boob ribbon. Sonico looks absolutely gorgeous in Hestia's costume and hairstyle, we love it! Another great figure to your Super Sonico collection.

The Super Sonico x Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? figure is scheduled to release in August 2018. She'll cost you $220 in J-List, but you can get 10% off if you pre-order.

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