My Hero Academia Himiko Toga Arrives at Good Smile Company

Coming straight out of the highly popular anime series, My Hero Academia, Good Smile Company announces another Nendoroid figure. This new figure is from the legendary League of Villains as the lovely killer Himiko Toga has arrived. They have miniaturized her down into an adorable size and pack her full of detail and accessories. She will come with three different face plates, a standard smile, blushing with smile, open mouth, and the open mouth versions ill come with a tongue attachment to make a fourth. On top of her facial expression, My Hero Academia Himiko Toga will also come with her villain costume that includes her body gear and her mask. Good Smile Company has also indulged a bloody knife accessory and a text effect to go with it.

My Hero Academia has done a great job to not only bring a rich story to the heroes but the villains. Himiko Toga has a standard anime look but it is the killer side of her that is so intriguing. This Nendoroid series version of her does not hold back and include a great amount of customizable piece to allow a nice variety of poses. The My Hero Academia Nendoroid Himiko Toga from Good Smile Company is priced at roughly $46. She is expected to release in November 2020 and pre-orders are already live and can be found here.

My Hero Academia Nendoroid Himiko Toga from Good Smile Company
Himiko Toga, photo from Good Smile Company.

"Isn't blood cute? I love it so much. From the popular anime series "My Hero Academia" comes a Nendoroid of Himiko Toga, member of the League of Villains! She comes with three face plates including a devilish standard expression, an expression with her mouth open (which comes with an alternate mouth part without her tongue sticking out) and a sinister smiling expression that looks as though she can barely hide one of her schemes. Her special equipment and a bloody knife are included to recreate scenes of her gathering blood to use her "Transform" Quirk, along with a text plate for recreating action scenes. Be sure to add her to your collection."

About Tyler Roberts

He has been the Collectibles Editor since late 2019. Funko Funatic, Historian, Air Force Veteran, and dedicated collector of many things.

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