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Reikenzan: Hoshikuzu-tachi no Utage, Oubu Figure

=.= So yeah, this is actually more like a question. Since there has been a spurt in Chinese Anime, I have been keeping an eye for any figures related to those over here. To no avail obviously. Thats why this post.

The one figure I really hoped for was Oubu from the Anime Reikenzan. Today while watching the Chinese Anime "Fox Spirit Match-Maker", I came across an AD for another figure Tushan Susu ( which again is missing here). Googling for that, I came across an Oubu figure. Oubu from Reikenzan: Hoshikuzu-tachi no Utage. Now I have been searching for Oubu over here since Reikenzan started broadcasting, to no avail.

I went through the rules about posting item entries and read that any unlicensed figures are prohibited from being listed here and thought maybe it could be just a rip off, since all my searches pointed to Chinese sites.

Now that is the confusing part , because I found AmiAmi has it listed, meaning its licensed.

I take it that Chinese Anime merchandise is not listed here, only Japanese. Am I right?

Link to Oubu news.actoys.net...
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littlefishgirl (1年前) #13306304I think this has come up in relation to this particular figure before, but I've been curious as well about it. I don't have any knowledge of the show save what I just looked up on ANN, but it looks like it is an anime, just based on a Chinese novel? It would seem like if we're excluding things based the source material, then Howl's Moving Castle and many other things shouldn't be included either.
If we're basing exclusion on where the figure company is located, then I would think the World of Nintendo and Funko Pop game/anime figures would be excluded from the database, as Jakks Pacific and Funko are North American companies.
I'm not trying to to argue with MFC policy or anything like that, just slightly baffled and curious. It's quite possible I'm missing some important info in regards to why this is the way it is. Further enlightenment would be appreciated!

To be added, an item has to be either of JP origin or JP manufacturer. That's Pops like Miku are allowed (JP origin) but not say, the Adventure Time ones.
1年前
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littlefishgirl (1年前) #13306304I think this has come up in relation to this particular figure before, but I've been curious as well about it. I don't have any knowledge of the show save what I just looked up on ANN, but it looks like it is an anime, just based on a Chinese novel? It would seem like if we're excluding things based the source material, then Howl's Moving Castle and many other things shouldn't be included either.
If we're basing exclusion on where the figure company is located, then I would think the World of Nintendo and Funko Pop game/anime figures would be excluded from the database, as Jakks Pacific and Funko are North American companies.
I'm not trying to to argue with MFC policy or anything like that, just slightly baffled and curious. It's quite possible I'm missing some important info in regards to why this is the way it is. Further enlightenment would be appreciated!

I looked up Reikenzan, and it seems it's animated by Studio Deen (Japanese), but its producers are 2 Chinese companies (Tencent Comics & Haoliners Animation League) which might make it disqualified from MFC...

But I'm just guessing here, so we'll need a mod to confirm/deny this.
1年前
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littlefishgirl (1年前) #13306304I think this has come up in relation to this particular figure before, but I've been curious as well about it. I don't have any knowledge of the show save what I just looked up on ANN, but it looks like it is an anime, just based on a Chinese novel? It would seem like if we're excluding things based the source material, then Howl's Moving Castle and many other things shouldn't be included either.
If we're basing exclusion on where the figure company is located, then I would think the World of Nintendo and Funko Pop game/anime figures would be excluded from the database, as Jakks Pacific and Funko are North American companies.
I'm not trying to to argue with MFC policy or anything like that, just slightly baffled and curious. It's quite possible I'm missing some important info in regards to why this is the way it is. Further enlightenment would be appreciated!
The best I can give you is to ask a mod.
1年前
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BlueRain (1年前) #13303174I see, so do you have any particular "site" in mind dedicated to Chinese pvc figure releases like MFC ?I don't know. MFC is the only site I use. Sorry.
1年前
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I think this has come up in relation to this particular figure before, but I've been curious as well about it. I don't have any knowledge of the show save what I just looked up on ANN, but it looks like it is an anime, just based on a Chinese novel? It would seem like if we're excluding things based the source material, then Howl's Moving Castle and many other things shouldn't be included either.
If we're basing exclusion on where the figure company is located, then I would think the World of Nintendo and Funko Pop game/anime figures would be excluded from the database, as Jakks Pacific and Funko are North American companies.
I'm not trying to to argue with MFC policy or anything like that, just slightly baffled and curious. It's quite possible I'm missing some important info in regards to why this is the way it is. Further enlightenment would be appreciated!
1年前
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bambipie (1年前) #13295930It has to have either a Japanese origin or Japanese manufacturer to be in the MFC database. Even if it looks like anime, it still has to originate in Japan or be an item manufactured by a Japanese company.
Even I have a figure on preorder that is not in MFC. HobbyMax's Girls Frontline Mauser. It's a Chinese game and a Chinese manufacturer so it won't be in the database. If GSC made the figure, it could be. If HobbyMax made a character from a Japanese anime, it could be on MFC.
Another example would be the new Korra nendoroid.
I think I got all that right and I hope it helped.


I see, so do you have any particular "site" in mind dedicated to Chinese pvc figure releases like MFC ?
1年前
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It has to have either a Japanese origin or Japanese manufacturer to be in the MFC database. Even if it looks like anime, it still has to originate in Japan or be an item manufactured by a Japanese company.
Even I have a figure on preorder that is not in MFC. HobbyMax's Girls Frontline Mauser. It's a Chinese game and a Chinese manufacturer so it won't be in the database. If GSC made the figure, it could be. If HobbyMax made a character from a Japanese anime, it could be on MFC.
Another example would be the new Korra nendoroid.
I think I got all that right and I hope it helped.
1年前
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