Wonder Festival 2017 Winter Figure Gallery

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Following the Wonder Festival 2016 Summer event in July 2016, the winter 2017 edition of WonFes has begun in Japan at the Makuhari Messe convention center on February 19.

As always, several previously revealed and upcoming Persona, Megaten, and general Atlus related figures are being shown off at the event.

Wonder Festival is one of the world’s largest figure festivals, and it takes place twice a year. The event hosts a variety of builds: from professionally made figures by large companies, to independently made garage kit models from hobbyists.

Most of these products are made by hobbyists and will not be available online, only being sold locally at the event. Others, usually the ones created by large manufacturers, will be available online later on.

Studio Figures

Max Factory

Hero (Persona 5)

The first appearance of a previously announced figure by Max Factory, featuring the Persona 5 protagonist in his Phantom Thief outfit.

Ann Takamaki (Persona 5)

Max Factory has announced that they will be releasing a figure for Ann Takamaki, from Persona 5, in the future.

Gwendolyn (Odin Sphere Leifthrasir)

The first appearance of the previously announced Gwendolyn figure from Odin Sphere Leifthrasir, from Max Factory.

Good Smile Company

Nendoroid Morgana (Persona 5)

Good Smile Company has announced a Nendoroid figure of Morgana from Persona 5 that they will be releasing in the future.

FREEing

Mara (Shin Megami Tensei)

FREEing has announced that they will be releasing a figure of Mara, a notable demon from the Shin Megami Tensei series, in the future. (Pictures via @HeeHawKun).

Pixie (Shin Megami Tensei)

FREEing has announced that they will be releasing a figure of Pixie, also a notable demon from the Shin Megami Tensei series, in the future. (Pictures via @HeeHawKun).

Kotobukiya

Persona 5 ARFX + Hero

A colored version of the Persona 5 protagonist figure by Kotobukiya previously announced and shown at the “Persona 20th Festival.” (Pictures via @amiamihobbynews)

Phat Company

Futaba Sakura (Persona 5)

A 1/8 scale figure of Futaba Sakura originally announced and shown at the “Persona 20th Fes” event. It has a “jacket mode” and a “Morgana mode,” where the figure can be rearranged. (Pictures [email protected]_kirie)

Aquamarine

previously announced figure, at Wonder Festival 2016 Summer, of Caroline and Justine from Persona 5. (via Dengeki)

Amakuni

Ann Takamaki (Persona 5)

The previously announced Ann Takamaki figure by Amakuni has been shown for the first time in color at Wonder Festival. (Picture via Hobby Japan)

Makoto Niijima & Johanna

A prototype of the “Makoto Niijima Phantom Thief Ver. & Johanna” figure, previously announced by Amakuni, is being shown for the first time at Wonder Festival. (Picture via Hobby Japan)

Flare

Gwendolyn

The previously announced Gwendolyn figure by Flare at Wonder Festival 2016 Summer is being shown off. (Picture via @smolvox)

Independent Garage Kits

Persona 5 Futaba Sakura

A figure of Futaba Sakura, form Persona 5, in her ordinary clothes.

Futaba Sakura Phantom Thief Ver. (from “Persona 5”)

A figure of Futaba Sakura, form Persona 5, in her Phantom Thief outfit. Her glasses are removable.

Ann Takamaki (from “Persona 5”)

A figure of Ann Takamaki in her Phantom Thief outfit.

Persona 5 Ann Takamaki

A figure of Persona 5‘s Ann Takamaki in her ordinary clothing. The prototyping process for this figure can be seen here.

Chibi Main Character & Arsene (from “Persona 5”)

A chibi figure depicting Persona 5‘s protagonist and his persona, Arsene.

Makoto Niijima (Phantom Thief Clothing ver.)

A 1/8 scale figure of Persona 5‘s Makoto Niijima in her Phantom Thief outfit.

Non-scale Morgana (from “Persona 5”)

A figure of Morgana from Persona 5.

  • Sculptor: @benikick
  • Price: 4,000 yen
  • Height: 65 mm

Futaba Sakura

A figure of Futaba Sakura from Persona 5 in her ordinary clothing.

Persona 5 Hero’s Mask

A 1/1 scale reproduced Phantom Thief mask of the protagonist’s in Persona 5, which can be used for cosplay.

Persona 5 Attack Knife

A signature weapon from Persona 5. Sold as an assembly kit.

Persona 5: Yusuke Kitagawa

A figure of Yusuke Kitagawa from Persona 5 in his ordinary clothing. Includes a decal.

Persona Mascots

A garage kit set featuring Persona series mascots: Morgana, Koromaru and Teddie.

Isabeau (From “Shin Megami Tensei IV”)

A garage kit featuring Isabeau from Shin Megami Tensei IV. (Picture via @HeeHawKun)

Toki (from “Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse”)

A garage kit featuring Toki from Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse. (Picture via @HeeHawKun)

  • Elemiel

    Being a Haru or Ryuji fan is suffering. It’s like Kanji all over again. ;_;

  • Vallen

    That shiny anne is cool

  • Ruise

    I can’t buy too many figures, so if I have to choose, I’d probably go with the new Velvet Room children.