An Interview With Actar

January 29, 2010

Recently, I was interviewed by Singapore Media News Site OMY! over my figure collection. You can view the interview below:

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Stuff for Sale

January 25, 2010

To prepare for an imminent attack on my wallet, I’m currently selling off a number of things at pretty reasonable prices.


I also have a vintage Sasaki Makie Negima! figure from Negima that’s going for only 35 USD + 15 USD shipping


If you are interested in any of these items, don’t hesitate to contact me @ (^o^)

The Year of Anime Movies and Sadness

January 24, 2010

Rant alert, but it’s a good emotional rant, so do read on. (^.^) With the Nanoha Movie finally premiering in Japan, the year of Anime movies and sadness begins. What am I talking bout? Well, let’s just take a look at how many Anime Movies, based on various series that I hold near and dear, are showing this year:

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More Azone Yui Moeness!

January 22, 2010

Seriously, who can get enough of Yui? I know I can’t. Following up on the latest episode of Actar’s Reviews are a couple more pictures of Azone Yui in her various outfits. Enjoy!

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Actar’s Reviews 136: Yui Hirasawa AZONE Doll

January 20, 2010

As someone who is a self-declared worshipper of Moe Personified, Yui, how can I pass up on this gorgeous doll? From Azone International, with the utmost care and attention to detials, comes this non-scale doll of Hirasawa Yui, everyone’s favorite Moe-Blob from the Music-filled Anime K-On!. Be prepared to be blown away!

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Some BiriBiri Randomness

January 15, 2010

A chance meeting?!

More randomness from Actar as I compile and revise upcoming reviews and articles… The thing about holidays is that there’s always ‘tomorrow’. As one of you guys said, holidays just means more time for procrastination. (^.^;)

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Lucky Star Figma Face Chart

January 12, 2010

Something really interesting I found while browsing Gelbooru.

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