Bootleg Warning: Nendoroid Petite - Puella Magi Madoka Magica (GSC)

There are currently bootleg versions of Good Smile Company's figures being sold on online auction and marketplace websites.

These bootleg figures are made illegally based off the original versions without permission from Good Smile Company, and hence we unfortunately cannot offer any support for these bootleg figures. There are also many cases where these bootleg figures still feature the official logos of Good Smile Company or the companies we distribute for, however these logos are also not used with any permission. Always take care when buying goods online.

- Note -

Below is one example of a bootleg figure, please note that is is only one possibility. You should always be on the look out for anything suspicious. 
Also note that there can be bootlegs of various figures, not just the examples shown on this website.

Left: Bootleg Version / Right : Official Version

 

● Homura Akemi (Puella Magi): Hand

On the bootleg version, Homura's arms are connected together, on the official version they are seperated.


● Kyouko Sakura (Puella Magi): Chest Area Paintwork

The bootleg version has even the areas what should be skin-colored painted white. The official version has it painted the correct skin color.


● Kyouko Sakura (Puella Magi): Clothes

The bootleg version has a layer of clothes missing.


● Madoka Kaname (Puella Magi) and Kyubey

The bootleg version has Kyubey's tail turning upwards, while it's pointed toward Madoka on the official version.
Additionally, her body/skirt as well as her legs are connected together as single parts instead of being separated.


● Mami Tomoe (Puella Magi): Arms

The arms on the bootleg version are all a single color, whereas on the official version the different areas of skin are clear.
The shoulder and body parts are also stuck together as a single part on the bootleg version. 


● Sayaka Miki (Puella Magi): Hand and Skirt

The fingers on the bootleg version are facing backwards and the arms are connected to the body as a single part.
Additionally, the skirt is all painted a single color on the bootleg version.


● Ultimate Madoka: Wings & Arms

The bootleg version is all connected together as a single part, instead of having removable parts.


●Ultimate Madoka's Skirt

The bootleg version does not feature the 'universe' pattern, and the legs are permanently connected to the body.


● Homura Akemi (School Uniform): Glasses & Uniform

The glasses are permanently attached to the figure on the bootleg version, and the ribbon and skirt are all a single part.


●Homura Akemi (School Uniform): Skirt

The white line pattern on the skirt does is not correctly separated on the bootleg version.



● Kyouko Sakura (Casual): Hand and Body

The bootleg version's snack, shoulders, hips and legs are all a single part, not separated like on the official version.


● Madoka Kaname (School Uniform): Skirt

The skirt and the uniform are all a single part on the bootleg version, while they are separated on the official version.
Additionally, the white line pattern on the skirt does not have any breaks on the bootleg version.


● Mami Tomoe (School Uniform): Ribbon and Skirt

The ribbon and the skirt are all a single part on the bootleg version, while they are separated on the official version.
Additionally, the white line pattern on the skirt does not have any breaks on the bootleg version.


● Sayaka Miki (School Uniform): Ribbon and Skirt

The ribbon and the skirt are all a single part on the bootleg version, while they are separated on the official version.
Additionally, the white line pattern on the skirt does not have any breaks on the bootleg version.

 
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