This isn’t actually my complete collection. I have some of those cute little enamel pins, only I don’t remember where I put them (ack!) and since taking these photos, I picked up the Funko Pop! versions of the Kagamine twins, but I didn’t think it was worth photographing them. (Gotta say, though, I love the fact that the sub-series is called Pop! Rocks. I always used to love those Pop Rocks candies…) Also I couldn’t photograph Project Diva f because I only have the download version, and I couldn’t photograph Project Diva f 2nd because I got it used and it’s in one of those plain GameStop boxes because whoever sold it back to them didn’t sell them the box. 😦
My collection is sorely missing any representation of Meiko, apart from one of those pins I can’t find. 😦 I was hoping to find some at the convention last weekend, but all they had was one over-priced Nendoroid Petit. But a couple of days ago I ordered a nifty Meiko from Amazon, so that’ll be changing soon. 🙂 (Also ordered Kaito and Rin, but Rin’s coming from Japan, so she won’t be here for a long time. Which is sort of annoying, ’cause she was the one I was actually shopping for at the time. The others were just in the same line and I couldn’t pass them up.)
Anyway, there’s another angle on the group shot above that makes a few things easier to see while obscuring others:
The doll in the Licca-chan Miku’s lap is one of the Littlest Pet Shop mini-Blythes. I added her to my Vocaloid group because with those pink twin-drills, she looks like Teto. (I know, Teto’s not a Vocaloid. But close enough! Especially since she’s an extra character in the Project Diva f games.) The thing behind the tall Luka figurine is the soundtrack to Project Diva f, in case anyone was wondering.