Bakemonogatari’s sexy and shy snake girl, Sengoku Nadeko, has been recreated in PVC plastic – yet this rendition shines above the rest in its rather fashionable selection of ensemble seen only in rare occasion.
Unlike her usual Bakemonogatari mode of dress, or her Nisemonogatari attempt at being tempting, this variant of the supernaturally possessed middle schooler is by far the most plain lovely of them all. And a fine aspect which couldn’t be any more fitting is her fantastically sculpted facial expression which sports a cheerful charm reminiscent to starting the day with classmates. Yet surpassing a mere smile, she offers a wink as well – and one which contains a degree of cuteness akin to a high frequency laser beam of moe.
The attire is marvelous in that her physique is given emphasis, one can indeed indulge and revel in her seductive curves which certainly are difficult to miss – yet the excellence in this exquisite display specifically is that her form is highlighted without going out of character. The presentation is modest, innocent, and well-meaningly cute – keeping true to the earnest little girl she actually is, instead of being something akin to the excessively obsessed rendition of bloated efforts as seen in Nisemonogatari.
And as if the final boss isn’t powerful enough, she also comes equipped with an adorable orange ribbon – which aside from contributing to the moe factor by itself, is also immensely potent in that it works in conjunction with the other elements of high contrasting orange, serving to skillfully drive interest all around her lavishing pure maiden body.
Now of course, another, and perhaps the most significant detail of her sublime appearance is the upbeat pose she employs which looks to almost reel one into her state of joy. She’s clearly rather prosperous in sentiment – and the spectacular item to note is that she looks quite welcoming, or rather, her mood of satisfaction is explicitly directed at the onlooker, managing to ensnare like a carnivorous reptile indeed.
This snake can be captured for further examination at one’s own discretion.