New Magical Girl Merch Is Cute AND Practical

New Magical Girl Merch Is Cute AND Practical
(Source: Tokyo Otaku Mode)

There’s no such thing as too many opportunities to show magical girl love.

It seems like companies are constantly releasing something new — clothes, makeup, even hair care. But two of today’s most popular series are offering some new magical girl merch that’s not only adorable but also useful!

Madoka Magica Specs — See the Entropy!

New Magical Girl Merch Is Cute AND Practical
(Source: Tokyo Otaku Mode)

Fans can make their favorite magical girl a regular part of their style. DUO RING is offering five sets of eyeglass frames themed to the five leads of Puella Magi Madoka Magica — and yes, they are for prescription lenses!

You can get a closer look at the designs on the official website. Homura’s, Sayaka’s, and Kyoko’s each have their unique soul gem design. Madoka’s bears her distinctive rose bow and arrow shape. And Mami’s integrate her corkscrew hair design! Every pair also comes with a Soul Gem patterned glasses case and a specially illustrated cloth.

Each frame runs 14,000 yen, and requires prescription lenses to be bought separately. But once you do, you’ll be able to show your meguca love wherever you go! SO.

Moonlight Write — Sailor Moon Pen Collection

New Magical Girl Merch Is Cute AND Practical
(Source: Tokyo Otaku Mode)

Because fandom is welcome in the classroom (and office), too. Remember the Sailor Guardians’ transformation pens? They can be yours! Except this time, they’re real pens. (Sorry, no mention of whether they’ll help you remember your destiny as a space princess.)

The set, created by Gashadepa and released by Premium Bandai, includes five tiny pens in a pretty presentation box. All of them are functional pens, and yes – the Moon Stick lights up.

And if you’d like to display one of them on its own, they also come with custom plastic stands so you can show them off one by one.

The set is being released in January, but you can preorder yours now for 7,344 yen from Premium Bandai.


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