Here is Villetta Nu, a character from Code Geass, yet another anime series that I am wholly unfamiliar with. Her hotness is obvious even to one as clueless as myself, though, and it wasn’t a difficult decision to pick up this figure.
Alright, I lied when I said “wholly unfamiliar,” I’ve read through the Wikipedia article so I already know what the series is about and how it ends. What I do not know is what the Ministry of Swimming is, which Villetta is apparently a part of. I’ll be honest, Villetta doesn’t look quite so much like a swimmer as a ho. Her outfit is rather ill-suited for the hundred meter freestyle (particularly as those newfangled aquablade suits are all the fashion these days).
Not that there’s anything wrong with looking like a ho. Apologies to any sex workers who might be reading this review.
One of the reasons I haven’t watched Code Geass is that I don’t like the effete, spindly-limbed dudes. I do really like the female character designs though, and I like Villetta best of all. I like golden eyes, and the dark skin provides a sharp and sexy contrast with both her eyes and hair.
Not to sound too uncultured, but Villetta has a spectacular ass, all the more enhanced by her undersized bikini. Far be it from me to provide fashion advice to a lady, but Villetta might want to move one size larger when shopping for swimsuit bottoms.
She comes with one gimmick; part of her torso detaches so that a pink schoolgirl shirt can drape across her shoulders. I completely forgot about it while taking pictures. Doubtless I’ll never put it back on Villetta anyway.
Her base is a transparent disc with a fleur-de-lis etched into it. I wonder what’s the significance of that. Did she try to get into Boy Scouts? Is she a Saints fan?
Villetta looks fantastic, hooker suit and all. This is a great, great figure, one that I’m happy to have.
There are a couple other figures in this line, one of Kallen and one of Shirley. I kinda want the Shirley figure, but she seems sold out most places.
I think I should’ve varied up the lighting a bit more in this photo set; I like how the photos with the stronger shadows turned out. I might experiment more with that lighting setup when I re-do my Haruka photos.