These Fate/Zero cushions are manly as hell

10:00 AM on 12.05.2012 // Elliot Gay

So much man action

There's no hiding that Fate/Zero filled me with all sorts of happy feelings. It's one of my favorite shows from the past five years, and I go to bed every night while caressing my BD sets. 

Ok, that last part isn't true, but I wish it was.

The show might be over, but the merchandise certainly isn't. Coming in limited supply to Kotobukiya in February, these Dream Cushion covers will run you 4,725 Yen. They come in three sexy flavors: Rider, Archer or Lancer. If you're looking to grab one, I highly suggest you preorder now before the limited stock runs out. 

Anyone out there interested in grabbing these? I know some folks who would kill to have Gilgamesh on their pillow. 

[via Hachima]

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