This is a list of figures that have been released for the Shakugan no Shana series.
Figures come in various different types depending on how they were obtained or the quality of the figure itself. These include:
- Prepainted - assembled and painted figures
- Garage Kits - unassembled and/or not painted resin figures
- Trading- capsule toys (gashapon), candy toys (shokugan) and trading figures (very small and/or cheap figures and/or toys that come in blinded boxes)
Hybrid Active FigureEdit
A 23cm tall 1/6 scale action doll called the Flame-Haired Burning-Eyed Hunter Version was released in November 2006 by Azone as part of its Hybrid Active Figure line. It comes in a set with the winter Misaki Municipal High School uniform, Yogasa, a white sleeveless shirt and shorts, knee socks, and shoes. Accessories included are Alastor's Cocytus pendant, the Nietono no Shana, and melonpan. Yogasa can be cast off and the doll can be put in poses.
Azone have also manufactured both the winter and summer Misaki Municipal High School uniforms for use on their dolls.
Itō Noizi CollectionEdit
In October 2005, Bandai released a set of four trading figures based on works by Noizi Itō. Two of them depict Shana and the other two are based on illustrations in her art book, GU-RE-N. The first Shana figure is based on a color poster illustration for the third light novel volume, and the second is based on the title illustration for the short story, Shakugan no Shana when it was published in an official Dengeki Bunko bootleg magazine called "Dengeki Bunko" (電撃ヴンこ). Both of those illustrations were also published in GU-RE-N.
Tori-Colle!EditIn December 2006, Bandai added five Shakugan no Shana trading figures to its Tori-Colle! line. The five figures are: Shana A - Flame Haze version, Shana B - Karikari Mofumofu (カリカリモフモフ) version, Kazumi Yoshida, Wilhelmina Carmel, and Hecate. They are all 5cm tall. When a box of ten Tori-Colle! figures was bought, a message from Noizi Itō was included.
Figure Meister Itō Noizi Collection NeoEdit
On January 24, 2007, Bandai released another set of trading figures based on illustrations by Noizi Itō. Like the previous Itō Noizi Collection, all five figures for Figure Meister Itō Noizi Collection Neo are based on illustrations in the art book GU-RE-N. The first three are Shakugan no Shana figures. The Shakugan no Shana figures are: Shana A - Winter Present (冬のプレゼント) version, which is based on an illustration for the Dengeki Daioh in December 2004, Shana B - One-piece (ワンピース) version, which depicts Shana in a dress she wore in the second light novel volume, and Kazumi Yoshida, which is based on her design for the Shakugan no Shana Drama Disk. The Kazumi figure comes with parts allowing it to swap between the summer and winter Misaki Municipal High School uniforms. The last two figures are based on Itō's designs for Al-Azif and Etheldreda from Demonbane. Like the Tori-Colle! figures, a message from Noizi Itō was included with the purchase of a box of the figures.
Figure Meister Shana & Nanatsuiro SelectionEdit
The Figure Meister Shana & Nanatsuiro Selection set of trading figures by Bandai is the first of three sets featuring characters from both Shakugan no Shana and Nanatsuiro Drops, a visual novel featuring character designs by Noizi Itō. The two series had collaborated in the past. The set was released in February 2008 and is comprised of 5 figures with 3 from Shakugan no Shana; Shana (Flame Haze version), Shana (Casual Clothes (私服) version), and Wilhelmina Carmel. The other 2 figures are Prima Pramu (Sumomo Akihime) and Prima Asparas from Nanatsuiro Drops. The two Shana figures are based on illustrations promoting the anime series and the Wilhelmina figure is based on her design for the Shakugan no Shana Drama Disk.
Q-JOY Shana & Nanatsuiro SelectionEdit
The Q-JOY Shana & Nanatsuiro Selection set was released on the same month as the Figure Meister set as part of the Q-JOY line of articulate, unassembled trading figures. The lineup for the set is Shana and Kazumi Yoshida from Shakugan no Shana and Sumomo Akihime and Nona Yūki from Nanatsuiro Drops.
Figure Meister Half Prism Shana & Nanatsuiro SelectionEdit
In March 2008, the third and final Shana & Nanatsuiro Selection set was released. The figures, known as Half Prisms, depict the characters enclosed in triangular prisms, which can be put against each other to form a rectangular prism. The lineup for this set is Shana and Kazumi Yoshida from Shakugan no Shana and Sumomo Akihime, Nona Yūki, and Flora Koiwai from Nanatsuiro Drops. All the figures are depicted as being at the beach.
Dengeki Bunko Collection FigureEdit
A Shana trading figure was released in early September 2005 by Banpresto as part of the Dengeki Bunko Figure Collection 1 along with five other Dengeki Bunko heroines: Kana Iriya from Iriya no Sora, UFO no Natsu, Sadagiri Shinjou from The Ending Chronicle, Dokuro Mitsukai from Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-Chan, Kūgen Tenko from Our Home's Fox Deity., and Tama Katsura from Tengoku ni Namida wa Iranai as a secret variant. The figure is about 9cm tall and was jointly manufactured by Banpresto and Unifive.
DX Girls FigureEdit
In March 2006, Banpresto released 1/8 scale prepainted swimsuit version figures of Shana and Kazumi Yoshida under their DX Girls Figure (DXガールズフィギュア) line.
DX Girls Figure 2Edit
Three months after the first set, Banpresto released a second set of the DX Girls Figures. Again with Shana and Kazumi Yoshida, this time the figures are wearing pajamas.
In December 2012, FuRyu produced two Shana prepainted figures to be used as prizes for the Dengeki 20th Anniversary Festival, one with flaming-hair and one with black hair.
Good Smile CompanyEdit
Hecate/Trigon Leather Mobile Phone StrapEdit
The Nendoroid (ねんどろいど) series is a signature figure line of Good Smile Company. They depict characters from anime, manga or video game designed with a large head and smaller body to give them a cute appearance. Their faces and other body parts are exchangeable, giving them a range of different expressions and poses. Four Shana Nendoroids have been released. All Nendoroids are said to be sculpted by Nendoron (ねんどろん).
Nendoroid Petite Shakugan no Shana Second VIIIEdit
The Nendoroid Petite (ねんどろいどぷち) figures are about 6.5cm tall half the size of regular Nendoroids. The first Shana Nendoroid Petite was released on August 29, 2008 in a limited edition bundle with the eighth and final DVD volume of Shakugan no Shana Second. This Nendoroid Petite can be differentiated from the second one in that Shana has darker hair and does not come with Yogasa as an accessory.
Enpatsu Shakugan versionEdit
In November 2008, the first regular sized Shana Nendoroid, the Enpatsu Shakugan (炎髪灼眼, Flame-Haired Burning-Eyed) version, was released. It comes with three face and arm parts and Yogasa, Nietono no Shana, and the Cocytus pendant as accessories. The Nendoroid was given the joke Flame Haze title, "Flame-Haired Burning-Eyed Soother" (炎髪灼眼の癒し手 Enpatsu Shakugan no Iyashite ).
Dengeki Daioh versionEdit
The Dengeki Daioh (電撃大王) version Nendoroid was available via a mail order with an application from the September 2008 issue of Dengeki Daioh, a manga magazine which serialized the Shakugan no Shana manga series. After the application, it was released in December. Along with that issue of Dengeki Bunko was a List of Shakugan no Shana figures#Dengeki Daioh SisterS keychain made by Toy's Works. The cover of the issue is a collaboration illustration between Shakugan no Shana and Toradora! of Shana and Taiga Aisaka, which was illustrated by Ayato Sasakura, the illustrator of the Shakugan no Shana manga, and Zekkyō, the illustrator of the Toradora! manga.
Nendoroid Petite Dengeki Gakuen RPG: Cross of VenusEdit
In March 2009, another Nendoroid Petite of Shana was released in a set of four which was bundled with the limited edition of the video game, Dengeki Gakuen RPG: Cross of Venus, which features Shana and other Dengeki Bunko heroines. The other three characters in the set are; Taiga Aisaka from Toradora!, Kino from Kino's Journey, and Index from Toaru Majutsu no Index. This Nendoroid Petite can be differentiated from the first one in that Shana is wearing the winter Misaki Municipal High School uniform and Yogasa.
From 2008 to 2011, Griffon Enterprises released three 1/7 scale prepainted Shana color variant figures, which were sculpted by Minheru (みんへる). They are about 18cm tall and have transparent hair. The first of these figures was released in October 2008, but was later re-released in November 2011. The second version, called the Black Hair Clear (黒髪クリア) version, was released in May 2009. The last color variant, the Sweet Yellow (スウィートイエロー) version, was released in September 2009.
i-con Swimsuit versionEdit
In September 2012, Griffon Enterprises released a 1/8 scale prepainted Shana figure called the Swimsuit (水着) version. The figure was sculpted by i-con and is based on an illustration by Noizi Itō. The figure was later re-released in April 2013. The jacket of the figure can be cast-off.
In November 2007, GSI Creos added two Shana figures to its P:chara (Pキャラ) line; the Black Hair (黒髪) version and the Flame Hair (炎髪) version. The Black Hair version was a limited edition exclusive to the Dengeki 15th Anniversary Festival for Shakugan no Shana Second, which was airing at that time, while the Flame Hair version was obtainable via mail order using the November and December volumes of the Dengeki Daioh manga magazine and sent out in February 2008. The Black Hair version is wearing the summer Misaki Municipal High School uniform and comes with two accessories; a melonpan and a little doll of Yūji Sakai. The Flame Hair version is wearing the winter Misaki Municipal High School uniform and comes with three accessories; Yogasa, the Nietono no Shana, and a flame sword effect piece.
On April 28, 2007, Jun Planning released a Shana figure as part of their Moeart Collection (モエアート・コレクション) line. It is a 1/6 scale prepainted figure based on the illustration for the the fifth light novel volume. A limited edition black haired version was released with the mail order trader T.J GrosNet. Both versions were sculpted by Keisuke Sawada (澤田 啓介). The two figures come with the Nietono no Shana and Yogasa accessories , which can be cast off.
Another figure from the Moeart Collection produced by Jun Planning is a 1/1 scale, 10cm tall Shana-tan figure which could only be bought on the T.J GrosNet website. It comes with two extra hands which can be interchanged, one holding the Nietono no Shana and one holding melonpan. The figure is articulated at the neck, shoulders, arms, and hip.
Capsule Fortune ShanaEdit
In January 2014, Kaiyodo produced a set of five Shana capsule phone straps as part of their Capsule Fortune (カプセルおみくじ) series. As with other Capsule Fortune sets, the five straps each have a different probability of being obtained from a capsule, and each is attributed to a level of luck in order to read the owner's fortune. The figures on the straps are 5cm tall and were sculpted by Tomohide Enoki (榎木 ともひで), and the straps and figure costumes was produced by Eiichiro Matsumoto (松本栄一郎). The straps are:
- [Excellent Luck] Swimsuit Shana (【大吉】水着シャナ [Daikichi] Mizugi Shana ): Incidence rate about 16%
- [Good Fortune] Summer Uniform Shana (Flame-Haired Burning-Eyed) (【吉】夏制服シャナ[炎髪灼眼] [Kichi] Natsu Seifuku Shana (Enpatsu Shakugan) ): Incidence rate about 20%
- [Average Good Luck] Winter Uniform Shana (【中吉】冬制服シャナ [Chūkichi] Fuyu Seifuku Shana ): Incidence rate about 34%
- [Slightly Good Luck] Casual Clothes Shana (【小吉】私服シャナ [Shōkichi] Shifuku Shana ): Incidence rate about 34%
- [Bad Luck] Wounds All Over Body Shana (【凶】満身創痍シャナ [Kyō] Manshinsōi Shana ): Incidence rate about 10%
In October 2008, Konami added a set of eight Shakugan no Shana figures to its FIGUMATE line of small, super deformed trading figures. They are purchasable in boxes of ten, and like other FIGUMATE figures, their hair, head, body, hips, arm and leg pieces can be separated and joined to form combinations and are about 7cm tall. The figures are; Shana, Shana with melonpan, Shana Smiling (笑顔) version (with melonpan), Shana Flame Haze version (with sword), Fumina Konoe, Kazumi Yoshida, Yukari Hirai, and Shana Bandage (包帯) version, with the Shana Bandage version figure being rare.
Tsukuru Shirahige figuresEdit
In 2006, Kotobukiya released two 1/8 scale prepainted Shana figure variants, both of which were sculpted by Tsukuru Shirahige (白髭 創 Shirahige Tsukuru ). The first one, depicting a black-haired Shana, was released on August 14. It comes with melonpan accessories and the skirt can be cast off. A second version, called the Guren (紅蓮, Crimson) version, was released in September and was exclusive to the Kotobukiya Shop.
In April 2007, Kotobukiya released a 1/6 scale prepainted figure of Shana sculpted by Houjun Otoyama (乙山法純). It is based on an illustration by Sumie Kinoshita for volume 77 of Megami Magazine, released in October 2006, which was advertising Shakugan no Shana Tokubetsu-hen: Koi to Onsen no Kōgai Gakushū!. The figure was later re-released in late March 2008.
China Bikini and Candy Bikini versionsEdit
In February 2008, Kotobukiya released two 1/8 scale prepainted Shana variant figures; the China Bikini (チャイナビキニ) version and the Candy Bikini (キャンディービキニ) version. The China Bikini version depicts a black-haired, twintail Shana riding on a banana boat. In warm temperatures, the swimsuit becomes a little transparent. The Candy Bikini version depicts a flame-haired Shana sitting in a sandbox, and was sculpted by Munetoshi Makio (槙尾 宗利). Both figures were later re-released in March 2010.
1/8 scale figureEdit
In November 2007, Max Factory, a manufacturer affiliated with Good Smile Company, released an 1/8 scale prepainted Shana figure. The pose that the figure makes is based on the key visual illustration by Noizi Itō to promote the first anime series. The figure was sculpted by Takahiro Hashimoto (橋本 隆公).
Figma is an action figure series produced by Max Factory and distributed by Good Smile Factory. They are highly articulated and hand-sized figures and are all around 13cm tall. All Figma figures are said to be sculpted by Masaki Apsy (浅井 真紀 Asai Masaki ).
Flame Hair versionEdit
A Figma of Shana, called the Flame Hair (炎髪 Enpatsu ), was released in December 2008. It comes with stand to support poses where the figure can no longer stand by itself. It also has exchangeable hand and face parts and the Nietono no Shana and melonpan as accessories.
Black Hair versionEdit
The Black Hair (黒髪 Kurogami ) version was a limited edition mail order Figma. It could be mail ordered on December 2008 through two October 2008 magazines, Dengeki Hobby Magazine or volume 29 of Figure Maniacs Otome, as well as mail ordered from Dengeki's online shop, Dengekiya. The figure was then released in February 2009.
In March 2007, MegaHouse added a Shana action doll, called Hirai Yukari-san (平井ゆかりさん), to its Action Figure Collection+ line. It depicts Shana with twintails and is able to be put in different poses. It comes with two pairs of clothes that it can wear: the Misaki Municipal High School winter uniform and school swimsuit. Alastor's Cocytus pendant and a melonpan are included as accessories and optional hand parts. The figure is about 25cm tall.
New Vision ToysEdit
1/8 scale Shana and Kazumi YoshidaEdit
On February 7, 2016, New Vision Toys announced at the 2016 Winter Wonder Festival that they would release a 1/8 scale prepainted figure of Shana and Kazumi Yoshida. At the 2016 Summer Wonder Festival on July 24, they revealed the prototype of the figure and set 2017 as the figure's release date. The figure is likely based on an illustration by Noizi Itō depicting Shana with Sumomo Akihime, a character with a very similar design to Kazumi and from Nanatsuiro Drops, a visual novel which Itō also provided character designs for.
Noir, Strawberry and Alice Blue versionsEdit
In July 2008, Resinya!, a subsidiary of Cospa, released three 1/6 scale prepainted Shana color variant figures. They are called the Noir (ノワール), Strawberry (ストロベリー), and Alice Blue (アリスブルー) versions and depict Shana as a waitress. They all come with headphone accessories and were all sculpted by Hiroshi (ひろし) of the figure circle Sakurazensen (桜前線). Both the Strawberry and Alice Blue versions were limited edition exclusives to two different online anime goods retailers; the Strawberry version for Gee!STORE and the Alice Blue version for AmiAmi. The Alice Blue version was inspired by Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The concept for the figures may have arisen from an illustration by Noizi Itō at the end of the seventh light novel volume, which depicted Shana as a waitress and was printed on July 10, 2004.
Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax HG FigureEdit
To promote its 2D fighting game, Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, which features Dengeki Bunko characters including Shana, high grade prepainted prize figures of all 12 playable characters were produced by Sega. The Shana HG Figure was released along with Kirito from Sword Art Online in June 2015. Later in January 2016, Sega released a color variant of the HG Figure called the Game Color (ゲームカラー) version, and was again released with a similar Kirito figure. The colors of the figure are based on the thirteenth palette colors of Shana's sprite in the game.
Kuji Honpo figuresEdit
In March 2012, Taito produced two Shana color variant prepainted Shana figures as grand prizes for their Kuji Honpo lottery. The regular version depicts Shana with flaming-hair while the Karimofu Melonpan (カリモフメロンパン), which was a last-chance prize in the lottery, depicts her with black hair. The figures are based on an illustration by Noizi Itō used for the CD cover of Hishoku no Sora.
Palm Characters: Dengeki Bunko CharactersEdit
In March 31, 2003, Toranoana released a set of eight palm sized trading figures of characters from the Dengeki Bunko imprint, one of which was Shana. She was released along with Kino from Kino's Journey, Kana Iriya from Iriya no Sora, UFO no Natsu, Dokuro-chan from Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-Chan, Index from Toaru Majutsu no Index, Haruka Nogizaka from Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu, Sadagiri Shinjou from The Ending Chronicle, and Momo from Ballad of a Shinigami. Each character has two color variants.
In May 2007, Toranoana released a 1/8 scale prepainted Shana figure under their FineScenery line. Both her skirt and Yogasa can be cast off. The figure was sculpted by Meinashi.
Yukari Hirai and Flame Haze versionsEdit
In late August 2006, Toy's Works released two 1/8 scale, 17.5cm prepainted Shana figures, both variants of each other sculpted by Toufuku (倒福). The versions are called the "Yukari Hirai version" (平井ゆかりVer.) and the "Flame Haze version" (フレイムヘイズVer.).
Ceremony and Noir versionsEdit
In April 2007 Toy's Works released another another set of two 1/8 scale, 19cm prepainted Shana figures. They drew inspiration from the depiction of Shana on the cover of Shakugan no Shana Light Novel Volume S, where she is wearing the dress and hairstyle she wears in the side story Ceremony, but gave her an original pose. Like the name suggests, the Ceremony version is the color variant which matches the colors of the original depiction on the cover. They come with a postcard of the cover illustration. Three other color variants were later released; the Wedding version, the Strawberry Milk version, and the Casual version.
Guren no Sensei versionEdit
In July 2007, Toy's Works released the Guren no Sensei (紅蓮の宣誓, Crimson Oath) Shana figure to their Solid Works Collection line. For a limited time after its initial release, the figure comes with a postcard featuring the illustration on the cover of the fourteenth light novel volume.
In October 2007, Toy's Works released a color variant of the Ceremony version Shana figure, calling it the Wedding version. Like the Ceremony and Noir versions, it is 1/8 scale, 19cm and prepainted. Shana's dress was painted white to resemble a wedding dress.
Nekomimi and Himitsu versionsEdit
In January 2008, Toy's Works released another set of two color variant figures; the Nekomimi (ねこみみ, Cat Ears) version and the Himitsu (ひみつ, Secret) version. Both are 1/8 scale prepainted figures. The figures were designed under the full supervision of Noizi Itō.
Shana and Kazumi Yoshida 2-setEdit
In Jauary 2009, Toy's Works released a set of two 1/8 scale prepainted figures containing a Shana and Kazumi Yoshida figure, both wearing gym clothes. The two figures are purchased together in one box. The gym shorts of the figures are able to be cast off.
Tendōkyū no Shōjo and Unmei no Keiyaku versionsEdit
In December 2011, Toy's Works and Chara-Ani released two 1/8 scale prepainted Shana figure color variants that they had jointly produced, the The Girl From Tendōkyū (天道宮の少女 Tendōkyū no Shōjo ) version and the Contract of Fate (運命の契約 Unmei no Keiyaku ) version. The Girl From Tendōkyū depicts Shana with black hair and Contract of Fate depicts Shana with flaming hair. Both figures were sculpted by Yoshiyuki Nakayama (中山 善幸) and had been previously released in October 2006.
Dengeki Daioh figuresEdit
August 2006 issueEdit
The August 2006 issue of Dengeki Daioh, released on June 21, came with a Shana figure called the Flame-Haired Burning-Eyed Hunter version.
September 2006 issueEdit
The September 2006 issue, released on July 21, came with a Shana figure called the Melonpan Karimofu (メロンパンカリモフ) version.
October 2006 issueEdit
The October 2006 issue, released on August 21, came with a Shana figure called the School Swimsuit Twintail (スク水ツインテール Suku mizu tsuintēru ) version.
November 2006 releaseEdit
The August-October 2006 had come with tickets to allow another Shana figure to be mail ordered. The Shana figure that could be mail ordered was called the Shana-san lovey dovey (シャナさんデレデレ Shana-san deredere ) version.
August 2007 issueEdit
The August 2007 issue, released on June 21, came with a Shana figure called the Shakugan no Shana-tan Comic (灼眼のしゃなたんコミック) version. The figure comes with cat ears and Yogasa, which can both be removed.
September 2007 issueEdit
The September 2007 issue, released on July 21, came with a Kazumi Yoshida figure called the Gym Uniform (体操服) version. The figure comes with a red headband and dog ears, which are interchangeable, and the figure can even wear the cat ears from the previous month's Shana-tan figure.
October 2007 issueEdit
The October 2007 issue, released on August 21, came with a Hecate figure called the Prayer to the Master (主への祈り) version.
February 2008 releaseEdit
A Wilhelmina figure called the Peerless Combatant Skills (戦技無双) version was released in February 2008 to be purchased with the magazine.
September 2008 issueEdit
December 2011 issueEdit
Toy's Works Collection NiitengoEdit
Niitengo is the name of Toy's Works' line of miniature trading figures. Its sister figure series, appropriately named "SisterS", are even smaller figures attached to keychains.
Dengeki Daioh SisterSEdit
The September 2008 issue of Dengeki Daioh, released on July 26, came with a SisterS keychain of Shana. This issue of the magazine included a mail order application for the Dengeki Daioh version Nendoroid by Good Smile Company.
Collection Niitengo Shakugan no Shana SecondEdit
In November 2008, a set of ten Niitengo figures were released. The figures are; Shana Guren no Sōyoku (紅蓮の双翼, Wings of Crimson) version, Shana Shana-tan version, Cinderella no Shana, Kazumi Yoshida Bento (お弁当) version, Kazumi Yoshida Bag (かばん) version, Fumina Konoe Recorder (たて笛) version, Fumina Konoe Ice Cream (アイス) version, Hecate, Wilhelmina Shopping (お買い物) version, and Wilhelmina Manipulator of Objects version.
Dengeki Daioh December 2011Edit
The December 2011 issue of Dengeki Daioh, released on October 27, came with a Shana Niitengo. The clothes that the Shana Niitengo is wearing are similar to the ones worn by Shana during the latter episodes of Shakugan no Shana Second.
In the same issue, it was possible to mail order a set of three Niitengo figures which were released in April 2012. The set depicts Shana, Kazumi Yoshida and Fumina Konoe in pajamas and is called the Everyone Staying Over♥DokiDoki Pajama Party Set (みんなでお泊り♥DokiDokiパジャマパーティセット).
Niitengo SisterS Shakugan no Shana FinalEdit
In August 2012, a set of Niitengo SisterS keychains, with eight regular figures and one secret figure. The figures are; Shana-tan Karimofu (シャナたん かりもふ) version, Shana Flame Haze version, Shana Black Kitty (シャナ くろにゃんこ Shana Kuronyanko ) version, Kazumi Yoshida Doggy (吉田一美 わんこ Yoshida Kazumi Wanko ) version, Supreme Hecate-tan (頂のヘカテーたん Itadaki no Hekatē-tan ), Wilhelmina Carmel Shopping (ヴィルヘルミナ・カルメル 買い出し Viruherumina Karumeru Kaidashi ) version, Alastor, and Yūji Sakai. The secret figure depicts a sleeping Shana.
Collection Niitengo Shakugan no Shana FinalEdit
In November 2012, Toy's Works released another set of Niitengo figures, with nine regular figures and one secret figure. The regular figures are; Swimsuit Shana Water Gun (水着シャナ 水でっぽう Mizugi Shana Mizudeppō ) version, Shana Flame Hair (シャナ 炎髪 Shana Enpatsu ) version, Swimsuit Fumina Swim Ring (水着史菜 うきわ Mizugi Fumina Ukiwa ) version, Shana-tan Uruchai X3 (シャナたん うるちゃい×3) version, Swimsuit Yoshida-san Beachball (水着吉田さん ビーチボール Mizugi Yoshida-san Bīchibōru ) version, Wilhelmina Lingering Ribbon (ヴィルヘルミナ たなびくリボン Viruherumina Tanabiku Ribon ) version, Uniform Fumina Small Bird (制服史菜 小鳥 Seifuku Fumina Kotori ) version, Winter Clothes Yoshida-san Eve (冬服吉田さん イブの日 Fuyufuku Yoshida-san Ibu no Hi ) version, and Wilhelmina Not Used to Home Cooking (ヴィルヘルミナ 慣れない手料理 Viruherumina Narenai Teryōri ) version. The secret figure is a Shana figure with cat ears. When a box of the set is purchased, it comes with three papercraft accessories; a giant melonpan, the Persona mask, and a snowman.
Dengeki Heroines Figure Collection NiitengoEdit
A Shana Niitengo was one of a set of twenty Niitengos of various heroines from Dengeki light novels or manga called the Dengeki Heroines Figure Collection, which was released in March 2013 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of ASCII Media Works.
Toy's Works Collection DXEdit
Collection DX - Shakugan no ShanaEdit
In November 2006, Toy's Works released their first Collection DX, a set of six trading figures, with four alternate color variants. The six figures are: Shana A - flaming-haired with winter uniform and Nietono no Shana, Shana B - flaming-hair with underwear, Shana C - black hair with gym uniform, Wilhelmina Carmel, Shana D - black hair with swimsuit, and Kazumi Yoshida. The color variants are for Shana B, C, D, and Kazumi Yoshida. The set was re-released in November 2011. The normal variant Shana D and Kazumi Yoshida figures depict the characters as they appear in the short story, Shakugan no Shana.
Collection DX - Shakugan no Shana IIEdit
In July 2008, Toy's Works released their second Collection DX, a set of six trading figures with four alternate color variants like the first. The six figures are: Shana A - based off the cover illustration for ninth light novel volume, Shana B - black hair wearing a cheongsam while training at Tendōkyū, Shana C - in a swimsuit as she appears during the ninth anime episode, Kazumi Yoshida, Shana D - flaming-hair with white dress, and Hecate - wearing a white dress. The color variants are for Shana B, Kazumi Yoshida, Shana D, and Hecate. The set was re-released in January 2012.
Dengeki G's figuresEdit
Dengeki G's Festival! Anime Volume 1Edit
In the first volume of the magazine Dengeki G's Festival! Anime, released in February 2008, trading figures of Shana and Fumina Konoe were included. Both figures have skirts that can be cast off. The figures are alternate versions of two figures that would be in the second Toy's Works Collection DX released in July 2008. Also included with the magazine was a deck of playing cards featuring art from both the light novels and anime series.
The figure manufacturer Yamato had announced a trilogy of prepainted Shakugan no Shana figures, but ultimately only released two.
In January 2007, Yamato released their first Shana figure, called Trilogy Chapter 1: Destiny (三部作 第一章 -運命- Sanbu-saku Daiisshō -Unmei- ), which was sculpted by Hitoshi Katō (加藤仁志). It comes with the Nietono no Shana sword and flame effect part and is around 14.5cm tall. It is based on an illustration of Shana by Noizi Itō for the first season of the anime series.
In May 2007, Yamato released their second Shana figure, called Chapter 2: Scorching (第二章 -灼熱- Dainishō -Shakunetsu- ). The figure is around 14.5cm tall. It comes with two Nietono no Shana accessories; an ABS one and a die cast one. The figure was re-released in February 2009.
SR Series Capsule FiguresEdit
Yujin, now a part of Takara Tomy A.R.T.S, released a set of 10 capsule figures on 31 December, 2006, 5 of which are secret variants. The normal variants are Shana: Flame-Haired Burning-Eyed Hunter, Shana: Misaki Municipal High School Uniform, Margery Daw, Wilhelmina Carmel, and Kazumi Yoshida. The first four secret variants are different versions of the normal variants. The secret variant for Kazumi Yoshida is Hecate.
In January 2008, Yujin released an action figure of Shana to its Super Real DX Dolls line. The figure is 14cm tall and is articulated in twenty-six places. It comes with a stand that supports the figure when it is in poses where it can no longer stand by itself.