VIDEO: "Yotsuba&!" Figures and Fun

Lovable manga girl promotes Japanese Blu-ray release of ET

Kiyohiko Azuma's delightful manga about a youthful view of the world, Yotsuba&!, is returning to the world of cross-promotion in a new commercial for the upcoming Japanese Blu-ray release of ET featuring the manga series' cardboard robot Danboard (or "Cardbo" in the ADV translation, or "Danbo" in Yen Press').

 

 

 

Danboard previously promoted Jaws

 

There's also a host of upcoming figures and merch in the near future: 

 

Yotsuba&! - Big Size Yotsuba Soft Vinyl Figure - due in December

Soft Vinyl Figure
Size: Appx. 23cm Tall
Material: PVC

 

 

Yotsuba&! - Danbou Assembly Kit

Assembled Size: Appx. 36cm Tall
Material: Danboard (corrugated cardboard)/ Sticker: Paper/ Plastic Screw: PVC

-A large sized Danbou assembly kit made of real corrugated cardboard.
-You can display it together with also being released soft vinyl "Big Size Yotsuba" figure.
-Plastic screw is used on the face and the arm and are posable.
-By putting a light system inside Danbou's head, you'll be able to make it eyes light.
-Please use separately sold craft glue for assembly.
-Detail up silver sticker is included in the set.

 

 

Yotsubato! Yotsuba Koiwai Plastic Model Kit

A KotobukiyA Japanese import! From the hit manga series Yotsubato! depicting the everyday adventures of the titular character comes a new model kit capturing the quirky young girl Yotsuba Koiwai! Dressed in her usual outfit for a day of adventure, she wears an orange and white long-sleeved shirt, olive shorts, and orange and white shoes. Yotsuba is comprised of 120 pre-colored plastic pieces eliminating the need for painting, and 15 points of articulation and multiple interchangeable face parts with a wide array of different expressions provide for an amazing number of display options! The energetic girl stands nearly 5 ½ inches tall and comes with some really fun accessories like a kazoo, camera, bubble wand, and stuffed teddy bear. Yotsuba makes for a great model kit displayed on her own, and even better alongside the previous Kotobukiya Danbo Plastic Model Kit from the YOTSUBATO! comic series.

Available April 2013.



2013 calendar

From Kotobukiya's Akihabara shop


And, not for sale, a DIY project


via Natalie AmiAmi  and @yotuba10y1d

 

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Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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