"Robotics;Notes" Frau Koujiro Figure Programmed For Summer

First half of anime out on home video in North America today

Coincidentally timed for today's North American release of the first half of Robotics;Notes, preorders have just launched for Good Smile Company's 1/8th statue scale of 5pb.'s third science adventure's genius programmer, Frau Koujiro.

 

Frau Koujiro

The genius programmer, Frau Koujiro!

From the popular scientific adventure game and anime series 'Robotics;Notes' comes a 1/8th scale figure of Frau Koujiro, the genius programmer who loves to speak in internet slang. The figure is based on the cover of the 1st volume of the 'ROBOTICS;NOTES REVIVAL LEGACY' manga.

She is posed gazing ahead while holding onto a figure of her beloved Gunvarrel, with her characteristic hairstyle and uniform both sculpted in careful detail. She is seated on her favorite sofa while surrounded by Pocki packages, which all come together to create a figure that brings out her character perfectly!

 

Product Details

Product Name
   Frau Koujiro (こうじろふらう)
Series
   Robotics;Notes
Manufacturer
   Good Smile Company
Category
   1/8th Scale
Price
   ¥10,800  
Release Date
   2014/07
Specifications
   Painted 1/8th scale PVC figure with stand included. Approximately 150mm in height.
Sculptor
   Ajiken

 

 

 

 FUNimation's description of the series, released in DVD/Blu-ray combo packs

Kai and Aki dream of building a giant fighting robot based on a super-popular anime, but that's going to be impossible if they don't get more members into their school's Robot Research Club. They'll take anyone they can talk—or force—into joining them, including an eccentric robotics champion with a secret identity and a l33t video-game designer who's spent one too many late nights online. Finally, their goal looks like it's within reach.

But when a sentient AI program tells Kai about mysterious documents hidden on the internet, things start to get strange for everyone. As the club members track down the secret messages, they realize that the information might be far bigger—and more dangerous—than they expected.

 

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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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