At last weekend's WonderCon Anaheim, Kotobukiya previewed the sculpt for the upcoming Bishoujo line figure of DC Comics super heroine Black Canary, as tweaked by Shunya Yamashita. Get a look after the jump.
Doujin and ero-manga creator Toshirou Chiba from Celluloid Acme has a pretty evident affection for strong ladies, as seen in his doujinshi parodies of Naruto, Dragon's Crown, Dorohedoro and the like. A reader of American superhero comics, he's recently illustrated a series of mashups featuring the women in that genre, mixed up with the ship girls of KanColle. Check out the results after the jump.
Gender war never changes. Figure maker Kotobukiya has teased the introduction of Metal Gear Solid into their bishoujo cute girl (and women) statue line with Sniper Wolf coming later this year. Also teased is the Street Fighter Sakura figure. Get a look after the jump.
In time for this weekend's Winter Wonder Festival figure event, Kotobukiya has posted Shunya Yamashita's design for their Bishoujo line figure of DC Comics' Titans heroine Raven on their English Facebook page. Along with this, fans has the event spotted the designs for the line's figure of Marvel Comics' Lady Deadpool. Get a look after the jump.
Figure maker Kotobukiya has teased Shunya Yamashita's designs for Raven, set to join Titan teammate Starfire in their line of DC Comics inspired Bishoujo figures. And speaking of Kotobukiya and DC Comics, they've previewed a set of Li'l Gotham Japanese style two inch soft PVC mini-figures with Batman's heroes and villains. Get a look after the jump.
Kotobukiya continues their lineup of bishoujo-inspired statues combining the superheroines and villains of DC Comics with Shunya Yamashita with popular Justice League sorceress Zatanna. Along with this, they've previewed Rebuild of Evangelion - EVA-13 Eva Pseudo-Evolution 3+ Phase 1/400 scale Plastic Model, the Frame Arms Girl - Gourai plastic model and Captain Earth - Earth Engine Impacter plastic model. Get a look after the jump.
Following previews at San Diego Comic-Con and Wonder Festival, illustrator Shunya Yamashita has posted his designs for upcoming Marvel, DC, Tekken and Street Fighter bishoujo figures, set to be released by Kotobukiya in 2015. Get a look after the jump.
Warner Bros. has announced that Wonder Woman will be played by 28 year-old Israeli actress and model Gal Gadot in the currently untitled 2015 Superman-Batman live-action movie. More after the jump.
After roughly previewing a bishoujo figure of DC Comics' Black Canary back in February, Kotobukiya has now offered a look at the Shunya Yamashita illustration that was serve as the basis for the statuette. The next bishoujo figure is the June release of X-Men's Kitty Pryde. Canary should be out in the third quarter along with a bishoujo figure take on Tekken's Ling Xiaoyu. Get a look after the jump.
Superman isn't just a superhero, he's the original superhero, setting the template for every other do-gooder who came after him. Screenwriter David S. Goyer found writing the upcoming Superman reboot Man of Steel to be a real challenge--more after the jump!
After a three week introduction to a "Japanese manga-style version of Wonder Woman," DC Comics' digital Ame-Comi series has turned its attention to bishoujo Batgirl. Sanford Greene draws the new take on Batgirl and Robin as they confront adversary Poison Ivy. Get a preview after the jump.
DC Comics has recently spun their line of Ame-Comi bishoujo figures into its own "Japanese manga-style" digital comics, but the original 3D versions are also still getting some love from the publisher. Harley Quinn is getting a second version, while Superman villain(ess) Brainiac is being represented as what looks like a busty version of a Matrix squid. Get a peep after the jump.
The heroes and villains of DC fighter Injustice: Gods Among Us made an apperance at E3 in a special trailer showing off each character's unique moves! Dash past the jump to check out what the roster of Injustice can do!
Superhero movies aren't going away anytime soon thanks to the incredible success of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, The Avengers. Fly past the jump to see what steps Warner Bros. is taking to get DC's Justice League to the big screen!