With Winter Wonderfest earlier in the month, Kotobukiya posted a look at Shunya Yamashita's design illustration for their Bishoujo line figure of Street Fighter's Juri far ahead of its Q1 2015 release. And, following last week's kick off of New York Toy Fair 2014, they posted the event catalogue and an early look at DC Comics Bishoujo statue of Teen Titan's Starfire, due out this October. Get a look after the jump.
Last Halloween, figure maker Kotobukiya offered a silhouette teaser of two figures reimagining slasher movie killers as sexy bishoujo figures. Now, in time for Wonder Festival, there's a new look at designer Shunya Yamashita's gender-swapped Freddy and Jason. Get a look after the jump.
Kotobukiya has updated their plans for an ARTFX Bishoujo of the Star Wars Extended Universe's Mara Jade. Scheduled to be released in late May, the 1/7th scale figure is now slated to be packaged with two base graphics (Imperial seal or Rebel Alliance insigna) and different lightsaber hilts and colored blades. They've also teased the next Tekken Bishoujo figure. Get a look after the jump.
Fans of Sword Art Online’s busty little sister, rejoice! That Leafa figure from Kotobukiya is getting closer to us. She’s got a paint job now, and you can check out the pictures after the jump.
While Street Fighter's Cammy seemed plenty bishoujo to begin with, Kotobukiya sees what they can do to with a cute, yet impressively muscular statue due out in 2014. Get a look after the jump.
Japanese retailers have started accepting pre-orders for Kotobukiya's latest item, 30mm-size Danbo strap (Danboard charm). Danbo is, as you know, the cardboard robot from Kiyohiko Azuma's popular manga Yotsuba&!. Hit the jump for the details.
No, this isn't some internet-age gender swapping exercise. Marvel Comics introduced their Jessica Drew Spider-Woman character in 1977. Shunya Yamashita touch her up a bit for a bishoujo figure design, set to be released by Kotobukiya in June 2014. Get a look agter the jump.
Kotobukiya’s new Bishoujou Wonder Woman is finally up for pre-order, and just in time for some juicy Wonder Woman-based Batman vs. Superman gossip. Check out the details – and the pictures – after the jump.
No, it's not some weird Halloween/April Fools crossover. The idea was actually previously mentioned at New York Comic Con, but Kotobukiya picked today to hit Facebook with a teaser for two figures reimagining slasher movie killers as sexy bishoujo figures. Get a look after the jump.
Are you a fan of the finer things in life, like beautiful figures or Rage of Bahamut? Then good news for you: Kotobukiya’s new Dark Angel Olivia figure will knock your socks off. Hit the jump to see the pictures.
Recently, Kotobukiya has posted a series of illustrations from Shunya Yamashita, the artist whose designs serve as the inspiration for the figure maker's Bishoujo heroine line. The latest subjects pull from both Marvel and DC Comics, Street Fighter and even Star Wars' "Extended Universe." Get a look after the jump.