Move over, Equestria Girls! My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and Kotobukiya are teaming up for a new line of bishoujo statues that transform the mane cast of the people all-ages Hasbro cartoon into fully-fledged anime girls, and Pinkie Pie is the first pony to get the moe treatment. Hit the jump to learn more.
As you get ready to sit back for some Saturday anime, here are some treats. Twin Star Exorcists' Yoshiaki Sukeno sketched a tribute to Occultic;Nine's Ryoka Narusawa, noting that he's been quite impressed with the anime's showing of her chest-motion. Shuya Yamashita, the artist best known for the designs on Kotobukiya's Bishojo line of figures based on fighting games, superheroes and horror movies, offered his take on the titular Izetta: The Last Witch heroine.
With the Psycho-Pass movie in Japanese theaters, Shunya Yamashita, best known for designing Kotobukiya's bishoujo figures of the heroines of DC, Marvel, Street Fighter, Tekken and Star Wars, has posted his take on film's version of Akane Tsunemori. Shirow Miwa, known for his work on the manga Dogs and with the band Supercell has done an Enforcer version of [email protected] Cinderella Girls' Takeuchi-P, as well as Durarara!! tribute.
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.
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.
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.
You might know the work of bishoujo illustrator Shunya Yamashita from Kotobukiya's redesigns of the women of Marvel, DC Comics and so on. The artist isn't the most prolific Twitterer, but when he posts sketches, like this spring Girls und Panzer pic, they're always worth noting. This week he treated fans to his take on Flowers of Evil's Sawa Nakamura. Get a look at the results after the jump.