Bishoujo "Street Fighter" R. Mika Goes On Sale - Sculpt Of Bishoujo "Child's Play" Chucky Revealed

Look for the pro-wrestler in March/April 2017

This week, figure makers/sellers Kotobukiya launched pre-orders for their latest Bishoujo figure designed by Shunya Yamashita. Up next from Street Fighter is "Rainbow" Mika Nanakawa. Look for the pro-wrestler in March/April 2017. 


A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import!Kotobukiya continues its hit line of incredible Street Fighter Bishoujo Statues, adding another beautiful lady to the current collection including Cammy, Chun-Li, Poison, and more. Up next is the enthusiastic wrestler who first appeared in Street Fighter Alpha 3, RAINBOW MIKA! Born Mika Nanakawa, the girl rose through the ranks of Iwashigahama Japan Women’s Pro-Wrestling under the tutelage of Yoko Harmageddon before seeking out her idol Zangief. Rainbow Mika (also known as R. Mika) now comes to the ring in an impressive new Bishoujo Statue presentation showing off everything the fans love about her!


The flamboyant wrestler is ready to meet her opponent as she issues her challenge to the crowd! Rainbow Mika poses before her match with microphone in hand, showing off her stunning physique.Her outrageous outfit is designed for for freedom movement AND to be a crowd pleaser with its blue and white leotard that has lots of strategic cutouts and frilled edges, a matching blue mask and hair bands, and reinforced lace up white boots. Mika’s impressive curves are on full display as she leans over one knee, arching her back to look up to the audience while speaking into her handheld microphone. Look closely to see the wrestler’s bright blue eyes and the happy expression on her face!


Sculpted by Masahiro Takahashi (Gill Gill), Rainbow Mika stands almost 8 inches tall (1/7 scale) leaning to one side on her specially designed display base. R. Mika will dominate your shelf standing alone or alongside other Street Fighter Bishoujo Statues from Kotobukiya!




At New York Comic Con they previewed the sculpt for the bishoujo take on Child's Play horror movie villain Chucky: 



Speaking of Shunya Yamashita, the artist has posted his take on Your Name, the ladies of Shin Godzilla, Girls Und Panzer's Saunders high and Pokémon Go:



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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