This is an awesome Japanese Import! Created by mangaka Go Nagai in the 70s, UFO Robot Grendizer was big in its day and now sits nicely as a “cult classic” in North America. Now, High Dream is bringing you an awesome die-cast Grendizer figure with a limited-edition chrome finish. He stands 6 inches tall and would look great, we think, on your display shelf or just anywhere on your desk, where you can enjoy a bit of nostalgia as you look upon this fantastic new item. Order now because he ships out later this month!
An almost cherubic version of the Clown Princess, this Ame-Comi Harley Quinn figure is at once a new take and a loving homage to her original costume– refreshing after all the redesigns.
She stands about 10 inches high and is made in brilliantly designed PVC. She includes a display base and is packaged in a display base for those collectors who prefer to stay mint.
Shipping this December, a new Holiday variant of the Ame-Comi CATWOMAN figure has been created by the folks at DC Direct. She still has her goggles and whip, but the costume is more than a little different. Take a look:
Candy-cane-inspired, Catwoman looks brilliant as a 9-inch PVC statue figure. Make room in your stocking for a great new version of the classic character.
Packaged in a 4-color window box with J-hook, this non-articulated PVC statue stands approximately 9.25” high.
It is that time of the year again. We have 4 booths at this year’s Montreal Anime and Manga convention held at the Palais des Congres (Convention center located in Montreal’s Chinatown). I love doing shows at this convention hall because I get to eat lots of chinese food. Ok, the food is not as good as NYC or Toronto…but I still get to eat some duck or BBQ/roast pork. I start off with a few curry buns and then get a good meaty lunch of porky goodness. At night, I get some steamed oysters with black beans and ginger along with some good stir fry. Enough food talk, see you at the show.
Exhibition Hall Hours:
Friday, August 3, 2012
5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Saturday, August 4, 2012
10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Sunday, August 5, 2012
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Palais des congrès de Montréal
201, Viger Avenue West
Montréal (Québec) H2Z 1H2, Canada
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We’re not sure why, but these little cat ears absolutely dominated Comic Con this year. No matter where you turned, someone was wearing them, letting their present mood be known to all the world– or so is Necomimi’s claim.
See, the folks at Necomimi insist that this is a brain-wave reading device. We’re not so sure it’s not connected to heat or pulse, but either way, people are loving these things. And it’s not just the anime contingent, either! Everyone seemed to be fond of them, men, women and children alike.
If you’re interested, head over to Necomimi and try to snag a pair!
White or Black? Light or Dark? Angel or Demon? You don’t have to decide, because you can grab both versions of the Teen Titans’ RAVEN right here! Take a look and snag one or both of these brand new Ame-Comi figures!
Designed by Jim Fletcher and sculpted by Sam Greenwell, these 9-inch PVC statues are stunners, capturing a character who too rarely gets her action figure due. Grab ‘em now!
X-23 looks beautiful and deadly in this new Marvel Bishoujo figure:
From KOTOBUKIYA, this Marvel figure is part of the Japanese line combining iconic American superheroes and villains with anime style. Wolverine clone X-23 has never looked better than she does here, standing (crouching) about 6 inches tall and posed with grace and drama, her smile belying the danger of her adamantium claws.
Sent to destroy Black Canary, WHITE CANARY is both woman and weapon. Sent by Lady Shiva, her Canary Cry is not the rallying shout feared by villains, but a devastating attack on the Birds of Prey!
Standing about 9 inches high and crafted in PVC, the figure is packaged in a 4-colour window box that makes it great for display, whether you take it out of the box or not.
Mystique is one of many Marvel femmes fatale, but she might just be the one with the most widespread appeal.
This Bishoujo figure makes it clear why.
KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! The popular Marvel Bishoujo collection (combining iconic superheroes and villains with traditional Japanese stylings) continues to bring you the amazing beauties of the Marvel Comics universe as you’ve never seen them before. Last time we saw the ninja warrior Elektra, and sneaking up behind her in the lineup is one of the most famous, and beautiful, mutants ever, MYSTIQUE! The mysterious blue-skinned mutant first appeared in the pages of Ms. Marvel in 1978, and ever since she’s been making waves. With the ability to shapeshift and mimic anyone, Mystique is incredibly powerful and dangerous. She puts her own interests above anyone else’s and at times has worked on the side of good as well as that of evil. Taking on her natural blue-skinned form, Mystique triumphantly appears in the Japanese Bishoujo (“pretty girl”) style based on an original character reinterpretation by renowned illustrator Shunya Yamashita.
A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import, this DC Comics Bishoujo figure captures Power Girl and gives her an anime-style twist.
Kotobukiya’s fine craftsmanship is apparent in the heroine’s powerful musculature and costume’s piping, not to mention the way both her cape and hair float in an unseen breeze. Of course, no statue would be complete without a Bishoujo-inspired face, and Power Girl’s is absolutely adorable as she gives you a big smile!
Standing nearly 9 inches tall (1/7 scale) on an exclusive display base, Power Girl was sculpted by Tsukada Takashi.