Purple is the color of royalty, and that couldn’t be more fitting in this case. Check out this Street Fighter Poison Bishoujo statue from Kotobukiya, the next installment in a series that’s found fans and garnered acclaim across the Pacific. She’s made out of PVC and is deadly, as illustrated by artist Shunya Yamashita.
This beautifully sculpted 1/7 scale statue can be displayed with either handcuffs or her whip in her right hand, on her own or with other Bishoujo statues based on Street Fighter characters. Add this to your cart easy-peasy by clicking on the image below.
We all know that DC would be nothing without its leading ladies. So what better way to celebrate their amazing legacy than with a line of gorgeous statues? New from Kotobukiya’s Japanese art-inspired line is the DC Comics Bishoujo Black Canary statue, a flurry of force that you better look out for.
This nine-inch PVC offering features an aesthetic based on a new character interpretation by Shunya Yamashita. She wears her trademark outfit with leather jacket and fishnets. We’ve got the formidable Raven, too, so make sure you pick up both!
This brand-new Kotobukiya Japanese import is absolutely to die for. We’re proud to introduce the gorgeous Batwoman designer bishoujo statue, rendered in exacting detail and with amazing aesthetic attention that will make it the centre of your collection. Check out Kate Kane from 2006’s 52 #7, next in the line of DC Comics superheroes and supervillains to be styled according to the Japanese bishoujo tradition.
Renowned illustrator Shunya Yamashita spearheaded the design of what would become this 10-inch-tall or 1/7 scale figure of the Bat Family’s most elegant member. Choose between her masked appearance with a wig of long tresses, or an unmasked look with short hair. Hand outstretched and holding her cape, Batwoman is outfitted in a black-and-deep-red-themed bodysuit, boots, utility belt, gloves and cape.
Snap up this beautiful statue while it’s available!
The gorgeous bishoujo series has been a hallmark of creativity for Kotobukiya since it debuted. Now, in a delightfully surprising twist of aesthetic inspiration for their “Freddy vs. Jason” set, Freddy Krueger from the legendary 1984 film offering A Nightmare on Elm Street is getting the bishoujo treatment. But it isn’t in the way you might expect — instead of the gnarled male antagonist seen on the silver screen, Freddy is re-imagined here as a sultry, buxom blonde lady. (I mean, it might have been a bit more entertaining to see a “sexy” dude version of Freddy, but never mind. I guess we’ll have to wait for that one.) She may look nonchalantly blissful, but the razor glove on her right hand shows that she means business.
Talented illustrator Shunya Yamashita and renowned sculptor Takaboku Busujima (Busujimax) are responsible for conceptualizing this horrific beauty, who stands on a “pool-of-blood” base and will look amazing next to the upcoming bishoujo Jason! She stands seven inches tall and is perfect for a chillingly lovely display.
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A Kotobukiya import, STORM looks great as the latest Bishoujo statue. Take a look:
On a whirlwind-shaped base, Storm stands an impressive 12 inches tall as she wields the power of lightning against a foe. This PVC statue figure is based on an original character design by Shunya Yamashita and the costume designed by David Cockrum. Definitely one for X-Men fans or collectors of the anime-inspired Marvel line!