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.
The powerfully beautiful Juri is next in line in Kotobukiya’s Street Fighter bishoujo series, after Cammy and Chun Li. In this nine-inch statue figure offering, she is an ethereal vision, but this doesn’t mean she isn’t one of the most cutthroat of warriors. Balanced on one foot with the other raised in anticipation of delivering a swift kick to anyone who may need it, Juri is strong and lovely.
She sports billowing trousers with cutout sections, a wide sash belt, unattached sleeves with fingerless gloves and her distinctive chest harness painted in complementing tones of black and royal purple. What stands out about this statue figure is its remarkable detail, from threading effects in her sash to rivets on her harness. Pick up this work by sculptor Masahiro Takahashi in accurate 1/7 scale today.
“Bishoujo” is an unofficial Japanese term for an attractive young lady, usually in her teens, and it’s well-known that anime and manga series use this aesthetic to give their female protagonists a timeless, innocent look. It’s far from realistic, but that’s kind of the point, isn’t it? Juri from Street Fighter is one of the latest figurines to be rendered using this type of visual. Her image is curvaceously formed and dynamic, as she holds one leg in the air in a jaunt that can be interpreted as both battle-ready and playful.
Made by Kotobukiya, standing an above-average nine inches tall, and comprising the third installment in their Bishoujo series after Cammy and Chun Li, Juri is both gorgeous and powerful. Sculpted by Masahiro Takahashi (Gill Gill) in her trademark shades of bright violet and midnight black, she comes replete with her distinct battle harness while cheekily sticking her tongue out at you. She’s perfect for display next to your other Street Fighter figures and is available for preorder now, shipping out in May of next year.
The memorable heroine from the Capcom game is the third in Kotobukiya’s Bishoujo series.
Here is something to start you off this Monday…..enjoy…kiddies!
Chun Li is captured mid-kick, finishing off an unseen opponent with one of her signature moves from the Street Fighter video games. She rests solely on her right foot, her body bent at a nearly 90 degree angle while her left foot extends high into the air. The fighter wears her iconic blue outfit based on the traditional Chinese qipao with yellow piping and designs along with brown tights, white combat boots, and her trademark spiked bracelets. Not only does her intricately sculpted clothing move along with her body to create the illusion of motion, but also the ribbons tied around her “ox horns” hairstyle. The sculpted and painted details on Chun Li’s outfit and lithe musculature is perfect, a perfect representation of the high quality you’ve come to expect from Kotobukiya. Even the fighter’s face, smoothly combining the intense focus of the moment with traditional Bishoujo beauty, is captivating and eye-catching.
Chun Li stands nearly 8 inches tall (1/7 scale) on a specially designed display base. Instantly recognizable in your collection, the fighter looks great next to other Bishoujo statues including more upcoming Street Fighter members like Cammy!
That outfit! That hair! It could only be Street Fighter’s GUILE, the latest addition to Play Arts’ Street Fighter collection and part of the Kai Series of super-articulated figures. Take a look:
At 8 inches tall, this Guile figure makes an awesome display piece or an addition to your Super Street Fighter IV diorama (we assume you’re working on one). He comes with some alternate hands and an alternate head and features some awesome game-accurate detail– including the super-sweet American flag tattoo.
AKUMA is the latest Street Fighter to join the action figure pantheon. A big, brutal fighter with the kind of face tattoos you usually see on the baddest boxers. He comes with alternate hands and an alternate head, depending on whether you want him “angry” or “insanely angry” (we suggest the latter).
At about 8 inches tall, he’s proportioned to take on the other figures in the Street Fighter Collection–especially those shrimpy little 3.75-inchers. Grab him now~!