CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR MOVIE ARTFX+ STATUES CAPTAIN AMERICA & IRON MAN It’s hero vs. hero as Kotobukiya’s hit Marvel ARTFX+ series returns to the big screen with the upcoming mega-blockbuster Captain America: Civil War. Two mighty characters headline the new collection starting with the star-spangled hero CAPTAIN AMERICA and a brand new armor suit, the IRON MAN MARK 46!
Fighting for freedom and his friends, Captain America (portrayed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe by Chris Evans) heads into battle fearlessly even against his one-time ally and fellow Avenger Iron Man. The pinnacle of human ability thanks to the Super Soldier Serum created by Abraham Erskine, Captain America charges forward in his distinctive uniform, his shield leading the way and one fist cocked and ready to strike for justice. Steve Rogers looks like he stepped right off the screen with an incredibly accurate sculpt capturing all of the intricate details of his patriotic red, white, and blue costume including the reinforced armor, straps, buckles, boots, gloves, and of course the “A” mask with chinstrap. And while the colors on his costume are muted his iconic shield is bright with metallic paint and will immediately catch your eye in your Marvel collection.
Meanwhile, the latest creation of Tony Stark (portrayed as always by Robert Downey Jr.) is the Iron Man Mark 46. It incorporates all of the brilliant inventor’s cutting edge innovations, though it’s sadly brought to a conflict with fellow superhero Captain America. This brand new Iron Man suit is a perfect replica of the one you’ll see in the film, and it’s captured in a super cool battle pose as the Armored Avenger lunges forward and steadies his right arm for a repulsor ray blast! A direct descendent of previous suits like the Mark 43, the Mark 46 suit is a sleek war machine with interlocking armor plates, tons of technological details, and of course the awesome chest-mounted arc reactor and trademark faceplate. Of course, all of that is presented in gleaming red and gold with additional silver accents. Sculpted by the same master artist responsible for many of the Marvel ARTFX+ statues, Junnosuke Abe (RESTORE), Captain America and Iron Man each stand just over 7 inches tall (in the ARTFX+ 1/10th scale). Both heroes charge dynamically across a cracked and broken concrete battleground, and while each Captain America: Civil War ARTFX+ Statue is an incredible display piece on its own, they’re even better together as their bases join to create an amazing battle scene!
The Marvel Bishoujo collection, bringing you new interpretations of familiar superheroes and villains, returns with one of the most popular characters to debut in the last few years, SPIDER-GWEN! On a parallel Earth it was Gwendolyne “Gwen” Stacy, not Peter Parker, who was bitten by a radioactive spider and given superpowers, and in turn she became a heroine first named Spider-Woman but better known as Spider-Gwen. She has all of the same abilities as Earth-616’s Spider-Man but with her own flair and a costume that instantly made her a hit. Kotobukiya brings you that fantastic design in a Bishoujo Statue based on a new character interpretation by Japanese illustrator Shunya Yamashita! The web-slinging hero of her world, Spider-Gwen is captured in the middle of the action as she swings through the air. The daring heroine comes in for a landing on one outstretched leg while she reaches out to launch a new web from her left hand in the classic web shooter pose. Gwen wears her immediately recognizable costume, the amazing black, white, and pink skintight bodysuit with web designs on her arms and torso along with bright blue footwear. Best of all, you have two very different options for displaying Spider-Gwen thanks to included interchangeable parts.
Use the hooded head to keep her identity secret behind the sleek pink and white mask or choose the bare-headed look to show off Gwen’s beautiful Bishoujo-styled smiling face and long blonde hair! Spider-Gwen stands 8 ¾ inches tall (1/7 scale) on a specially designed display base. Get the hottest new arachnid-inspired heroine for your collection before Spider-Gwen swings away!
Kotobukiya’s lineup of statues based on the superheroes and villains of DC Comics continues to grow with the addition of one of the greatest comic book villains ever, the JOKER! Capturing the character’s iconic look from the New 52, Joker arrives to torment the previously released series of “Batman Family” heroes like Batman, Batgirl, Nightwing, Robin, and Red Hood. The Caped Crusader’s archenemy first appeared in comics way back in 1940 and got a very interesting update in the New 52 with a startling appearance and wicked plans for Batman and his allies. Now the Joker is back and more evil than ever in this highly detailed 1/10 scale statue! There’s no mistaking the gleeful insanity of the Joker and he shows it off as he leans forward, taunting the Batman with weapons in hand. The psychotic villain wears a snappy black suit with shiny black shoes, a dark gray shirt, black tie, and white gloves. His clothing shifts and creases in his exaggerated pose revealing a slim build and gangly limbs. Joker’s bleached white head is accented by his shockingly green hair and the horrific grin on his face with its beady eyes and mouthful of teeth. The Clown Prince of Crime brandishes a knife in front of him while hiding a pistol behind him. Joker stands just over 7 inches tall (1/10 scale) and like all ARTFX+ statues he has magnets in his feet for extra stability on his included display base. Bring this New 52 villain home for some crazy antics and the perfect contrast to your Batman Family ARTFX+ Statues!
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Combine the two ARTFX+ statues together at the base to replicate the epic battle everyone has been waiting for! The ARTFX+ Batman and Superman are sold separately so that they can also be displayed by themselves. As the Man of Steel swings his punches at Batman, Gotham’s vigilante guards himself with one arm, with his fist pulled back ready to strike at Superman. The 1/10 scale ARTFX+ Batman V Superman statues include all the intricate details at an easier to collect size. Don’t miss the chance to own the two most famous DC Comics heroes!
A Kotobukiya Japanese import! Star Wars ARTFX+ Statues bring you all of the quality and detailing that you expect from an ARTFX release in a great smaller scale perfect for collecting!
The shrouded Kylo Ren accompanies the First Order in their quest to control the galaxy. As he aids this campaign new information surfaces about the whereabouts of a Jedi Master that will lead him on a direct course to face his past. Display Kylo Ren with his hood up or down in 8 unique poses with the included action parts.
ARTFX+ Statues are fun-to-assemble pre-painted snap-fit kits that can be put together easily in seconds without glue or modeling skill. Kylo Ren is perfectly scaled (1/10) to the figures in the ARTFX+ line and comes with magnets in his feet for extra stability on the included metal display base. Display this Dark Force-wielder alongside other Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens figure kits from Kotobukiya!
Available July 2016.
A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! Frame Arms Girl is a new expansion of Kotobukiya’s Frame Arms series combining the customizability of those plastic model kits with the aesthetics of our Ani*Statues. Up next is another brand new feminine robot that really packs a punch, ARCHITECT! While standard Frame Arms robots are built around a basic, articulated internal skeleton, the Frame Arms Girls are actual robot Frames themselves capable of utilizing an astounding array of armor, weapons, and accessories. Architect takes the form of a real girl wearing a revealing gray and black outfit featuring plenty of attachment points for customization and display. Despite her robotic nature you’ll swear she’s flesh and blood with her slim physique, expressive blue eyes, and white hair with purple tips. The Frame Arms Girl consists of 200 pieces and features multiple points of articulation for a wide array of posing options. Her universal 3mm attachment points are fully compatible with parts from all Frame Arms units and Koto’s M.S.G. (Modeling Support Goods) series of support units as well as the Border Break robots. Sculpted by Yasunori Shimizu, Architect stands just under 6 inches tall and comes with unique robot parts like exoskeleton arms, claws, and drills. As always, the Frame Arms Girls work best together for even more customization options!
A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! Star Wars ARTFX+ Statues bring you all of the quality and detailing that you expect from an ARTFX release in a great smaller scale perfect for collecting! The Saga Collection has been highlighting the cool characters from the classic films, and now the line is expanding yet again to include all of the heroes and villains from the new films starting with Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. First up is a character who immediately grabbed the attention of the fans in early images, the chrome-armored CAPTAIN PHASMA! Brought to life by actress Gwendoline Christie, Phasma is a commanding officer in the First Order approximately three decades after the Battle of Endor and the death of Emperor Palpatine. Ready to lead her troops into battle and crush the Rebellion, Captain Phasma looks amazing. Like the Stormtroopers under her command she is clad head to toe in heavy armor but while the standard soldiers wear black and white Phasma is resplendent in dark, reflective chrome armor with black accents. Her look is made even more fearsome with a long black cape with red trim hanging over her left shoulder. The Captain comes equipped with her signature blaster that matches her armor, and included with the statue are interchangeable arm parts so you can display her in two different poses!
ARTFX+ Statues are fun-to-assemble pre-painted snap-fit kits that can be put together easily in seconds without glue or modeling skill. Captain Phasma The Force Awakens Ver. stands nearly 8 inches tall (1/10th scale) with magnets in her feet for extra stability on the included metal display base. Start your First Order collection with Captain Phasma and get ready for more great figures on the way from The Force Awakens!
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Star Wars ARTFX+ Statues bring you all of the quality and detailing that you expect from an ARTFX release in a great smaller scale perfect for collecting! The Saga Collection has been highlighting the cool characters from the classic films, and now the line is expanding yet again to include all of the heroes and villains from the new films starting with Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. First up was Captain Phasma, and now you can get your hands on the troops she commands with the FIRST ORDER STORMTROOPER SINGLE PACK! The armored fist of the Imperial First Order, the Stormtrooper carries on the legacy of the soldiers seen in previous films with newly updated white armor and a sleek blaster at the ready. Fighting against the Rebellion three decades after the Battle of Endor and the Death of Emperor Palpatine, the First Order Stormtrooper is highly detailed and features a beautifully stark black and white color scheme that will stand out in your collection. The trooper even comes with three different shoulder pauldrons (black, white, and red) so you can customize your display!
ARTFX+ Statues are fun-to-assemble pre-painted snap-fit kits that can be put together easily in seconds without glue or modeling skill. The First Order Stormtrooper stands just over 7 inches tall (1/10th scale) with magnets in his feet for extra stability on the included metal display base. Collect an army of Stormtroopers and don’t forget the previously released Captain Phasma ARTFX+ figure to lead them!
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The latest elite Fine Art Statue in the Marvel Comics Presents Kotobukiya Collection adds a classic Avenger and royal hero with the mighty BLACK PANTHER! The most recent in a long line of chieftains of the Panther Clan, T’Challa is the leader of the African nation of Wakanda, and his connection to the Panther God has given him enhanced abilities which he uses to defend his nation and the world alongside the Avengers as the Black Panther. T’Challa is a brilliant scientist in addition to a superhero and has created many high-tech devices using the unique vibranium found in his home country. Now the feline-inspired hero has been immortalized in Fine Art Statue form, the definitive Black Panther collectible!
Lurking in the shadows and preparing to strike, Black Panther crouches on ancient ruins and keeps watch over his prey. The Avenger wears his iconic Wakandan vibranium costume, a sleek black bodysuit with integrated gloves, boots, and full mask plus a high collar and long cape. T’Challa watches intently through the menacing white eyes of his costume, and the outfit is accented with golden claws, belt, necklace of office, and feline-inspired armbands. Displaying the grace and patience of his namesake, Black Panther is tense and ready to attack with muscles taught and claws spread. The Avenger is intricately detailed with piping and creases on his costume, the subtle expression on his face through his mask, and of course his glorious flowing cape.
Black Panther is approx.12 inches tall (1/6 scale) crouched atop a beautiful georama display base of an ancient panther statue overgrown with foliage. Display this incredible version of T’Challa alone or alongside other Avengers Fine Art Statues from Kotobukiya!
Tony Stark’s hall of armors continues to grow with the latest incredible Iron Man suit ARTFX Statue from the Marvel Studios films. Following hot on the heels of the Mark 43 armor and blasting out of the blockbuster Avengers: Age of Ultron is the IRON MAN MARK 45! Robert Downey Jr.’s iconic Stark has been very busy in the last few Marvel Studios films, cranking out dozens of different armor designs for any eventuality. And after fierce battles and the removal of J.A.R.V.I.S. (now reconfigured into the Vision) from his systems, Iron Man debuted the Mark 45 for the final fight against the evil robot Ultron in Sokovia.
Throughout the Iron Man and Avengers film we’ve seen Tony Stark continue to modify and improve his armors, with Iron Man 3 really showing off the range of possibilities in purpose-built systems. In Avengers: Age of Ultron Iron Man returned to more classically-inspired looks with his armors, first the Mark 43 and now the Mark 45. While they may appear similar at first glance, the two successive armors have lots of differences. The “45” has a familiar shape with segmented armor panels, outer plating revealing technological details underneath, reinforced sections on the torso, shoulders, and thighs, and repulsor units for flight stabilization and energy blasts. This new Iron Man suit stands out from previous versions with an even sleeker form, new designs on the chest and forearm armor, an updated helmet with more expressive eyes, and a first-ever hexagonal Chest Repulsor Transmitter! Iron Man shows off all of these great details in a powerful presentation, standing at the ready with a wide stance and both hands angled to reveal the palm-mounted repulsors. Of course, no matter the upgrades the armor still shines in bright red and gold with additional accents in silver, black, and white.
Sculpted by M.I.C., Iron Man Mark 45 stands 12 inches tall (1/6th scale) on a special Avengers logo display base. No Iron Man collection would be complete without this ultimate expression of the armor from Avengers: Age of Ultron, and the Mark 45 looks fantastic alongside previous suits like the Mark 43!
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Mass Effect took the video game world by storm in 2007, giving players the chance to explore the galaxy as Commander Shepherd. The BioWare hit featured great sci-fi characters and action, spawning two massively popular sequels. Kotobukiya continues its line of Bishoujo statues from the Mass Effect series (after the alluring Liara T’soni and the female version of Commander Shepard) with the hauntingly beautiful TALI’ZORAH! You’ve never seen the Quarian Machinist look quite like this, based on a fantastic new character interpretation by master illustrator Shunya Yamashita.
Kotobukiya’s hit line of Marvel Comics Avengers ARTFX+ Statues paved the way for the next incredible comic-based series in this great scale, the X-Men of Marvel Now! In 2012 the comic book company relaunched several titles, shifting some characters into different books and updating some for a modern audience. More than anything, it provided a perfect jumping on point for new readers. Now the characters are brought to life as never before based on concept artwork by superstar artist Adi Granov, who was also responsible for the Avengers series. Joining previously released Cyclops, Emma Frost, and Magneto is the team’s teleporter and sorceress MAGIK!
Magik was introduced in Marvel Comics in 1975, but back then she was just Illyana Rasputin, the kid sister of Piotr Rasputin (better known as Colossus). Illyana is a mutant as well with the power to teleport herself and others. As if that wasn’t cool enough, she also became a powerful sorceress thanks to her connection to Limbo and wields the mighty Soulsword! Magik takes her place among Cyclops’ team of fearless X-Men with a stunning new look, standing at attention and letting her massive sword do the talking. She is posed dynamically with her feet spread apart, her hands laid on top of the pommel of her Soulsword stuck into the ground before her. The eldritch mutant wears a unique costume consisting of thigh high leather boots, short shorts, a halter top with armored shoulders, armbands, and gloves. Her highly detailed sculpt brings out all of the cool little elements of her clothing like the buckles on her footwear, the spikes and armored fingers of her left arm, and the shafts extending from hair. Magik’s costume is almost all black with silver accents and the red “X” on her shoulder, all of which contrasts nicely with her pale skin, blonde hair, and solid white eyes. Meanwhile, her Soulsword radiates with an intense yellow energy.
Sculpted by the same master artist who did the Marvel Now! Avengers series, Junosuke Abe, Magik stands over 7.5 inches tall (in the ARTFX+ 1/10th scale) on her included magnetic display base. Illyana and her Soulsword look great on their own and will be the perfect centerpiece to your Marvel Now X-Men collection!
Joining Kotobukiya’s hit Cu-Poche figure series is the beautiful resident deity and helper of Bell Cranel in Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon, HESTIA! Poseable and fun, each Cu-Poche figure features multiple points of articulation and magnets in its feet for extra stability on the included base or any metal surface. The part-time food stand worker and full time goddess is captured in the Cu-Poche style as a diminutive girl dressed in an adorable white dress with white gloves, a blue sash accent and necktie, and matching blue and white hair ties.
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Kotobukiya kicks off a brand new series of the popular Cu-Poche line of cute 4 ½ figures with a completely original character: ANNE! Poseable and fun, each Cu-Poche figure features multiple points of articulation and magnets in its feet for extra stability on the included base or other metal surface. Anne is a delightful young lady with huge blue eyes and shoulder-length dark red hair (with one unruly spike and a cute accessory), and comes “wearing” plain white undergarments beneath her real fabric pink and white lacy dress.
A Kotobukiya Japanese import! The Marvel Bishoujo collection, bringing you new interpretations of familiar superheroes and villains, adds Betty Ross to the lineup in her Red She-Hulk guise! Resurrected from death, Betty finds that she has also been subjected to a process that granted her superhuman physical power that transforms her in the behemoth known as Red She-Hulk.
Taking a moment to pose after a hard-fought victory, Red She-Hulk stands on a battered street flexing her considerable muscles. Red She-Hulk wears a form-fitting black body suit with purple striping that accentuates her out of this world physique, with matching boots and fingerless gloves. Powerful and deadly, Red She-Hulk is heavily muscled but still feminine and beautiful, a look perfected by this Bishoujo presentation. Red She-Hulk smiles at you with the fully confident that her power and beauty will guarantee a place in your collection!
Red She-Hulk stands just over 9 inches tall (1/7 scale) as she poses on her smashed street terrain base. There’s nothing to fear with this powerful red beauty on your shelf!
Limited to just 1500 pieces, an exclusive pre-order for non-attendees begins Friday, 6/26 at 10AM PST on kotous.com!
Available July 2015.
A Kotobukiya Japanese import! One of the most popular comic book Super Heroes in the business is back in a variation of his red and black costume, Deadpool! Formerly a member of the Weapon X program, the “Merc with a Mouth” is a longtime assassin for hire and independent agent who’s worked alongside just about every superhero and villain from the Avengers to X-Men and everything in between. Now the fourth wall-breaker invades your house, and this time he’s brought a chimichanga!
Created in 1991 by Fabian Nicieza and Rob Liefeld, Deadpool has never looked back and continues to appear in more and more books with his unique style and nonstop witty repartee, not to mention his trademark costume and extensive armory! Wilson makes a stunning debut in the ARTFX+ series as he crouches in preparation for the attack, drawing one of his swords from the sheaths on his back. This time Deadpool wears his iconic red and black costume with its abundance of straps, pouches, extra ammunition, spare weapons, pointy hood with his mask peeled back just enough to eat a chimichanga and display his scarred features, and of course his cute Deadpool logo belt buckle. In his low crouch the assassin leans forward with his other hand extended in front of him, and you can choose between interchangeable left hands that hold either a chimichanga or Headpool!
Sculpted by Junnosuke Abe, the same master craftsman behind the Marvel Now Avengers series, X-Force member Deadpool stands 6 inches tall (1/10th scale) in his deep crouch with perfect stability on his included magnetic display base. Deadpool is of course awesome all on his own, but he also works great with teams and looks fantastic alongside the Avengers and other upcoming Marvel ARTFX+ statues from Kotobukiya!
Pre-orders for non-attendees open now!
Available July 2015.
A Kotobukiya Japanese import! Though he wears no mask, and his outfit consists of a black suit and bow tie, Alfred Pennyworth has a long history and numbers among one of the most recognizable comic book characters from DC Comics classic stable of Super Heroes and villains.
Prior to following in his father’s footsteps and working for the Wayne family as a butler, Alfred Pennyworth had been both an actor and a soldier, later on working for MI-5, an impressive background that provided him with a wide range of skills and natural resourcefulness that would serve him well in raising the young Bruce Wayne to adulthood after the death of Thomas and Martha Wayne. Alternating between the roles of butler, mentor, and even father figure, Alfred has become indispensable to both Bruce Wayne and his alter-ego of Batman. Alfred is presented in his classic Butler suit, carrying a tray with a teapot and cup, always ready to attend to Mr. Wayne.
Sculpted by Keita Misonou, the Alfred Pennyworth SDCC Limited Edition ARTFX+ stands just under 8 inches tall (1/10th scale) and includes magnets in his feet for extra stability when placed on the Batman, Robin (Damian Wayne), Nightwing, or other ARTFX+ statue bases. Alfred is sure to be a sought after addition to any display of the ARTFX+ Batman Family!
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Kotobukiya’s hit line of Marvel Comics’ Avengers ARTFX+ Statues paved the way for the next incredible comic-based series in this great scale, the X-Men of Marvel Now! In 2012 the comic book company relaunched several titles, shifting some characters into different books and updating some for a modern audience. More than anything, it provided a perfect jumping on point for new readers. Now the characters are brought to life as never before based on concept artwork by superstar artist Adi Granov, who was also responsible for the Avengers series. Starting the X-Men off right is of course the team leader and longtime mutant champion, CYCLOPS!
Scott Summers was one of the original five teenaged X-Men who trained with Professor Xavier, and ever since he’s led X-Men as they fight for the survival of mutants everywhere. Cyclops was so named for his monocular ruby quartz visor that he flipped open to unleash powerful optic blasts against his opponents. In his Marvel Now! appearance, though, Summers has a bold new design and look. Following his interaction with the Phoenix Force in AvX (Avengers vs. X-Men) Cyclops wears a new, darker costume befitting his renegade status. The X-Man stands poised to unleash an optic blast at his enemies, stepping forward threateningly with his fists raised. His Marvel Now! look consists of a nearly full body dark suit with all sorts of cool details, a belt with X-symbol buckle and pouches, and more. Replacing the classic horizontal, rectangular visor is a striking new “X” across Cyclops’ face which looks amazing in this presentation!
Sculpted by the same master artist who did the Marvel Now! Avengers series, Junosuke Abe, Cyclops stands just under 8 inches tall (in the ARTFX+ 1/10th scale) on his included magnetic display base. Start your Marvel Now! X-Men collection with this champion of mutant rights and look for the rest of his team coming soon!
Release Date: October 2015
The 1/10th ARTFX+ statue format has been providing collectors with high quality, medium scale figures with top notch sculpts and affordable price tags, and the latest property to join the fun is none other than HALO. Of course, we couldn’t start this new lineup with anyone but the man, the myth, the legend, the MASTER CHIEF! Capturing John-117’s iconic green and gray armor with gold visor and assault rifle from the most recent Halo 4, the Master Chief adds several new innovations to the ARTFX+ format starting with its internal body and removable armor design; all of the outer pieces slide and/or snap into place over the techsuit body. Another first is the inclusion of limited articulation in the UNSC soldier for more posing options than the standard ARTFX+ statue! Sculpted by MIC, Master Chief stands nearly 8 1/2 inches tall (1/10th scale) and comes with magnets in his feet for added stability on his included metal display base. Be on the lookout for other interchangeable armor sets and ARTFX+ Halo statues coming soon from Kotobukiya!
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Available October 2015