A Kotobukiya Japanese import! The Marvel Bishoujo collection, bringing you new interpretations of familiar superheroes and villains, continues with the perpetually youthful mutant and sidekick to Wolverine, Jubilee! First appearing in the pages of X-Men in 1989, Jubilation Lee was an orphan and runaway living in a mall when she ran into fellow mutant shoppers Dazzler, Psylocke, Rogue, and Storm. Following them to their base, the teen eventually signed on with the X-Men officially, becoming the youngest member and using her unique pyrotechnic powers to help save the day for decades until she became depowered (and subsequently a vampire). Jubilee’s most iconic look is now captured in a fantastic Bishoujo statue based on a new illustration by master artist Shunya Yamashita!
An awesome product of the late ‘80s, Jubilee was a spunky young girl with a loud sense of style, and all of that resonated with the fans and will again with this hot new statue. Jubilee stands a rocking pose, legs apart for balance and leaning slightly as she raises an arm into the air in preparation for unleashing a fiery display of plasmoids! The young mutant wears a hot update on her classic costume complete with blue high tops, jean short shorts with X logo belt, pink tube top, bright yellow jacket, and shredded black gloves. Jubilee accessorizes that ensemble with an X pin on her chest, choker, and pink sunglasses perched on her head. All of those details, as well as the heroine’s beautiful Bishoujo-styled face, are intricately sculpted and painted and look great on her!
Sculpted by Gotaro Takeuchi (Atelier Bamboo), Jubilee stands in 1/7 scale as she unleashes her mutant powers from the safety of your shelf. Add this rad young heroine to your Marvel Bishoujo Statue collection from Kotobukiya!
- Includes a special set of interchangeable techno glasses.
Available January 2015
A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! Marvel Comics is the next great property to get Kotobukiya’s ARTFX+ statue treatment, and so of course the first series is none other than the Avengers, specifically the characters as they appear in 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. The latest Avenger to join the team is IRON MAN, who completes the lineup of Earth’s defenders with his previously released allies Hulk, Black Widow, Captain America, Hawkeye, and Thor!
Available December 2014.
A Kotobukiya Japanese import! Created exclusively for Summer Wonder Festival 2014 this latest version of the Rage of Bahamut Dark Angel Olivia sports a brand new twin tails hair-sculpt and a re-engineered paint application. Standing nearly 11 ½ inches (1/8 scale) on top of a unique environmental crystal display base, Dark Angel Olivia was sculpted by master artisan Koei Matsumoto and is the perfect companion for the highly sought-after first release of Olivia.
A very limited number of the Dark Angel Olivia Twin Tails Version statue will be available for pre-order.
Kotobukiya proudly presents the WONDER WOMAN ARTFX statue, based on the DC COMICS character as envisioned by Jim Lee!
- Wonder Woman stands ready for battle in a dynamic pose, ready to spring into action at a moments notice.
- The Amazonian warrior stands 30 cm (nearly 12 inches) tall i n 1/6 scale.
- Included is a logo themed base, displaying Wonder Woman’s logo. (not shown in this current prototype stage)
- While Wonder Woman looks great on her own, she look s even better standing alongside the Superman For Tomorrow and Batman Black ver. ARTFX statues!
Available December 2014
You’ve never seen your favorite horror movie icons like this! Kotobukiya brings a bold new direction to their popular series of Bishoujo Statues with the Freddy vs. Jason pair up, and following after Freddy is a new character interpretation by Shunya Yamashita of the slasher Jason Voorhees!
The Friday the 13th series began in 1980 with murders at Camp Crystal Lake, though it wasn’t until the sequel that Jason put on the famous mask and took matters into his own hands. Through successive sequels Voorhees would leave a trail of bodies from Crystal Lake to Manhattan, hell, and even the future before coming into conflict with Krueger in Freddy vs. Jason. Yamashita and Kotobukiya’s version of the slasher takes its inspiration from Jason’s on screen look but mixes in a beautiful girl in the bishoujo style. Voorhees stands in a relaxed pose in her tattered pants, top, and jacket with the iconic machete in one hand and an axe held over her shoulder. The scraps of her clothing reveal quite a bit of skin and her muscular physique, while her cute face is partly obscured by the nightmarish hockey mask strapped to the side of her head!
Sculpted by Takaboku Busujima (Busujimax), Jason stands over 8 ½ inches tall (1/7 scale). She’s a totally unique addition for your collection, and the perfect companion to the Freddy Krueger Bishoujo Statue!
Available November 2014
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A Kotobukiya Japanese import! While the Marvel Now Avengers series of ARTFX+ statues continues this year, Kotobukiya is taking a break from that line to capture this summer’s biggest movie star, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Rocket Raccoon! Rocket, a highly intelligent alien creature that resembles an anthropomorphic Earth raccoon, first debuted in Marvel Previews #7 way back in 1976 and has been a mainstay in the company’s “cosmic” books for years. On August 1st he will hit the big screen (voiced by Bradley Cooper) alongside Star-Lord, Groot, and the rest of his pals in the blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy film!
Rocket Raccoon is all business as he holds up an enormous futuristic cannon, carried into battle on the shoulder of his friend and ally Groot! The small but tough as nails creature stands on his hind legs, resting one clawed hand on Groot’s head while prepared to level his intimidating heavy weapon at any enemies who may still be standing. Rocket wears a slick orange and black spacesuit that contrasts nicely with his intricately sculpted brown fur, and the tree branch texture of his friend adds yet another element to this fantastic presentation. With his teeth bared in animalistic fury, the little Guardian of the Galaxy looks like he’s ready to leap off Groot and directly into the action!
Sculpted by Junnosuke Abe (RESTORE), Rocket Raccoon brandishes his sci-fi weapon as he stands on Groot’s shoulder. A snarling raccoon in a spacesuit holding a big gun and standing on the shoulders of a tree man, this ARTFX+ Statue is guaranteed to be a centerpiece in your collection!
Available September 2014.
Kotobukiya’s amazing X-Men Danger Room Sessions Fine Art Statue series is back! We’ve seen a variety of mutant heroes and even Magneto battling the holographic dangers in the X-Men training facility, and the latest character to come crashing in is the Juggernaut! Cain Marko was a bully as a child and had destiny forced upon him when he met his step-brother Charles Xavier. The two would later serve together in the US Army in Korea where Marko found an ancient temple devoted to the demon Cyttorak. Finding a giant ruby and reading a magical inscription, the man was mystically transformed into the powerful, unstoppable Juggernaut! Cain has spent most of his career as a villain, but (although not a mutant) has also served heroically alongside the X-Men; it was during those times that he had access to the Danger Room. Ever since the early days of Marvel Comics’ mutant adventures, “X” teams have trained together in the ultra high tech facility known as the Danger Room, equipped with state of the art adaptive combat and athletics routines that challenge each participant in unique ways. The training facility has been featured prominently in X-Men comics over the years, as well as in various cartoons and the third X-Men film.
An immense mass of muscle and fury rivalling even the Hulk, the Juggernaut crashes across the simulated Danger Room battlefield destroying everything in his way. Marko wears his iconic classic costume, a unique outfit consisting of a brown sleeveless jumpsuit with a purple belt and boots. Matching brown bands wrap his arms and hands, while on his head he wears the immediately recognizable Juggernaut helmet! The beefy villain has one huge foot planted in front of the other, bending forward at the waist with a fist raised in defiance of his opposition. Every muscle and sinew covering the Juggernaut’s beyond ripped body is sculpted to perfection, along with his costume stretched taught over it. Meanwhile, the look on Marko’s face through his helmet perfectly captures the character’s rage and ferocity!
Sculpted by Danger Room veteran Erick Sosa, Juggernaut stands in 1/6th scale along with the other “Sessions” members like Psylocke, Wolverine, Colossus, and Cyclops. Also like them, Cain Marko stands on a unique Danger Room holographic environment; this one replicates the X-Mansion itself complete with the smashed seal of Charles Xavier’s Institute ground beneath his feet. Whether you’re collecting the Danger Room Sessions statues or are a fan of Juggernaut, this Fine Art Statue is the definitive representation of the character!
A Kotobukiya Japanese import! Coming up next in the DC Comics Bishoujo Collection (combining DC’s superheroines and villains with traditional Japanese stylings) is a brand new version of the Amazonian princess and member of DC’s “Trinity,” Armored Wonder Woman! Since her comic book debut in 1941, Princess Diana has been an icon of female power, intelligence, and grace. Arriving in “man’s world” from the Amazonian island home of Themyscira, Diana donned a red, white and blue costume to protect the world as Wonder Woman! The timeless character returns to the Japanese Bishoujo (pretty girl) style in a new armored look inspired by Japan’s renowned illustrator Shunya Yamashita.
Wonder Woman explodes into action like never before in this dynamic statue that truly combines the character’s beauty with her tough spirit. The Amazonian is frozen in action, leaning back on one foot while simultaneously deflecting attacks with her magical bracelets! Ever the confident warrior, Diana doesn’t flinch under the unseen barrage but keeps her wits about her with a stoic expression on her Bishoujo-style face. Wonder Woman is clad in a reinforced version of her iconic outfit complete with metallic red and gold top decorated with an eagle, large gold belt, star-spangled blue and white skirt, knee-high red, white, and gold boots, and a matching red cape with gold edges. Of course, no depiction of the warrior woman would be complete without her silver bracelets, the magical lasso at her waist, and the tiara on her forehead! You can even display Wonder Woman in two ways: defending herself as usual with her fists clenched or holding a dagger so she can go on the offensive.
Constructed of high-quality pvc plastic and standing nearly 9 ½ inches tall (in the ultimate 1/7 scale) on her exclusive display base, Wonder Woman was sculpted by Cigua. Display the warrior princess on her own or together with other DC Bishoujo statues like Supergirl, Batgirl, or the Huntress!
Available May 2014.
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Marvel Comics is the next great property to get Kotobukiya’s ARTFX+ statue treatment, and so of course the first series is none other than the Avengers, specifically the characters as they appear in 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. For the very first Avengers ARTFX+ release… well, he’s big, he’s green, and he’s always angry… it’s the Hulk!
Bruce Banner was a scientist studying the effects of gamma radiation when he was caught in an explosion. Rather than destroy him the energies transformed him into the massive green-skinned Hulk! The Avenger stands in a classic comic book pose, angled to the side and leaning forward with his arms outstretched. The Hulk has his leading hand open as though to taunt his enemies, though his right hand behind him is balled into a fist to deliver a mighty blow! The Hulk is fantastically detailed with intricate musculature down to his sinews and veins, and the harsh grimace on his face shows off the rage he can’t keep bottled up in battle. Banner’s alter ego wears his traditional tattered purple pants (no Hulk would be complete without them), and his skin is expertly painted with varying shades of green.
The massive Hulk stands just barely under 10 inches tall (in the ARTFX+ 1/10th scale) on his included magnetic display base. Hulk will be joined by his fellow Avengers with upcoming releases Hawkeye, Black Widow, Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor, so get him to begin your collection!
Available March 2014.
X-Force cannot be stopped! The incredible Fine Art Statue line has captured members X-23, Warpath, Deadpool, Archangel, and Wolverine, and now it expands to include the telepathic mutant ninja and current leader of Uncanny X-Force, Psylocke! Once a British woman with minor mutant powers, Elizabeth “Betsy” Braddock’s mind was transferred into the body of a ninja giving her additional martial arts prowess. A long-time member of the X-Men, Psylocke more recently joined up with the brutal mutant hit squad X-Force, comprised of mutants willing to do anything to get the job done and protect the world. Psylocke fit right in, using her awesome powers and debuting a cool monochrome costume.
The deadly telepathic mutant stands on a ruined battlefield, focused intently on her enemies and ready to attack! Psylocke balances with her feet spread wide, gripping the broken pillar beneath her with her Japanese tabi-style boots. She leans forward with one katana held in a low guard position before her, her other hand poised behind her to strike. You can see the ninja training at work in Psylocke’s perfectly held pose, with just the floating of her long purple hair and sash to show that the world is affecting her. The powerful mutant wears her distinctive X-Force outfit consisting of a sleek black skin-tight costume, thigh high boots, long fingerless gloves, and unique straps around her upper arms and legs plus a white sash belt decorated with the red and black X-Force symbol. As beautiful as she is deadly, Betsy’s likeness is spot on and conveys her otherworldy grace. As an added bonus, interchangeable parts let you display Psylocke with a second katana in her left hand or the swirling purple energy of her psychic knife!
Sculpted by Erick Sosa, Psylocke stands over 10 inches tall on her georama base in 1/6th scale with the other X-Force Fine Art Statues. Get her while you can before this psychic ninja disappears!
Available April 2014.
Kotobukiya’s line of DC Comics “New 52” ARTFX+ Statues continues after the mighty Shazam and Black Adam with one of the most popular female characters in all of comics, Supergirl! Another Kryptonian crash landed on Earth, Kara Zor-El wakes up in Siberia not realizing that she’s on a different planet or that her homeworld has been destroyed. Initially distrustful of humanity and of her cousin Kal-El, Supergirl nevertheless learned to embrace her new home and its residents, becoming a hero and using her incredible Kryptonian abilities against Worldkillers, Black Banshee, and more!
A youthful and innocent heroine, Supergirl is constantly learning about the new world around her as well as her own new powers under the Earth’s yellow sun. In this fantastic new presentation she’s ready to take on anyone who tries to control her, standing proud and defiant in the face of any danger! Her strength is matched with her femininity as she poses with one leg slightly bent at the knee and one hand at her waist while the other is balled into a fist and held at the ready. Turned slightly, Supergirl regards you with all the focus of her attention, her perfectly sculpted face framed by her beautiful blonde hair. The Kryptonian’s distinctive New 52 costume is recreated with extreme attention to detail and includes the unique thigh high boots with exposed knees, half-body suit in gleaming metallic colors, and calf-length cape. The statue’s paint highlights all of the great details with bright, vivid colors exemplified by the “S” shield on her chest.
Supergirl stands just over 7 ½ inches tall (in the ARTFX+ 1/10th scale) atop her included display base with magnets in her feet for added stability. The powerful young hero looks great displayed all by herself, and she’s a perfect addition to the previous New 52 Justice League series!
Available January 2014.
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Pending Licensor Approval.
A Kotobukiya Japanese import! The incredible Bishoujo statues from Kotobukiya have brought you everything from superheroines to Tekken fighters, and now the long-awaited line of Street Fighter members is finally here with the one, the only, Chun Li! One of the bestselling video game franchises of all time, Street Fighter first debuted in 1987 with its unique blend of one on one combat and international characters (and fighting styles). The beautiful and fierce Chun Li first appeared in 1991’s Street Fighter II and has since gone on to become one of the most popular and recognizable characters from the series. A Chinese fighter and an undercover Interpol agent, she exemplifies justice and honorable martial arts. Chun Li is presented in a brand new Bishoujo Statue based on a new illustration by master Japanese illustrator Shunya Yamashita.
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!
Available January 2014.
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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! One of the highlights of the line is the inclusion great army builders (in addition to famous heroes and villains) like the previously released Stormtroopers. Up next is a character chosen as part of a fan poll at Star Wars Celebration VI in a double dose of the specialized Imperial troopers designed for maneuvers in desert conditions, the Sandtrooper Squad Leader Two Pack and Sandtrooper Sergeant.
ARTFX+ Statues are fun-to-assemble pre-painted snap-fit kits that can be easily put together in seconds without glue or modeling skill. The Sandtrooper Squad Leaders stand 7 inches tall (1/10th scale) and are perfect back up for the Sandtrooper Sergeant!
Available January 2014.
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A Kotobukiya Japanese import! The Marvel Bishoujo collection continues with a brand new version of the mysterious and beautiful telepathic mutant ninja, Psylocke X-Force Ninja Outfit Ver! Once a British woman with minor mutant powers, Elizabeth “Betsy” Braddock’s mind was transferred into the body of a ninja giving her additional martial arts prowess. A long-time member of the X-Men, Psylocke more recently joined up with the brutal mutant hit squad X-Force, comprised of mutants willing to do anything to get the job done and protect the world. Psylocke fit right in, using her awesome powers and debuting a cool monochrome costume. Based on a new illustration by master artist Shunya Yamashita, Psylocke has never looked better with her X-Force outfit and adorable Bishoujo styled face! The deadly telepathic mutant crouches low with one leg in full extension, ready to leap into battle! Psylocke rests on one hand while the other holds her katana at the ready. She’s never looked better in her X-Force outfit consisting of a sleek black skin-tight costume, thigh high boots, long fingerless gloves, and unique straps around her upper arms and legs. All of that is offset with a white belt decorated with the red and black X-Force symbol, and the tied off sash waves with unseen wind along with Psylocke’s trademark purple hair! The dynamic mutant has a striking Bishoujo-styled face that combines her beauty with deadly focus. Sculpted by Busujimax (Takaboku Busujima), the new X-Force Psylocke reaches 8 inches high (1/7 scale) in her dynamic pose. A fantastic addition to any Bishoujo Statue or X-Force collection, this Psylocke is not to be missed!
A Kotobukiya Japanese import! Following the recent releases of classic DC Comics characters in the full size ARTFX Statue scale (including Batman Black Costume and The Joker), Kotobukiya returns to the Man of Steel himself for a special presentation portraying an iconic appearance: Superman For Tomorrow! In the 2004-2005 twelve issue story arc written by Brian Azzarello, Superman faced some of his most difficult times as he investigated the worldwide Vanishing, dealt with an alternate reality Earth, and faced off against mysterious villains. “For Tomorrow” is most famous for its incredible artwork by DC superstar Jim Lee, and that is the inspiration for this all new statue.
Superman stands in one of his most iconic heroic poses, standing tall with legs apart and hands balled into fists at his sides. The Man of Steel is vigilant for any threats, his head angled to the side as his enormous cape flows dramatically in the wind behind him. Superman has never looked better thanks to the highly detailed sculpt that displays his powerful physique as well as the distinctive elements of his costume, from the intricately defined muscles of his torso, arms, and legs to the creases in his boots, the subtle belt, and of course all of the movement and texture of the cape. “Big Blue” is resplendent in blue, red, and yellow, capturing the look and feel of his traditional costume. Befitting the serious tone of For Tomorrow, Superman’s angular Jim Lee artwork-inspired face captures his incredible intensity and focus while still including the required spit curl and flowing black hair.
Sculpted by Kouei Matsumoto (who also sculpted the Batman Black Costume ARTFX), Superman stands nearly 12 inches tall in the ARTFX 1/6th scale. An absolute must for any fan of DC Comics and the greatest superhero of all time, Superman For Tomorrow is the new definitive statue and will look amazing on your shelf by himself or alongside other Kotobukiya ARTFX releases.
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A Kotobukiya Japanese import! Kotobukiya has created several fantastic ARTFX Statues based on DC Comics characters, but there haven’t been any from the current “New 52” relaunch… until now. Slade Wilson was a member of the United States Army chosen for advanced training due to his peak physical condition and strength of will. He was also experimented on by the very same government he fought for, and with the enhancements they gave him became a mercenary and assassin. As one of the most dangerous men in the world he goes by the name of Deathstroke! Appearing in his own comic as part of DC’s New 52, the character was re-introduced to the world with an updated costume but the same hardcore attitude and superhuman weapons mastery.
A powerful addition to the DC ARTFX lineup, Deathstroke is captured in a fierce martial arts stance. The Terminator wears his unique New 52 style armor with a sleek bodysuit, built in boots, a sturdy utility belt, textured mail-like armored torso, and heavy shoulder harness. His pose is a partial lunge while he holds his sword in a two-handed guard position, as ever aimed at his enemies so he can cut them to pieces! All of the elements of Deathstroke’s armor are expertly sculpted from his spiked boots to his fearsome skull-like helmet and everything in between, while the detailed paint applications show off his traditional blue and orange color scheme. As an added bonus, Slade’s removable faceplate is attached via magnet so you can display him in his fully armored look or unmasked to reveal his scowling countenance and eye-patch!
Sculpted by Junosuke Abe, Deathstroke stands nearly 12 inches tall (in the ARTFX 1/6th scale) on a special display base. Slade Wilson is the perfect villain/antihero to add to your collection, and he looks great displayed alongside previous DC ARTFX Statues like Batman Black Costume or future New 52 releases!
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A Kotobukiya Japanese import! The incredible Star Wars ARTFX+ lineup has already featured some of the most iconic heroes and villains from the Star Wars films, and now it returns to the final prequel to present the Supreme Commander of the Separatist droid army, General Grievous! A powerful alien cyborg with multiple arms and a mastery of the lightsaber, Grievous is one of the greatest threats the Jedi and the Republic have ever faced.
A vicious alien warlord made even more powerful by a cyborg body, General Grievous appears in full attack mode, advancing forward with his body hunched over and stolen Jedi lightsabers extended at his sides. Just like in Revenge of the Sith, this version of the Droid Commander has lots of tricks up his sleeves. Alternate parts let you display him with either two arms or four, and in either version he can also wear his long, flowing cape! Grievous’ cyborg body is intricately detailed in all of its skeleton-like glory, and his cruel eyes leer at you from within his skull shaped head. Like other ARTFX+ statues the commander has magnets in his feet for extra stability on his included display base.
ARTFX+ Statues are fun-to-assemble pre-painted snap-fit kits that can be easily put together in seconds without glue or modeling skill. General Grievous stands over 6 ½ inches tall (1/10th scale) and looks great displayed alongside other Star Wars statues!
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A Kotobukiya Japanese import! This summer marks the big screen return of DC Comics’ Superman in Man of Steel, directed by Zack Snyder and produced by Christopher Nolan of the Batman franchise. Promising a brand new vision of the iconic superhero, the film stars Henry Cavill as the Man of Steel complete with an incredible redesigned costume that updates the traditional red, blue, and yellow. Kotobukiya is proud to present an all-new ARTFX statue to tie in with the upcoming blockbuster, Man of Steel’s Superman! While we won’t know the full extent of Snyder’s new take on Superman until the film releases this summer, it’s clear from the trailers and promotional images that it’s going to be big and action-packed. Kotobukiya’s Man of Steel statue captures the energy and power of the film’s hero in a fantastic new presentation. Superman stands in a powerful pose straight out of the movie’s trailers, half crouching with his arms curled and fists clenched. The Kryptonian is coiled and ready to spring into action, muscles taught beneath his suit… and what a suit it is! The Man of Steel film version of the iconic Superman costume combines the traditional comic book elements with futuristic materials and textures, melding it together into a sleek outfit that looks really cool. Expertly recreated for this statue, the hero’s suit is intricately sculpted to capture all of the subtle textures as well as the bold elements like the chest logo, boots, and piping effects. Equally impressive is the lifelike Henry Cavill as Superman head sculpt, powerful, serious, and otherworldly. Last but not least, this statue debuts a Kotobukiya first: a poseable cape that can be shaped and molded into nearly any position, allowing for a dynamic personalization of your display! Sculpted by RESTORE (Shinya Yamaoka), Superman stands over 10 ½ inches tall (1/6th scale) crouched over a special display base that incorporates the iconic “S” shield. This pre-painted, snap-fit ARTFX Statue is easy to assemble so you can have your Superman on display in no time. Arriving later this year just after the release of the film, this statue is the perfect way to celebrate Man of Steel and the greatest superhero of all time!
Available September 2013.
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A Kotobukiya Japanese import! This summer one of the most popular Marvel franchises returns to the silver screen – Iron Man 3. Joining the previously announced Iron Man Mark 42 ARTFX statue is none other than War Machine!
Colonel James “Rhodey” Rhodes is one of Tony Stark’s most trusted friends and has been by his side through thick and thin. Upon one fateful evening requiring him to don the Mark II armor events would ultimately unfold creating the JRXL-1000 Variable Threat Response Battle Suit or War Machine for short. Outfitted with the latest ballistic weaponry systems by the U.S. government, War Machine is a true juggernaut of offensive and defensive capabilities.
Using character model assets directly from the Iron Man 3 film War Machine is captured in mid-flight at 15 inches tall (1/6th scale) surveying the twisted metal remains of an industrial complex. This fully painted and detailed ARTFX statue assembles in minutes so you can have the armored avenger on display in no time. Arriving this fall the War Machine ARTFX statue makes the perfect companion piece to the upcoming Iron Man Mark 42 ARTFX statue!
Available October 2013.
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A Kotobukiya Japanese import! Kotobukiya’s line of DC Comics ARTFX+ Statues continues, capturing the look and costumes of DC Comics Super Heroes and villains. Following up on the Justice League comes one of Batman’s most popular antagonists (and sometimes partner), Catwoman!
Stealing the limelight in her skin-tight leather jumpsuit and carrying her trademark whip and claws, Catwoman stands in a relaxed pose, yet is light on her feet, ready to either fight or flee as the situation requires. Selina Kyle’s first appearance in the ARTFX+ lineup captures her classic look perfectly. The details on Catwoman are exceptional from the intricate folds and seams on her costume to the small touches like the zipper, boot buckles, whip, and claws. Kotobukiya’s unique take on Catwoman features a reflective sheen to her black cat-suit, with her fully painted features visible through her goggles.
Standing nearly 8 inches tall (in the ARTFX+ 1/10th scale), Catwoman was sculpted by master artist Goutaro Takeuchi (Atelier Bamboo), who previously sculpted the DC Comics New 52 Justice League ARTFX+ statues. Like the other DC ARTFX+ Statues, Catwoman has magnets in her feet for perfect stability on the included base, and she’ll look great displayed on your shelf by herself or alongside other DC ARTFX+ statues.
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